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LPD Chief Barnett granted family medical leave

Ludington Police Chief Mark Barnett has been granted family medical leave to attend to the needs of one of his children, according to a press release from City Manager John Shay. Barnett is expected to return to work around April 1. Capt. Mike Harrie will be in command of the Ludington Police Department until Barnett's return.  Comments (0)

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Rose Forman still bowling at 92 years old

Rose Forman bowling at 92.

Miss America sings "Happy" during a COVE fundraising dinner
COVE ribbon-cuttting
COVE survivor tells her story of agency's huge impact on her life
The Ludington student body roller coaster

Students at Ludington High School in Michigan follow along to the Roller Coaster Cheer during cha...

Manistee high school band plays basketball game

Manistee High School pep band plays prior to basketball game against Cadillac.

Freedom Martial Arts visits Oaktree Academy
Congressmen Bill Huizenga and Dan Benishek on snowmobile tour of first and second district.

U.S. Congressmen Bill Huizenga and Dan Benishek on snowmobile tour of first and second district. ...

Mason County Historical Society announces Lake Jump 2015

Tom Calabretta, president of Mason County Historical Society talked about how the historical soci...

Dinner for $10 or less: It’s the real thing

Shout out to my son and daughter. Macaroni and cheese, the real kind, not the kind out of a box. Growing up, my kids' favorite meal was macaroni and cheese, with broccoli on the side. It’s really easy to make, takes just a few minutes more than the box kind, and best of all, doesn’t contain any ingredients that sound like they came out of a chem lab. Milk, cheese, a little butter, macaroni. The kids always fought over the crunchy top (I once threatened to make it on a cookie sheet so it would be all crunchy.) so I’ve put a little crunch into it, and folded the broccoli into the dish as well. Comments (0)

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Should local government charge fees to organizations sponsoring events in their communities?

The City of Ludington is mulling over a plan that would charge fees to organizations sponsoring events that causes the city police or DPW to be involved. The city is trying to decide how much taxpayers should foot the bill. The organizations say the money raised generally goes to charities. Should local government charge fees to organizations sponsoring events in their communities?

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