Michigan Hydraulic Fracturing

Impact of Fracturing on the Great Lakes The local impact on areas with hydraulic fracturing has been largely stifled across the U.S. mainly because mineral rights of the land and corporate law over people. What happens in Michigan is people own the land but not the rights to the oil & mineral content of their … Read more

BSA Clinton Valley Council Merger Closed Three Historical Camps

Clinton Valley Council Merger Results in Several Boy Scout Camps Closing According to a Boy Scout Clinton Valley Council website, three camps that were predominant in the Pontiac area are to cease operation starting in 2013. Camp Agawam near Pontiac Michigan, Lost Lake Scout Reservation near Clair Michigan and Paul Bunyan Scout Camp. The announcement falls on the … Read more

Lake Huron Water Levels Approached Historic Lows

Lake Huron Water Level Graph

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reporting water levels in Lakes Michigan and Huron are 11 inches below its level of a year ago. Lakes St. Clair, Erie, and Ontario are 11, 13, and 12 inches, respectively, lower than their levels of a year ago. Over the next month, Lake Superior is forecasted to … Read more

Caseville Cheeseburger Parade of Tropical Fools

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Highlight for the 21st annual 2019 Caseville Cheeseburger Parade of Tropical Fools starts Wednesday, August 14th at 5:30 pm along Main Street. The parade route starts near Huron Street and ends at the Caseville County Park. No word yet on who will show up but there always seems to be rumors hinted of a possible showing by an entertainer who fostered the festival’s namesake.