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Letters 05-18-2015

Will History Repeat Itself? What large patterns or trends can guide our ideas about the next century? We can look at the history of Easter Island as a warning about the dangers of a future crisis.

Applauding Michigan’s Renewable Standards Recently, state legislators introduced dueling initiatives that would impact the state’s existing Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) expiring at the end of the year very differently.

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Dates 05-17-2015

Dates Jamie Kauffold Ride of Silence: Bicyclists from the Boyne area will gather on Weds., May 20 to ride & remember those fellow bicyclists injured or killed on the road. Riders will gather at 6:30pm for orientation near the pavilion in Veterans Park, Boyne City. The group will leave at 7pm & cover about 10 mi.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Welcome to the Lunch Box

Dining Al Parker “There were three reasons,” Julie recalled with a smile. “First, it was the era of the Atkins Diet and you couldn’t give a donut away. And I got tired of getting up in the middle of the night to get the pastries ready for the morning crowd. Finally, I topped 268 pounds.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

A Love Affair With Clay

Art Al Parker Schyler Binkley took drawing classes and dabbled in ceramics as a high school student growing up in Niles, Michigan, but it wasn’t until he attended Western Michigan University and learned the intricacies of wood-firing his art works that he focused on pottery.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Michigan's Kirtland's Warbler

Features Mike Terrell “They come from all over the world to just catch a glimpse of the Kirtland’s warbler, considered one of the rarest birds in the world,” explained U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologist Chris Mensing, as he prepared to lead me and a small group of others in search of the elusive bird in Grayling a few years ago.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Packing the Perfect Picnic

Features Kristi Kates Picnic baskets are found in all shapes and sizes, from the basic rectangular baskets you’ve seen in movies to more upscale models made of neoprene or leather, some completely stocked with silverware, a blanket, and even dishes.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Behind the Scenes at the Fort

Features Kristi Kates A mix of French and British soldiers, French-Canadian voyageurs, colonial civilians, Native Americans and various traders brought the Fort to life. All of these are represented in the Fort’s modern day pageant, a nearly twohour-long, on-site reenactment of one of the battles that took place at the Fort.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Up North Memories

Features Kristi Kates “There are a thousand little cabin things that make my heart ache to go back whenever I think about them,” she said. “The cottage experience is something completely removed from the hectic routine of day in and day out. It’s a place where I don’t have to be anything at all but myself — soggy and sandy and dirty and happy.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

The Blinding Whiteness of Northern Michigan

Features Patrick Sullivan Northern Michigan isn’t just white in the wintertime. It’s white all year round. Depending on your exact location, it’s between 94 and 97 percent white. That makes it an interesting and complicated place for the few African Americans who call northern Michigan home.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Make it a Memorable Memorial Day

Features Kristi Kates 1. LIVE A LITTLE HISTORY Historic Greenfield Village is a great place to visit even without the excuse of a three-day weekend.
 
Monday, May 18, 2015

Letters 05-18-2015

Letters

Will History Repeat Itself? What large patterns or trends can guide our ideas about the next century? We can look at the history of Easter Island as a warning about the dangers of a future crisis.

Applauding Michigan’s Renewable Standards Recently, state legislators introduced dueling initiatives that would impact the state’s existing Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) expiring at the end of the year very differently.

 
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