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LANSING — As winter storms continue and record Great Lake water levels rise, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is urging Michigan residents to remain wary of coastal erosion that can turn dangerous.

The West Shore Community College Board of Trustees will be having a work session to discuss student housing following its regular meeting that begins at 4 p.m. Monday in the John M. Eaton Board Room at the college’s conference and administration building.

The Ludington Area School District will continue its work on the building project as it relates to the bond issue passed in 2019 as a part of its regular meeting scheduled to start at 6 p.m. Monday at the district’s central office, 809 E. Tinkham Ave.

An expansion project is underway at FloraCraft, and the Ludington-based floral foam manufacturer is adding a new shipping and distribution center to its campus and ramping up operations to meet the demands of its larger customers.

Most, if not all, cases of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated or operating under the influence in Mason County won’t be affected by an investigation by the Michigan State Police into its breathalyzer supplier, Intoximeters.

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DALTON TWP. – A 22-year-old Twin Lake man has been arraigned in 60th District Court in the hit-and-run incident involving two 14-year-old siblings who were boarding a school bus on Tuesday, January 14.

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LANSING, Mich. — The Senate Committee on Regulatory Reform Tuesday afternoon heard testimony from industry stakeholders on legislation introduced by state Sen. Jon Bumstead that would create a new license for limited production of beer.