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Chelsea gets two little free libraries

July 31st, 2015 | 

By Jim Pruitt, jimpsuntimes@gmail.com The city of Chelsea has two more libraries, both are little and free. Resembling a bird house, the new “Little Free Library,” is project being undertaken by the Friends of the Chelsea District Library. One sits at Pierce Park and the other at Timbertown in Chelsea. The purpose of the boxes …continue reading »»


Wildfire danger high, DNR warns

July 31st, 2015 | 

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today that, due to recent warm temperatures and lack of rain, many portions of the state are seeing “high” to “very high” fire danger. The conditions are expected to remain for the next few days and into the weekend.  Dan Laux, fire prevention specialist with the DNR, said that …continue reading »»


Walberg: Veterans Need to Come First

July 30th, 2015 | 

Washington, D.C. – ble, provides improved whistleblower protections, and reforms performance measures for senior executives. Last year, the House passed the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 after reports of the sickening mistreatment of veterans came to light. “Despite last year’s scandal, far too many veterans are still faced with navigating an outdated …continue reading »»


Fishing report for southeast Michigan

July 30th, 2015 | 

SOUTHEAST LOWER PENINSULA Lake Erie:  Is producing some walleye for those trolling in 18 to 25 feet with crawler harnesses, spoons and crank baits although crawler harnesses worked best.  Fish were caught near the E-Buoy, Banana Dike, Fermi and Stony Point.  Perch fishing actually picked up and those using minnows with purple or pink beads …continue reading »»


Cities get tutorial on new housing market analysis

July 30th, 2015 | 

The days of vast tracts of land being consumed by new detached single-family homes may be coming to an end in Michigan. The state will no longer assist developers who are hoping to build the traditional suburban neighborhood, instead opting for attached residential complexes that are described as the missing middle. That was the message …continue reading »»


State to build roundabout north of Chelsea

July 29th, 2015 | 

The state’s solution to the intersection problems at M-52 and Werkner Road is a roundabout. That’s the message nearly 100 people got Tuesday night at the Sylvan Township  Hall as officials from the Michigan Department of Transportation laid out their presentation of the coming project. Many in the audience were taken aback as they thought …continue reading »»


Volunteer at a state park near you

July 29th, 2015 | 

DNR seeks volunteers for stewardship workdays at state parks in southeast Michigan   . The Department of Natural Resources today announced the August schedule of DNR volunteer stewardship activities at state parks throughout southwest and southeast Michigan. Volunteers will pull invasive, non-native weeds from prairies and remove invasive, non-native shrubs like glossy buckthorn, autumn olive, multi-flora …continue reading »»


Duck and goose calling contest nears

July 29th, 2015 | 

Michigan Duck Stamp Competition and Michigan Duck and Goose Calling Contest at Saginaw Bay Waterfowl Festival Aug. 1-2 The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will host the 19th annual Saginaw Bay Waterfowl Festival Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1 and 2, atBay City State Recreation Area. The 2016 Michigan Duck Hunters Association Michigan Duck Stamp Competition …continue reading »»



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