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Photos: Manistee pizzeria pays it forward with cooking class

MANISTEE — Anyone who took a morning stroll past the Armory Youth Project in Manistee this week may have caught a whiff of some tantalizing aromas. The Taste of River Street camp has had Manistee County students whipping up a variety of culinary delights since Monday. "The Taste of...
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Volunteer project helps maintain homes in Manistee, Benzie counties

BENZIE COUNTY — Volunteers with St. Andrews Presbyterian Church once again helped Manistee and Benzie county residents in need stay “warmer, safer and drier” free of charge. According to Judy Harnish, coordinator for the 2022 St. Andrews Mission Project, volunteers did home repairs at about 12 different...

SHERIFF'S CORNER: The laws we follow, revisted

The Irons Flea Roast is over after a two year hiatus and now onto Luther Days. The Flea Roast was a great success, but I can't help but mention the "Flea Roast Bingo" card I found with squares like: duct taped footwear, matching tattoos, Browning tattoo, tie dye anything, beer before noon, kids under 5 alone, one person with two beers, tramp stamp, overalls with no shirt, more than 3 facial piercings, flip flops with socks, homecut wife beater, and multicolored rainbow hair. Hey, I just found the card ... I didn't write it.

Growers, community come together to build fruit research station in west central Michigan

What now serves as a staple to the agricultural community of west central Michigan was nothing more than a conversation four years ago. In 2018, a small group of fruit and vegetable growers gathered to discuss a proposal by Andy Riley, a grower at Riley Orchards in Mears. The fifth-generation-family farm grows asparagus, tart cherries, sweet cherries, peaches and apples.

6-foot waves forecast for some Lake Michigan beaches on Thursday

Up to 6-foot waves are forecast along the Lake Michigan shoreline today, posing possible danger to swimmers, the National Weather Service, Grand Rapids said. The hazardous beach conditions expected Thursday, June 29, include waves of 3 to 6 feet and dangerous currents from St. Joeseph to Manistee, according to NWS. However, the greatest threat will be north Holland.

Manistee teen to open sports card shop in Manistee

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Up North Collectors Sports Cards & More will be holding its grand opening on Friday, and patrons can expect to see an assortment of sports cards and memorabilia within the walls of 237 River St. in Manistee. "It's been...

Inside The Kitchen at STIX in Ludington

STIX is no stranger to Ludington, it’s been around since 1954. “Originally it was a corner bar and it became a hangout spot for all the locals, and I watched it grow and I watched it also over the past few years, kind of deteriorate,” said the owner, Andy Reimer.

Unique items can be found at Forest Festival craft fair, marketplace

MANISTEE — Anyone looking for the quality artwork, crafts and unique collector type items will have two venues to find them during the Manistee National Forest Festival. The Manistee World of Arts and Crafts event that has been wowing people for nearly five decades with artwork and crafts to purchase.

Forest Festival offers dance, talent show just for kids

MANISTEE — Children from all age groups will have the opportunity to partake in several fun events during the Manistee National Forest Festival. The Armory Youth Project will be hosting a free dance called "Summer Crush" from 7-9 p.m. on July 1 outside its First Street location near the beach. The dance is open to all kids from grades 6-12.

O’Hagan puts aside his badge, takes up fitness teaching

SCOTTVILLE–John O’Hagan once wore a badge and carried a gun. And now he’s an instructor for the police academy. Back in the day, he was a sergeant for the Manistee County Sheriff’s Department. Later, he became Undersheriff and then assumed the top job as the Sheriff.