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Wednesday 1/30/2013

  • Forecaster explains stunning NASA satellite image of lake effect snow blowing into West Michigan
  • Ice not all it's cracked up to be
  • Wind turbines cause concern
  • Menomonee River overhaul will improve fish access
  • Porter’s Full Throttle Wins Melges 24 Key West, Colahan Captures Corinthian Title
  • Fishermen alarmed by Great Lakes water levels
  • Great Lakes pizzas raise $6,000 for litter reduction, Belle Isle restoration
  • comments Lake Erie off to another slow start for ice cover

Wednesday 1/23/2013

  • Fairport Harbor-based Tartan and C&C Yachts is on the rebound with a new owner
  • Melges Strictly Sail Show in Chicago beginning this week, January 24-27
  • Strong Winds Challenge Crews at Quantum Key West 2013
  • Pozzi Takes Charge Of Melges 32 Key West Fleet
  • Cosmetics ingredient tainting state lakes
  • Hunting, fishing boost Michigan economy
  • Ohio solar project hit with setback while Ontario boosts renewable power

Friday 1/18/2013

  • Waiting For Dredging, Great Lakes Ports Close As Water Drops
  • Museum prepares for centennial of 1913 Great Lakes storm that left more than 250 dead
  • Asian carp won’t be stopped by commercial fishing
  • Lighthouse restoration stalls over location spat
  • Achievements in one-design sailing recognized
  • Changes to the Racing Rules of Sailing for 2013-2016

Wednesday 1/16/2013

  • MELGES AT STRICTLY SAIL CHICAGO
  • An Interesting Look At the Soo Locks
  • Wind Power at the Port of Milwaukee Pays Dividends
  • Canada’s first centre dedicated to swimmable, drinkable, fishable water to open in Saint John, NB
  • Offshore Wind: Enormous Potential, Huge Challenges
  • Seeking volunteer lighthouse keepers to run lakeshore lighthouses
  • ‘Free lunch’ to halt at city’s Skyway Marina

Wednesday 1/9/2013

  • Down But Not Out
  • VanTol Insurance Group Acquires Certain Assets from Brown & Brown of Detroit, Inc.
  • Lake Erie’s hatch numbers below average in 2012
  • Environmental group says Jacque 'misinterpreted' Shirley Wind study
  • We must safeguard our state's beautiful Sleeping Bear Dunes
  • Great Lakes Shipyards Look to Busy Season
  • Steady as She Goes
  • Bass tournament could generate millions in tourism revenue
  • Cold weather means start of Coast Guard icebreaking

Thursday 1/3/2013

  • Huge Asian carp from Humboldt Park Lagoon take up residence at the Shedd Aquarium
  • MSU lifts fishing ban for portion of Red Cedar
  • Mercury – It’s in the fish
  • Proposed project could improve Lake Michigan shoreline
  • State's lakeshore communities struggle to cope with low water levels

Thursday 12/27/2012

  • Successful year for the Chicago Match Race Center
  • Frostbiting: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • Better Know a Viperer: Lee Shuckerow
  • MSU lifts fishing ban for portion of Red Cedar
  • NY agency stocks herring into Lake Ontario
  • Asian carp seizure at Ambassador Bridge sees U.S. company fined $30,000
  • Hamilton’s McKeil Marine floating on a wave of momentum
  • Long Term Review: Adanac Greenland Paddle
  • Lock Closures Snarl Mississippi River Barge Traffic
  • A stay at historic Lake Ontario lighthouse to be prize on Price is Right
  • Bay City boat builder, sailor Jan C. Gougeon dies at 67

Thursday 12/20/2012

  • Return of Swan 42, resurgence of Melges 24 bolster Quantum Key West
  • Small grants available to clean Michigan rivers
  • Milwaukee aldermen urge separation of Chicago River, Mississippi basin
  • LMC: SS Badger will sail in 2013
  • Liquid assets: We begin a series on the water that sustains us all

Monday 12/17/2012

  • Canadians alert for missing buoys
  • Keeping an eye on the Great Lakes canary
  • Historic car ferry S.S. Badger's future in doubt after it doesn't get EPA exemption
  • The seagoers arrive, heralding a boom in Great Lakes shipping
  • Low Water Levels Reveal Sunken Ships in the Great Lakes

Wednesday 12/12/2012

  • Boating experts call low-water levels a disaster
  • Carlos Aguilar Match Race - Sally Barkow victorious in St. Thomas
  • Force 5 – The Class That Even a Powersaw Couldn’t Kill
  • Sally Barkow Takes Carlos Aguilar Match Race Title
  • Michigan expands Great Lakes muskie stock
  • Drought’s a Grinch – years from now
  • Scientists track potential Great Lakes invaders with searchable watchlist
  • Falling Lake Michigan Water Levels Could Lead To Rising Pollution
  • Sneak Peek: The New and Improved P&H Aries

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