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Work continues on Badger dock

December 15, 2023

Work continues on Badger dock Story and photos by Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief LUDINGTON — Work continues on the replacing the carferry dock and its counterweight structures. Mild late fall weather has likely helped to progress the work. On July 21, the counterweight structure on the port side of the Ludington dock failed, which rendered the apron ramp non-operational and caused…

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The Makers: Mike Anderson, tactical artist.

June 15, 2019

The Makers: Mike Anderson, tactical artist. #TheMakers The Makers Series is a semi-monthly series brought to you by Preferred Credit Union. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief “Maker” the word according to Merriam-Webster means, “one who makes” and according to Urban Dictionary, “those who love to create things in their spare time.” Mason County Press is looking around the local areas to find…

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Drowning victim’s body recovered from PM Lake.

June 18, 2018

Drowning victim’s body recovered from PM Lake. #MasonCountyNews LUDINGTON — The body of Jay Phillip Cutter, 38, of Manistee County, was recovered from Pere Marquette Lake Monday, June 18, at 8:46 p.m. after drowning Sunday evening, according to Ludington Police Chief Mark Barnett. Cutter jumped off a boat, attempting to retrieve an inner tube, while boating with two other adults…

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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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Deputy Lamb’s fawn.

May 29, 2018

Deputy Lamb’s fawn By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. GRANT TOWNSHIP — A fawn that lost its mother was most likely saved today by Mason County Sheriff Dep. Adam Lamb. Lamb said he was on patrol on North Quarterline Road, near Forest Trail, when he spotted the fawn running into the road and then into the weeds. “Something just didn’t seem right,”…

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