Pictures capture the spirit of Ludington in 2017 Calendar

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The City of Ludington will be printing its 3rd annual calendar for residents. Each year the City has held a photo contest where photographers can submit their works for inclusion in the calendar. The  winning cover photo for the 2017 calendar is by Jim Bowman. It depicts a sailboat in the Ludington Harbor on the Crystal Blue waters of Lake Michigan. Community Development Director Heather Tykoski said “Not only is this calendar a useful tool for our residents with helpful hints, meeting times, and important information, it is also a way to highlight the beauty of our area and showcase the work of some talented photographers who capture this beauty”The City of Ludington thanks all of the submissions for their excellent contributions. The submitted photos will be displayed throughout the calendar. Calendars will be delivered to ludington residents via the US Post Office in January. An online version will also be made available at that time.



Theft from David Allen Racing

Troopers from the Michigan State Police are investigating the theft of a side by side ORV from David Allen Racing.   The vehicle was stolen from the business around the beginning of November.   The vehicle is a Polaris Razor, 2 seat vehicle, mostly black with red and white plastic components. The vehicle was equipped with high end accessories. Anyone with information about the theft or location of this vehicle please call the Hart Post at (231) 873-2171. Stolen ORV


A sentencing in the Baby Kate Murder case.

Sean Phillips was sentenced this morning to19-45 years in prison for the second degree murder charge of his daughter Katherine "Baby Kate" Phillips. Phillips will get some credit for time served. The courtroom was packed  and the hearing started 20 minutes late. There were at least 8 news cameras, WMOM represented radio news reporting, a ½ dozen uniformed officers and 2 security guards to escort Sean to and from the courtroom. Prosecutor Donna Penderguest said Phillips created psychological injury on the community and requested 40-75 years.  Defence attorney David Glancey asked the sentence to be reduced to 15-20 years. Sean Phillips has remained silent since he was 1st arrested 5 years ago for the disappearance of his daughter “Baby Kate” Phillips. He was given the opportunity to speak but said “Not at this time your honor.” In the end, Judge Peter Wadel split the difference at 19-45 years. He said he could not see Phillips as an evil person but he was very immature at the time and not ready for a family. Phillips has 42 days to appeal the case.

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