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Scottville Blizzard Blast

January 26, 2012
Scottville Blizzard Blast

By ROB ALWAY, mcp.com editor   SCOTTVILLE — The merchants of Scottville are hoping winter will stick around for at least a few more weeks. Scottville Main Street will hold its first Blizzard Blast on Saturday, Jan. 28 downtown.   The event will begin with a pancake breakfast from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the senior center, followed by a…

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Living Outdoors: Winter is a great time for expos

January 26, 2012
Living Outdoors: Winter is a great time for expos

Living Outdoors By STEVE MARTINEZ   Winter is the time of year when things slow down — way down. Stores are stocking shelves, getting ready for spring and summer. Seasonal workers are wrenching on their equipment, getting ready for thatĀ first bigĀ job of the spring.   For outdoor marketers and outfitters, this is their busy season, doing show after show getting…

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Home Tips with Mike Roberson

January 24, 2012
Home Tips with Mike Roberson

Editor’s Note: Mike Roberson has many years experience in the building trades industry. He is owner of Pioneering Consulting, which specializes in home inspections. Mike and his wife, Becky, live in Amber Township along with their five children. In this column, Home Tips, Mike will talk about what you can do to prepare your house for selling, what to look…

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Permanent location is next step for homeless shelter

January 24, 2012
Permanent location is next step for homeless shelter

By ROB ALWAY mcp.com editor   LUDINGTON — Hospitality in the Name of Christ (INC) is going through a transition. The rotating homeless shelter started three years ago with the concept that it would provide emergency winter shelter at various local churches, utilizing volunteers.   The organization has now reached a crossroads and is starting the search for a permanent…

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C Notes: Recalling the Blizzard of ’78

January 23, 2012
C Notes: Recalling the Blizzard of ’78

Editor’s Note: George C. Wilson grew up in “lower Scottville Heights” in the 1960s and 1970s. George C. is the son of “Big George” Wilson. He has taken the helm of leading the Scottville Clown Band on the street and announcing during concerts as Big George has semi-retired from his 60-plus year duties. I would describe George C. as a…

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Legally Speaking: Consent to search

Betten Baker Ford

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