Michigan, Sports

Toyota Bassmaster, Escanaba Begins Today

No Comments 18 September 2014

Escanaba and the Bays de Noc area of Upper Michigan is where the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship kicks off today. For updates go to the  Toyota Bassmaster web site here. The following from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Michigan to host Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship Sept. 18-21 Today, bass [...]

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Michigan Weekly Fishing Report, 9/18/14

No Comments 18 September 2014

The following fishing report from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. There’s still plenty of time to fish.  Weekly Fishing Tip: Finding monster muskie in the fall Known as “the fish of a thousand casts,” the muskellunge can be a tough species to target. Have you always wanted to catch a big one? Check out [...]

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Drive-Through Funeral Home

No Comments 15 September 2014

We thought we seen everything. Drive through funeral home. If a person wasn’t close to their parent or friend, they can just do a drive by last visit! SAGINAW — A Saginaw funeral home is offering an unusual new convenience for mourners — a drive-through viewing window. The Saginaw News reports Paradise Funeral Chapel has installed [...]

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Michigan Flags Lowered Half-Staff, Monday 9/15/14

No Comments 14 September 2014

The following from the Governor of Michigan. Gov. Rick Snyder lowers flags to honor firefighter William Russell Wiita LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today ordered U.S. flags within the state Capitol Complex and on all state buildings to be lowered to half-staff on Monday Sept. 15 in honor of William Russell Wiita, assistant fire chief [...]

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U. P. Success, Seen First Hand

No Comments 14 September 2014

On a recent trips to the U.P. of Michigan,  Rick Snyder saw first hand success stories of businesses and jobs for the people of Michigan. The following from Gov. Rick Snyder and Reinventing Michigan. Michigan’s the place to be! More and better jobs are being created in Michigan, and Governor Snyder saw signs of success [...]

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Heart Health Issues Conference, Houghton 9/26/14

No Comments 14 September 2014

Do you think you may have heart issues, including coronary disease? Do you know the risks of heart disease? Are you concerned with a friend or family member concerning heart disease? Friday, September 26, at the Magnuson Hotel in Houghton, a heart presentation will be held with Dr. John Pap. Dr Pap is from Marquette [...]

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G M Halts Corvette Sales

No Comments 12 September 2014

Another defect, another problem with General Motors. This time, problems with the Corvette. Washington — General Motors Co. told its dealers to halt sales of about 2,800 new Chevrolet Corvettes for possible defects. In recent months, GM has issued similar stop sales before issuing new recalls. GM spokesman Alan Adler declined to confirm the Detroit automaker [...]

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MIS Spirit Of America Blood Drive Saves Lives

No Comments 12 September 2014

As Americans across the country observed 9/11, those who made the trip to Michigan International Speedway yesterday lined up to help save lives for others.  MIS in conjunction with Michigan Blood held their annual blood drive, the Spirit of America Blood Drive.  All who were involved and all who attended the special event were also [...]

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Michigan Flags Lowered Friday For Sen. George Steeh Sr

No Comments 11 September 2014

The following from the Governor of Michigan. Governor orders flags lowered Friday, Sept. 12 to honor former state Sen. George Steeh Sr. LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered U.S. flags within the state Capitol Complex to be lowered to half-staff Friday, Sept. 12, in honor of former state Sen. George Steeh Sr., of [...]

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Michigan Lowering Flags For 9/11

No Comments 10 September 2014

Never forget 9/11. The following from Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. Governor Rick Snyder today called for the lowering of all U.S. flags to half-staff on all state buildings and within the state capitol complex for Patriot’s Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance, September 11, 2014. Flags should be returned to their full staff [...]

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