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ATV owners could face new laws

May 21, 2010 ESCANABA — Just over a week ago, four bills were introduced to the Michigan House that deal with significant All Terrain Vehicle regulation changes across the state. more »»

Trout fishing success varies

May 14, 2010 ESCANABA — Trout fishing season is underway in the Upper Peninsula with mixed results. more »»

Anglers ready for walleye opener

May 14, 2010 ESCANABA — Tomorrow, for some, will be a day set aside with all the importance and anticipation as the opener of firearm deer hunting season. more »»

Mild winter may lead to recovery of deer herds

May 7, 2010 ESCANABA — Given the mild weather that put last winter to bed about a month early, we may very well be seeing the beginning of a deer population recovery in the Upper Peninsul. more »»

Cormorant control volunteers needed

April 30, 2010 ESCANABA — The “Prayer of Serenity”, written by Reinhold Niebuhr, plays a role in the philosophy necessary to cope with natural resources management. more »»

Gladstone kayak club in sixth season

April 30, 2010 GLADSTONE — In 2004, Bill Roberts had an idea for a good outreach program for Grace Church in Gladstone. more »»

U.P. group ponders several issues

April 23, 2010 ESCANABA — The quarterly UP Sportsmen’s Alliance (UPSA) meeting was held Saturday at the Sagola Sportmen’s Club in Channing. more »»

Early start for bike season this year

April 16, 2010 ESCANABA — An early spring this year has meant big business for local bicycle and motorcycle shops. more »»

Dealing with bureaucratic red tape

April 16, 2010 ESCANABA — There was to be an expansion of the cormorant control program to take place this spring and summer along the northern shore of Lake Michiga. more »»

Voices heard in public forums

April 9, 2010 ESCANABA — The five regional public forums presented by the Upper Peninsula Sportsmen’s Alliance were concluded and the results reviewed by the UPSA Wildlife Committee this week. more »»

Calling for moose season

April 2, 2010 ESCANABA — In being trained as a Hunter Safety Instructor for the State of Michigan, I fully appreciate the statistics that we, the hunters, trappers and fishermen of this state, only make up about... more »»

‘Duff’ was a father figure

March 26, 2010 ESCANABA — There is always a time in life where someone has played a significant role in shaping your character, making you the person everyone else sees. more »»

Spring fishing could start soon

March 19, 2010 ESCANABA — According to the calendar, spring arrives next week. more »»

Safari Club offers help in many ways

March 19, 2010 ESCANABA — March 25 will mark the 10th anniversary of the Northwoods Chapter of Safari Club International during their annual fundraising banquet at the Island Resort and Casino. more »»

Under attack in courts

March 12, 2010 ESCANABA — The decision whether or not to de-list the gray wolf as an endangered species has been a high profile news topic of late, receiving broad coverage by radio, newspaper and television... more »»

Cougar spotted roaming in Daggett

March 12, 2010 ESCANABA — An 88-year-old Daggett woman spotted a cougar roaming in her backyard last Wednesday morning (March 3). more »»

Remembering Venetia

March 5, 2010 ESCANABA — This has been a difficult week to stay on task. It has been a reality check on the fragility of life, one for which you can never be prepared. more »»

Wildlife Unlimited earns raves

February 26, 2010 ESCANABA — Too often I’ll be sitting by and listening to a conversation that relates to natural resources management where mis-information is exchange. more »»



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