Chamber, MCCEF fundraising event to be held at Graystone Event Center
The Ludington Area Center for the Arts welcomes Bob Milne to the center’s performance hall stage at 107 S. Harrison St. for a performance at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 21.
Mason County Central Schools will have a half-day on Friday, Feb. 28. Students will attend school in the morning only. Staff will be participating in professional development activities during the afternoon.
SAULT STE. MARIE — A Hart man was killed in a snowmobile accident Tuesday in Chippewa County’s Whitefish Township, according to Michigan State Police from the Sault Ste. Marie Post in a press release.
Starting March 1, the Mason County District Library locations in Ludington and Scottville will go fine-free, eliminating and forgiving overdue charges for all books and other items.
Daily News Staff Writer Noah Genson sits down with State Senator of the 35th District of Michigan Curt Vanderwall, R-Ludington, to discuss Curt's path to Lansing as well as the work he has done and work he looks to get done within the committees he is apart of in Senate.
Staff writer Noah Gensen kicks off the new Ludington Daily News podcast with an interview with Thad Shank.
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Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole announced Thursday that a 33-year-old Whitehall man was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated causing death following a fatal accident on Dec. 14, 2019.
A Hart man was sentenced to concurrent jail terms for domestic violence and interfering with an electronic communication device Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court before Judge Susan K. Sniegowski.
It took jurors only 90 minutes Thursday to find a Walhalla man guilty of assaulting/resisting and injuring a police officer. The guilty verdict included the lessor offense of assaulting/resisting/opposing a police officer.
Two person entered pleas in non-related cases Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court before Judge Susan K. Sniegowski.
The woman who threatened to burn the Ludington Walmart down last November pleaded guilty in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday. Morgan Faith Johnson, 24, of Wellston, pleaded guilty to charges of assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and retail fraud.
PENTWATER — Walkerville, already assured of at least a share of the West Michigan D League title, hoped to lock up the outright title Monday at Pentwater, but the Falcons would have none of it.
NBC Sports is set to make history next month and a Ludington native is the brains behind the groundbreaking idea.
VICTORY TWP. — Finnish foreign exchange student Saku Ruotsalainen and Bear Lake sophomore Bryce Harless each scored two goals in the Manistee co-op hockey team’s exciting 5-4 non-conference victory over Grand Rapids Northview to bring down the curtain on the regular season at West Shore Comm…
CHARLEVOIX — Mason County Central is sending three wrestlers and Hart will take 10 to the MHSAA state individual wrestling tournament in two weeks after qualifying for the tournament at Saturday’s Division 4 regional at Charlevoix.
COMSTOCK PARK — Ludington’s competitive cheerleading team finished in eighth place at the 12-team MHSAA Division 3 district competition Saturday morning at Comstock Park.