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Love Ludinton to Offer $500 Grants to Contest Winners

A local contest is underway to help improve our community. Love Ludington is an initiative for residents of Mason County to submit ideas for projects and programs to make Ludington a better place. The contest is open to anyone with plans that could benefit Mason Cpunty residents, visitors, or nature. A minimum of two contestants will receive $500 grants to help make their ideas into realities. For more information, check out Love Ludington on facebook.

Woman to Face Prison Time for Drunken Car Theft

A Manistee woman is facing 2 to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing and operating an automobile while intoxicated... for the third time. Over the last 10 years Susan Kay Lewis has been arrested three separate times for drunk driving a stolen car and has chalked up a grand total of seven felony convictions dating back as far as 1988. When asked about the issue, Lewis's attorney claimed, "She realizes that she needs to address this matter." 

"Celebrating Success" Tonight in Scottville

Tonight in Scottville over 200 residents and local business owners will be gathered on Main Street for the second annual "Celebrating Success" event. From 4 - 7pm local businesses will be providing free hot dogs with chips and soda as well as a craft station for the kids and some exciting product giveaways. Local band "Cats and Jammers" will be back again this year performing live from Pocket Park during the celebration. Come out, bring the family, and join us in honoring and supporting some of Scottville's new businesses! 

Spectrum Health has Received Eleven Environmental Awards.

Practice Greenhealth has recognized Spectrum Health Systems for its outstanding environmental achievements in the health care sector. 
Among the awards the hospital received, a partner recognition award was given for maintaining a 10% recycle rate for the hospitals total waste stream. 
Greg Soper who heads up the materials management and plant operations departments, helped organize an area wide recycling program for electronic equipment last year. That program had local residents contribute 10 tons or 20,056 lbs of equipment that would have otherwise gone into landfills.
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