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Jury won't know OWI suspect is a police officer

Jurors in Trooper Sammy Seymour’s trial for operating while intoxicated won’t hear that he’s a Michigan State Police officer unless his defense attorneys slip up and let the information out themselves. Ludington Police Sgt. Steve Wietrzkowksi arrested Seymour for OWI following a traffic stop in the early morning hours of Jan. 17. Comments (0)

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Ludington Lake Jump 2015

How about a view from the lake as hundreds of people jump into 36-degree water? Listen to the cou...

Listen to Judge Wadel on the appeal from Sean Phillips on the Baby Kate murder charge

Judge Peter Wadel listens to Michigan Assistant Attorney General Donna Pendergast during Monday’s...

Listen to Assistant Attorney General Donna Pendergast in Sean Phillips appeal

Michigan Assistant Attorney General Donna Pendergast addresses Judge Peter Wadel during Monday’s ...

Easter egg hunt

Easter egg hunt at Circle Rocking S Children's Farm

Aerial view of damage at Pallet Recycle

A look at the damage caused by structure fire at Pallet Recycle plant on P.M. Highway.

Pallet Recycle fire

The Pallet Recycle fire

Ludington High School Jazz Band

The Ludington High School Jazz Band, under the direction of Ted Kucynzski, performed "South Stree...

Ana McCallum sings with WSCC Jazz Band

Ana MacCallum sings "How About You?" with the West Shore Community College Jazz Band directed by ...

WSCC Jazz Band

A selection including solos from the March 24, 2015 concert of the West Shore Community College J...

MCC's Wells no-hits Hart

HART — Mason County Central’s Sean Wells tossed a no-hitter in the opening game of its West Michigan Conference opener at Hart Friday as the Spartans went on to sweep the Pirates, 10-0 and 15-0. Comments (0)

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Mental Health Matters: Peers in recovery

Mental health professionals typically carry a few extra letters behind their last names — initials that signify academic degrees and special certifications earned by way of college educations. These credentials are a way to ensure that people providing mental health services are knowledgeable and educated in their field.  Comments (0)

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Celebrating Earth Day: April 18 celebration features crafts, speakers, more in Ludington

AFFEW (A Few Friends for the Environment of the World) and the Ludington Area Center for the Arts will hold an Earth Day celebration Saturday, April 18, from 9 a..m.  to 5 p.m. at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts, 107 S. Harrison St., Ludington. Comments (0)

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