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    Sunday Stories: Mackinac, Not all Horses and Fudge

    The island is known for its scenic views – often seen from a bicycle – historic attractions, fudge and horses, but until recently, many visitors did not know about its connection to Native American history and culture.

  • Sunday Stories: How the Au Sable River changed the world

    With the opener of Michigan’s trout season right around the corner, anglers soon will be donning their waders and heading out to one of the thousands of cold, quality streams that make the state a nationally known trout-fishing destination.

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    Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial opens May 19, 2018

    “This is a proud moment for us,” said Superintendent Barbara Fearon. “It’s an important moment in the history of this park, and we are thrilled to share it with the American public.”

  • Sunday Stories: Monarchs Migrate Northward

    With spring now sprung in Michigan, soon we’ll be welcoming back to the state one of the most distinctive signs that summer is on its way – the brightly colored monarch butterfly.

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    American Boating Congress Registration Opens

    The NMMA government relations team works hard to bring issues to the forefront of the minds of congressmen, but their voice is nothing compared to the voice of the people.

  • Your Life: Rossiter President Scott Hanson

    “We sold the future of Rossiter on a poster and a leaflet in January that year at the Toronto Boat Show, and we put our first 17-footer in the water July 1st that year. That was met with great success! We had a number of orders immediately for the next ye

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