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Earlier this year, some 50 West Shore Community College students and staff and high school students from the West Shore Educational Service District submitted essays for a local 'This I Believe' project of the Literacy Council.
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The FDA says this is the first summer manufacturers of sunscreen products will be using a label that says "broad spectrum."
He was born September 13, 1934, in Chicago, son of the late Edward W. and Wilda Kalkauski Sr. Edward was in the U.S. Navy serving during the Korean and Vietnam wars.
The Mason County Sheriff's Office is looking for a Detroit couple who have not arrived at their daughter's home as expected.
And they lasted for decades with such a high rate of success, he is being inducted into the Mason County Sports Hall of Fame this Saturday.
It was a quack-tastic day down at Johnny Appleseed Park, where nearly 18,000 little rubber duckies were launched into the St. Joseph River.
Three of this year's contestants have ties to the Ludington area - current Miss Ludington Area Kasey Cole of Ludington and two former Miss Ludington Area titleholders, Miss Greater Grand Rapids Jodi Beckman of Shelby and Miss Greater Kalamazoo Sherri Craig of Manistee.
The general fund has been increased, according to Williams, due to the ordinance book, purchasing equipment for the police department, an increase in unemployment tax, a lift for the Riverside Park pool and an increase in electric costs.
Ludington's Ethan Leavitt shot an opening round of 80 in the two-day MHSAA Division 3 state golf tournament Friday at Battle Creek's Bedford Valley Golf Course.
Margaret Ziemkowski, passed away at the home of her niece Christina Barton and Randy Leclair and great, nephew, Brandon, where she was loved and taken care of for the last year of her life.
This week was a homecoming of sorts for the chairman of the Hispanic/Latino commission of Michigan and its executive director.
Police Chief David Slusser was fired by the cities administration, in what they describe as a violation of public trust.
That tray hold eight pounds of ribs from Fort Wayne's Ribfest. WFFT Meteorologist Andrew Logsdon is going to try and eat as much of it as he can in five minutes on tonight's Weatherman Versus Food! Desperate to save a baby who stopped breathing, a Ludington, Michigan man grabbed the closest thing he could find - a turkey baster - to rescue the ... (more)
Local author Sharon Bluhm will present her book "Manierre Dawson: Inventions of the Mind" Tuesday, June 25 at 7 pm in the West Shore Bank Room of the Ludington Library.