Charles Theodore Smith Sr., age 80, passed away at his home, Friday, May 28, 2021. Chuck was born in Custer to the late Percy and Helen (Buckley) Smith.

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One hundred runners and walkers participated in the Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital Lakestride Family Fun Run on Friday, June 11 in downtown Ludington and two local youths were first male and first female finishers.

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FRANKENMUTH — Pentwater’s golf team finished 18th in the 18-school field of the MHSAA Division 4 state tournament Saturday at The Fortress in Frankenmuth.

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FRANKENMUTH — Pentwater’s golf team was in 17th place out of 18 schools after the first day of two days of play at the MHSAA Division 4 boys golf state tournament at The Fortress in Frankenmuth.

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There’s all sorts of races that hosted during the calendar in the area, and even in Ludington, but to borrow a phrase from Keith Jackson, the Lakestride is the granddaddy of ‘em all.

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The bond for a man accused of a murdering a teenage girl in Isabella County over the weekend, and who faced a sex crime charge in Mason County prior to that, was revoked Wednesday by 79th District Court Judge John Middlebrook.

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The 51st Circuit Court sentenced two individuals for possession of controlled substances Tuesday.

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A Ludington man was sentenced to probation and must pay fines and costs after pleading guilty to two counts of assaulting/resisting a police officer and a count of aggravated stalking Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court before Judge Susan Sniegowski.

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