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Michigan black bears soon will be rising from hibernation and searching for a replenishing meal.
What is it about hockey that makes a 13-year-old kid skate so hard you’d think his or her heart could burst?
The Elks Lodge 1705 building, which had a partial roof collapse on January 24, is under repair.
ollowing boards, commissions, committees and councils will hold public meetings next month.
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The cold, fresh waters of the Great Lakes are literally littered with shipwrecks – pieces of history capturing chapters of a time when transport by water was as important as transport by land. Some, like the Syracuse, recall the Great Lakes’ sailing heyday when goods...read more
Snowmobile club trail crews continue working to clear trees and branches from trails in the Upper Peninsula in the wake of recent snow and ice storms.read more
By Bill Cook According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, wildlife watching in Michigan is estimated to be a two-plus billion-dollar activity. Birding, alone, attracts about two million people. In the high altitude economic picture, these aren’t huge numbers but...read more