Mason County Eastern was one of 138 school applicants awarded the 10 Cents a Meal for Michigan’s Kids & Farms grant by the Michigan Department of Education.

The Ludington City Council will be considering a proposal to apply for a brownfield grant from the state as a part of its regular meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday via the video-conference application Zoom.

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CADILLAC — District Health Department No. 10 added two additional Waitlist Registration Links to its website for those healthcare workers in Phase 1A who have not been vaccinated and for individuals in Phase 1B, except for PreK-12 school staff, to complete it announced in a press release Thursday.

While much of the attention to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s press conference Friday was focused on in-person dining at restaurants, there also were announcements that affected high school athletics.

With a goal of reducing conflicts, not double-crested cormorants, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided to allow permits more than doubling the current lethal take of the federally protected migratory birds when local populations harm stocked, wild, hatchery or aquaculture fish popu…

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SHERIDAN TWP. — The Mason County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 39-year-old Fountain man on a count of home invasion second degree Saturday afternoon, according to a press release from Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole.

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Back in September, I received a request to do an article on the roads in the county, why they were built and how they were named. Unfortunately, COVID-19 didn’t go away as we wished. The libraries closed removing my main places for research. We still have the Ludington Daily News archive online.