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Lightning hits church

July 27, 2013

ESCANABA — Cooler temperatures are expected this weekend following a storm system that brought rainfall to the area Thursday night into Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Marquett....

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Aug-25-13 3:22 AM

this is NOT the first time someone's god has sent a few bolts of lightning into those steeples...

proving the addage indeed, "lightning does strike twice".

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Jul-29-13 2:05 PM

Don't tell me I'm the first person to recognize this as a sign from God...

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Jul-29-13 10:48 AM

LIGHTENING?? Really? Any proofreader there?

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Jul-27-13 4:47 PM

Agree. Who does the proofreading of these articles, particularly a headline? Probably nobody, since good journalism is all but dead.

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Jul-27-13 2:10 PM

This church is going to come tumbling down. Very upsetting the city has heavily restricted anyone who wants to try and do anything with it. Everyone will cry and complain once it's gone, what a shame. Trees are growing out of the bricks, windows falling out, now that cross will fall once a heavy wind comes through. What a shame, should have let it be a wedding chapel when they had a chance. Like they say....can't fight city hall...good job Escanaba.

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Jul-27-13 8:54 AM

It's "lightning", not "lightening".

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