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Public input helps evaluate Hermanaba trail

May 8, 2009 ESCANABA — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources conducted a public hearing Wednesday evening at Bay de Noc Community College for the purpose of gaining input about a proposed sanctioned trai... more »»

GLSA ‘Fun Shoot’ slated for May 16

May 8, 2009 ESCANABA — The Great Lakes Sportsman’s Alliance will be holding its clay target “Fun Shoot” May 16 starting at 9 a.. more »»

Musky Club outing

May 8, 2009 CRYSTAL FALLS — The Boundary Waters Musky Club will have its first meeting of 2009 during the weekend of May 16-17 at the Paint River Hills Campground in Crystal Falls. more »»

Wolf de-listing now official

May 8, 2009 MARQUETTE — Gray wolves were removed from the federal endangered species list on Tuesday, a move that officially transfers wolf management authority to the state level. more »»

Spring turkey hunt is fun time

May 1, 2009 ESCANABA — I’m one of those guys who used to feel the compulsion to wear a black arm band at the beginning of April each year, to mourn the passing of yet another hunting seaso. more »»

UPSA ‘Fun Shoot’ UPSA ‘Fun Shoot’

May 1, 2009 ESCANABA — The Great Lakes Sportsman’s Alliance will be holding its clay target “Fun Shoot” May 16 starting at 9 a.. more »»

Whooping crane makes rare appearance in U.P.

May 1, 2009 TRAUNIK — Alger County was the site of a rare bird sighting this week when an endangered whooping crane appeared off a dirt road near a corn field, about two miles north of Traunik. more »»

Wolf status changes May 4

April 17, 2009 MARQUETTE — The federal rule removing western Great Lakes gray wolves from the endangered species list will take effect May 4, kicking in some Michigan orders granting lethal recourse to livestock... more »»

Archery shoot April 25 at BR-H

April 17, 2009 HARRIS — A 4-H Exhibition/Competition Archery Shoot will be held April 25 at Bark River-Harris High School at 10 a.m. (EDT). more »»

Wildlife projects are now finished

April 17, 2009 ESCANABA — Several significant wildlife projects undertaken in 2008 by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) Wildlife Division, with sponsorship by U.P. Whitetails Association, Inc. more »»

Archers make their mark

April 10, 2009 HARRIS — The local area will be well-represented in the National Archery in the Schools Tournament that takes place in Louisville, Ky. next month. more »»

Eager for ORV season

April 10, 2009 ESCANABA — The Sportsman’s Off-Road Vehicle Association of Delta County welcomed spring by holding their first meeting of the year last week. more »»

Archery invitational April 25 at BR-H

April 10, 2009 HARRIS — The 4-H Archery Invitational Exhibition/Competition is slated for April 25 at Bark River-Harris High School. Registration takes place at 9 a.m. with the competition beginning at 10 a.m. more »»

Evaluating winter habitat

April 3, 2009 ESCANABA — Last Friday night, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Upper Peninsula Wildlife Habitat Work Group (UP/WHWG) re-convened in Iron Mountain to cover several emerging issues. more »»

Wolf management closer to reality

March 13, 2009 ESCANABA — U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has affirmed the decision by the U.S. more »»

Turkey licenses on sale

March 13, 2009 LANSING — The Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that leftover spring turkey licenses are presently on sale. more »»

ATV/ORV safety class slated for March 22 at Pocket Park

March 13, 2009 ESCANABA — An ATV/ORV safety class is slated for Sunday, March 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Pocket Park Green Building of the U.P. State Fairgrounds. more »»

Ice shanty removal

March 13, 2009 ESCANABA — Area ice fishermen are reminded that March 31 is the deadline for removing ice shanties in the Upper Peninsula. more »»

Ice racing on the Escanaba

January 23, 2009 GLADSTONE — Great Lakes Ice Racing continues each Sunday during the winter where the west Gladstone bridge passes over the Escanaba River. more »»



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