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Seven people interested in being Ludington’s next police chief have been selected for the first round of interviews.
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VICTORY TWP. — The West Shore Community College Humankind Series is hosting “Nurses and Doctors,” an exhibition of the works of artist Judy Jashinsky, at the Manierre Dawson Gallery.
The Friends of Ludington State Park group will host the return of the Ludington State Park Fall Festival from 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Lake Michigan beach house.
On Thursday Sept. 29, Mason County residents may receive a test Code RED alert.
Today marks the final time you’ll be receiving four color pages of comics from the Ludington Daily News.
VICTORY TWP. — The West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series will feature Michigan State University’s Bebop Spartans, along with special guest, Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist Carmen Bradford, on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m., at Center Stage Theater.
Some say it’s falling temperatures, some say it’s photoperiod, some say it’s all the Halloween candy displays, but something makes all of us eat more at this time of the year and fish are no different.
Scottville Optimist Club hosting sportsman’s raffle
SCOTTVILLE — Mason County Central lost another very close football contest Friday night at Spartan Community Field, falling to Hart, 22-16, in Scottville.
The Ludington Orioles jumped out to a 17-7 halftime lead over the Manistee Chippewas on Friday night on the way to re-claiming the Dad’s Trophy in a 45-21 homecoming victory at Oriole Field in Ludington.
BIG RAPIDS — Ludington found itself in fifth place after the first day of the two-day Katie Classic Friday afternoon at Ferris State University’s Katke Golf Course in Big Rapids.
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A Tennessee man was arraigned on a felony and a misdemeanor by Attorney Magistrate Glenn Jackson III Wednesday with the charges stemming from a crash last weekend in Pere Marquette Township.
A Fountain man pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to a vehicle theft before Judge Susan Sniegowski in 51st Circuit Court Wednesday morning.
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