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WEARE TWP. — A trial period of how medical responses are dispatched came to a close after a vote was taken during a regular meeting Wednesday morning of the Mason-Oceana 911 Board at the dispatch center.

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SCOTTVILLE — The Mason County Road Commission announced that Reek Road between Millerton and Dewey roads will be closed starting Monday, Sept. 20, in Sherman Township.

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VICTORY TWP. — The West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series kicks off its 2021-2022 season at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 with two performances by Le Cirque Esprit, “Spirit of the Machine,” at the Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts in Manistee.

WALKERVILLE — Mason County Eastern's boys and girls cross country teams set the pace for the Western Michigan D League Wednesday as both Cardinals teams won the initial league jamboree at Walkerville.

PENTWATER — The Pentwater soccer team made short order of the Whitehall junior varsity team as the Falcons scored quickly and often in the first half, leading 5-0 at the intermission.

A Ludington woman, who was scheduled to be sentenced in-person in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday, was instead sentenced to a term in prison via video-conferencing from the Mason County Jail. The move was done because “we could not guarantee her safety” according to Judge Susan K. Sniegowski.

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