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Schools, businesses, law enforcement in training to handle active shooter/violent individuals

Today and Friday, representatives from area school districts, law enforcement agencies, and businesses will be learning how to better respond to an active shooter or violent person incident through an ALICE Training Program. Due to donations from the Mason County United Way, the Pennies From Heaven Foundation, the West Shore Educational Services District, and West Shore Community College; the Mason County School Safety Planning Team was able to bring this informative training to local schools and businesses. Comments (0)

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Fox on the Fairway

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Little River Band of Ottawa Indians Manistee, Michigan

Marty Wabindato drums while leading Mason County Central children in the Rabbit Walk Dance Thursd...

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Rose Forman still bowling at 92 years old

Rose Forman bowling at 92.

Miss America sings "Happy" during a COVE fundraising dinner
COVE ribbon-cuttting
COVE survivor Tina Munoz tells her story of agency's huge impact on her life
The Ludington student body roller coaster

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Manistee high school band plays basketball game

Manistee High School pep band plays prior to basketball game against Cadillac.

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Dinner for $10 or less: Winner, winner, what’s for dinner?

Back when I was contesting, one of my first winning recipes was Sweet and Sour Pork. Sweet Baby Ray’s was the sponsor and my prize was a case of barbecue sauce and a stuffed pink pig. I still have the pig, but the sauce is long gone. It did convince me that Sweet Baby Ray’s is the tastiest barbecue sauce that comes in a jar and I still buy it. I’m sharing that recipe with you today, and it will be served with braised baby bok choy. You may not be familiar with that vegetable, but it’s mild and tender, unlike its grown-up version, which is featured in many Chinese stir frys. Comments (0)

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