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Carol S. Johnson

Carol S. Johnson, age 101, passed away on April 22, 2015. Born on December 23, 1913 in Montague, Michigan to James and Emily (Jackson) Seaver, she was the oldest of ten children. She was raised on the family farm, started school in a one-room country school and in 1932 graduated as Valedictorian of her Montague High School Class. Carol loved music and as a young girl played the organ for church services. Comments (0)

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Vikes, ‘Cats tie at Ravenna

RAVENNA — Whitehall and Montague started off their golf seasons in identical fashion Tuesday, tying for fourth place in the opening West Michigan Conference jamboree at Moss Ridge Golf Course in Ravenna. Comments (0)

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  • Haunted Village

    Sat, Oct 24, 3:00 pm EDT
    Historic White Pine Village, Ludington
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  • Autumn Day

    Sat, Oct 10, 10:00 am EDT
    Historic White Pine Village, Ludington
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  • Lumber Day

    Sat, Aug 29, 10:00 am EDT
    Historic White Pine Village, Ludington
    • icon Updated: March 17
  • Country Kids' Day

    Thu, Aug 20, 10:00 am EDT
    Historic White Pine Village, Ludington
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  • Clown Band Concert & Corn Roast

    Tue, Aug 04, 10:00 am EDT
    Historic White Pine Village, Ludington
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This weekend is the opener for trout and pike fishing in Michigan. Do you fish?

Saturday, April 25 brings the statewide trout season and Lower Peninsula inland walleye, northern pike and muskellunge seasons. Due to recent regulation changes the catch-and-immediate-release season for largemouth and smallmouth bass is now open all year on all waters (unless otherwise closed to fishing). Catch-and-keep seasons for bass will not open until May or June (depending on the specific waterbody being fished). Do you fish?

Total Votes: 63

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Bike to Work Week Proclamation

Whitehall Mayor Emery “Mac” Hatch, at last Tuesday’s council meeting, asked for a motion to approve the National Bike to Work Week, he was informed that a proclamation doesn’t need a motion, and that the mayor can just proclaim it. Comments (0)

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