The Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ expanded pheasant release program offers hunters a unique chance to connect or reconnect with upland bird hunting. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ highly anticipated pheasant … [Read more...] about DNR expands pheasant release program for 2023
Ellie Buckhold, Holly, MI, proudly displays her new rod and reel after garnering first place honors in the first Big Gill Dash for Cash during First Friday, July 7. Ellie also won $100 for her Big ‘Gill. by Thomas Puleo Ellie … [Read more...] about Buckhold takes 1st in Inaugural ‘Big Gill Dash for Cash’
I remember in high school there was rumors of hazing for freshman athletes. I personally was never subjected to any but did see my fair share of some playful “hazing” to incoming freshman but nothing severe. But that was in 1994-98. Darn … [Read more...] about Hazing in Sports is Still a Thing?
Looking for a wilderness experience with some help from the experts? The DNR Outdoor Skills Academy will offer two backpacking clinics at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in the western Upper Peninsula – one for beginners, and one … [Read more...] about Porkies Backpacking Classes
The 49th running of the Original Road and Trail Race known as Steve’s Run since 1992 takes place in downtown Dowagiac Friday, July 14, 6:00pm in front of City Hall. The race concludes with a beer tent run by Oak+Ash. The race is in … [Read more...] about 49th Annual ‘Steve’s Run’ – July 14
I am sure by now most everyone has heard the name Shohei Ohtani. But if you have been living under a rock or if you haven’t been in the baseball landscape in a few years, Ohtani is a pitcher and DH for the Angels. Yep, that’s right. He … [Read more...] about The Baseball Unicorn . . . Is Ohtani The Best Ever?
MDNR-----At a recent meeting of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission in Roscommon, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the commission approved the regularly scheduled three-year duration of deer regulations, which will be … [Read more...] about Deer regulations approved for 2023-2025 hunting seasons
June 22, 1993: On “Carlton Fisk Night,” the veteran set the major league record for games caught, at 2,226. He broke the old record held by Bob Boone. Teammates surrounded Fisk on the field for pregame ceremonies and presented him with a … [Read more...] about This Day in White Sox History – June 22
First Fridays are getting fishy this summer. The Marcellus Enrichment Initiative (MEI) is sponsoring a Youth Fishing Contest for kids ages 17 and under, Friday, July 7, 6:00 – 7:00pm, at the Farm & Artisan Market. Contestants may … [Read more...] about First Friday announces Big ‘Gill Dash for Cash Youth Fishing Contest
Bluegill and Black Crappie victims of summer heat With increasing temperatures across Michigan, anglers, boaters and lakefront property owners may discover dead fish or other aquatic animals. While such sights can be startling, the … [Read more...] about Fish kills may be more common during summer heat
Ladycats Coach McKenna Terrill provides a “way-to-go” tag to Addie Curtis on her way to home during Marcellus’ win over White Pigeon in round one of district play, May 30.-photos in this article are courtesy of Megan Schuur … [Read more...] about Ladycats make it to District Final but fall to Mendon
The Varsity baseball team traveled to Lawrence, Saturday, June 3, for district play against the #5 ranked Decatur Raiders. This was the third meeting between the squads this season, with Decatur holding a two-games to none advantage going … [Read more...] about Decatur ends season for Wildcats Varsity Baseball