Opinion

LMC official questions columnist’s comments

August 13, 2013

Letter to the Editor. Editor’s Note: On Aug. 5, 2013, Ludington Daily News columnist George Dila wrote a column about asking about what Ludington would be like without the S.S. Badger. Dila is a paid columnist for the newspaper. Terri Brown, Lake Michigan Carferry director of marketing and media relations, asked us to post the following rebuttal:    I am…

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Don’t like the Harvest Festival schedule? Time to help out

August 5, 2013

Our View. An editorial by Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. I’ll never forget my first day of high school at Mason County Central. An all-school assembly was held. Then-principal Bruce Smith got up and gave us the ground rules of the year. I don’t remember much of what Mr. Smith said, except for one thing. He said something that has stuck with…

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Cheers to West Shore Bank! Rhythm & Dunes was class act

August 4, 2013
Cheers to West Shore Bank! Rhythm & Dunes was class act

Our hats go off to West Shore Bank for a successful and entertaining second annual Rhythm & Dunes concert series. Saturday night’s beach night featuring Son of a Sailor Jimmy Buffet tribute band and opening act, Ludington-based Groove 101, entertained a crowd some are estimating as high as 4,000 at Ludington Waterfront Park. Last Saturday’s performance of the Glenn Miller…

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Letter: Great job Jaycees

July 6, 2013

Dear Editor, I want to congratulate the Ludington Area Jaycees and the Ludington community on a spectacular 4th of July celebration.  As the current President of the Michigan JCI Senate, senior organization to the Jaycees, I have had the opportunity to travel to many communities throughout our great state.  I am in awe of this particular Jaycees chapter.  These young…

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Lake Winds Energy Park resulted in road improvements, cooperation

May 13, 2013

Letter to the Editor. By Gary Dittmer, manager/director, Mason County Road Commission.  As a condition to build the Lake Winds Energy Park in Riverton and Summit townships, Consumers Energy Company, the developer, was required to agree to a road use agreement (RUA) as developed by the Mason County Road Commission. The purpose of the RUA was to protect the investment…

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