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39th old engine show begins today

August 2, 2012
39th old engine show begins today

SCOTTVILLE – I’m not sure I remember a time in my life when I haven’t heard the sputter of a John Deere 2-cylinder tractor. This is a sound that reminds me of home. Ever since I can remember, my dad has been a member of the Western Michigan Old Engine Club. The club started on the Donahue farm in Pere…

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The Clydesdales are coming; Ludington Beverage celebrates anniversary

August 1, 2012
The Clydesdales are coming; Ludington Beverage celebrates anniversary

The Budweiser Clydesdales are coming to the area in celebration of Ludington Beverage’s 75th anniversary as a Budweiser distributor. Much of the Clydesdales’ visit will coincide with next week’s Pentwater Homecoming festivities beginning Wednesday with a march through downtown and display at the Village Green from 5 to 7 p.m. During that time the public will have the opportunity to…

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Sorry about the emails

July 22, 2012

If you are a subscriber to Mason County Press you have probably experienced excessive emails from us in the last 24 hours. We want to apologize for this. We recently made some updates to our site which triggered an old data base to send out multiple emails. We are hoping this doesn’t happen again.

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MCC grad leads the world’s leaders

July 21, 2012
MCC grad leads the world’s leaders

By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief CUSTER TWP. — When I was a kid, my family spent a lot of time at the Eikenberry farm on East Conrad Road. Phil Eikenberry was a classmate, customer and friend of my dad’s. Phil died in 2007 but his children continue to own their father’s farm. I have been following his son, Kevin the past…

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Cox says he’s alive thanks to small town angels

July 18, 2012

Diana and Richard Cox in front of their store in downtown Scottville

Story & Photo by Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief

SCOTTVILLE – “I could be a widow sitting here in this store right now,” Diana Cox said, sitting in her office at Cox’s Sales & Services in downtown Scottville. “I could be if it wasn’t for some guardian angels.”

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