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Missing Oceana County Man

Police are searching for a missing Oceana County man. 50-year-old Jack Edward Kokx, of Crystal Township, has been missing since his release from the Mason County Jail in May of last year. His family reported the incident last week. Police indicate that Kokx's Bridge Card hasn't been used since August. Kokx is described as a 5-foot-7 white male with brown hair and brown eyes and weighs around 145 pounds. If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Jack Edward Kokx contact the Oceana County Sheriff's Office at 231-873-2121.

Ash Collection & Conveyance System Arrives / Online Reservations Now Available for Badger

The second phase of the 2-phase ash retention system aboard the S.S. Badger is scheduled to begin this week in earnest.

The conveyor system has been delivered and the new system will be in place and operational for the maiden voyage of our 2015 sailing season on May 15.

Visit the website often as updates and photos pertaining to this milestone will be featured on the "News and Noteworthy" page of the website. www.ssbadger.com

Lake Michigan carferry is excited to announce that online reservations are now available for the 2015 sailing season! Starting today you can visit the website and make your travel plans for the 2015 sailing season.

SPECIAL ROLLBACK PRICING IS ONCE AGAIN BEING OFFERED! FOR A LIMITED TIME, ADULT ONE-WAY FARES ARE ONLY $59!!! 

Visit www.ssbadger.com website to view the 2015 sailing season schedule. 

Representative Franz in Ludington Today

Representative Ray Franz will be in Ludington this evening. Franz is scheduled to speak at 7pm at the Ludington City Hall to discuss the new transportation bill. He will answer any questions that residents may have regarding the proposal and how it will affect Mason County. However, most of the presentation will cover the details of the new law. More meetings are expected to be held in the near future. To contact Franz and his office staff about any issues regarding state government call toll free 1-855-347-8101 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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