Stories tagged: "Lake Huron"


10 Famous Great Lakes Ships Every Michigander Should Know

From having a “lucky boat” to seeing a ship that’s simply “majestic,” Michiganders love their Great Lakes boats. Here are some of the most popular. 

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A Michigan Tradition? Salmon Aren’t Native, But They’re a Favorite Here

Most people agree salmon make for good eating. But did you know that these fish also help keep our environment free from invasive species?

This undated photo provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary shows the 266-foot steel-hulled steamer Choctaw.
From Freighter to Historic Site: Remembering the Sinking of the Choctaw

It traversed the Great Lakes for years until sinking in 1915. Now, the Choctaw serves as another of Michigan’s numerous historic sites.

Photo courtesy the Waugoshance Lighthouse Preservation Society
Iconic Michigan Lighthouses Are Crumbling Because of Climate Change

Lighthouses on either side of the Straits of Mackinac face destruction. Biden's climate plan could save many like them.

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Even More Michiganders Have Been Evacuated From A Likely Contaminated Flood Zone

New information shows dangerous dioxins may be carried into Lake Huron from central Michigan's flooding disaster.