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Letter to the Editor: It’s not all about beauty.

July 29, 2016
Letter to the Editor: It’s not all about beauty.

Letter to the Editor by Shelby Soberalski, Miss Ludington Area 2016. I have honestly and truly enjoyed being Miss Ludington Area 2016. I love this community and being able to serve it in such a positive way. With all the things I’ve learned and done so far, I’d like to let everyone know that being Miss Ludington is a lot…

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Reader frustrated by lack of concern for abandoned chicken.

July 18, 2016

Dear Editor, I received quite a shock tonight.  I clean a local business office on a weekly basis.  I actually almost forgot to clean it this weekend, and then at 6 o’clock tonight, I suddenly remembered.  I got food, went to the office, ate my dinner quickly, and got down to cleaning. The last step was to take the garbage that the…

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Letter to the editor: An accepting community.

June 14, 2016

Dear Editor, My husband, son and myself are in Florida on vacation as I write this. The morning after we arrived, we awoke to the tragic news of the mass shooting that took place 20 miles from where we are staying. The coverage of the event has been on about every TV channel. Last night they held a vigil with…

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Congressman speaks out against President’s gun control plan.

January 19, 2016
Congressman speaks out against President’s gun control plan.

Letter to the Editor, by Rep. Dan Benishek, Michigan’s 1st Congressional District.  Some of the fondest memories of my youth involve heading out into the woods western Upper Peninsula to hunt with friends and family.  My father had been killed in a mining accident when I was a kid, but I learned to hunt and shoot from people in our community…

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State Rep. Franz reflects on 2015.

December 17, 2015
State Rep. Franz reflects on 2015.

A letter to the editor by State Rep. Ray Franz (Republican-Onekama), 101st House District.  I would like to thank my family, friends and all those living in the 101st House District for their sincere support over the past year. I have been blessed with the opportunity of serving in the Michigan House of Representatives for nearly five years now and…

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Just east of the Custer village limits, along First Street, is Pine Ridge Farm. Dan Wolf’s grandfather started growing asparagus here in the 1960s. Today, Dan and his wife, Allyson, continue that tradition and grows 100 acres of asparagus. Five years ago they decided to diversify their farm and learned about the up and coming hop industry.

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#MasonCountyAgriculture #TheLand By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. CUSTER TOWNSHIP — Over the past decade there has been a rapid growth of microbreweries and brewpubs across the United States. Michigan is ranked as the fifth largest state in terms of number of breweries. As that industry grows, so does the need for the crops that make the beer. One of the key ingredients is hops. [ 906 more words ]

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