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PM Township board to decide on food truck ordinance.

August 7, 2020

PM Township board to decide on food truck ordinance. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — The Pere Marquette Charter Township Board of Trustees is expected to take action Tuesday, Aug. 11, on a proposed mobile food business ordinance. There will be a public hearing prior to the board’s decision. The proposed ordinance had its first reading during the…

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Weapons charges among recent arraignments. 

August 7, 2020

Weapons charges among recent arraignments.  By Alan Neushwander. Contributing Writer. LUDINGTON — The following were recently arraigned in Mason County’s 79th District Court: Felonies -Jeffrey Jacob Alan Little, 27, of 7579 W. Six Mile Rd., Irons, was arrested August 3 by the Scottville Police Department (SPD) on a felony charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Probable cause hearing: Aug. 12…

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79th District Court sentencings, posted Aug. 7, 2020

August 7, 2020

79th District Court sentencings, posted Aug. 7, 2020 By Alan Neushwander. Contributing Writer. LUDINGTON — The following were recently sentenced in Mason County’s 79th District Court: -Sean Russell Daugherty, 36, of 210 E. Filer St., Apt. 3, Ludington, pleaded guilty Aug. 5 to third degree retail fraud, malicious destruction of property and operating without a license and was sentenced to…

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Vehicle break-ins in Scottville.

August 7, 2020

Vehicle break-ins in Scottville. #MasonCountyCrime The police news is a presentation of Lenz-Balder Insurance, offering Nationwide Insurance, 201 E. Court St., Ludington, 231-845-6279, www.lenzbalderins.com. SCOTTVILLE — Mason County sheriff’s deputies responded Thursday, Aug. 6, to reports of several vehicles that had been broken into overnight, Aug. 5, in the 400 block of North Thomas Street, according to Mason County Sheriff…

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Splash pad re-opens

August 5, 2020

LUDINGTON — The Ludington Splash Pad has been re-opened after being closed for a day due to a complaint made by a citizen alleging the use of the facility was in violation of Gov. Whitmer’s 160th executive order. The city’s Facebook page stated the following today: “Monday morning the City of Ludington and the Attorney General’s office were contacted with…

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