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Memorial Day address Ludington 2015

Dr. Rick Plummer's 2015 Memorial Day address at Stearns Park's Veterans Memorial in Ludington,...

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Hart Baptist Church Youth Group Band

Members of Hart Baptist Church, all affiliated with the youth group, perform praise music Sunday ...

Baby Badger welcomes SS Badger home

Children ride the Baby Badger at Ludington's Waterfront Park to welcome home the SS Badger on the...

Kristin Korendyke thanks all who helped with Sandcastles top-floor renovation project
Lakeview Elementary students cheer on the SS Badger
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Ladies talk about Badger and maritime history

Sheryl Anderson, Nancy Nicewander and Marge Dewyer talk about the S.S. Badger and what the Luding...

Employers focus on wellness, workforce health

The definition of employer-sponsored health care is expanding. It exceeds insurance coverage and now includes healthcare service. The change is being led locally by the United Way of Mason County and five companies of the Lakeshore Employer Resource Network (LERN), which have pooled resources to form the LERN Health Center. Comments (0)

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Dinner for $10 or less: A Polish treat from Busha’s kitchen

The Four Corners Churches just published a cookbook, and while browsing through it I came across a recipe for Kwas from Dot Brown of Grace Episcopal Church. It reminded me of the meals my grandmother (Busha in Polish) used to make. Simple, earthy, and guaranteed to stick to your ribs.  Dot’s recipe was for soup, but I modified it  to make it more substantial. The ingredients might seem a little unusual, but trust me, it’s tasty. I paired it with homemade kluski (dumplings to you non-Polish people) which my mom used to make for us whenever she served pork. I had never made them myself, but I do remember many times grating the potatoes. Now I know why she gave me the job. But don’t despair. It’s not that difficult and you’ll build up some arm muscles while doing it. Comments (0)

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Scottville Clown Band Shell schedule kicks off with Awesome Distraction May 26

5/26 Awesome Distraction (Folk/Bluegrass)6/2 Adam Knudsen & Friends6/9 Mike Luusua & The Amazing Invisible Orchestra6/16 Elder Gang (Classic Country)6/23 Ludrock All Stars6/30 The Scottville Clown Band7/7 Awesome Distraction (Folk/Bluegrass)7/14 Tangle Eye (Outlaw Country)7/21 Bud Summers (Blues Singer/Songwriter) St. Louis, MO7/28 Nick Pfent (Contemporary Singer/Songwriter)8/4 Mojo Hammer (Blues/Rock)8/11 The Scottville Clown Band8/18 Peace Love Music (Acoustic Miscellany)8/25 MCC High School Jazz Band9/1 Fat Pocket (Blues/Rock) Comments (0)

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Orders for durable goods drop 0.5 percent in April

WASHINGTON (AP) — Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting manufactured goods fell slightly in April. But orders in a category that indicates business investment posted a second increase, a hopeful sign that this key sector is starting to revive. Comments (0)

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