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Lighthouse Realty recognizes top selling agents, real estate market continues to rise.

February 9, 2017

Lighthouse Realty recognizes top selling agents, real estate market continues to rise. #MasonCountyBusiness. LUDINGTON — Lighthouse Realty recently recognized inducted nine team members into its 2016 Elite Club, those who had an annual sales volume greater than $3 million. The members included Heather Barker, Pamela Buck, Lori Dickenson, Therran Ferguson, Lois Janish, Jamie Loney, Random Messeder, Debby Stevenson, and Ingrid…

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Reeds featured in Outdoor Photographer magazine.

September 19, 2016
Reeds featured in Outdoor Photographer magazine.

#MasonCountyPeople LUDINGTON — Michigan, including the Ludington area, will be featured as the cover article in the October issue of Outdoor Photographer magazine, one of the leading photography magazines in America. Photographing Michigan in autumn is the subject of a story and photographs by Ludington photographers Todd and Brad Reed in Outdoor Photographer. One of the photographs was taken of…

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Papes joins Scottville Farm Bureau agency.

September 9, 2016
Papes joins Scottville Farm Bureau agency.

#MasonCountyBusinessNews #Scottville SCOTTVILLE — Sean Papes has joined Farm Bureau Insurance as a new agent serving this area. He is working out of the Farm Bureau Insurance office at 106 S. Main St., Scottville, MI 49454, alongside Matthew Knizacky. Papes, who is from Scottville, recently completed an extensive career development program for new agents, which prepared him for the state…

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West Shore Bank to honor Martin.

August 25, 2016
West Shore Bank to honor Martin.

#MasonCountyBusiness LUDINGTON — West Shore Bank will hold an open house honoring the retirement of Vicki Martin on Monday, Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vicki has worked at the bank for 15 years. The open house will be held at the East Office in Pere Marquette Township, 5725 W. U.S. 10.

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Smith & Eddy’s Amy Reynolds keeps busy helping local organizations.

April 14, 2016
Smith & Eddy’s Amy Reynolds keeps busy helping local organizations.

By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. Amy Reynolds stays pretty busy volunteering for a variety of local organizations, when she isn’t helping customers at Smith & Eddy Insurance. The Ludington native said she helps with organizations such as Fraternal Order of Eagles, Chrome Divas of Ludington and the American Legion. “I have walked the Mackinac Bridge for Labor Day, the Relay for…

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