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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2017-01-18, 15:15

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I want to see you up here playing in the 2 division ping pong tournament.
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If anyone is bored next weekend this thing is actually kinda fun to watch.....

Sno*Drift returns for 20th nationally sanctioned year



LEWISTON — Sno*Drift, a nationally sanctioned race for performance rally vehicles, will roll through Montmorency County for its 20th year from Jan. 27-28.

The event, which has roots in the 1950s according to a previous Herald article, starts in downtown Lewiston Jan. 27. By the end of the day the rally will make its way into Atlanta, setting up camp at the high school. On the 28th, drivers will head to Hillman to finish the race and participate in an awards presentation.

Event Chairman Don Rathgeber said the rally has 20 stages, with each stage ranging from two to 14 miles. He said stages are generally run twice.

“Most of the roads we’ve run in previous years,” Rathgeber said. “There are no big surprises there, but there are different combinations.”

Rathgeber said the vehicles typically travel from 40-70 mph, but can sometimes exceed this at different points in the race. He said Blue Lake Road in Atlanta has a two-mile straightaway where the vehicles usually pick up steam. He said the vehicles can travel as fast as 100 mph in some areas.

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Sledfest promises a rollicking, music-filled time



JOHANNESBURG — Leave it to Stacy Jo Schiller to find a way to have fun a farm in February.

Schiller, who organizes and hosts the popular Farmfest summer music festival, will once again host its winter cousin, Sledfest, which will take place beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 at her Home Comfort Farm, 1865 Roby Road, near Meridian Line Road and near the Otsego-Montmorency county border.

The event, for both kids and grownups, features sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, eating, drinking and live music "until the cows slide down the hill in a tube,” Schiller said.

Every August for nearly two decades, Schiller has hosted Farmfest, a three-day music festival featuring Michigan bands. Sledfest is a chance for festival fans to connect with their summer friends.

“It’s like a summer festival in the middle of winter.” Schiller said. “It’s a family party during the day that turns into a party for adults at night.”

Schiller added that for Sledfest, the large hill at Home Comfort Farm is transformed into a winter fun land that is illuminated throughout the night for sledding and sliding. Well-lit paths through the forest are perfect for cross-county skiing and snowshoeing, and snowmobiles can take advantage of the many trails to and from the farm.

For creative festival goers, there a snow art contest. The winner receives a family weekend pass to Farmfest, which will take place Aug. 10-13.

“There are winter camping if you dare, and a bonfire to light a small city,” Schiller said. “We’ll have home cooked comfort food, like venison stew and potato soup from the Feedbag Café, and lovely libations from the pub.”

Ten Michigan bands including The Change, Oh Brother Big Sister, The Jakey Thomas Band and Bandura Gypsies will compete in the battle of the bands from 3 p.m. into the wee hours in the heated Feedbag stage area. The winner receives a $500 sponsorship and a main stage set at Farmfest 2017.

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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-01-24, 14:26

Grayling, the Ausable and Mio make the New York Times.....

In Michigan, a Fight Over the Future of a Fabled Trout River



The greatest sign posted at a public fishing access spot in the United States is on the South Branch of the Au Sable River at a place called the Mason Tract. It reads: “Sportsman slow your pace … ahead lies the fabled land of the South Branch. Here generations of fisherman have cast a fly on one of the great trout streams of America. Hunters, too, have roamed these hills in the solitude so bountifully offered. The land is rich in tradition and stands ready to renew your soul. Tread lightly as you pass and leave no mark. Go forth in the spirit of George W. Mason, whose generous gift has made this forever possible.”

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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2017-01-24, 15:04

LooseGoose wrote:Grayling, the Ausable and Mio make the New York Times.....

In Michigan, a Fight Over the Future of a Fabled Trout River



The greatest sign posted at a public fishing access spot in the United States is on the South Branch of the Au Sable River at a place called the Mason Tract. It reads: “Sportsman slow your pace … ahead lies the fabled land of the South Branch. Here generations of fisherman have cast a fly on one of the great trout streams of America. Hunters, too, have roamed these hills in the solitude so bountifully offered. The land is rich in tradition and stands ready to renew your soul. Tread lightly as you pass and leave no mark. Go forth in the spirit of George W. Mason, whose generous gift has made this forever possible.”
wow - you guys still have some nice color up there.

Our leaves dropped back in late October here in East Lansing.
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Students explain what America means to them


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LooseGoose wrote:Students explain what America means to them

that young man on the right must've been held back a year or two.

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Area Couple Tunes into National Signing Day

Mio, MI - Area Couple Edith and Gerald Ledbetter are celebrating the first day of February by watching National Signing Day. Edith, a proud graduate of Oscoda Institute of Microwave Repair, is always fascinated by the speeds at which the young men can run. Gerald, on the other hand, is more impressed by the amount of metal weights the high-school kids can lift at a given time. He states proudly that "back in my day, I could lift the north end of a southbound cow while still drinking an RC Cola with my free hand". While the Ledbetters are avid sports fans, their favorite pasttime is watching the electronic age unfold in front of their very own eyes on QVC.
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Post by MattyFresh on 2017-02-01, 11:29

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LooseGoose wrote:Students explain what America means to them

that young man on the right must've been held back a year or two.


Can't you respect the fact he dropped out of HS to serve his country in Nam! Glad he's back to get his diploma
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that young man on the right must've been held back a year or two.


Can't you respect the fact he dropped out of HS to serve his country in Nam! Glad he's back to get his diploma
I'm certain he's a great American.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-02-06, 15:43

A story on the 2014 Luzerne Winter bonfire - this year's edition will be on February 18th @6pm for those planning to drive up for it.




More than 60 attend annual Luzerne Winter Break Bonfire

Area residents stand around the bonfire March 8 during the annual Luzerne Winter Break Bonfire, which was held this year in the campground behind Luzerne Express. According to Luzerne Fire Department Chief Duane Roddy, the fire was created as a way for residents to take a break and socialize during rough winters in anticipation of spring.

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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2017-02-06, 15:47

I will not be attending this year's big brush fire, sorry.
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Watch Out Pylon! wrote:I will not be attending this year's big brush fire, sorry.

Are you sure? Did you notice they have free hot dogs and hot chocolate?

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-02-06, 15:51

Watch Out Pylon! wrote:I will not be attending this year's big brush fire, sorry.

Regretfully, I think that I have a surprise 40th birthday part to go to, although the bonfire will probably be more fun.
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Watch Out Pylon! wrote:I will not be attending this year's big brush fire, sorry.
you say it like you have something better to do.

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LooseGoose wrote:A story on the 2014 Luzerne Winter bonfire - this year's edition will be on February 18th @6pm for those planning to drive up for it.




More than 60 attend annual Luzerne Winter Break Bonfire

Area residents stand around the bonfire March 8 during the annual Luzerne Winter Break Bonfire, which was held this year in the campground behind Luzerne Express. According to Luzerne Fire Department Chief Duane Roddy, the fire was created as a way for residents to take a break and socialize during rough winters in anticipation of spring.


My invitation was probably just lost in the mail.
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Watch Out Pylon! wrote:I will not be attending this year's big brush fire, sorry.

Are you sure?   Did you notice they have free hot dogs and hot chocolate?

Trying to cut down on the carbs. Thanks though.
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Robert J Sakimano wrote:
Watch Out Pylon! wrote:I will not be attending this year's big brush fire, sorry.
you say it like you have something better to do.


I really need to read my new water softener's owner's manual.
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Watch Out Pylon! wrote:
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you say it like you have something better to do.


I really need to read my new water softener's owner's manual.
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MIO, Mi - This Saturday, the Mio Chamber of Commerce is hosting a driver's safety class at the Mio Convention Center and Bingo Hall. The event will begin inside and is designed to be an informative session about the hazards of driving. The group will then proceed outside to the Mio intersection to apply what they learn in the informational session. Space is limited so call today to reserve your spot.

* upon arrival to the session, please have a copy of your health insurance, your life insurance, a list of next of kin and their contact information along with a copy of your dental records. You will have the opportunity to pray prior to pulling out into traffic.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-02-08, 14:59

Looks like their next game is VS East Lansing - perhaps a Swill meetup for this rivalry clash up north?

Strategy, skill and sisterhood draw players to Kalkaska roller derby team





The Outlaws next game is scheduled for May 27 at the Kaliseum where the Outlaws are set to play the East Lansing Mavens.

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LooseGoose wrote:Looks like their next game is VS East Lansing - perhaps a Swill meetup for this rivalry clash up north?

Strategy, skill and sisterhood draw players to Kalkaska roller derby team





The Outlaws next game is scheduled for May 27 at the Kaliseum where the Outlaws are set to play the East Lansing Mavens.
that would be pretty fly.

(you wouldn't shoot me, would you?)

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Robert J Sakimano wrote:
LooseGoose wrote:Looks like their next game is VS East Lansing - perhaps a Swill meetup for this rivalry clash up north?

Strategy, skill and sisterhood draw players to Kalkaska roller derby team





that would be pretty fly.

(you wouldn't shoot me, would you?)


Nah - I'd perteckt you from the locals.

We could play poker at WBH's and have dinner at Shirley's.
That's Memorial Day weekend so there would be a lot of Doings up here.
If Floyd could fit it in I'd even take him over to meet his Amish cookie cook. ;-)

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Post by CheesySpartan on 2017-02-08, 16:55

LooseGoose wrote:Looks like their next game is VS East Lansing - perhaps a Swill meetup for this rivalry clash up north?

Strategy, skill and sisterhood draw players to Kalkaska roller derby team





The Outlaws next game is scheduled for May 27 at the Kaliseum where the Outlaws are set to play the East Lansing Mavens.

3 "In" the rest "On".

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LooseGoose wrote:Looks like their next game is VS East Lansing - perhaps a Swill meetup for this rivalry clash up north?

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3 "In" the rest "On".

So you're taking the SS Badger over for the Doings?


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Predator round-up returns to Luzerne



LUZERNE — Hunters will start bringing foxes, bobcats and coyotes to the pole for the fifth annual Luzerne Area Predator Round-up Feb. 24-26.

Event organizers Marlene Kaminski and Doug Casterline said that last year the contest brought around 100 hunters from around the state. Kaminski said one hunter came as far as 300 miles or more outside the state.

“We expect at least as much as we did last year,” Casterline said. “That’s just in the predator round-up, not including the squirrel hunt. Add another 18 to that for the squirrel hunt.”

“Many come from outside of the area,” Kaminski said. “A family will often have three generations hunting.”

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3 "In" the rest "On".

So you're taking the SS Badger over for the Doings?


I prefer the new Lake Express but it doesn't run this time of year.

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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-02-20, 13:18

Too bad for you if you missed this:

Bonfire warms up Luzerne





LUZERNE — Community members turned out Feb. 18 for the Luzerne Fire Department’s annual bonfire on Klimmek Road and M-72. The department provided free chili, hot dogs and hot chocolate for those in attendance. Donations were accepted at the event and went toward paying for the food offered. Fire Chief Duane Roddy said the event benefits the services the department is able to provide for the community.

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And most of the class would already beat Blanch in a spelling bee.

Kindergartners celebrate 100 days

MIO — Mio AuSable kindergarten teacher Judy Eurich’s class dressed up like superheroes Feb.16 to celebrate making it through 100 days. Students participated in many 100 themed activities counting out 100 snacks, pasting 100 words on a page and making a 100 cup pyramid. The class even wrote individualized stories about what each student would do when they turned 100 years old.




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Community play to take place at Tripoint Church of God

MIO — The Tripoint Church of God will be hosting a community play, “Murder at the Pie Auction,” Feb. 25 and 26.

The play was written by Michael Druce and is based on a dinner theater model, according to Director Malcom Wessing. The play centers on a pie-baking contest and auction in the fictional town of Mynute, Alaska. Pie-making contestants travel to the small town is in the middle of nowhere. Some characters include Julie Lyle, a pie-baking celebrity, and Guy Templeton, a pie-tasting critic. The tension of the play occurs when one of the characters goes missing.

“It’s kind of a whodunnit,” Wessing said. “Somebody did it in the cast, but that’s food for people showing up.”

The play is a fundraiser for Love In the Name of Christ, an organization that helps churches in Oscoda County coordinate resources. It features a pie auction within the play and desserts auctioned off afterward.

“Everyone gets a slice of dessert included in their ticket price, whether or not you win a bid for a whole dessert,” Love INC Director Laurie Diller said in an email.

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MIO — Mio AuSable kindergarten teacher Judy Eurich’s class dressed up like superheroes Feb.16



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Hunters gather for annual Predator Quest



Keeping Americans safe from these vicious animals:


Arming more proud Americans:

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Arming more proud Americans:
I don't believe for a second that any of those guys are residents of Mio.

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MIO, Mi - This Saturday, at the Mio Community Center and Fabric Store, local gardener Milus Hossenfuss will hold a talk on beginning gardening. The focus, Milus states, will be on both ornamental plants and plants that are designed to yield easily chewed foods. Milus, 94, is well known in the gardening community across the greater Mio region. His daffodil collection regularly wins "Best Daffodil Collection" at the Mio Livestock and Tractor Show, held every June in downtown Mio.

If you need a ride to the event, you can contact Milus and he will arrange to have his great, great, great, great grandson, Homer Hossenfuss (pictured above), 47, to pick you up.

Please bring a copy of your insurance to the talk, along with emergency contact information. It is also recommended that if you decide to pursue gardening this summer that you designate a next of kin to tend to your plants should you not live until the September harvest.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-02-27, 10:22

Robert J Sakimano wrote:Please bring a copy of your insurance to the talk, along with emergency contact information. It is also recommended that if you decide to pursue gardening this summer that you designate a next of kin to tend to your plants should you not live until the September harvest.

This is very good advice. I had an uncle drop dead while rototilling his garden back in July of '76. Of course with a major pre-existing heart condition the choice to run the rototiller on a hot July afternoon probably wasn't the best decision.


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Robert J Sakimano wrote:Please bring a copy of your insurance to the talk, along with emergency contact information. It is also recommended that if you decide to pursue gardening this summer that you designate a next of kin to tend to your plants should you not live until the September harvest.

This is very good advice. I had an uncle drop dead while rototilling his garden back in July of '76. Of course with a major pre-existing heart condition the choice to run the rototiller on a hot July afternoon probably wasn't the best decision.



(not laughing at your uncle..)

RIP to da Uncle.


I'm glad my information was helpful. If it can save one life, it's worth the time I spent writing it.
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This is very good advice. I had an uncle drop dead while rototilling his garden back in July of '76. Of course with a major pre-existing heart condition the choice to run the rototiller on a hot July afternoon probably wasn't the best decision.



(not laughing at your uncle..)

RIP to da Uncle.


I'm glad my information was helpful. If it can save one life, it's worth the time I spent writing it.

Well he did get to see the BiCentennial and as a proud American that was important to him. His Granddaughter is singing the National Anthem at Comerica on June 3rd, I'm sure somewhere he's very proud of her. She's actually playing Asheville this year, perhaps you can see her on your vacation?


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(not laughing at your uncle..)

RIP to da Uncle.


I'm glad my information was helpful. If it can save one life, it's worth the time I spent writing it.

Well he did get to see the BiCentennial and as a proud American that was important to him.   His Granddaughter is singing the National Anthem at Comerica on June 3rd, I'm sure somewhere he's very proud of her.  She's actually playing Asheville this year, perhaps you can see her on your vacation?

I'll probably head down that way another 3-4 times this year..

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Robert J Sakimano wrote:
LooseGoose wrote:

Well he did get to see the BiCentennial and as a proud American that was important to him.   His Granddaughter is singing the National Anthem at Comerica on June 3rd, I'm sure somewhere he's very proud of her.  She's actually playing Asheville this year, perhaps you can see her on your vacation?

I'll probably head down that way another 3-4 times this year..

Orange Peel? The Grey Eagle?

Holy shit....I don't like the name of this place at all.

ISIS Music Hall

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