2012 Lake Huron Water Levels Approached Notable Historic Lows

Lake Huron Water Level Graph

The 2012 Lake Huron water levels approached measurements not seen in over 50 years. 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 … 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.

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 maybe a homebrew as opposed to a Molson, Coors, or PBR. I give you this scenario for globalized … Read more

DTE to Close Michigan Coal Powered Plant At Harbor Beach – Cite Thumb Loop and Pollution Rules

ThumbWind Archive

Story from 2012 – DTE officials announced 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 the director of DTE Energy’s … Read more