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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...

Five local companies join to offer free/low-cost health care service to employees

Quality of health is directly related to income, and access to health care is the single most important health issue for Mason County. These findings of the 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) indicate a quality of life challenge for income constrained residents and a human resource challenge for employers. 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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Tickets on sale for Scottville Optimist 200 party

SCOTTVILLE — The Scottville Optimist 200 Party will be held at 6 p.m. May 9 at the Scottville Optimist Hall. A raffle will be held at 9 p.m. Tickets are $80 for a couple and includes dinner, drinks and an entry into the raffle drawing. Tickets may be purchased at the Scottville offices of Farm Bureau Insurance, Simone Family Destistry, State Farm Insurance, West Shore Bank, Smith and Eddy Insurance, Squires Chiropractic, Sauble River Inn and Acres Co-Op. For questions, call Nancy Sanford at 231-233-6450 or 757-4751. Comments (0)

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Online poll

Do you think there is a better way to fund road work in Michigan than Proposal 1 on the May 5 ballot statewide?

Proposal 1, in simple terms, creates a new wholesale tax on gasoline that would be dedicated to funding Michigan roads through the existing state formula that divides the money among state, county and local road agencies. If approved, the sales tax would increase to 7 percent, though gasoline would be excluded. The money raised would go to the state's general fund for the purported purpose of replace school aid and local revenue sharing dollars. Do you think there is a better way to fund road work in Michigan than Proposal 1 on the May 5 ballot statewide?

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