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Divers in Lake Michigan today hoping to solve the mystery of a 340-year-old shipwreck
French and American archeologists are on the Lake looking for a ship sailed by the French explorer Robert de La Salle, the Griffin .
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Pedal Across Lower Michigan set to begin 269-mile journey June 23 in Norton Shores
More than 830 cyclists will ride through the Muskegon area starting from the Mona Shores Middle School on Sunday, June 23, as they begin the 32nd Pedal Across Lower Michigan to promote bicycling in the state as a safe form of transportation.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
World's Largest Powerboat Magazine
This is my Lab/Shepard/Husky MIX named Kailie! She is loving the water and likes cruising on the Mississippi River! The sand beaches and scenery are great! German shepherd "Bela" aboard our Four Winns Freedom - Gun Lake, MI Hangs her head low until we get back to shore, then dives off the boat to dryland
Sand sculpting 101: Muskegon-area residents young and old learn how to sculpt sandy creations
A small group of sand-sculpting newbies gathered at P.J. Hoffmaster State Park Sunday under partly overcast skies to learn tips and tricks from a professional expert.
Detroit Free Press
Business roundup: Post to create nearly 100 jobs
The Birchglen leaving the lock, and is downbound. In June of 2013, this is still an active freighter.
Readers recall times spent with Dad
Each June we set aside a day to honor the father figure in our lives. However you recognize dad today, take time to recall those memories you'll never forget of time spent together.
A tremendous seiche, a giant hailstone downpour and a shipwreck
A tremendous seiche, a giant hailstone downpour and a shipwreck top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Northern Michigan News
Divers begin Lake Michigan search for Griffin ship
Divers began opening an underwater pit Saturday at a remote site in northern Lake Michigan that they say could be the resting place of the Griffin, a ship commanded by the 17th century French explorer La Salle.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Peg West: It's good to see widespread support for a needed enhancement to Pere Marquette Park
The view of Lake Michigan as a motorist would view it after driving around the curve past Beachwood Park in Muskegon.
Crystal Lake's ABC Supply celebrates 30th anniversary by giving back
CRYSTAL LAKE – ABC Supply Co. Inc.'s Crystal Lake branch, 171 Erick St., will celebrate its 30th anniversary by giving back to its customers and the community.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Lansing State Journal
Diggin' Michigan's dunes
When you dig your hands and feet into the sand of one of Michigan's towering dunes, you're participating in thousands of years of history.
Sponsored Content: Car enthusiasts should visit St. Ignace at the end of the month
One of the largest all-make, all-model car shows in the country returns to St. Ignace on June 27 through 29. For that weekend, St. Ignace will not only serve as the gateway to the Upper Peninsula, but the gateway to classic and custom vehicles, and of course, a great time.
Grand Haven Tribune
Cihak steps down
Jim Cihak submitted a letter, dated June 5, notifying township officials that he would be moving out of the area "in the near future" and would be resigning from his trustee position.
The Detroit News
Michigan harbor towns anxious to begin dredging
Russell Dzuba is in a race against time this summer. Call it the race before the race.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Beautiful double rainbow seen over Big Wolf Lake
GRASS LAKE, MI aA A' While in a boat on Big Wolf Lake, Joe and Carol Badgley saw a beautiful streak of colors in the sky.
Key Muskegon Lake industrial site and Michigan Steel Inc. equipment to be auctioned publicly July 10
The next chapter in the history of a Muskegon Lake industrial site most recently home to the defunct Michigan Steel Inc. might be written at a public auction of the property July 10. The Michigan Steel Inc. property is on the east end or right side of this aerial photo, sharing the Muskegon Lake bay with Kirksey and Associates.
Massive Equipment for JH Campbell Plant Renovation...
PORT SHELDON TWP., MI - Massive equipment as part of a 530 million-dollar upgrade of Consumers Energy's JH Campbell Plant off of Lake Michigan in Port Sheldon Township began arriving by barge yesterday.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
West Virginia Metro
Michigan man sentenced for having sex with a minor
According to a release from U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin's Office, Ashlee C. Liebert, 34, of Whitmore Lake, Mich., was sentenced Monday to 12 years in prison followed by 20 years of supervised release.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Ludington Daily News
Dredging begins at Ludington Municipal Marina entrance
Work started Thursday to dredge about 6,700 cubic yards of material from Ludington Municipal Marina.
Ninth Annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Winners Announced
Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com announced the winner of their Ninth Annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress contest sponsored by Charmin today.