Up to date news and resources.

Below you'll find interviews we've done with local experts about how Ottawa county is handling the current situation, as well as what you can do to keep yourself, your family and your community safe. Keep listening to WGHN-FM 92.1 for continuous updates on how COVID-19 is affecting our community. Now is the time to listen to local radio more than ever.

During the stay-home order residents are required to stay at home except under certain circumstances. The order is in effect to contain the spread of COVID-19, as the disease does not always or immediately show symptoms in someone before they are transmitting it. This order is in effect until at least June 12th.

You may leave the house to: Attend legal proceedings for essential or emergency purposes | Care for a family member or their pet in another household | Care for vulnerable persons | Go to work if you are part of critical infrastructure workforce | Leave Michigan for a home or residence elsewhere | Outdoor activity, such as walking, hiking, running or cyclin | Perform tasks necessary to your health and safety, like going to the hospital or grocery store | Return home from outside of the state | Take care of any task required by law enforcement or court order | Travel between two residences in the state | Visit an individual under the care of a health care facility if permitted by that facility | Volunteer for businesses or operations that provide food, shelter and other necessities.

While out you are still required to wear a mask and to practice social distancing, staying at least six feet away from others.

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"Coast Guard Festival" with Commander MJ Smith

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"Honor System" Kristina Weighmink spokesperson for Ottawa County Department Of Public Health

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Sunday Morning Forum - "Voting in a Pandemic" with Justin Roebuck

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"A Viable Option" Jen VanSkiver of NOCHS

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"Haunting" Josh Bytwerk from Love In Action

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"Turning Point" Jen VanSkiver from NOCHS

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"Outdoors" Ron Olson Chief of Parks and Rec

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"The Surge" Jen VanSkiver of North Ottawa Community Health System

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"What to Expect" Jeremy Swiftney Executive Director at Grand Haven Main Street DDA

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"How Small Businesses Endure" Joy Gaasch of the Grand Haven Chamber of Commerce

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Grand Haven Mayor Bob Monetza 2

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Grand Haven city manager Pat McGinnis

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Andy Ingall of GHAPS

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Tod Coleman from the American Red Cross

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Grand Haven mayor Bob Monetza

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Josh Bytwerk from Love in Action

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Roger Morgenstern from Consumer's Energy

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Kristina Weighmink from the Ottawa County Health Department

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Representative Bill Huizenga