Quartet crosses ice to N. Manitou
A moment of pure terror surged through Tom Bisbee when the ice cracked beneath his feet. The cold came next as he plunged into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan nearly 1.5 miles from the nearest piece of dry land.Continued ...
- Hearing planned for Garfield theater complex
- 3 injured in separate crashes
- Kingsley oil well erupts in flames
- Quartet crosses ice to N. Manitou
Study: Grass carp pose dangers for Great Lakes
Plant-gorging grass carp probably could survive in all of the Great Lakes, and if they become established, the fish that’s native to Asia might significantly damage the environment, scientists said Monday.Continued ...
- Land offers ideas for alternative to health law
- Actress Hargitay backs Detroit rape kit project
- Plans moving forward for new Detroit-Canada bridge
- Study: Grass carp pose dangers for Great Lakes
Editorial: Plan to power Northport with sun, wind worth try
It’s one thing to debate the merits of renewable energy like wind and solar power. But it’s rare to see the concept put to a real-world test like the one planned for Northport.Continued ...
- Letters to the Editor: 03/11/2014
- Another View: Industry support of e-cigs deserves skepticism
- Cheers: 03/10/2014
- Editorial: Plan to power Northport with sun, wind worth try
- Opinion Poll
Weber leads East Jordan past St. Francis
Three games, three wins. The East Jordan Red Devils rolled into Traverse City and beat St. Francis for the third time this season, handing the Gladiators a 67-57 loss in a Class C regional semifinal Monday night.Continued ...
- Oilers drill Titans, 74-53
- Panthers advance, 70-51
- Givens, Schrank earn first-team All-State
- Weber leads East Jordan past St. Francis
Airline explains canceled flight
Airline passengers on a canceled flight from Detroit to Cherry Capital Airport received bad information when told the Traverse City airport was closed for business, an airline spokesman said.Continued ...
- Downtown retail in high demand
- Sports business nets new owners
- Fred Goldenberg: Putting the 'pot' in 'potholes' and other ideas
- Airline explains canceled flight
How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness
When a mysterious disease fells people - as happened in California recently, with as many as 20 children experiencing unexplained paralysis - teams of physicians and epidemiologists quickly mobilize. Perhaps you saw the movie "Contagion"? The idea is to find the culprit before it spreads but also to prevent public panic.
March 11, 2014
- First Apple, now Google hit with kids' app lawsuit
- VIDEO: First month of Colorado pot legalization brought in $2M in tax revenue
- How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness