COVID-19 2020

Special delivery.

March 19, 2020

Special delivery. VIDEO SCOTTVILLE — Scottville Police Department Chief Matt Murphy and Officer Katrina Skinner visited some of the children in Scottville today to deliver sub sandwiches and lunches provided free by Jimmy John’s. The subs are also being provided to Ludington Police Department. LPD Officer/School Resource Officer Chad Skiba has been visiting children in Ludington.

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Full Court Press: Keeping active during isolation

March 19, 2020

Full Court Press: Keeping active during isolation VICTORY TOWNSHIP — Today on MCP’s Full Court Press, Toni Swinehart talks to Julie Page Smith, director of the West Shore Community College Wellness Center about the importance of keeping active during this time of isolation. Full Court Press is a presentation of Shelby State Bank and House of Flavors, Inc.

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Community Updates, posted March 19, 2020.

March 19, 2020

Community Updates, posted March 19, 2020. This list is being posted daily on Mason County Press and Oceana County Press. It may be updated frequently throughout the day. DO NOT POST A CLOSING, CANCELLATION, OR UPDATE IN THE COMMENT SECTION. IT WILL BE REMOVED. If you have a closing, cancellation, or other special notices related to changes in scheduling to…

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County buildings closing.

March 19, 2020

County buildings closing. All Mason County office buildings are closing to the public, including the Mason County Courthouse in Ludington, Building, Zoning and Drain Commission offices in Scottville, the Mason County Airport Terminal in Pere Marquette Township and Mason County Animal Control facility in Pere Marquette Township. The courthouse, airport terminal and animal control will be closed effective 5 p.m.…

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Health department offices to close.

March 19, 2020

Health department offices to close. Services to be by appointment only District Health Department #10 announced that effective Monday, March 23 through April 5, all DHD#10 offices will be closed to the public. This includes the Ludington office. “We will still continue to provide as many services as possible to the public by appointment only,” states a press release issued…

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