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Mon December 13, 2010
In this morning's news...
Severe Winter Weather Hits Michigan
In case you haven’t peered out your window yet this morning… we are waking up to severe winter weather. There are hundreds of closed schools across the state including Ann Arbor Public, Kalamazoo Public, Jackson Public and Lansing Public Schools. As The Associated Press reports, “...at least two fatal crashes are blamed on the wintry storm that has pummeled Michigan with heavy wind-blown snow. Winds will continue to gust today as power crews restore electricity to thousands of blacked-out customers.”
Snow = Free Football Tickets?
Free general admission tickets to a football game tonight at Ford Field in downtown Detroit will be given out beginning this morning at 9 a.m. That’s because the Minnesota Vikings’ home game against the New York Giants was moved to Ford Field after the inflated roof of the Vikings’ Metrodome collapsed yesterday under the weight of heavy snow. As the Detroit Free Press reports, it’s the “snow’s silver lining.”
Deer Hunting Declines
There has been a steady decline in the number of hunters participating in firearm deer season in Michigan, reports the Kalamazoo Gazette. According to the Gazette, “The final numbers won’t be out until the middle of 2011, but the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment says preliminary data show about a 4 percent decrease in both the number of hunters who came out for firearm season, which ended on Nov. 30, and the number of kill tags sold.”