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Remembering Mr. Muscoe, educator and super Spartan.

March 18, 2015
Remembering Mr. Muscoe, educator and super Spartan.

By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief. Michigan State University lost one of its biggest fans Tuesday. Most of us who grew up in Scottville and went to Scottville Elementary had Gene and Shirley Muscoe as teachers. Gene died Tuesday, appropriately on the day when many people wear green. He was 80-years-old. Gene was my fifth grade homeroom teacher. I had Shirley in…

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Fred Bates was born to make maple syrup.

March 16, 2015
Fred Bates was born to make maple syrup.

In observation of National Agriculture Week, we present stories about Mason County farming this week.  See video here. By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief.  VICTORY TOWNSHIP — As the spring equinox nears, a special ritual occurs in the woods across the northern United States. It’s maple syrup season. For farmer Fred Bates, the season has even special meaning. His birthday is on…

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Passing the bar: Stowe-Lloyd returns home to take over Betz law firm.

February 11, 2015
Passing the bar: Stowe-Lloyd returns home to take over Betz law firm.

Coming Home. Many people have traveled the world and have had life experiences that their hometowns could never offer them, but many of those people are choosing to leave those grand ventures behind to move back to their roots in search of a slower paced lifestyle. Mason County Press occasionally features these individuals in our series, “Coming Home.” Today’s feature…

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On top of the world

February 10, 2015
On top of the world

See video here.  By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor. THOMPSONVILLE, BENZIE COUNTY — When you visit Crystal Mountain, it’s like stepping into a charming village with its cobblestone walkways, quaint cottages and horse-drawn surrrey rides.  In addition to the lovely architecture, you are nearly overcome by the beauty of the natural surroundings — giant pines, snow-covered slopes and sprawling views of a…

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FloraCraft named Wal-Mart Supplier of the Year.

February 6, 2015
FloraCraft named Wal-Mart Supplier of the Year.

ORLANDO, Fla. — FloraCraft of Ludington was recently named Wal-Mart’s 2014 Supplier of the Year during the retail chain’s Year Beginning Meeting in Orlando. “The fact that Walmart is the world’s largest retailer, makes this recognition for excellence a unique and very special honor for FloraCraft,” said Lee Schoenherr, chairman of FloraCraft’s board of directors.  . Several key performance indicators…

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