Grown Locally

Cronk wins Emmy Award

December 11, 2022

Cronk wins Emmy Award By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief Grown Locally is presented by House of Flavors Restaurant of Ludington and features local entrepreneurs and businesses. LOS ANGELES — On Saturday, Harold David Cronk of Scottville became the second person from Mason County to win an Emmy Award when he received the award for Outstanding Directing for a Multiple Camera Program…

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Nagle to release book on Great Lakes millionaire Eber Ward

October 12, 2022

Nagle to release book on Great Lakes millionaire Eber Ward Grown Locally is presented by House of Flavors Restaurant of Ludington and features local entrepreneurs and businesses.  By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief VICTORY TOWNSHIP — West Shore Community College history professor Michael Nagle has recently completed his second biography on historical figures who impacted the Great Lakes. “The Forgotten Iron King…

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Wayne Dewyer: Professional beach bum, and loving it. 

September 12, 2022

Wayne Dewyer: Professional beach bum, and loving it.  Grown Locally is presented by House of Flavors Restaurant of Ludington and features local entrepreneurs and businesses.  By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. SOMEWHERE IN PERE MARQUETTE LAKE — Wayne Dewyer, 58, lives life on his own terms. A native of Ludington, which serves as his home base, each year Wayne finagles a new…

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Grown Locally: Mac Wood’s Dune Rides

August 29, 2022

Grown Locally: Mac Wood’s Dune Rides Grown Locally is presented by House of Flavors Restaurant of Ludington and features locally owned businesses and locally produced products. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. GOLDEN TOWNSHIP (Oceana County) — Last week our family checked off one of its “local tourist” bucket list items by visiting Mac Wood’s Dune Rides near Silver Lake. This is something…

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Grown Locally: Wilderplay, a nature-based pre-school.

July 26, 2022

Grown Locally: Wilderplay, a nature-based pre-school. Grown Locally is presented by House of Flavors Restaurant of Ludington and features locally owned businesses and locally produced products. By Katie Provenzano, MCP Correspondent VICTORY TOWNSHIP — Wilderplay founder and owner Lisa Cooper combined Native American practices along with European models of forest kindergarten to create a nature-based pre-school experience. Students learn in three types of areas: indoor, outdoor,…

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