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Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw prepares for Christmas Ship mission

November 20, 2012
Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw prepares for Christmas Ship mission

Editor’s note: While the majority of news on this site is limited to events happening or affecting Mason County, we thought because of Ludington’s strong connection with the Coast Guard this would make a nice exception. Besides, if you look off the shore next week you might see the Mackinaw go by, that’s good enough for us.  CHEBOYGAN – The crew of…

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Luke Rangel: home, hip-hop and the AMA

November 16, 2012
Luke Rangel: home, hip-hop and the AMA

LUDINGTON — Luke Rangel has several split personalities, at least musically speaking. The Mason County native was recently back here from California visiting family and we got a chance to sit down together. The 35-year-old 1995 Mason County Central High School graduate makes his living, based in Southern California, working in the music industry. He is a renowned sound technician…

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Home health care allows patient to keep working

November 16, 2012
Home health care allows patient to keep working

LUDINGTON – John Pomeroy of Ludington is one of many patients throughout the region who receive medical care in their home from the Memorial Medical Center Home Care staff. His home care nurse is Debbie Swanson, RN. Swanson has helped him in visits over several months and says she hopes he’ll be ready to “graduate” from home care after a…

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Couple celebrates wedding anniversary serving God

November 12, 2012
Couple celebrates wedding anniversary serving God

CUSTER TWP. – Pastor Dave and Carrie Wood celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary this year with a trip to Latin America. However, their trip was not a vacation. Instead it was with a purpose, to serve God’s kingdom. The Woods pastor Sugar Ridge Church of the Brethren on East Wilson Road. They had been talking for quite some time about…

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MCC Middle School honors those who served

November 12, 2012
MCC Middle School honors those who served

Story and photos by Miranda Beebe SCOTTVILLE – “They’re your celebrities, not athletes, or dancers and singers. This group of people, they’re your celebrities.”  Sherry Thalman gestures at the large group of veterans sitting in front of the students.  Thalman (along with Phil Quinlan) is a major part of the Veterans’ program that took place Monday at Mason County Central Middle School.…

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