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Monday 7/18/2011

  • No boat? You can borrow
  • Windquest is first to finish race to Mackinac
  • Mackinac Race: Changing course
  • Coast Guard: 2 missing in Chicago-Mackinac race
  • Who owns the fish? How tribal rights could save the Great Lakes

Thursday 7/14/2011

  • Northern Michigan Events: 2011 Chicago to Mackinac Island Race
  • When boating, common sense is biggest asset
  • July 13, 2011 - It's Mac Week!
  • Race to Mackinac - Cheap Thrills with T10’s – a Great Lakes tradition
  • Plight of the yellow perch
  • Michigan's largest wind farm starting to take shape
  • Boaters Stand to Lose Critical GPS Navigational Aid
  • Cross-border boating concerns

Monday 7/11/2011

  • Volunteers educating boaters to prevent spread of invasive species
  • Fishflies Pay Annual Visit to the Waterfront
  • Canada compromises on reporting law
  • Lake Erie workers ask feds to bar Asian carp
  • Lake Ontario an epic challenge
  • Coastal towns hope great lakes history is a beacon for tourists
  • Lake nurdles remain mystery
  • Tamarack Lake Boating Access Site in Iron County to Close Temporarily July 11

Thursday 7/7/2011

  • Sail-World.com puts shoulder to Chicago-Mackinac wheel
  • Answer to Where in the Great Lakes?
  • A Love Note to Leelanau
  • Eric Sharp: Proof that Asian carp is harmful is in science
  • It's "Buyer Beware" When Filling Up the Boat - And a Lot of Other Things - at the Gas Station
  • Eurex Match Cup at Chicago Match Race Center
  • Dead fish wash up on Lake Michigan shores
  • Wind-power backers say criticism keeps many quiet
  • Something lurks at possible shipwreck site of Griffon in Lake Michigan
  • Swimming in Lake Michigan: the straight poop

Tuesday 7/5/2011

  • Plan for new Peace Bridge abandoned
  • Watch Com. John Burke and Mackinac Race Chair...
  • Superior's Hog Island undergoing restoration
  • Dr. Beach: 5 Great Great Lakes Beaches
  • Should there be an official "State" Sailboat Class?
  • U.S. Coast Guard cutter won't escort Port Huron-Mackinac sailboat race
  • Experts discuss Lake St. Clair, Great Lakes fisheries
  • One Good "Sniff" May Save a Life
  • The first link: How a canal spanned a continent and built Chicago
  • Mac Week Parties

Friday 7/1/2011

  • Chicago Scene boat party may sink over city rules
  • 103rd Race to Mackinac – The Midwestern tradition continues
  • Tall ship adds touch of majesty to Fourth festivities
  • Lake Superior rising faster than normal
  • Great Lakes round gobies a mixed blessing
  • Lake Michigan beaches among worst in nation, study finds
  • Solutions sought to eliminate open-lake dumping in Lake Erie
  • Time to let science drive Great Lakes policy on Asian carp
  • Group recommends stricter noise levels for Michigan wind farms

Monday 6/27/2011

  • Sea lamprey surveys will soon be underway
  • Because of climate change, fears of a Great Lakes ‘dead zone'
  • Great Lakes Water Festival promotes stewardship, advocacy, fun
  • 14-Year-Old Olivia Constants Dies In Sailing Accident
  • Runaway algae returns to Lake Erie
  • Upper Great lakes are down; lower Great Lakes are up
  • Spawning success signals start of sturgeon comeback

Monday 6/20/2011

  • Heavy-handed Border incident needs addressing
  • Area awash in boating fun
  • Michigan Sea Grant
  • Hunt is on for shipwrecks from War of 1812
  • Lakes rise but concerns remain
  • Co-op helps improve fishing: research facility housed in hydroelectric plant
  • Rip currents pose dangers in Great Lakes
  • Detroit to host Great Lakes Week

Wednesday 6/15/2011

  • How Napoleon Caused the Detroit NOOD
  • Copper-Based Boat Paint Ban Passes State Senate
  • Ode to a Terrible Regatta
  • Coast Guard warns of rip current dangers on Great Lakes
  • Panel votes to begin Chicago River cleanup planning
  • Water barriers eyed for St. Clair River
  • A Day at the Beach
  • REDRUM Kills in Chicago

Monday 6/6/2011

  • Our Sport, in a Nutshell, in Detroit
  • Ohio Supreme Court should rule soon on Lake Erie private vs. public shoreline battle
  • Boaters: Tips For Preparing For Summer Lightning Storms
  • Rising water temps not unique to Lake Superior
  • High water on St. Lawrence good for shipping
  • Grizzly Bayer Finally Finds the Honey
  • The Price Is Right, and the Racing Is Tight
  • Control board increases outflow from Lake Superior
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