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WSCC professor to discuss Electoral College

March 4, 2024

WSCC professor to discuss Electoral College LUDINGTON — West Shore Community College professor of history and political science Michael Nagle will speak about the Electoral College during the monthly meeting of the Mason County Democratic Party on Thursday, March 7. The free program will take place beginning at 7 p.m. in the West Shore Bank Room of the Ludington branch…

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American Legion to close for meetings March 9

March 1, 2024

American Legion to close for meetings March 9 LUDINGTON — American Legion Post #76, Edwin H. Ewing, will be closed on Saturday, March 9 until about 3 p.m. due to District 9 meetings. Meetings are open to Legion members. The schedule is as follows: Auxiliary, 10:30 a.m.; district regular executive board, 11 a.m.; lunch, noon, regular general meeting, 1 p.m.…

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Community Foundation recaps 2023 grants

February 29, 2024

Community Foundation recaps 2023 grants The Community Foundation for Mason County has supported the community for 35 years, and 2023 was no different. School behavioral health telemedicine. Art supplies and lessons for underserved children and adults. Community access to the Pere Marquette River. Community center feasibility study. Meade Township pickleball courts. Home help aides for adults with disabilities. WSCC, CTE & Me…

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Final state park lantern walk is Saturday

February 29, 2024

Final state park lantern walk is Saturday HAMLIN TOWNSHIP — The Friends of the Ludington State Park will hold the final lantern-lit walk of the season on Saturday, March 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. The event may be the last lantern-lit walk for the next year since the state park is scheduled to be closed next winter for construction.…

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Library program to discuss state of Democratic Party

February 28, 2024

Library program to discuss state of Democratic Party LUDINGTON — The Mason County District Library (MCDL), Abondia Center, and partner libraries throughout Michigan, will host Paul Pierson, professor of political science at  University of California, Berkeley, presenting his ideas on what’s ahead for the Democratic Party on Tuesday,    March 5.. Part of the Cairns & Beacons: Finding Our Way…

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