The End of the 3,000 Mile Beer?

For Environmental Sustainability

Brew Local to Be Sustainable With energy resources becoming the global concern that it is, will beer disappear? First I will answer that with a NO. However, it will be more likely that the beer I drink may be a home brew as opposed to a Molson, Coors, or PBR. I give you this scenario … Read more The End of the 3,000 Mile Beer?

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Premier of Film “Chasing Jimmy” Plays in Caseville.

Chasing Jimmy

A sold out crowd at the Bay Theater got their first glimpse of the locally produced movie “Chasing Jimmy”. The documentary film was written produced and directed by Bob Brown a resident of Sand Point and executive producer and managing partner at Charity Island Pictures, LLC. This film chronicles the writer’s effort to invite tropical … Read more Premier of Film “Chasing Jimmy” Plays in Caseville.

DTE to Close Harbor Beach Power Plant – Cite Thumb Loop and Pollution Rules

ThumbWind Archive

Story from 2012 – DTE officials announced on that it plans to suspend operations of the Michigan Coal Powered Plant at Harbor Beach as soon as August 2013. The Huron Daily Tribune in Bad Axe says the decision results from federal emission standards that take effect in 2015. Russ Pogats is director of DTE Energy’s … Read more DTE to Close Harbor Beach Power Plant – Cite Thumb Loop and Pollution Rules

Walleye Pike is a Tasty Target on Saginaw Bay

Walleye Fishing in Saginaw Bay

I’ve learned that opportunity presents itself at sometimes the most unexpected times. Today we were out on the Saginaw Bay going after the famous and tasty Walleye Pike. We caught a few in a short time. Thanks to Captain Ron for a great day. A walleye is the largest member of the perch family, it … Read more Walleye Pike is a Tasty Target on Saginaw Bay