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McLain State Park Project Pushed To After Labor Day

Michigan Department of Natural Resources officials anticipate the park’s modern toilet-shower building will remain open throughout the 2017 camping season at F.J. McLain State Park. Over the past few years, erosion has been a persistent problem at the park, causing rangers to close some park campsites and other features. Repairs and …

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New Fund Announced To Support Outdoor Recreation

From L’Anse to Ontonagon, from Houghton to Copper Harbor–the Keweenaw has countless opportunities to get outside and enjoy what the area has to offer. Experience the Keweenaw was about just that—getting people out and active, promoting the community and its resources and creating awareness of a new fund. The Keweenaw …

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Tigers Fall, Cut Collins – Monday Sports Update

Click on the bold scores for more details. MLB Jordan Zimmermann’s struggles continued, as the Detroit Tigers lost to the Chicago White Sox 7-3 Sunday. Zimmermann surrendered all seven runs on eight hits over five innings. He gave up three home runs. Warwick Saupold contributed two innings of scoreless relief, …

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MTU to Introduce New Hockey Coach Tuesday

From Michigan Tech Athletics – Michigan Tech will announce its new head hockey coach on Tuesday (May 30). The school will hold a 9:30 a.m. press conference on the concourse level of the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena. Husky hockey fans can watch the press conference for free on Facebook. …

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Finlandia Football Earns Conference Affiliation

From Finlandia University Athletics – Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Commissioner Penny Allen-Cook announced today the addition of Finlandia University as an affiliate member to the conference for football, beginning with the 2018-19 academic year. “We are excited to add Finlandia as a football affiliate member to the MIAA,” said Allen-Cook. …

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