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David Moore October 3, 2012 | WGVU A traveling exhibition on a very famous sunken ship moves to the Public Museum of Grand Rapids next February.
A traveling exhibition on the Titanic moves to Grand Rapids Public Museum next February after a successful run in Southeast Michigan.
But while wrecks like the Edmund Fitzgerald and the Titanic grab most of the headlines, America’s oceans and lakes are the final resting place for countless other doomed vessels, many of them in areas known as underwater preserves.
Today, WGVU’s David Moore chats with John Hanson, Co-chair of the West Michigan Underwater Preserve.
Wednesday Kent County voters face crucial library millage next week Grand Rapids MI July 30, 2014 | WGVU Kent County voters are facing two county wide millage proposals next week. One of them is a renewal and increase combination for the Kent District Library. ListenDownload U.S. economy gaining strength what could go wrong? July 30, 2014 | WGVU Friday, the government's July jobs report will be released. The June report showed the U.S. economy continues to gain strength. The Labor Department says hiring over the past five months is the strongest since the tech boom of the late 1990’s. In June, 288,000 jobs were added to the country’s workforce. With all the good news, what could possibly derail the expansion?
ListenDownload All-wood bat Michigan baseball league enjoys inaugural season July 30, 2014 | WGVU This year the Muskegon Clippers played its inaugural season at Marsh Field. The Clippers are members of the all-wood bat Michigan Summer Collegiate Baseball League made up of six teams from Holland, Grand Rapids and Detroit. ListenDownload