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(RRN) Maggot Found In Alger Correctional Facility Kitchen
The Michigan Department of Corrections is investigating the discovery of a maggot at a prison. The latest incident happened this week after breakfast was served at the Alger Correctional Facility in Munising. After the single maggot was found, all food was tossed out as a precaution and the kitchen was cleaned and...

(RRN) Wisconsin Named Nation's Drunkest State By Detox.net
If you plan to tip a few back to celebrate the Fourth of July weekend, you're not alone. That's especially true if you live in Wisconsin. A study from Detox.net has revealed the state with a baseball team named the "Brewers" is the drunkest in America. Research finds over 65 percent of adults in Wisconsin had at least one drink...

(RRN) Michigan DNR Gets Federal Grant For Bees, Butterflies
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will study how many bumble bees have been lost in the state thanks to a 600-thousand-dollar grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The DNR will also study the Karner blue butterfly population, as they and bees are vital for crop production. The money coming to Michigan is...

(RRN) Routine Traffic Stop Uncovers Meth Lab In Eastern U.P.
A traffic stop in Luce County led Upper Peninsula law enforcement to a meth lab in Mackinac County Wednesday. Troopers from the Michigan State Police Sault Ste. Marie post were conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle in Luce County when they found suspected meth components in the driver's vehicle. Detectives from the Upper Peninsula...

(RRN) Downtown Ishpeming Plans Events Both Friday, Saturday
Downtown Ishpeming will be alive Friday with the annual "Festival of Treasures" Street Fair. David Aeh is with the Ishpeming-Negaunee Chamber of Commerce, and he tells us that the event will be a lot of fun. "The Festival of Treasures is an event that's been going on for the last ten years in our downtown core in Ishpeming," Aeh said...

(RRN) Michigan DEQ Approves Water Permit For Humboldt Mill
The Michigan D-E-Q approved a revised draft wastewater permit for the Eagle Mine's Humboldt Mill in western Marquette County on Thursday. The agency had approved a permit back in April, but there were concerns about the mill's discharges into downstream wetlands. So, the company proposed a second "outfall" location, about 530 feet...

(RRN) City of Escanaba Ready To 'Rock The Dock' On Friday
There will be lots to go Friday in Escanaba's Marina area as the city brings back "Rock the Dock". Escanaba City Manager Jim O'Toole says that the holiday weekend kick-off has something for everyone. "It's whole purpose is just to bring people together and have fun," O'Toole said. "There are a lot of children's activities. The Fishing Club has...

(RRN) Gladstone Celebrates Fourth of July In Van Cleve Park
Final preparations are under way for the annual Fourth of July celebration in the City of Gladstone. It's the largest undertaking of the year for the city, as well as several service groups who volunteer throughout the event. The Beer and Wine Sampling event will beld in Van Cleve Park Friday night from 6:30 until 9:30, with the....

(RRN) Michigan DNR Promotes Three U.P. Conservation Officers
The Michigan D-N-R has promoted three Upper Peninsula conservation officers to fill vacant sergeant's positions in the region. The promotions of Grant Emery, Michael Hammill and Jerrold Fitzgibbon in the U.P. were among a total of eight officers statewide. Emery is a former Manistique Public Safety officer and has been with the D-N-R...

(RRN) Manistique Ready For Three Days Of Fun Holiday Events
The City of Manistique is preparing for three days of fun to celebrate Independence Day. The annual Kiddie Parade is set for 6:00 Friday night, with games to follow. The Independence Day parade starts at 12:30 on Saturady, featuring music by the Manistique High School Band, the Cadet Corps Band, and the Floyd Brothers...

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