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SCCENT Makes Five Unrelated Drug Busts in One Day

On Wednesday SCCENT detectives made five arrests in unrelated events.

Tommy Watts a  33 year old from Muskegon was arrested on warrants of two counts of Delivery of Cocaine.

Eric Carroll, 31 and Jeffery Kapala, 29 of Scottville were arrested for possession of meth and amphetamine both are felonies.

An Unnamed 30 year old Manistee woman was arrested for possession of cocaine, a felony.

An Unnamed 66 year old Manistee man was arrested for one count possession of Cocaine and one count Possession of Marijuana.


Haskell Historic Preservation Award Taking Applicants

Applications are now being accepted for the Mason County Haskell Historic Preservation Award.

The objective of the award is to promote awareness and interest in Mason County's architectural heritage.

Any person, building or business who has made efforts in time, money, restorations, etc. that are sympathetic to historic values are all eligible.

Application may be obtained by calling 231 843 4808 . Anyone wishing to nominate a potential building is encouraged to also call the historical Society. Application deadline is November 11th.


West Shore Community College Seeking New Board Member

The College is seeking an individual to fill a vacancy on the Board of Trustees. Trustee Phyllis Cowden announced her intent to resign on December 1, 2015, due to a change in residency for a portion of the year.  She served four years of a six-year term. The candidate will be appointed to serve until 2016 and will be eligible to run in the 2016 general election for the remaining two years of the term. 

The board of trustees is accepting applications to fill the vacancy created by Cowden’s resignation. Applicants must be a registered voter of the WSCC college district and submit a letter of interest and resume to the President’s Office by 5 p.m, November 2.

The West Shore Community College Board of Trustees is comprised of seven members who serve without compensation. 

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