WSCC Humankind Series presents ‘Understanding Climate Change’
Library to distribute activity packets for families, teens
A Wayne State University law professor discussed the origins of critical race theory Monday over a Zoom call shown at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts.
- Humidity: 71%
- Cloud Coverage: 96%
- Wind: 6 mph
- UV Index: 1 Low
- Sunrise: 08:14:12 AM
- Sunset: 05:39:58 PM
Overcast. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High 17F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
Mostly cloudy. Low 11F. Winds light and variable.
Mostly cloudy skies. High around 25F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph.
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Friends of Ludington State Park again this winter is offering several online programs. Scheduled topics include the history of Big Sable Point Lighthouse, a look at the Great Lakes and a state of the Ludington State Park presentation.
Activity cancellations for Thursday, Jan. 20:
EAST LANSING — Two area students were named finalists for the Michigan School Athletic Association’s Scholar-Athlete Awards for the 2021-22 school year.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the United States Postal Service have partnered to deliver free at-home COVID-19 test kits.
The following are sports cancellations for Wednesday, Jan. 19, and Thursday, Jan. 20:
Thursday, Jan. 20
MUSKEGON — Ludington’s bowling teams rolled a doubleheader against Orchard View Wednesday afternoon at Northway Lanes in Muskegon.
SCOTTVILLE — On a night honoring the Mason County Central’s girls basketball seniors, the Spartans led 39-8 at halftime and finished the game with a 61-12 win over non-conference foe Orchard View at home.
RAVENNA — Mason County Central’s competitive cheerleading team scored a second-place finish at Wednesday night’s second West Michigan Conference jamboree hosted by Ravenna.
WHITEHALL — Mason County Central’s wrestling team dropped a pair of West Michigan Conference duals Wednesday evening in Whitehall, falling to the second-ranked Vikings and to Montague.
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A Branch man was sentenced to three concurrent terms, on three separate case files, with the Michigan Department of Corrections by 51st Circuit Court Judge Susan K. Sniegowski Tuesday.
One man entered a plea to a drug possession charge Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court before Judge Susan K. Sniegowski.
A Ludington man entered pleas to weapons charges Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court before Judge Susan K. Sniegowski.
A Ludington man who violated his probation was sentenced to jail time and probation Tuesday before Judge Susan K. Sniegowski in 51st Circuit Court.
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