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Tourists Flock To Frozen Tahquamenon Falls

It’s quite a scene right now at the Tahquamenon Falls in the eastern Upper Peninsula. Kevin Dennis, Unit Supervisor at the Tahquamenon Falls State Park, says that the falls are almost completely frozen over, with only one small channel of water remaining open. He says the rest of the “upper …

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Schuette To Undergo Surgery

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is scheduled to go under the knife. The 61-year-old Schuette will have a left hip replacement due to his lifelong affection for skiing, running and basketball. Surgery is scheduled for March 16 at MidMichigan Health’s medical center in Midland. Doctors say the surgery normally has …

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Democrats Call For Increased Renewable Energy Standard

Michigan Democrats are calling for increasing the state’s renewable energy standard as Republicans push to eliminate the standard altogether. Democrats, Representative Bill LaVoy of Monroe and Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood of Taylor, who each sit on their respective chambers’ energy committees, have proposed raising the renewable standard from 10 percent by …

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