During the first two weeks of April over a thousand soldiers from various military branches will descend on Northern Michigan for a joint training exercise.
Sergeant Jeremie Mead is the community relations specialist for Camp Grayling, where multiple parts of the exercise will take place.
State officials said Michigan went a little dam crazy in the early-to- mid 1800s. The DNR said most of these dams were used for grain mills.
Officials said the state has some 2,500 dams, and many are not needed anymore. In some cases the old dams are unsafe.
Residents and tourists in Michigan have some new historical destinations to learn about.
The Michigan Historical Commission has added four new historical markers to the more than 1700 green and gold signs found across the state. Continue reading