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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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Around the County: Garden Tractor Pullin’.

September 28, 2020

Around the County: Garden Tractor Pullin’. SCOTTVILLE — The Western Michigan Old Engine Club held its monthly garden tractor pull this past weekend at its club grounds located at the Riverside Park. An antique tractor pull is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3. Another garden tractor pull will be Saturday, Oct. 10 at 1 p.m. Admission is free.…

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‘Person of interest’ developed in counterfeit money scam.

March 22, 2019

‘Person of interest’ developed in counterfeit money scam. #MasonCountyCrime SCOTTVILLE – The Scottville Police Department has developed a “person of interest” in a counterfeit money case, according to Sgt. Jason Williams. There were two incidents Wednesday morning, March 20, at Scottville convenience stores of a person attempting to pass a fake $100 bill, Williams said. The bills, which are similar…

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Historic Scottville home finds new purpose as retreat center.

June 5, 2018

Historic Scottville home finds new purpose as retreat center. SCOTTVILLE — One of Scottville’s historic homes is now a place intended to inspire creativity. The Reverie Retreat, 110 N. Columbia Ave., opened in March and serves as a self catering retreat center. Owner Becky Alway is marketing the center for creative hobbyists such as quilters, sewers, scrapbookers, and knitters/crocheters. But,…

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Spartan Proud: Jorhie Beadle, cultivating our future farmers. 

December 22, 2017

Spartan Proud: Jorhie Beadle, cultivating our future farmers.  #SpartanProud #MCCSchools. Spartan Proud is sponsored by Mason County Central Schools. This series features alumni of Mason County Central telling their stories. Today we feature Jorhie Beadle, MCC Class of 2012. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. One of the struggles of growing up in a rural community such as Mason County is that…

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