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Monday 12/27/2010

  • Ottawa kept in dark on abnormal fish found in oil-sands rivers – The Globe and Mail
  • Lighthouse? Ice house!
  • Five Great Lakes states appeal ruling on Asian carp threat
  • Canadians lobby Governor-elect Rick Snyder on a 2nd Detroit River bridge
  • Ottawa Co sheriff suggests fee to cover ice rescues on lake
  • Man Vs. Machine

Monday 12/20/2010

  • Miami to Nassau Race
  • EDITORIAL: Asian carp win another legal victory
  • Ali Cox: Comeback or Second Career?
  • Home Sweet Michigan
  • New superhero defends the Great Lakes!
  • EDITORIAL: Why Michigan needs to regulate power-producing windmills in the Great Lakes
  • Finding shipwrecks uplifting experience
  • Michigan Fishing, for FREE!
  • Coast Guard in full ice cutting operation, Twin Ports ice a foot thick
  • 'Great day for surfing in Chicago' despite frigid cold

Friday 12/10/2010

  • Brand New Sea Kayak Throw Tow System Shows Great Promise
  • Great Lakes Children's Books
  • Ain't no road just like it
  • Lake Michigan: home to almost 900 trillion quagga mussels
  • Offshore wind would boost Ontario economy: report
  • Century-old city, suburban vistas on display

Monday 12/6/2010

  • Meinert Park along Lake Michigan doubling in size
  • 2010 Wirth M. Munroe Memorial Ft. Lauderdale to Palm Beach Race
  • J. Theodore “Ted” Everingham Receives 2010 Lighthouse Award
  • High tech Naval ship launches
  • 2 species' collapse spawns rebirth of native fish
  • Lakes adrift: Invasions demand leadership, action
  • Big dreams for Northerly Island
  • Family Discovers 230 Year Old Birch Bark Canoe Sitting in the Barn
  • Milton Outlier
  • Asian carp threatens to put boat trip on hold

Friday 12/3/2010

  • Icebreaking tug on way to Great Lakes
  • New company sells carp back to Asia as food
  • Hobie Introduces New Kayak Models
  • Traverse City neighborhood wants to reclaim beach
  • Lake invaders may be killing birds
  • Water level proposal for Great Lakes just off horizon
  • Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw continues 'Christmas Ship' tradition
  • Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
  • Minnesota earns top honor for recreational trails

Monday 11/29/2010

  • The Environmentalist's New Year
  • Michigan Boating Industries Association President Van Snider Retires
  • A Long Shadow
  • You've Put the Boat Away for the Season: Now What?
  • John Ropp Named Michigan Boating Industries Association President
  • Carp Path From Indiana to Lake Erie

Friday - 11/19/2010

  • The Shape of My Life
  • Endangered species protection is proposed for two freshwater mussels
  • West Michigan Environmental Action Council kicks off wind energy forum series
  • Could Zona's Awesome Fishing Show Get Any Better?
  • Eagles in Au Gres
  • Ethanol Update: GOP Deficit Hawks Grumbling
  • Egg Sucking Steelhead – Late Autumn Fishing Advice
  • Breaking news: Walruses and penguins discovered in the Great Lakes!
  • Greenway commission endorses Grand Island, Lockport projects

Tuesday 11/16/2010

  • Folbot Announces Custom Printed Kayak Designs
  • RIVER ROUGE: Family reflects on Edmund Fitzgerald
  • Size Matters
  • A Boat Fire in Florida Has Some Lessons for Us All
  • Chill thrill: November is the best month for surfing on Lake Michigan
  • Home Is Where the Heart Is
  • EPA rejects ban on lead sinkers, ammo; most Great Lakes states educate not regulate

Friday 11/5/2010

  • Kayakers are Getting in Trouble with Johnny Law Again
  • 2010 World Championships Day 6
  • IJC responds to concerns about Great Lakes levels
  • Blue Horizons: Dispatches from Distant Seas
  • Let's not be waterfront wannabes
  • Pursuers of Alien Invaders Eat Their Fill of What They Kill
  • Sandy Hook Nature Trail

Tuesday 11/2/2010

  • 2010 World Championships Day 3
  • Chicago lock closures could ripple down river
  • Boat Smart Chronicles
  • Lake Superior's toxic legacy
  • Design A Better Life Jacket And Win $5,000
  • GREAT LAKES PROVINCES BY THE NUMBERS: Ontario
  • Muskies thriving on Green Bay
  • Carp fence completed to stop Maumee River invasion
  • Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs Features Great Lakes Invasive Species
  • Lake Michigan Backroads

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