Opinion

A thank you to Mason County Mutts.

January 24, 2022

A thank you to Mason County Mutts. Letters to the editor are opinion editorials submitted by readers. Letters to the editor are a long tradition in American journalism. The views and opinions of the writer do not necessarily reflect those of Mason County Press, its staff or its parent company. For more information, please refer to MCP’s Op/Ed policy. Dear…

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A new chapter for Ludington’s school children begins today.

December 17, 2021

A new chapter for Ludington’s school children begins today. Editorial by Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. Earlier today, my friend Brad Reed posted photos that he took this morning of the three current Ludington Area Schools Elementary buildings: Foster, Franklin and Lakeview. Today is the last day of school for each of those buildings, as students will begin classes in the new…

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Critical care doctor urges people to get COVID vaccine.

December 14, 2021

Critical care doctor urges people to get COVID vaccine. Letters to the editor are opinion editorials submitted by readers. Letters to the editor are a long tradition in American journalism. The views and opinions of the writer do not necessarily reflect those of Mason County Press, its staff or its parent company. For more information, please refer to MCP’s Op/Ed…

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Scottville to consider repealing recreational marijuana ban.

November 16, 2021

Scottville to consider repealing recreational marijuana ban. By Rob Alway Editor’s note: Rob Alway is a Scottville city commissioner and editor-in-chief/owner of Mason County Press. This article serves as an op-ed, including some opinion as an elected official. The Scottville City Commission is considering repealing its current ordinance that prohibits the sale of recreational marijuana in the city. This is…

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Scottville to consider updating truck route. 

November 3, 2021

Scottville to consider updating truck route.  By Rob Alway Editor’s note: Rob Alway is a Scottville city commissioner and editor-in-chief/owner of Mason County Press. This article serves as an op-ed, including some opinion as an elected official.  SCOTTVILLE — The Scottville City Commission is considering changing the city’s truck routes, which would include limiting truck traffic on Main Street north…

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