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PORT HURON, Mich., July 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bayview Yacht Club announced today that the "Bell's Beer Bayview Mackinac Race" will broadcast all 15 sailboat class starts Saturday from Lake Huron via live video web streaming at www.bycmack.com for the first time in the 87-year history of the race. "We are very excited to share our race with the world with this first live video web streaming," said Commodore John Burke.
Live fish taken from Lake St.
By Tina Lam, Detroit Free Press Jul. 29--The summer's heavy rains may have kept lawns a little greener, but they've made the water along Michigan's beaches a little dirtier.
By Tammy Stables Battaglia, Detroit Free Press Jul. 27--Macomb County residents may not think of themselves as coastal residents in the traditional sense. But a series of boat tours leaving the Metro Beach Metropark docks in the next couple of weeks is designed to change that.
By Eric Sharp, Detroit Free Press Jun. 26--It was slow. The 43 boats entered in the Michigan Ontario Muskie Club's annual charity tournament for the Special Olympics were picking and pecking at fish, and aboard Shelby Kristy we were mostly just picking.
By Kim North Shine, Detroit Free Press Oct. 28--The story goes that inexplicable, frightening sights and sounds have emanated from the bathhouse at the Grosse Pointe Woods Lake Front Park: lights turning off and on by themselves, showers doing the same, a figure of man appearing in shaky glass wall.
A "drain hole" in the St. Clair River caused by dredging and other commercial projects is costing Lakes Huron and Michigan a combined 2.5 billion gallons of water each day, according to a Canadian study released Tuesday.
By Kathleen Gray and Tina Lam, Detroit Free Press Aug. 7--A few years ago, when Metro Beach in Harrison Township was closed routinely because of high bacteria counts, it would have been hard to imagine the Lake St. Clair beach in its present state: clean, clear and full of swimmers.
By Peggy Walsh-Sarnecki, Detroit Free Press Jan. 14--Longstanding questions about whether the state could one day kick them out have been settled for hundreds of cottage owners in two popular Michigan waterfront playgrounds.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.