Month: January 2019

Michigan community mourns loss of Abbas family, week after fatal shipwreck

A week after a shipwreck on I-75 in Lexington killed a Michigan family, community members from Northville and Dearborn have come together again. Relatives packed the Islamic Center in Dearborn, Michigan on Sunday evening. Many in attendance spent last Sunday evening in the same location, as news of the fatal wreck reached family and friends …

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Declining hunting and fishing licenses could hurt Michigan economy, reports say

LANSING – Fewer Michiganders hunt and fish each year as baby boomers age, a trend that could strain the state’s economy and its efforts to protect wildlife. That’s according to a group of lawmakers, conservationists and business representatives who have urged the legislature to attract a younger and more diverse generation to the outside. Lawmakers …

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