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Monday 7/29/2013

  • Tall ships make a grand entry
  • Union Township unsure of what to do with broken wind turbine
  • Studying Lake Michigan's currents
  • $51.2 million federal plan offered to protect Great Lakes from Asian carp
  • House considers Sleeping Bear wilderness
  • 1839 shipwreck found in Lake Ontario

Monday 7/15/2013

  • Unlocking the secrets of sea lamprey love
  • Windquest is first to finish in racing fleet!
  • CSL Adds New Trillium Self-Unloaders to Lakes Fleet
  • 15 Reasons to Love Summer in Michigan
  • Longboats pull in for overnight stay this week
  • A new report says it's time to tackle a potential Asian carp invasion in the Great Lakes

Weds. 7/10/2013

  • 1958 film – Mackinac Bridge The Five Mile Dream
  • Jeff Daniels talking about the U.P. of Michigan on David Letterman
  • Drinking Water Infrastructure: Who Pays and How (And For What)
  • Macomb County commissioners oppose Ontario nuclear waste site on Lake Huron
  • Lake Michigan's cooler-than-normal temperatures discouraging to some beach vistors
  • Mysterious substance in Lake Michigan baffles beachgoers, scientists as source remains unknown
  • Cruise the great lakes on new ship

Tuesday 7/2/2013

  • Paul Hulsey On Hoodlum Racing Crowned 2013 Melges 24 Gold Cup Champion
  • Chicago Match Cup Qualifier - Victory for Williams in exciting finale
  • Quelling cyanobacteria in Lake Erie: editorial
  • Brown trout stocked in Wisconsin's Lake Superior waters
  • Lake Superior fisheries OK a year after storm
  • New Bill Would Be a Boost for America’s Great Lakes
  • Tall ships in Port Dalhousie inspire wannabe pirates
  • Prime beaches along the Lake Erie coast

Thursday 6/20/2013

  • Little things, big problems: Invasives impacting culture
  • Low Water Levels Get NBC Nightly News Coverage
  • EPA says Sheboygan River no longer an 'area of concern'
  • Mayflies' return means a healthier Lake Erie
  • Take A Summer Lighthouse Tour in Pure Michigan
  • Y’all in the Great Lakes wouldn’t have just slaw with your Coke and crawdads

Monday 6/17/2013

  • Mayfly population is steady, indicating good water quality
  • Wisconsin comes up short in revitalizing waterfronts
  • Buoy camera catches waves and sunsets on Lake Michigan
  • Lake trout making a comeback
  • Great Lakes Water Levels Rising Due to Rainfall
  • Stop The Great Lakes Nuclear Dump
  • Detroit RiverWalk brings millions of dollars to city
  • Summer's here, and so is toxic blue-green algae
  • Seeking a Permanent Solution to Keep Asian Carp Out of the Great Lakes
  • 2013 Melges 17 Grand Rapid Sprints NOR Now Available
  • Lake St Clair strategic implementation plan approved

Monday 6/10/2013

  • Legislators seek offshore wind power restrictions
  • Retired geologist says Lake Superior is the solution
  • This summer, travel on La Route bleue
  • State turns over lakefront parks to Cleveland
  • Michigan bill blocks lake farms
  • Michigan bill blocks lake farms
  • Should Lake Superior wolves be saved?
  • New Great Lakes Seaway Trail Magazine Includes Local Tips

Thursday 6/6/2013

  • Sally Barkow remains number one match racer in the U.S.
  • Cleveland Race Week - Renowned fleets ready for Edgewater action
  • June 2-8 – Proclaimed – Beach Safety Awareness Week
  • Belle Isle project improves fish habitat, opportunities for anglers
  • Rep. Bill Huizenga echoes call for Great Lakes barrier to stem Asian carp invasion
  • Mills Race a salute to Lake Erie history
  • US poisons invasive Lake Michigan lamprey larvae

Monday June 3, 2013

  • Mr. Great Lakes: Surveying fish, picking beach litter and mapping Phragmites with satellites
  • Emergency dredging helps
  • Coast Guard warns of flood-related debris in Michigan
  • Quick fixes not answer to lake level
  • Fednav adding six new ships to fleet
  • Expert, Coast Guard urge caution after trees, other debris spotted near Lake Michigan

Tuesday 5/28/2013

  • Canadian firm's nuclear waste plan near Lake Huron stirs Michigan fears
  • Non-native species invade Lake Erie
  • Larry Davis is a veteran waterman who enjoys helping anglers catch Lake Erie's yellow perch
  • Warming Lake Superior already affecting fish
  • Climb a Michigan dune and see it all

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