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Name of man killed in manistee accident released

Wednesday, a tan or gold SUV turned into the wrong lane on US-31 in Manistee resulting the the collision of two other vehicles. Dean Horaszewski was killed as a result of the accident. The Manistee sheriff is following up on tips received regarding the tan or gold SUV that left the scene.  If anyone has any information on this accident of the unknown vehicle or driver, please contact the sheriff's office at (231) 723-8393.

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White Pine Village prepares for opening

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The Mason County Historical Society is seeking volunteers to prepare the village for the May 6th opening. They are in need of volunteers to clean buildings, do yard work and other tasks to aid in opening of the village. The Mason County Historical Society is planning four work-bees, Thursdays, April 6 and 13, and two Saturdays, April 22 and 29, will be set aside to work on cleaning the buildings and grounds and decorating for our 41st summer of operations.  If you are interested but cannot attend the scheduled work bees, you can contact the society to set up a time that is convenient for you by calling 843-4808

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Manistee Sheriff seeking unidentified driver

 

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Wednesday evening, a tan SUV pulled out of the Big Al’s parking lot, heading south on US-31 in the northbound lane. The driver pulled back into Big Al’s parking lot to avoid collision with a ‘94 Oldsmobile Cutlass. The Oldsmobile driver, a 49 year old Manistee native also swerved to avoid the SUV, resulting in a collision with an oncoming 99’ Chevy Suburban driven by a 24 year old man from onekama. The 49 year old oldsmobile driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The Onekama man and his 4 year old son were treated at West Shore Medical Center with minor injuries.

The Manistee County Sheriff is seeking assistance from the public in locating and identifying the tan or gold SUV that left the scene. If anyone has any information on this accident or of the unknown vehicle or driver, please contact the sheriff's office at (231) 723-8393.

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