Residents of southwest Michigan are being misled into believing they are getting up to $1,000 from the government to pay their cable, gas and electric utility bills, according to the Better Business Bureau of Western Michigan.
Back in my hey-day of high school basketball, I clearly remember the dreadful feeling of running on heavy legs following just a one- or two-day break from practice during Thanksgiving or Christmas break.
Like she has countless times for the Spring Lake softball team the past three seasons, Evie Lorimer helped her team on the scoreboard during Wednesday's Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association All-Star Game.
Hot weather is causing summer fish kills and the mortalities of northern pike in many of Michigan's rivers due to extremely high water temperatures.
The weather may be lessening some anglers' enthusiasm to be out on the water, but the fish are out there and are biting if you can find them.
On the inland lakes, the fish should be in deeper waters anywhere from 10 to 20 feet down depending on the lake.