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A Body Was Found on the Beach in Manistee Along With Hazardous Chemicals

The body of a 27 year-old Mancelona man was found on First Street Beach in Manistee on Sunday. Also along the beach with the body was hazardous chemicals, according to the Manistee Police Department.

Today it was released that the substance was sodium azide. When Sodium azide is mixed with water, it releases a toxic gas that can be lethal. Consuming the mixture can also be toxic and lethal as well.

Members of the Grand Traverse County hazardous materials team and industrial environmental services experts have assessed all sites and belongings that may have been exposed to the chemicals and have performed any necessary cleaning or disposal. There is no threat of harm to the public.

Kathy Wiejaczka Joined us MOM's Morning Crew on Monday

Kathy Wiejaczka joined us on MOM's Morning Crew on Monday. She is running as the Democratic candidate for the 101st District State house seat. She is running against Jack O'Malley in the upcoing election.

You can hear the full interview below in the media section of the page.

WMOM Ludington Mayoral Debate 10/23

WMOM hosted a debate for the two candidates for Mayor Steve Miller and Bill Dustman. They joined us at 9 AM to have interviews and debate each other in various topics. You can listen to that audio below in the media section of this post...

Don't forget that general election candidates from both state and local, contested races will be interviewed at a public forum later today at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts, beginning at 6 p.m.

WMOM Shines Spotlight on Ludington 4th Ward City Council Seat Race

Over the past week on WMOM, we’ve been interviewing local politicians involved in competitive races. Last week we spoke with both candidates for the Ludington 5th ward council seat. Now its time to focus on the 4th Ward. This morning we had Cheri Stibitz-Rozell on with MOM's Morning Crew. She is going up against Kandi Fugere for the 4th ward council seat in the upcoming election. Our coverage will continue next week when we have both candidates running for Mayor of Ludington on Tuesday, October 23rd.

You can hear the Cheri Stibitz Rozell audio below in the Media section.

 

WMOM Continues to Interview Local Politicians in Competitive Races

Over the past week we’ve been interviewing local politicians involved in competitive races. Last week we spoke with both candidates for the Ludington 5th ward council seat. Today we talked to Chuck Lange who wants to retain his seat on the Mason County Board. Mr. Lange is currently the chairman. That interview took place at 8:30 this morning with the Morning Crew.

You can hear that audio below in the Media section.


Tomorrow and Friday this week we will be talking to both candidates for the 4th ward seat on the city council.

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