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Dr Rick Plummer

Retiring professor, Dr. Rick Plummer, tells the 2015 class of West Shore Community College gradua...

Emily McKenna WSCC Student Senate president

West Shore Community College's Student Senate President Emily McKenna shares her thoughts with he...

WSCC graduation starts with bagpipes

The sound of bagpipes marks the beginning of the 2015 West Shore Community College commencement.

'West Shore Loyal' performed

The debut of West Shore Community College's alma mater 'West Shore Loyal" by the WSCC choir.

Bite It To Fight It Video 2015
Bite It to Fight It - Patti and Olivia Klevorn

Olivia and Patti Klevorn take the Bite It to Fight It Challenge for the Ludington Optimist Club's...

Edith Maniker speaker at WSCC
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...

Dinner for $10 or less: Three cheers for kale

I have discovered a favorite new condiment. It’s Asian sweet chili sauce. Just like the name sounds, it’s a little sweet and a little hot, and a little goes a long way. Buy the biggest bottle you can find in the Asian foods aisle (it costs about $2.29), and you’ll soon become addicted to it. FYI-don’t make the mistake of getting sriracha-it’s not sweet, just incredibly hot. The bottles look the same and are right next to each other. Comments (0)

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Online poll

Should state police and state transportation officials be given authority to raise speed limits in areas local governments have set them lower than the state believes is proper?

The new legislation would cut down on speed traps by preventing township boards and other local units from lowering the speed limits of roads due to factors such as the road commission being petitioned to lower the speed limit near houses, according to a state analysis of the package of bills being considered. The bills would require that speeds are set by data collected by the Michigan State Police, Michigan County Road Association and the Michigan Department of Transportation.

Total Votes: 39