Sault Ste. Marie
Michigan’s oldest city dates back to the 1660s. Its most famous feature, locks that get freighters around treacherous rapids between Lake Superior and the Lake Michigan-Huron system, date back to the 1850s. But stay tuned. Sault Ste. Marie might just be famous for something else pretty soon, something at the farthest reaches of technology.
Greetings from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan’s first city, as the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report’s 2012 Spring Tech Tour kicks off.
It’s time again for the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report to hit the Michigan highway for the GLITR Spring Tech tour 2012.
Police say a man tried to swallow cyanide in court after being sentenced for polluting a Lake Huron bay.
A man from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula accused of buying and hiding more than 4,000 pounds of explosives has reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors.