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‘Thin blue line’ flag stolen from trooper’s memorial site.

May 1, 2017

‘Thin blue line’ flag stolen from trooper’s memorial site. #MasonCountyNews #PoliceNews. FREE SOIL TOWNSHIP — A “thin blue line” flag was stolen over the weekend from the memorial site on North Custer Road dedicated to Michigan State Police Trooper Paul Butterfield who was killed in the line of duty in 2013, according to Sgt. Charles Hockanson of the MSP Hart…

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79th District Court arraignments include drug offenses.

April 19, 2017

79th District Court arraignments include drug offenses. #MasonCountyCourtNews By Alan Neushwander, Contributing Writer. LUDINGTON — The following were recently arraigned in 79th District Court: Felonies -Jeremy Michael Gagliardo, 35, of 3690 N. Taylor Rd., Sheridan Township, was arrested Apr. 6 by the State, Sheriff, and City Enforcement of Narcotic Team (SSCENT) on felony charges of delivery/manufacture of controlled substance and…

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Rural fire authority sees slight increase in 2016 responses.

March 3, 2017

Rural fire authority sees slight increase in 2016 responses. #MasonCountyNews. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. CUSTER — The seven fire departments in the Mason County Rural Fire Authority saw a slight overall increase in responses in 2016 compared to 2015, responding to a total of 990 calls; in 2015 the authority responded to 936 calls. . The rural fire authority consists…

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Credit/debit card fraud, auto theft among arraignments.

March 3, 2017

Credit/debit card fraud, auto theft among arraignments. #MasonCountyCourtNews. By Alan Neushwander, Contributing Writer. The following were recently arraigned in 79th District Court: Felonies Trenton Joseph Espinola, 20, no address listed, was arrested Feb. 23 by the Ludington Police Department (LPD) on two counts of illegal possession of a financial transaction device (credit/debit card/bank account) and fourth-offense habitual offender.  Preliminary hearing: …

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New treatment benefits people with Parkinson’s disease.

March 1, 2017

New treatment benefits people with Parkinson’s disease. #MasonCountyHealthCare. LUDINGTON — A new rehabilitation treatment method at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital, known as “LSVT BIG,” is showing large benefits for people with Parkinson’s disease. While there is not yet a complete cure for Parkinson’s, treatment often helps people manage the chronic movement disorder and enjoy a better quality of life. One…

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