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Couple arrested for illegal entry

Early Saturday morning deputies were called to Old Camp Sauble on a suspicious vehicle call. A 39 year old Manistee man and a 33 year old Manistee woman were found hiding under a stairwell in a building. Both were arrested for illegal entry.

Youth go for a ride

A 14 year old ludington resident was arrested and turned over to juvenile court authorities Friday morning after a traffic stop. The 14 year old driver was cited for operating without a license and being a minor in possession of alcohol. The 17 year old passenger was also cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol as well as allowing a minor to operate a motor vehicle.

City welcomes photos

The City is now preparing to release its 4th edition of the City Calendar in 2018. The calendar will continue to include dates and times for City Council meetings and major City Committees meetings, upcoming events and activities, tax and utility billing and much more. In addition to the valuable information, the City Calendar has become a place to showcase the beauty of our area via photos submitted by photographers (both professional and novice). The City of Ludington has announced another photo cover contest. Photos selected will be featured throughout the City Calendar and one photographer will be featured as the cover photo for the 2018 Calendar. To submit photos or events, please email Heather at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . All photo submissions will require a photo release form.

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2017 winner by Jim Bowman

Brandon Road study to be released

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The Army Corps of Engineers have notified Congress they will release the Brandon Road Study on August 7th.  "This assessment will provide critical information on how to best prevent Asian Carp from entering the Great Lakes ecosystem.” Said Congressman Bill Huizenga, co-chair of the House Great Lakes Task Force, “Republicans and Democrats have worked in a bipartisan manner to get the Administration to release this document. While the scheduled release of the Brandon Road Study is an important and positive step, it is my hope that we can continue to build upon this bipartisan foundation to enact policies that will protect the Great Lakes.”

Serial robber caught

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The man suspected in three robberies in Muskegon, Oceana and Newaygo counties has been caught. Early Saturday morning, Deputy Christian Herremans from the Muskegon County Sheriff office was on routine patrol when he saw the suspect fleeing the Speedway gas station and store with a duffle bag full of money. After a small interaction, the suspect was taken into custody. The getaway driver was also apprehended later saturday morning.

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