Rollover Accidents

Several rollovers in the area this morning. Just before 11am, a vehicle rolled over on US-31 near Meisenheimer Road. The Ludington Daily News reports that two people were injured. In Muskegon, six crashes occurred on southbound US-31 near Sternberg Road. They all involved a semi-trailer. Five people went to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. The highway was closed around 7:30 but was reopened by 9am. Drivers should be cautious of slippery road conditions.

Baldwin Teacher Being Recognized

A Baldwin teacher is receiving  a unique honor on Sunday.  Julie Sherlock of Ludington is  recognized for her work at Baldwin High School at 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.  She receives the "Giant Difference" award for her work as a music teacher.  Ms. Sherlock has been featured on TV news stories in the past several years.  One story detailed a class in traditional African drumming in which students demonstrated their skills.  Julie has also led the music program for a local church.

2014 Turkey Hunt Applications Due

The Michigan DNR wants hunters to know that spring turkey applications are due February 1st. People can purchase an application on for $4 or through a license agent. However, beginning March 1st, all resident and non-resident hunters must purchase a base license. Just over 114,000 licenses are available in the drawing. This year's turkey hunt runs from April 21st  to May 31st.

Charge Against Sarah Knysz in Manistee Co. Dropped

The one charge against Sarah Knsyz in Manistee County has been dropped. The 21-year-old was being charged with unlawfully driving away a motor vehicle in the Trooper Butterfield case... but it was dropped on Monday. Knysz and her husband, Eric, were arrested in Manistee County after shooting and killing State Trooper Paul Butterfield on September 9th. In Mason County, Knysz was sentenced two to five years in prison for accessory to murder. 

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