Oakridge legend Jack Schugars finds new role with Grand Rapids Community College football team
Mike Mattson | The Muskegon Chronicle, September 13, 2011 11 p.m.
Jack Schugars is staying quite busy in retirement. The area’s winningest high school football coach retired from Oakridge, but now spends four days a week serving as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chaplain for the Grand Rapids Community College football team. The Raiders are coached by former Muskegon coach Tony Annese. (More)
SURVEY: Muskegon Community College doing good job meeting community needs, should do better meeting needs of business
Published: Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 1:50 PM | By Brian McVicar | The Muskegon Chronicle
MUSKEGON – Muskegon Community College is seen as the leading two-year college in the area and is doing a good job meeting community needs, but isn’t responsive to the needs of business and industry. […] The survey also found that MCC was the first college that came to the public’s mind that offers associate degrees and certificates. Thirty-three percent of the general public chose MCC. Others picked Montcalm Community College and Grand Rapids Community College. (More)