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Cuban band will sizzle at art center

November 29, 2012
Cuban band will sizzle at art center

LUDINGTON — Hot off its third Grammy nomination for “Best Tropical Album” for “Bach in Havana,” and the release of its newest album, “My Secret Radio,” the sizzling, dance-inducing Cuban music group, Tiempo Libre, will perform and throw one big Cuban party at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts, courtesy of the West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series,…

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Morning accident

November 28, 2012
Morning accident

HAMLIN TWP — A 44-year old man received minor injuries following a single vehicle crash at the intersection if Decker and Sherman roads this morning. Emergency personnel on the scene said the man told them he had a diabetic emergency and became incoherent. He was traveling east in Decker when his truck slide off the road. Side roads remain slippery…

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Cole appointed undersheriff

November 28, 2012
Cole appointed undersheriff

LUDINGTON — Sgt. Kim Cole will become Mason County undersheriff, effective Friday. Cole is the sheriff-elect and for the past three weeks has been serving as a desk sergeant, learning administrative duties of the department. In a department email, Sheriff Jeff Fiers announced Cole would be replacing Undersheriff Tom Trenner, who is retiring effective Friday. Trenner has served as undersheriff…

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Beckman and Holmes return to broadcast Orioles basketball

November 27, 2012
Beckman and Holmes return to broadcast Orioles basketball

LUDINGTON – Rod Beckman and Joe Holmes are back on the air, this time on WMOM, FM 102.7 and www.WMOM.fm/live. The duo, who have a combined 72 years of broadcasting play-by-play Ludington Orioles sports will begin broadcasting tonight from the Ludington girls basketball team’s first game of the season, against Shelby. The game is in Shelby. “This is a high…

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Scottville considers options for baseball’s future

November 26, 2012
Scottville considers options for baseball’s future

City can no longer offset costs SCOTTVILLE – The City of Scottville is taking a serious look at the future of its youth recreation baseball program. During its last meeting, the city’s Parks and Recreation Board decided that the city can no longer afford to operate the program at a loss. “The board would like to see a group of…

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