A 46-year-old Walkerville woman was arraigned Tuesday on four charges of welfare fraud against the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
The Mason County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday started work on the 2022 budget, as well as many budget amendments for 2021, and there’s a lot of work to be done by the finance committee.
The Ludington Fire Department was called to a structure fire around 7:15 a.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of Adams Street in the Fourth Ward.
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Three students from O.J. DeJonge Middle School in Ludington were named local winners in the 52nd annual America & Me Essay Contest, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance.
The Ludington Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the 600 block of Adams Street Wednesday morning in the City of Ludington.
With the increase in COVID-19 cases across the state of Michigan, including Northern Michigan, individuals who have tested positive for the virus might not receive a call from District Health Department No. 10 right away, so residents are being asked to help stop the spread of the virus by i…
The annual collection of steelhead eggs at the Little Manistee River weir in Stronach is tentatively set to begin Tuesday.
LANSING — A Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer used a tourniquet to stop blood loss from a 22-year-old Scottville man, who is recovering in an area hospital from an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound.
MCBAIN — Mason County Eastern’s girls team finished fifth at the eight-team Northern Michigan Christian Invitational while the boys were seventh at the nine-team standings Tuesday.
Ludington’s boys golf team started the 2021 season with a victory in a dual against Western Michigan Christian Wednesday afternoon at Lincoln Hills Golf Club, 183 to 222.
SHELBY — The Mason County Central boys and girls track teams split a pair of West Michigan Conference duals Tuesday to open the 2021 season in Shelby.
COOPERSVILLE — Ludington’s varsity tennis team scored a 6-2 victory against Coopersville Monday afternoon in Coopersville.
TRAVERSE CITY — Ludington’s girls tennis team split its duals at Traverse City West Saturday.
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A Holland man, who was charged with delivery of less than 50 grams of cocaine, was sentenced to one year probation and counseling Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court.
A Scottville woman pleaded guilty to possession of fentanyl, 25 grams or less, in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday.
A North Muskegon man was sentenced to jail time, a rehabilitative program and probation for a felony drunken charge in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday. Proceedings were held via Zoom amid COVID concerns.
A fourth time habitual offender faces prison time after entering a guilty plea in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday. Proceedings were held via Zoom amid COVID concerns.
A first time offender charged with delivery/manufacture of methamphetamines was given probation by Judge Susan Sniegowski Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court. Proceedings were held via Zoom amid concerns for COVID-19.
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