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Gray wolf delisting? 'Here we go!" says USFWS

September 17, 2010 ESCANABA — The title on the e-mail of Sept. more »»

Senate should reappoint local NRC reps

September 10, 2010 ESCANABA — Three weeks ago I reported the re-appointments of UP residents J.R. Richardson and John Madigan to the Michigan Natural Resources Commission were rejected by the Michigan Senat. more »»

Ah, hunting season has begun

September 3, 2010 ESCANABA — There’s a beautiful song titled “The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”, sung by entertainer Andy Williams and intended for play during the celebration of holidays that include Christmas an... more »»

ATV riders revving up for more U.P. trails

August 27, 2010 ESCANABA — Michigan has been working in parallel with the growing use of the All-Terrain Vehicle/ Off-Highway Vehicle riders in the state. more »»

Feral swine issue a real porker

August 20, 2010 ESCANABA — I have spent a good part of my office time this week listening to the recording of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment and the Michigan Department of Agriculture... more »»

Deer habitat studies are still vital

August 13, 2010 ESCANABA — It was late summer in 2002 as a group of vehicles headed toward Crystal Falls. The reason, creation of the UP Wildlife Habitat Work Grou. more »»

Concerns rise over feral swine

August 6, 2010 ESCANABA — Aug. 12 will be the day the Michigan Department of Agriculture (MDA) and Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment (MDNRE) Commissions meet in joint sessio. more »»

UPSA looks at wolf plan

July 23, 2010 ESCANABA — The UP Sportsmen’s Alliance (UPSA) has taken a leadership role in the efforts necessary to combat anti-conservation and in particular, anti-hunting, fishing and trapping entitie. more »»

NRC will meet in Escanaba Aug. 12

July 16, 2010 ESCANABA — Each year the Michigan Natural Resources Commission (NRC) schedules a meeting in the Great North, and for the last two years meeting in each of the home towns of our two commissioners,... more »»

Cormorant forum slated for tonight

July 9, 2010 ESCANABA — There will be a public forum this evening designed to receive input on the plan for the US Fish & Wildlife Service to increase the annual depredation orders regarding the double crested... more »»

An outdoors declaration for July 4

July 2, 2010 ESCANABA — Sunday is Independence Day, a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britai. more »»

Bass tourney set for Saturday

June 25, 2010 ESCANABA — Bay de Noc Great Lakes Sport Fishermen will hold their first annual Big Bay de Noc bass tournament Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Kids fishing day is exciting adventure

June 11, 2010 ESCANABA — The dictionary defines adventure as an exciting or remarkable experienc. more »»

U.P. offers plenty of fun summer events

June 4, 2010 ESCANABA — A sure sign summer has arrived is schools are empty of students until they return in the fall. more »»

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 »»



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