Two separate day-long classes are being offered this month to train and certify foragers who commercially harvest and sell wild mushrooms in Michigan. Those who would like to learn about mushroom foraging, but do not seek certification, are also welcome to take the class.
Everyone gets a kick out of funny laws that happen to be on the books. Some of them are simple carryovers from a time long past, where things were simpler, or weirder, depending on your viewpoint. Some of these laws are just plain odd, and don't make sense.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to remove language from a proposal which would restrict the modification of engines and emission control devices in racing vehicles.
An outbreak of canine influenza requiring the treatment of 100 dogs has closed a Chicago animal shelter. Last spring, more than 1,000 dogs in the Chicago area became sick, according to NBC Chicago. However, there have been no widespread reports of canine influenza in Michigan.
Michigan State suffered a shocking 90-81 loss to Middle Tennessee today. The second-seed Spartans became only the eighth team in the NCAA men's tournament to lose to a fifteen-seed. It brings to mind the Michigan Wolverines football team's shocking loss to Appalachian State in 2007. Which loss was more…
It wouldn't be a Michigan summer without baseball and road trips. Combine the two and you'll have a memorable summer vacation. Enjoy a week of great baseball this summer while exploring seven stadiums and some great Michigan cities!