Three community acitivists — Peggy Case, Jim Lively and Liz Kirkwood — appeared on “Michigan Matters” and told host Carol Cain their thoughts on how the state is doing in in protecting our rivers, streams and lakes.
In Brightmoor, a new Meijer store is a big deal. The store bring close to 300 good jobs to families in Detroit and much more than that.
The forecast is for bigger winds and faster times.
It’s free to walk along the streets on Mackiniac Island, where you’ll find shops, churches, museums and other buildings. You’ll also see lots of horses and carriages in lieu of cars.
“City Hall can’t bring back Detroit alone,” Bush said.
Technology could bring as many as five million online viewers to the start of the 87th annual Port Huron-to-Mackinac Island boat race, sponsored this year by Bell’s Brewery.
Michigan State Police have determined that body parts discovered near Lake Huron in 2008 belong to a St. Clair man who disappeared on his way home from the Port Huron-to-Mackinac Island race 11 years ago.
Governor Granholm was joined by about 42,000 people making the annual Labor Day trek across the Mackinac Bridge.
The Natalie J is the winner of the annual Port Huron to Mackinac sailboat race–it’s owned by Phil O’Niel, a Bloomfield Hills dentist. He talked with Greg Bowman and Roberta Jasina this morning.
The Natalie J is the winner of the annual Port Huron to Mackinac sailboat race.