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By Howard Meyerson MUSKEGON, MI –There is something remarkable taking place in the third- and fourth-grade classroom at Reeths-Puffer Elementary School in Muskegon. Eight-, 9- and 10-year-old children are learning about predator-prey relationships, the food chain and the wolves on … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson ST. JOSEPH, MI — Russ Clark is among the many who say that salmon fishing was good on Lake Michigan last summer. But the 27-year veteran fishing charter Captain is worried — in particular about salmon fishing … Continue reading
Shipwrecks & Technology: Public invited to day long event highlighting GL wrecks and remote exploration
By Howard Meyerson MUSKEGON, MI — Now and then we hear of a boat in trouble on the Great Lakes — a collision, a fire, someone who ended up on a rocky breakwall. It’s rare, though, that we hear about … Continue reading
Muskegon’s 110,000 acre Wastewater treatment facility, a popular site for birdwatchers and goose hunters, may become the home to a new wind farm in 2014. County officials signed a lease Thursday afternoon that gives Gamesa Energy USA, a subsidiary of … Continue reading