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Gov. Whitmer extends Stay At Home order through May 15th

At 11:00am today, Governor Whitmer declared that she is extending the ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ executive order through May 15th as a necessary means to slow the spread of COVID-19 and ultimately save lives.


Though the Governor decided to lengthen her executive order, several previous restrictions have been lifted.


Several components of the new order include:

  • Requiring individuals to wear cloth face coverings over their nose and mouth in any enclosed public spaces such as grocery stores and pharmacies
  • Employers must provide non-medical grade masks or face covering to their in-person employees

Several restrictions lifted in the new order include:

  • Lower risk sectors such as landscapers, lawn-service companies and plant nurseries may resume operations if strict social distancing and safety precautions are followed
  • Stores selling nonessential supplies can reopen for curbside pickup and delivery
  • Big box stores no longer must close off garden centers and areas dedicated to selling paint, flooring and carpet
  • People with multiple in-state homes can resume traveling between them, though highly discouraged
  • Motorized boating and golfing, without the use of carts, has been reinstated, again as long as strict social distancing measures are followed

“District Health Department #10 continues to support the Governor’s Executive Orders and we ask that every individual within our ten-county jurisdiction, whether full-time residents or seasonal visitors, adhere to these orders,” stated Kevin Hughes, Health Officer for DHD#10. “We’re seeing the curve flatten; however, the numbers continue to rise in Michigan each day and we have the power to slow them down if we continue to do our part.”


Read the complete Executive Order 2020-59 for all the details.


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Local High School Schedule & Scores

Week of 1/30/23:

Big Rapids:

Tuesday 1/31:

   - Girls Bball v Cadillac - 7:00pm W 55-42

   - Boys BBall @ Cedar Springs - 7:00pm W 38-32

Wednesday 2/1:

   - Boys Wrestling v Central Montcalm - 5:00pm

Friday 2/3:

   - Girls Bball v Morely Stanwood - 6:00pm 

   - Boys Bball v Morely Stanwood - 7:30pm

   - Boys Hockey @ Petosky - 6:00pm

Saturday 2/4:

    - Boys Hockey v Mattawan - 1:30pm

    - Boys Wrestling @ Grant - TBD CSAA Tourney

Reed City: 

Tuesday 1/31:

   - Girls Bball v Manistee - 7:00pm  W 59-44

   - Boys Bball @ Manistee: W 47-42

Wednesday 2/1:

   - Boys Wrestling @ 131 Showdown - 5:30pm

Friday 1/27:

   - Girls BBall @ Howard City - 6:00pm

   - Boys BBall @ Howard City - 7:30pm


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