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HARBOR SPRINGS — The future for the Harbor Springs High School girls’ track team appears to be bright. With 124 total points, the Rams took top honors at the Kiwanis 9-10 Invitational Monday at Reynolds Field in Harbor Springs. Nine...
TOWER — Brenda Archambo fell in love with sturgeon when she was 6 years old and first looked into one's eyes. "It looked like a dinosaur," she said. For the 15th year, a group of volunteers called the Sturgeon Guard will protect the prehistoric...
PETOSKEY — A few years ago Peggy and Phil Millard were kayaking on Round Lake and saw a pair of loons trying to drive a third away from the lake. "They were charging at it and being aggressive toward it," said Peggy, who lives on the Petoskey-...
South Bend TribuneI’ve always believed we have some of the nation’s best fishing at our doorstep and Bassmaster Magazine agrees. The 500,000-circulation periodical listed the nation’s best bass fishing lakes and six of those lie within 3½ hours of South...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentThe Home Builders Association of St. Joseph Valley Spring Builders Showcase opens Saturday amid accelerating recovery in the housing market. "Our builders have a smile on their face," says Ric Oswald, the association's executive officer. "They're...
JACKSONVILLE — It's almost as if the track athletes from Palm Beach Lakes High were introduced to hurdles at birth. The long standing tradition of successful hurdlers really began to develop when coach Jerome Groover came aboard when the school...
INDIAN RIVER — The Inland Lakes High School boys’ track and field team won the Bulldog Invitational Thursday, placing first in five events. The Bulldogs finished with 97.66 points, while Mancelona was second, 94.33; followed by Cheboygan, 88;...
Tags: Track and Field
A federal court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power against a state agency it claimed was illegally forcing the city to waste billions of gallons of precious High Sierra water to control dust on dry...
Tags: Judges, Laws, Trials, Environmental Pollution, Justice System
If you drink schnapps at 56 degrees below zero, be careful. Unless you warm it in your mouth before swallowing, you will burn your throat. The advice came from my father as we stood, clad in thick winter gear, at a remote Alaska lake on a November night...
WSBT-TVMichiana summertime fun often includes spending time outdoors at area lakes. They are a big part of our life, and for some, a source of income. "This is the lowest I have seen the lake was last summer with the drought," says Vaughn Nickell of...
The bright sunshine may not be great for your skin, but there were plenty of people out fishing and fly fishing on the Little Lehigh Creek around lunchtime Thursday. Trout stockings for the spring will end this month, so make sure to check on the...
Tags: Nazareth, Hellertown, Butter, Hokendauqua, Weather
Two senior enlisted leaders with an elite Navy dive unit could face charges of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of two sailors at Aberdeen Proving Ground in February, and others could be charged, the Navy said Wednesday. The chief warrant officer...
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