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Scott Nichols demonstrates with a cane how he checked his Remington 870 shotgun to see if it would work prior to a planned suicide attempt. He measured the distance between his chin and his thumb with the gun before accidentally discharging it in his bathroom in July Comments (0)

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US Navy Band Cruisers and 'God Bless the USA'

It's a Wild Wednesday in YOUR Ludington Daily News!
Mason County Central jazz band plays 'The Muppets'
Plane lands at Mason County Airport
'Crazy' as sung by Carrie Rangel in 'Always … Patsy Cline'

Carrie Rangel sings the classic "Crazy" in "Always … Patsy Cline" by the Lakeside Civic Players a...

Carrie Rangel with 'Closer Walk' in 'Always ... Patsy Cline'

Carrie Rangel sings "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" in "Always … Patsy Cline" in the Lakeside Civi...

Motor home demo derby

Motor homes and camper vans went at it Ag. 15, 2015 at the Western Michigan Fair at the Mason Cou...

Dedication of the "The Abbie," the latest sculpture in the Mason County Sculpture Trail

Dr. Rick Plummer, executive director of the Mason County Historical Society, was the principal sp...

"Bone Stock" demo derby

The 2015 Western Michigan Fair culminated Saturday, Aug 18, 2015 with a Night of Destruction Demo...

Bull rider at Super Kicker Rodeo at the Western Michigan Fair gets a full ride

A bull rider at Super Kicker Rodeo at the Western Michigan Fair at the Mason County Fairgrounds i...

MCC works out kinks in 7-0 win against Benzie

SCOTTVILLE — “We moved the ball well tonight, but we just stuttered at times with fumbles and penalties. We shot ourselves in the foot too many times,” said Mason County Central’s veteran head coach Scott Briggs Thursday night after his Spartans came away with a 7-0 nonconference win over the Benzie Central Huskies in the season opener. Comments (0)

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Ludington Area Center for the Arts presents Yvonne Carlson - A Retrospective

Yvonne Carlson's work in acrylic is strongly influenced by the natural beauty of her native Michigan. The sweeping dunes, quiet woodlands, the ever-changing and always fascinating waters of the Great Lakes have provided her with a continuing source of inspiration. A lifelong resident of Ludington, she studied at West Shore Community College and with various private instructors. She has exhibited in juried and invitational shows throughout the Great Lakes region, winning numerous awards. Her work is represented in public and private collections in North and South America, Scandinavia, Europe and the Middle East and Australia. Yvonne is no longer actively painting so this is an amazing opportunity to view her works. The exhibit will include original drawings from her early years to paintings created toward the end of her career as an artist. Most pieces are on loan from private collections and are not for sale. However, a few key original works will be available for purchase.   Comments (0)

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