Posts Tagged ‘ Mason County Press ’

Full Court Press: MCC football coach Scott Briggs. 

October 14, 2020

Full Court Press: MCC football coach Scott Briggs.  Full Court Press is a presentation of House of Flavors, Inc. and Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital Orthopedics.  SCOTTVILLE — Today on MCP’s Full Court Press, Toni Swinehart speaks with Mason County Central Varsity Football Coach Scott Briggs.  Please consider helping to fund local news. Mason County Press and Oceana County Press are…

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The Makers: Mike Anderson, tactical artist.

June 15, 2019

The Makers: Mike Anderson, tactical artist. #TheMakers The Makers Series is a semi-monthly series brought to you by Preferred Credit Union. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief “Maker” the word according to Merriam-Webster means, “one who makes” and according to Urban Dictionary, “those who love to create things in their spare time.” Mason County Press is looking around the local areas to find…

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2 join Media Group 31/MCP sales team.

February 13, 2017

2 join Media Group 31/MCP sales team. SCOTTVILLE — Rachel Gale and Felicia Samuels are the latest to join the Media Group 31 sales team, effective today, Monday, Feb. 13. The two bring with them diverse and extensive knowledge in media sales. Both Rachel and Felicia reside in Hart. Rachel is a graduate of Hart High School and has spent…

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Introducing the MCP app.

January 20, 2017

Introducing the MCP app.  #MCPApp By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. SCOTTVILLE — Five years ago this month Mason County Press was launched to provide this area with a free, online alternative to local news. Over the years, we have continually strived to improve the service we offer to you. Today we take another major step forward by officially launching the MCP…

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Last sailing?

November 2, 2012
Last sailing?

  LUDINGTON — The SS Badger returned home for the last time this year. The fate of the 59-year-old ship now rests in the hands of the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA will decide if it will extend the carferry’s exemption to dump coal ash into Lake Michigan. Photo by John Mickevich

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