Horseshoers: Farriers and Blacksmiths of Michigan, 1880-1919
Horseshoes were a necessity that helped win the Civil War. Here's a gallery of horseshoeing in Michigan from 1880-1919...
It Used to Be #1: But Now It's the 2nd Highest Point in Michigan
It's Number Two in height, replaced in 1982 by Mount Arvon. Here's where you can visit this remote spot in Baraga County...
When Can You Legally Operate Your Snow Blower in Michigan?
It snowed overnight & you have to clear the snow. But how early is too early in Michigan? Find out if there's any time you can't run your snow blower.
This Michigan City Ranks Among the 10 Smelliest in the Nation
A recent survey ranked the Top 10 Smelliest Cities in the United States, and a Northern Michigan town made the list. You may be surprised why.
UPDATE Michigan Deer Season: Which County Has Tagged Most to Date
Using data available through the Michigan DNR deer harvest report, let's count down to the Michigan county that has tagged and reported the most deer to date.
You’ll Need Peacock To See Michigan State Basketball’s Big Ten Opener Vs. Wisconsin
Peacock lost NBC more than a half-billion dollars in the third quarter of 2023 alone. You can bet your ass that the suits in the NBC boardroom are going to leverage the Big Ten properties they're paying through the nose for to drive their streaming subscriptions.
Is There a Penalty For Stealing A Shopping Cart In Michigan?
They litter roadsides and public parks, so what's the punishment for stealing a shopping cart in Michigan-- if any?
One Crucial Lesson The Midwest Could Learn from Holland, Michigan
Holland, Michigan is home to the largest publicly owned municipal snowmelt system in North America.
6 Major Red Flags To Consider Before Moving to Michigan
There are so many great reasons why those of us who live in Michigan are happy to call this great state 'home'. I've lived in Michigan for most of my life, but have lived in other states too. And there are definitely things about Michigan that you miss when you move away because you won't find them in any other state.
Reimagining Tragedy: AI’s Version of the Edmund Fitzgerald
The wreck itself has been told throughout the years, especially by singer Gordon Lightfoot, who commemorates the ship through a song.