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Good news: Americans are making things again, from cars to watches to socks. Whats behind the manufacturing upswing and what it means for American labor. Plus, former labor secretary Robert Reich explains how to maximize new manufacturing opportunities.

The return of Made in the USA

Used car dealer gets prison term for scam


Randy Brooks Sr. to serve at least 30 months for larceny, forgery
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CADILLAC Former used car dealer and captured fugitive Randy Brooks Sr. has been sentenced for his role in the operation of the defunct Direct Auto and Truck Antonio Coleman | Cadillac News dealership, Randy Truax, 60, of Cadillac, has worked as an attendant at the Cadillac rest area on U.S. 131 for about a year. which operated in Haring Township in 2011. Brooks Sr. A motion by Brooks to withdraw his no contest plea was denied Friday by Judge William Fagerman. Brooks pleaded no contest to two counts of larceny by 15693 FTC_feb.ai 2/10/11 3:23:22 PM conversion and one count of forgery of a title application, with a habitual offender third notice. He was sentenced to 30 months to 10 years in prison and was ordered to pay up to $51,000 in assessments. The Brooks case was notable for being R.L. the inPlok &first Co. stance of a person in Wexford Hersey store People dont realize County being charged with By Antonio Coleman manager says what it takes, he said. racketeering. The charges Cadillac News motivated They come in one time and were filed against Brooks Sr. by then Prosecuting Attorney CADILLAC Randy Truax, theyre gone. They dont employees mean Mark Smathers for allegedly an attendant at the Cadillac realize that its a constant, happy customers, A7 rest area on U.S. 131, starts nonstop flow of people, and operating the used car busihis days as early as 6 a.m. you have to clean up after Available On ness as a criminal enterprise. els! He cleans, stocks, mops and everybody. Direct Auto allegedly failed Most Mod Fast food worker Truax, who said he has sweeps for hundreds of travto pay off liens as promised worked maintenance since elers each day . to the customer, and would says stressful His work week begins on the 1970s, took the position resell cars using a fraudulent job teaches Monday, but Truax, 60, said at the rest area after being title application. Lacking life lessons, A7 hes usually already put in laid off from his last job. Hes a clear title, the new buyer about 40 hours of work as worked at the rest area for would be supplied with temearly as 1 p.m. on Thursday. more than a year. porary tags, which are meant Before going home, Truax A resident of Cadillac, he to be used for no longer than said many visitors are un- said he makes sure everything a couple of weeks. Some buy Machinist works aware of the amount of ef- is stocked for the night, the ers were told to keep coming way up the ranks fort it takes to keep the rest doors are closed and the floors back for temporary tags for are clean. He said he sees his area in shape. more than a year. during 30-year A lot of people dont real- new job as very important Brooks failed to appear for career, A8 ize that its full-time, non- because of the occasional exsentencing in April of 2012 stop and the people never pression of gratitude. and was on the run for a year APR Financing The most rewarding part quit coming, Truax said. before he was discovered livIn spite of all the hours he of my job is when somebody ing in Flint this spring using Bonus Cash Thru Financial Sernices Only. 60 Monthly Payments Of $16.67 Per $1,000 Borrowed. APRthe Includes Hybrid. TFS Bonus CashReitano. Excludes Hybrid. Toyota Loggers work works, Truax said its still comes up and says thank alias Randy difficult keeping up with you for (the rest area) beBrooks still faces charges long days in all the necessary cleaning and ing so clean, Truax said. It of absconding and forfeiting kinds of weather, stocking with so many visi- happens quite often and it albond, with a habitual offendNew 2011 Toyota Camry LE Model #2532, 4-Door Sedan tors walking through the ways feels good. er, fourth notice. A8 rest areas doors each day . news@cadillacnews.com | 775-NEWS (6397) jbroddle@cadillacnews.com | 775-NEWS (6397)

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the city and property owners Don said he would take it all under and Gloria Boersma. A summons advisement and issue a writand complaint, together, formally ten opinion. That opinion was issued, and counsel for Haring begin a civil lawsuit. A motion was made in July by Township Ron Redick received it /MO. City . the city of Cadillac for a sum- on Monday 36 Month Lease, $2599 D Due At Due At Lease L Signing One of the stipulations of the mary disposition on the lawsuit filed by Haring Township. 425 agreement was that the city New 2011 Rav4 4x4 provide water and/or sewer withA summary disposition seeks Model #4432, a 4-Door SUV dismissal of or judgment on all in 10 years. The summonses were or part of a claim. Both coun- filed due to the townships belief sel for the city and the property that a recently completed sewer owners as well as Haring Town- extension on the property owned ship spent a majority of the time by the Boersmas did not meet the RICK CHARMOLI | CADILLAC NEWS /MO. remain in the Judge William Fagerman issued discussing sewer service and stipulations for it to a writHwy 36 Month Lease, $1999 9 Due D At ten Lease opinion Signing city . Fagermans written opinion what that means. recently in favor of Haring After both sides stated their confirmed the townships belief. Township over property that had been New 2011 Sienna LE case, Judge William Fagerman For more, turn to Page A4 transferred to the city of Cadillac. Model #5338, 8-Passenger Minivan

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Construction on Mesick roundabout starts next week


By Kris Verhage Cadillac News

MESICK The construction of the roundabout at the intersection of M-115 and M-37 is scheduled to begin early Wednesday morning, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation. Starting at 4 a.m. Wednesday, the intersection will be closed throughout the construction of

the roundabout and is expected to reopen at the end of September, MDOT Delivery Engineer Del Kirkby said. If you plan on traveling that way Wednesday morning, plan on taking the detour, Kirkby said. The detour will have traffic exit M-115 westbound at 19 Road and travel north to 16 Road, then west to M-37, where traffic to Traverse City may exit the de-

tour. Westbound M-115 traffic then will continue west on 11 3/4 Road (also known as Industrial Drive) to the intersection of M-115 in Mesick. The detour is the same route in reverse for traffic going east. Along the detour route, the intersection of 16 and 19 roads is now controlled by all-way stop signs. All-way stop signs will be placed at the intersections of M-115 and 19 Road, M-37 and 16

Road and M-115 and Industrial Drive, Kirkby said. All businesses adjacent to the intersection will be accessible during construction, he added. The $1.4 million project, which will be paid for out of federal safety funds, includes the construction of the roundabout, as well as paving a portion of 13 Road as it runs south from the intersection. Traverse City-

based Elmers has been performing drainage, electrical and other work along the shoulders at the intersection for the last couple of weeks, Kirkby said. The roundabout is designed to make the intersection safer. Traffic engineers consider roundabout the safer than traffic signals as a way to reduce crashes at busy intersections, according to MDOT.
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New city clerk resigns after first week


By Rick Charmoli Cadillac News

MSP to step up patrols over weekend


By Antonio Coleman and Rick Charmoli Cadillac News

CADILLAC After a little more than a week on the job, new Cadillac City Clerk Kyle Ecker has resigned from his position. Cadillac City Manager Marcus Peccia said information recently came to light that was inconsistent with Eckers application for the clerk position. Peccia added he recently received information anonymously about Eckers background and how it differed from what was previously provided. Ecker resigned on Aug. 28. Peccia said that the Michigan State Police Criminal History Access Tool showed no criminal record on Ecker in late December and again earlier this week after the new information came to light. The Cadillac News has made a Freedom of Information Act request regarding the anonymous information the city re-

Cadillac Deputy Clerk Kari Lanning swears in new Cadillac City Clerk Kyle Ecker during the Aug. 19 Cadillac City Council meeting. Ecker resigned after one week on the job.
ceived. Although Ecker has resigned from his position as city clerk, Peccia added the city council will have to rescind its appointment of him to the position. It is scheduled to do that at its upcoming meeting on Monday . With the position again vacant, Peccia said he and the city treasurer will fill in until a new clerk is found. Interviews of former top candidates for the position will begin shortly, and the plan is to have a new candidate back in

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front of the council by the Sept. 16 meeting, Peccia said. Shortly after being sworn in Aug. 19, Ecker took over the duties that had been handled by Peccia after former Clerk Chris Benson retired last month. Ecker was one of 47 applicants for the job and one of eight interviewed. Ecker is originally from Birch Run and is a Central Michigan University graduate. He had worked for the city as an intern since January before becoming clerk.
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CADILLAC Labor Day travelers can expect to see increased traffic enforcement from the Michigan State Police this holiday weekend. Sgt. Malcolm Irwin said patrols will increase over Labor Day weekend with an additional police presence near freeways and state highways. Similar to the Fourth of July and Memorial Day , Irwin said Labor Day is generally an increased time of major travel. We are looking for aggressive drivers and drivers under the influence, especially in places of high traffic flow, Irwin said. A lot of people are heading out on the freeways for vacation. This years Labor Day travel period is defined as Thursday through Monday . In 2012, MSP reported a total of eight deaths in Michigan crashes over Labor Day weekend. Four of those deaths involved alcohol, and four vehicle occupants were not wearing seat belts. Although both DUIs and increased speed-

ing are concerns for the MSP , Irwin said speeding violations tend to be more prevalent than DUIs. However, he said he hopes the increased police presence will continue to reduce the amount of aggressive drivers. If drivers see that police are out, their visibility will have an effect, and more police will usually slow people down, Irwin said. Areas such as U.S. 131 and M-115 tend to experience high amounts of speeders, he said. Irwin said he hopes the additional MSP presence will reduce the number of fast drivers at these two locations. The MSP and AAA have collaborated on an initiative to encourage safer Labor Day driving. The MSP and AAA are partnering together in support of Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort). Launched in 1977, C.A.R.E. is a multijurisdictional program of enforcement, activity planning and patrol, particularly during the holiday season. The community response for Operation C.A.R.E. has been really

positive, said Nancy Cain, director of public relations for AAA Michigan. But we clearly have more work to do. She said the purpose of the initiative is to raise awareness and encourage attentive driving among commuters. Along with drunken driving and speeding, Cain said distracted driving is also a concern this upcoming holiday weekend. Studies have shown that taking your eyes off the road for two seconds can double your risk of crashing, Cain said. You have to be really careful. More than 1.2 million Michigan residents will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Labor Day holiday weekend, a one percent increase from last year, according to AAA. The largest amount of holiday travelers will depart on Friday with Monday the more popular date of return, according to AAA. The average distance traveled by Americans this holiday weekend is expected to be 594 miles, 32 miles less than last year, based on a survey of traveler intentions.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has announced the physician practices in Northern Michigan that have been designated as Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) for 2013. Northern Physicians Organization (NPO) wishes to acknowledge and congratulate its members for this achievement. Congratulations to: Bayside Family & Sports Medicine Brookside Family Medicine Cherry Bend Family Care Debra Graetz, MD Grand Traverse Childrens Clinic Grand Traverse Internists Internal Medicine of Northern Michigan Kalkaska Family Practice Munson Family Practice Center Northern Michigan Medicine & Pediatrics Northern Pines Health Center Partners in Family Practice Partners in Health Superior Family Medical Associates Thirlby Clinic Traverse Area Pediatric & Adolescent Clinic Village Family Practice West Front Primary Care What is a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)? A Patient- Centered Medical Home practice is centered around you, the patient, and dedicated to providing you with the best health care experience possible. Instead of just treating you for a problem here and there without making a connection between symptoms, a patient-centered medical home works to connect the dots and coordinate your care. The PCMH is about you, the patient. Its your care the way you want it. Benefits of joining a Patient-Centered Medical Home practice: Same-day appointments with off-hour service Focused, personal interaction with doctors and care teams Have your health care team really listen to your questions and concerns Build a relationship with your physician and the team Be a part in making decisions regarding your care You, your doctor, and your health care team will create a plan to help you achieve optimum wellness.

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In Brief Lake Billings closed due to high E. coli count


MANTON Lake Billings in Manton was closed Friday due to high levels of E. coli found during recent testing. Wexford County Drain Commissioner Mike Solomon said the most recent test showed an E. coli level of 1148.5 organisms per 100 milliliters. The state standard is 300 organisms per 100 milliliters. New tests will not be run until Tuesday , meaning the lake will likely be closed throughout the holiday weekend. Solomon added that the recent heavy rains are probably responsible for the higher levels.

SUDLERSVILLE, Md. (AP) An electronic failure may be to blame for a practice bomb that was dropped from a jet onto a taverns parking lot, a Maryland National Guard official said Friday . An A-10 Warthog jet from the 104th Fighter Squadron in the 175th Wing was returning from a training mission Thursday night to Warfield Air National Guard Base in Middle River when the inert device was dropped, guard spokesman Lt. Col. Charles Kohler said. The guard has grounded the aircraft while it investigates. Kohler didnt yet know exactly what device it was, but said it is made to fly like a 500-pound bomb, but weighs much less. This is an unfortunate incident and were very lucky that no one was hurt. Safety is a top priority in all operations, Kohler said.

Take a trip around Lake Cadillac and help support reading and literacy through the Skate the Lake Challenge. From now until Sept. 7, Cadillac businessman Bob Meyer will match dollar for dollar any local donations to the literacy program Imagination Library.

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Man skating for a good cause


Bob Meyer will match donations to United Way for Imagination Library through Sept. 7
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Vt. man, 73, plants mystery seeds, gets pot ticket


ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (AP) A 73-year-old man who was given the first civil marijuana ticket in a Vermont town says he had planted some seeds he found in a box and got spanked by police after it grew into a pot plant. William Reynolds was issued a $200 civil ticket by St. Johnsbury police after authorities seized a potted 2 -foottall marijuana plant from his Main Street apartment. Reynolds said he doesnt smoke marijuana and was playing around with the seeds he found. He says he did wrong and wont contest the ticket.

CADILLAC Cadillac businessman Bob Meyer skates just about every day when the weather is good. Even at age 75, he still feels up to the challenge of gliding a few miles when he gets the chance. Given his blessings of good health and success, Meyer devised a challenge for the community: He will match, dollar for dollar, all donations made to the United Way between now and 10 a.m. Sept. 7. Thats when Meyer welcomes anyone to join him as he skates the 7 1/2 miles around the lake. Meyer has been active all his life and said he feels blessed to still have the balance and flexibility to enjoy recreational pursuits such as in-line skating and skiing. His 75th birthday was this summer.

He also wants to have the chance to share his blessings and encourage others to do the same. I really believe in giving, Meyer said. Meyer gave credit to Cadillac Casting President and CEO Dan Minor and new McGuires Resort owner Carl Thomas for prompting him to pledge to the dollar-to-dollar match. United Way will direct the funds to the new Imagination Library literacy program, according to United Way Executive Director Pat Goggin. The programs mission is to place a new book monthly in the hands of every child up to five years old in Wexford and Missaukee counties. The Imagination Library is a program initiated by country music star Dolly Parton. The age-appropriate, high-quality books are delivered by mail each month. Families are eligi-

ble regardless of income. The books also provide guidance to parents and gives advice on how to speak to children about the books before, during and after reading, according to Mike Acosta, Wexford Missaukee Great Start Collaborative Cocoordinator. If mailed, donations must be postmarked by Sept. 7 in order to qualify for the matching funds. Send to United Way Wexford-Missaukee Counties, Attn: Skate The Lake Challenge, 421 S. Mitchell St., Cadillac, MI, 49601. Donations also may be made on the Wexford Missaukee United Way website at www.uwwexfordmissaukee.org. Parents interested in receiving books through the Imagination Library may sign up at any area library or go online at http://usa.imaginationlibrary .com.
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CADILLAC Jordan Hendrix, 20, remains in critical condition following a crash in Haring Township Thursday morning. Hendrix was still listed in critical condition Friday afternoon, according to officials at Munson Hospital in Traverse City . Hendrix was traveling southbound on U.S. 131 in the northbound lane around 4:15 a.m. Thursday when he struck a bridge abutment head-on at the Crosby Road overpass. Police say Hendrix was wearing his seat belt and was the only occupant in the vehicle. Michigan State Police were assisted by the Wexford County Sheriff s Department, Cadillac Police and North Flight EMS. The crash remains under investigation.

Cadillac man charged with assault with knife

Familiar faces have new jobs, titles at RCAPS


By Nicole Weiss Cadillac News

With the retirement of Steven Westhoff, the district needed a new high school principal. RCHS assisNew positions, familiar faces tant principal and former athletic director Monty Price will take over Reed City Norman Elementary DeAnna Goodman, a long time edu- the job. Price continues as the Coyote

REED CITY It isnt just a new school superintendent greeting parents and students at Reed City Area Public Schools this year. There is an entirely new administrative team at each building, although each face is known to the RCAPS family . Webster said his new position has kept him Webster busy all summer, but he and the rest of the administrators are ready to return to school. I have complete confidence in my administrators, said Webster. We are more than ready to go and have a great year.

cator at Norman, will begin Tuesday as the schools new principal. The position was vacated by Tonya Harrison, who is now the districts K-12 curriculum director. Also leaving the school but not the district is Normans assistant principal, Kris Griffin, who has been appointed athletic director for RCAPS.

football coach and brings 15 years of experience to the district.

Changes and new school policies


The district has eliminated the district-wide curriculum and staff evaluator. The school board also ended play to participate fees. RCAPS Board of Education president Dan Boyer said the district wants to encourage everyone interested in extracurricular activities to take part. We hope by taking away that financial burden, we are demonstrating our desire that our students are invited to be a part of our programs, said Boyer. Webster agreed, saying participation leads to a more successful school year for all. We know that kids that get involved in school functions do better in school, said Webster. There is a connection there and it translates in to the classroom.
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Reed City Middle School


With Webster leaving his position as principal at RCMS, one of his employees, Dean McGuire, will be stepping into his old position. McGuire has been on staff at the middle school for 18 years.

CADILLAC A Cadillac man has been arraigned in 84th District Court after allegedly threatening another man with a knife in Cadillac Thursday . Daniel James Briseno, 33, has been charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, according to court records. Following the incident, Briseno allegedly disposed of the knife in the Clam River near the intersection of River and Mitchell streets late Thursday afternoon. Police were able to retrieve the weapon from the water. If convicted, Briseno could face up to four years in prison and/or a fine of up to $2,000.

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House Bill 4714, Accept federal health care law Medicaid expansion: Passed 20 to 18 in the Senate
To expand Medicaid eligibility to families and childless adults up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level, which implements a key component of the federal health care law, called Obamacare by most people. Under that law, the feds are supposed to pay 100 percent of the expansions cost during the first three years, with the state responsible for not more than 10 percent of the costs starting in 2020. The House must still vote on modest changes the Senate made to the bill. Y = Yes, N = No, X = Not Voting 35 Sen. Darwin Booher R - Evart N To use more rigorous methods for estimating cost savings that supposedly will be generated by changes in the state Medicaid program associated with its expansion under the federal health law. If savings are not realized then supposedly the state will tell the federal government to stop funding some $3 billion in increased annual managed care contracts with Michigan hospitals under the Medicaid expansion. 35 Sen. Darwin Booher R - Evart Y SOURCE: MichiganVotes.org, a free, non-partisan website created by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, providing concise, non-partisan, plain-English descriptions of every bill and vote in the Michigan House and Senate. Please visit http://www.MichiganVotes. org.

Expansion: Failed 17 to 21 in the Senate

CADILLAC A Cadillac woman has been charged with possession of morphine and theft from a Dollar General store. Ashley Nichole McConnell, has been charged in 84th District Court in Wexford County in connection with the Thursday incident. McConnell could face up to four years in prison and/or a fine of up to $25,000 on the drug charge, if convicted. Given a second or subsequent offense notice, she could face up to one year in jail and/or a fine of up to $2,000 if convicted of the shoplifting charge.

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Aug. 31, 1913 The body of Cedar Creek resident Fred Linn was discovered clutching a snag at the bottom of the Pine River about one and a half miles from the Wellston Dam, where a strong current swept him off his feet while he was flyfishing two weeks earlier. Family members tried every method possible to locate Linns body, including the use of dynamite. Police theorized he still was alive when he grabbed the snag, which stopped his progress down river and complicated search efforts. Aug. 31, 1963 An automobile collision at the intersection of M-115 and U.S. 131

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KEWADIN Robert D. Bilby, of Kewadin, passed away Tuesday, August 27, 2013. He was 71. He was born December 30, 1941, in Muncie, Ind., to Claude and Virginia (Rankin) Bilby. Bob graduated from Cadillac High School in 1959; he then went on to complete a tool and die ap pren ti ce ship pro gram at Ferris State University. While there, he joined the mens tennis team, playing No. 1 singles and doubles. On November 4, 1961, Bob made the best decision of his life and married Carole Raisanen. For more than 50 years, they made each other laugh and, in the process, raised three beautiful daughters: Kristin, Tara and Kimber. Young and armed with boundless energy and d e t e r m i n at i o n , B o b started his own tool and die business, Uptilt Inc., in Lansing. He ran the company for more than 20 years, never caving to the labor unions. He sold the business and, at the ripe age of 42, he went after his bucket list with gusto. First up: Build a winning racecar team. He made tracks in USAC Midget racing, then set his sights on the big leagues NASCAR. He came to Winston Cup in 1989 with his own team, Automotion, then partnered with legendary racer Bobby Allison to form Bobby Allison Motorsports the following year. Not one to sit in the stands and admire his car from afar, Bob rolled up his sleeves and got his elbows dirty in the pits, working as the team windshield washer. He was truly one of the guys, even though he was still a Yankee from Michigan. From soapbox derbies in the back alleys of Cadillac to bumpin n rubbin with the likes of Dale Earnhardt and Darrell Waltrip, Bob accomplished so much in his life on and of f the track. After his last lap in racing, Bob turned his attention and craft

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Grace Jane Brann


LAKE CITY Grace Jane Brann, of Lake C i t y, p a s s e d aw ay Thursday, August 29, 2013, at her home with her family present. She was 77. Grace was born April 1, 1936, in Detroit, to Harvey H. and Helene W. (Buss) Powers. She married William T. Brann June 18, 1960, at the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Clawson. William preceded her in death March 6, 2002. Grace was a member of the St. John Lutheran Church in Lake City since 1990, was involved as a Sunday school teacher, sang in the choir and was a member of the Lydia Circle and Alter Guild. She volunteered at Lakeview Lutheran Manor in Cadillac, was a member of the Cadillac Squares, Square Dance Club and was an active helper with the local Girl Scouts. She sang at the library with George Gruenburg and friends and also sang in some local choral groups. She is survived by her children: Jill (Joseph) Thomas of Lake City, Craig T. Brann of Ann Arbor, and Cindi (Justin) Walker of Cumming, Ga.; grandchildren: Alexandria M. (Brian Jr.) McKinstry of Evart, Sophia and Carson Walker of Cumming, Ga.; and one great-grandchild, Lane McKinstry of Evart.

homeward. One would often find him in his pole bar n tinkering with hot rod engines or building souped-up model air planes. He could make just about anything with his hands. But what brought him the most joy in life was spending time with his grandchildren. Whether it was a shared joke over breakfast, a cheer of support from the sideline, or a little coaching to help them along their way, he was there for all of them wholeheartedly. He looked forward to hearing about their summer jobs and new adventures, their upcoming classes or their new cars. Above all, he just loved to hear from them. They meant the world to him. He will be profoundly missed by his loving wife of more than 50 years, Carole Bilby ; three daughters: Kristin (Christopher) Lutz of Traverse City, Tara (Don) Nedanovich of New Orleans, and Kimber (Robert Prust) Bilby of Traverse City; five grandchildren: Wyatt, Sophie, Isabel, Max and Henry; and his beloved pet, Millie. Besides his parents, Bob was preceded in death by his brother, Jim Bilby. A memorial service will be held Saturday, September 7, 2013, at 1 p.m. at Covell Funeral Home in Traverse City with a visitation one hour prior. Please share a memory of Bob at www.covellfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to Covell Funeral Home.

killed four people and injured five others. Two adults and two children, ages 4 and 17, died as a result of injuries when a vehicle failed to observe a stop sign at the intersection and crashed into the side of another vehicle traveling on U.S. 131. Aug. 31, 1988 More than 100 firefighters from 10 area communities were called to fight a fire that began when a fuel tanker flipped over rounding a corner on M-37 near Buckley, igniting 16,800 gallons of gas and fuel oil. The driver of the tanker was able to escape without injury when the windshield popped out during the crash.

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She is also survived by a sister, Peggy (Edward) Olson of Lake City; and a brother-in-law, Jack (Cathy) Graham of Cadillac. Besides her husband, she was also preceded in death by a sister, Barbara Graham. A memorial service will be held Sunday, September 1, 2013, at 2 p.m. at the St. John Lutheran Church in Lake City with visitation starting at 1 p.m. before the service. The Rev. Richard Bachman will be officiating. There will be a luncheon following the service. Burial will take place at the St. John Lutheran Memorial Garden in Lake City. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John Lutheran Church Memorial Fund or the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. An online obituary may be viewed and condolences offered by visiting www.youngfuneral.com.
Continued from A1 The general legal rule is, if the court can find the intent of the parties by the face of the document, that is all they look at, Redick said. From the face of that, (Fagerman) determined that the city didnt install sewer service. The service also has to be able to sustain economic development on the property , and that cant do that. In December, the council agreed to easements granted by the Boersmas, which allowed the city to move forward with current engineering plans for the project. In 2008, the construction of the sewer-water project on this parcel was introduced into the citys Capital Improvement Plan. The 2013 Annual Operating Budget included an appropriation of $350,000 for this project. The installation of sewer equipment by the city was supposed to be

done in a three-phase approach, the first phase of which the city contends was complete by the May deadline. The first phase is installation of a lift station and collection pipes. The second phase would have the collection pipes installed in the ground while the third and final stage would be connecting it to the citys sewer system. With Fagermans written opinion, Redick said the 425 agreement provides that the property reverts back immediately to the township. He added, however, that a final order needed to be placed on the case that will officially transfer jurisdiction. Redick said that was submitted Thursday and will be filed with the Wexford County Clerk as well as the Secretary of State. He also said the city will have to pay the townships costs from the proceedings. Calls to counsel for the city were not immediately returned.
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E VA R T M a r c i a Jean White, of Evart, passed away Tuesday, August 27, 2013, at Spectrum Health-Reed City. She was 71. Marcia was bor n April 3, 1942, in Muskegon, to Walter D. and Doris M. (Comstock) Claeys. She had lived in Hart and Cadillac, and the last 55 years, she has resided in Evart. She was a 1960 graduate of Evart High School. Marcia married George D. White in Reed City on May 20, 1961. She worked at Evart Products and was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Evart. Mrs. White enjoyed traveling and camping and loved spending time with her family. Marcia is survived by her husband, George D. White of Evart; two daughters, M e l i n d a (Douglas) Sengelaub of Hersey, and Heather (Martin) Szymczak of Chandler, Ariz.; a son, Geoffrey (Lea Rae Johnson) White of Evart; eight grandchildren: Jacob (Beth) Seng elaub of Trave r s e C i t y, D e r e k (Hannah) Sengelaub of Reed City, Kyle Sen-

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CADILLAC William Wesley Powell, of Cadillac, passed away peacefully Friday morning, August 30, 2013, at his home surrounded by his family. He was 77. He was born September 23, 1935, in Cadillac, and graduated from Cadillac High School. He served in the United States Ar my from 1954 to 1957. William retired from Evart Products. Survivors include his wife, Betty Powell of Cadillac; and sister, Mary Alice Franklin of Cadillac. He was preceded in death by his mother, Mary Donigan; a sister, Dorothy Swinehart; and a son, Ron Dean Powell.

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g e l a u b of T raverse City, Michael, Mariah and Sean White of Reed City, Paige and Tatiana Szymczak of Chandler, Ariz.; one great-grandchild, Jude Sengelaub of Reed City; one brother, Arthur (Marcia) Claeys of Muskegon; and two sister-in-laws, Berneda (Dick) Witbeck of Evart and Ber neyce (Al) Rathbur n of Sears. A memorial service for Marcia Jean White will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, September 7, 2013, at the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Evart, with a luncheon following. Interment will be in Forest Hill Cemetery, Evart.

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true believers as both a guarantee of heaven and as a power to help us have victory over sin. Im not saying that such victories come overnight, but the course of those battles should change if we are battling them with the power of God instead of on our own. Temptations may remain, especially in the sexual realm, but temptation alone is not sin. Lastly , the author reminds us of the importance of praying for our president, and I agree with him, because: 1. God has said we should pray for those in authority , and 2. the president needs it. Like the Bible says, people are known by their fruit, regardless of what they say . Curtis C. Vanderhoof Tustin

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Governor Rick Snyder P.O. Box 30013 Lansing, MI 48909 (517) 335-7858 Constituent Services Rick.Snyder@ michigan.gov State Representatives 102nd District Representative Phil Potvin serves Wexford and Osceola counties S1386 House Office Building PO Box 30014 Lansing, MI 48909 517-373-1747 philpotvin@ house.mi.gov 103rd District Representative Bruce Rendon serves Missaukee County S1387 House Office Bldg. PO Box 30014 Lansing, MI 48909-7514 517-373-3817 brucerendon@ house.mi.gov 100th District Jon Bumstead serves Lake County P.O. Box 30014 S1289 House Office Bldg. Lansing, MI 48909-7514 517-373-7317 E-mail: jonbumstead@ house.mi.gov State Senate 35th District Darwin Booher serves Wexford, Missaukee, Lake and Osceola counties. P.O. Box 30036 520 Farnum Building Lansing, MI 48909-7536 517-373-1725 Fax: 517-373-0741 E-mail: SenDBooher@senate. michigan.gov U.S. Senate Debbie Stabenow 133 Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington D.C. 20510 202-224-4822 Traverse City office 3335 S. Airport Road West, Suite 6B Traverse City, MI 49684 231-929-1031 senator@ stabenow.senate.gov Carl Levin 269 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 202-224-6221 Traverse City 107 Cass Street, Suite E Traverse City, MI 49684 231-947-9569 http://levin.senate. gov U.S. House 4th District Dave Camp serves Missaukee, Osceola and Wexford counties 341 Cannon Building Washington, D.C. 20515 202-225-3561 Cadillac office 112 Spruce St., Ste. A Cadillac, MI 49601 231-876-9205 http://camp.house. gov/ 2nd District Bill Huizenga serves portion of Lake County 1217 Longworth House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 202-225-4401 Cadillac office: 210 1/2 N. Mitchell St. Cadillac, 49601 775-0050 http://huizenga. house.gov/

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A recent letter to Speak Out stated that ones policies do not reflect ones faith. According to Webster, a policy is a plan, course of action or principle. If the writer is saying that a persons faith cannot be identified by their plans, courses of action or policies, then I disagree. If I find a tree with fruit on it, the fruit (the course of action of the tree) can be used to accurately identify what type of tree it is, even if I dont know trees very well. So it is with the fruit that each of us produces, the things we do (our policies) identify who we are. But many of us have done things that we would rather not be used to identify who we are. Those things are often sins. The good news is forgiveness and renewal is possible through Jesus. Additionally , God gives a portion of His holy spirit to

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fed to the lions for recreation as in ancient Rome? Even the current cordiality here is fading toward Christians who validate their professed faith by living according to the teachings of Christ and His apostles. Observe the Christians current treatment in Muslim countries. Theres growing political pressure that U.S. Christians are to fall in line and become politically correct, a virtual impossibility . Christians who exhibit commitment to Christs standards have their approval ratings plunge because the social boat gets rocked. Jesus said, If they have persecuted me, they will persecute you. Human opinions about Obamas profession of Christianity are a dime a dozen. That matter is clarified regarding him and all of us by embracing the Bibles concept of a Christian. Whether in the national eye like the president, or comparatively inconspicuous like most of us, there remains the Biblically mandated responsibility of displaying the evidence of ones profession. James, chapter 2, affirms this explicitly .

In Obamas 2004 interview by the Chicago Sun Times, he reduced Jesus to being just one of many saviors. That is an egregious contradiction of Jesus testimony in John 14:6, No man comes to the Father except through me. Furthermore, the president is currently front page about favoring the killing of the unborn and promoting the homosexual agenda, matters that are as far from Christianity as the east is from the west. Either president or peon, its possible to be a genuine Christian. But in Matthew 7:21-23, Jesus said that He will reject the phony follower. M. Stanley Wheaton Manton

Too true to believe?


Too true? An article in the Thursday Cadillac News reported concerning recent rainstorms that the veracity (sic) with which the water arrived wasnt good news for all. I think your reporter meant to write ferocity (ferociousness) or velocity (speed) rather than veracity (truthfulness). Or maybe the storms were too true to be believed. Neil W. Wolf Cadillac

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College football Saturday


No Republicans, no Democrats, no foreign policy, no tax debate, no Obamacare, no debt ceiling, no radio talk show blowhards none of that. Its College Football Saturday, as I call it, and for a few hours thats all Im going to care about, and thats that. Ive played, coached, done TV and radio play-by-play, and watched football my entire life. For me, theres nothing better than settling in and immersing myself in the spectacle that happens each Saturday in the fall. The HD television with surround sound is tuned up, snackage is all set (I love those hard sourdough pretzels), the Lay-Z-Boys stick shift has been lubricated so all the click-backs are operational, and the remotes have fresh batteries. It will all get underway with the pregame shows. My favorite is College Game Day on ESPN. As I watch I have my own personal pregame game going. The object is to see which coach uses the word football (pronounced foot-bawl if youre a coach in the South) the most times in an interview: Our football team is looking forward to this football game in our football stadium so our football players can make football plays and our football fans can enjoy a football experience this football season. I dont know why foot-bawl coaches feel the need to inject this word multiple times into every sentence. Do they assume unless were continually reminded that the sport under discussion is football that well get confused and think the coach is talking about water polo or womens field hockey? When the games begin, my primary focus is on (my alma mater) Michigan are always there, State Spartans and transforms in particular and ho-hum receivers the Big Ten in into pass gobblers general, and I also because they keep an eye on the have more time MAC games. Beto outrun defenyond that, I watch sive backs. Plus, whatever seems a great offensive to be interestline makes your ing. My daughter, defense better beAmy, lives in cause that defense Olympia, Wa., and Neff is on the field less. her friends are Zone As an old defenWashington State sive coach, I can fans, so I watch tell you that the the Cougars when Jim best defense is one possible. Another thats on the sidefriend in OlymNeff lines watching pia, Tom, is a big your offense drive Georgia fan, so I down the field. tend to look in on This is my their games, too. Basically, though, I go from modus operandi during the regular season. As coast to coast and border Ive stated in previous colto border and watch games umns, I detest college bowl until my eyes turn red and games. The limited playoff my posterior goes numb. structure that will begin The past couple of seasons, technology has added in 2014 involving just four to my fun through the mag- teams has done nothing ic of texting. During Michi- to change my mind. If all the other divisions of colgan State games, I carry lege football, high school on a conversation with my football in every state, and friend, Duane, a Spartan every other NCAA sport fan who has more seasons can figure out a full playoff on his odometer than he system, then why cant mawill admit and who has become an iPad aficionado. jor college football? College football bowl supEven though the West Coast porters will tell you that as is three time zones away, texting makes it possible to it stands right now, every interact with Amy and Tom college football game is meaningful and going to in Olympia. Texting also allows me to a bowl game is a reward expound upon my coaching for a good season. Really? So you play meaningtheories without having ful games all season and to see my friends roll their eyes and shake their heads. your reward is going to a meaningless non-playoff My main credo is simple CarCarePizzaHelicopterand it applies to all levels of football. The team with TaxslayerMusicCitySanDiegoCreditUnionPotatoPinthe better offensive line always wins. Not some of the stripeWildWingsAutoZoneChick-fil-aGoDaddy bowl time, not part of the time game? Ridiculous! every time. A superior With all that said about offensive line makes average quarterbacks into great the (regular season) sport I love, my fear is that its ones by giving them more time to throw, turns average days are numbered. Ive running backs into yardage been closely following the machines because the holes concussion issue and its beyond serious. Participation in youth football was down 6 percent last year. High school football participation was down 1 percent. That does not seem like much of a drop, but the National Football League has taken notice. Without a feeder system for players, there is no NFL, which is why theyre sponsoring a program called Heads Up Football, which teaches safe tackling techniques to youths. (http://usafootball. com/headsup) However, in a USA Today article on Wednesday the NFL was called to task: Michael Kaplen, who practices brain injury law and teaches it at George Washington University in Washington, disputes the NFL stance. The sad truth is that anything the NFL does is suspect because the NFL does nothing for altruistic reasons. What theyre doing is putting a spin on football as being safeFootball is a concussion delivery system... Theyre trying to paint a rosy picture by throwing money at this...you cant go tell the parents, You know what? Weve come up with this quote-unquote safe tackling system, so you dont have to worry about your kid getting a concussion. (http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ nfl/2013/08/27/heads-upyouth-football-nfl-rogergoodell/2711317/) How will this all play out? My fear is that the sport may get buried due to litigation and insurance claims. My hope, though, is that Heads Up and other safety efforts will be a rousing success. Jim Neff is a local colunist. Read Neff Zone columns online at CadillacNews.com and NeffZone. com/cadillacnews.

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Pub slated to open by early next year
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Five area medical practices earn BCBSM designation


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REED CITY A decade ago, Kevin Murphy , a craft beer enthusiast, decided to start tinkering with his own recipes. While he enjoyed the process and the product, Murphy , who owns his own downstate construction company, wouldnt have guessed where it would have taken him today . And where he is today is a new entrepreneur of a craft beer company . And for his first brewing venture, he and his wife, Deanna, are setting up shop in downtown Reed City . Last month, Murphy closed on the newly vacant Upton Street building that formerly housed a hair salon and flower shop. Murphy , who is currently commuting from Brighton until he finds a home in the Reed City area, wasnt sure where to locate his

Brighton business owenr Kevin Murphy is hard at work on his new venture. Murphy is planning on open a brew pub, Red Tail Brewing Company, in dowtown Reed City by January.
new business until recently , but something about the Reed City location felt like the right fit for his brewing business venture. I wanted to get back to this area, and when I saw this building was for sale, I knew it was right, said Murphy, who was looking for a space that would house all his brew equipment, bar, food preparation and seating area. The city has approved the paperwork for Murphys establishment, which will be called Red Tail Brewing Company, and now the work begins to renovate the space. Murphy will sell and produce his own microbrews and wine on site along with some food to pair with the refreshments. Designs include a back brew room, a full raised

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bar plus seating areas with pub-style tables. Murphy hopes to have the business up and running by the first of the year. I know we have a lot of work ahead of us, but Im very excited to get going, said Murphy . This has always been my dream, and I cant wait to share it here in Reed City .
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Snyder to leave next week on trade trip to Asia


LANSING (AP) Gov . Rick Snyder plans to leave next week on another economic-development trip to Asia. The Republican governor said Friday that he looks forward to building on relationships garnered during his first two trips. Snyder announced plans for the trip to China and Japan earlier this year. He also led trips to the region in 2011 and 2012. Snyder is expected to market the states export offerings, promote Michigan as a tourist destination and make a case for investment.

CADILLAC Five physician practices in Wexford County have been named by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan to its patientcentered medical-home program. Cadillac Family Physicians, PC, Family Practice of Cadillac, PC, Great Lakes Family Care, Mackinaw Trail Health Associates and Northern Pines Health Center were the practices chosen. They were among 1,243 across the state and 3,770 physicians to have been named to the program. Blue Cross Blue Shield bases the designation score on the practices capabilities, care quality and utilization measurements, such as the number of emergency room visits among patients. David Share, Blue Cross Blue Shield senior vice president, said research has shown that the programs model is strongly associated with an improved health care system and better health status for patients. These capabilities create a better, more coordinated health care experience, Share said. This can help keep patients healthy , manage any chronic illness, avoid complications and may even prevent unnecessary emergency room visits. The program provides services like teaching patients how to manage con-

ditions such as asthma and diabetes, 24-hour access to a clinical decision-maker and coordinated specialist and other care, such as nutrition counseling. Share said practices in the program work with hospitals to make sure their patients care is coordinated, tracking test results and other care. The practices have lower numbers of patients visiting the emergency room and hospitalized when compared to non-designated practices, according to 2013 data. The program reportedly saved about $155 million over its first three years because of improved quality of care and preventive care. Share said practices in the program are associated with higher quality of care and improved preventive care for patients. Patients have access to a care team that coordinates their care across all care settings, Share said. Practices also were demonstrated in this study to deliver more needed preventive services and patients with chronic illnesses in these practices receive helpful chronic illness care services at higher rates. Designations last for one year, July through June. Physicians work to earn the designation each year. Share said practices maintain their designation by continuing the processes and characteristics of a patientcentered medical home.
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In Brief Potvin completes leadership training


LOMBARD, Ill. State Rep. Phil Potvin, of Cadillac, was among 37 lawmakers to complete a leadership training program that identifies and assists emerging state and provincial leaders in the Midwest. Potvin met with fellow lawmakers from Michigan, 10 other Midwestern states and four Canadian provinces in mid August for The Council of State Governments 19th annual Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development. The institute was founded in 1995 to help new legislators meet the demands of federal devolution and, in many states, term limits. These two emerging forces have highlighted the shortage of training available for legislators, a void that the institute aims to fill. an annual legal education seminar, especially targeted to the practice needs of northern Michigan attorneys. Peterson is one of 14 northern Michigan attorneys and judges appointed to the Committee.

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Brooke Bilyea, manager of the Hersey Party Store, said she thinks her years in customer service doing just about every job, from cleaning hotel rooms to kitchen work, has helped her know how to motivate employees to provide the best experience to their customers.

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HERSEY Brooke Bilyea might carry a different title than her employees at the Hersey Party Store, but you would never know it by seeing her on the job. Bilyea, the manager of Herseys gas station-convenience store-pizza parlor, spent Friday sorting and cleaning returnables in anticipation of the busy Labor Day weekend. Its the kind of thing she knows her employees would do, because Bilyea and he coworkers have a formula for success that has helped the business grow since the store opened: keeping custom-

ers happy . Each weekday, Bilyea travels from her home in Ashton to the Hersey store, which opened in 2009, where she admits she wears many hats. I do the scheduling, the inventory, and ordering, but really I think my job is to keep employees motivated so that we can serve our customers best, she said. That approach has helped the store increase business and grow a reputation as a place to get excellent pizza and affordable gas. Weve watched Hersey grow since we got here, and people like what we offer, said Bilyea, including a Monday pizza special

and a reputation for selling gas three cents cheaper than their competitors. When not putting in a lot of hours at the store, Bilyea likes to get outdoors whenever possible, kayaking on the Pine River. Bilyea said when wearing her manager title, she remembers that she has done many of the challenging, and often thankless, jobs in the customer service arena, from cleaning hotel rooms to working in kitchens, waitressing and more. Ill do whatever needs to be done, said Bilyea. And I dont ask anything of my employees that I wont do.
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CADILLAC For 21-yearold fast food worker Faith Slagle, staying positive is extremely important. Some people might try to bring you down, but you cant let that get to you, Slagle said. You have to keep that smile on your face. About a year ago, Slagle began working at the U.S. 131 Burger King in Cadillac and recently earned employee of the month. She admits she wanted to walk out her first day on the job, but since that time, she has adjusted to the hectic and often stressful pace of her workday . Its pretty easy now, said Slagle, who works 40 to 50 hours a week and lives with her mother in Cadillac. While fast food workers sometimes are the target of short-tempered customers who feel service could be

Cadillac resident Faith Slagle, 21, said working fast food has taught her a valuable lesson about staying optimistic no matter what is going on around you.
better, Slagle said she tries to keep in mind the fact that she has no idea what a customer, especially one who is upset or disrespectful toward her or fellow employees, is going through in his or her own life. It could be someone who just lost their son or daughter, Slagle said. You just dont know. Slagle said working fast

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food has taught her a valuable lesson about staying optimistic no matter what is going on around you. She intends to use the skills she learned in the fast food business in her endeavors to become a medical doctor. Im working on a fiveyear plan right now, Slagle said.
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Syrians bracing for possible US strike


WASHINGTON (AP) Edging toward a punitive strike against Syria, President Barack Obama said Friday he is weighing limited and narrow action as the administration bluntly accused Bashar Assads government of launching a chemical weapons attack that killed at least 1,429 people far more than previous estimates including more than 400 children. No boots on the ground, Obama said, seeking to reassure Americans weary after a decade of war in Iraq and Afghanistan. With France as his only major public ally, Obama told reporters he has a strong preference for multilateral action. He added, Frankly , part of the challenge we end up with here is a lot of people think something should be done but nobody wants to do it. Halfway around the world, U.S. warships were in place in the Mediterranean Sea. They carried cruise missiles, long a firstline weapon of choice for presidents because they

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can find a target hundreds of miles distant without need of air cover or troops on the ground. In what appeared increasingly like the pre-attack endgame, U.N. personnel dispatched to Syria carried out a fourth and final day of inspection as they sought to determine precisely what happened in last weeks attack. The international contingent arranged to depart on Saturday and head to laboratories in Europe with the samples they have collected.

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Loggers such as Ron Bundy, 62, work year-round in mud, rain and snow. Bundys crew, which is based in Manton, starts their day at 5:30 a.m. and works as far north as Boyne Falls and as far south as Evart.

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MANTON Although still a dangerous job, the work of todays loggers is largely mechanized. They operate massive machinery capable of cutting down trees, dragging them out of the woods, cutting the timber to length and transporting the logs to the mill. Workers are mostly protected by the stout cabs of their machines, but still face dangers such as machines tipping over. The job goes on all year, regardless of snow or rain that can turn worksites into mud. Ron Bundy, 62, has been

a logger all his life, having picked up the family operation from his father, Bruce Bundy. His crew of five rolls out at 5:30 a.m. each workday and often doesnt call it a day until 4 or 5 p.m., depending on what needs to be done. Bundy is the operations point man. He runs a machine called a saw head that allows him to fell trees with the touch of a few levers. The toughest job on the crew belongs to Dre Raymer. Exposed to the elements, he carries a chainsaw all day and walks the length of each felled tree cutting off limbs. Another member of the crew

is Tyrel Townsend, who drags the trimmed logs to the slasher, operated by Ron Bundy Jr. The slasher cuts the logs to length to be placed on a truck. Another one of Bundys sons, Gordon, helps with driving trucks. Bundys daughter, Ginger Bessette, pitches in at the office. The crew generally cuts 65 to 70 cords of a wood a day, which is about three semi-tractor trailer loads. Most often the wood is poplar, but they will cut whatever is available. The wood may be manufactured into OSB plywood or sent to a mill in Manistee to become cardboard.
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CADILLAC Although the name of the company has changed over the 30 years he has worked in Cadillac, BorgWarner Machining Production Coordinator Tracy Sherman said one thing has remained constant his bond with his coworkers. It started when he started back in 1983, when he was hired on as a painter. Like most young people, the now 52-year-old thought he knew it all. He thought he was smart and knew a lot, but he quickly found that without the aid of the senior operators, he would not have made it. He has moved up the ranks and now sets the daily schedule for machinists and what jobs will run over the next 24 hours. He also troubleshoots problems with equipment and vendors. That said, he owes everything to the mentorship

BorgWarner Machining Production Coordinator Tracy Sherman goes over a work schedule with master machinist and fellow 30-year employee Kelly Beerens. Sherman said the best part of his job is working with people like Beerens.
he received when he was starting out. Machinist is a job that is passed down from generation to generation, he said. My job is to cultivate the next generation of machinists. I spend 90 percent of my time in the factory on the floor. Tracy had the chance to leave BorgWarner and Cadillac for different companies and opportunities but he decided to stay put.

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The reason is simple. He likes where he works and where he lives. Again the people he works with also have contributed to that as well. I have pride in the people I work with, he said. The workforce in this place, from upper management all the way to the new person coming in the door, I personally feel, is the best asset.
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Teen guilty of murdering Georgia baby in stroller


MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) An 18-year-old man was convicted of murder in the shooting of a baby who was riding in a stroller alongside his mom in a town in coastal Georgia despite the defenses attempt to cast guilt upon several others, including the childs parents. Jurors deliberated about two hours before finding DeMarquise Elkins guilty of 11 counts, including two counts of felony murder and one count of malice murder in the March 21 killing of 13-month-old Antonio Santiago in Brunswick. The mans mother, Karimah Elkins, was on

trial alongside him and was found guilty of tampering with evidence but acquitted of lying to police. DeMarquise Elkins faces life in prison when he is sentenced at a later date. At the time of the shooting he was 17, too young to face the death penalty under Georgia law.

Scientists find plastic in all of Great Lakes


DULUTH, Minn. (AP) Scientists have found tiny plastic particles in all of the Great Lakes. They had previously discovered them in Lakes Superior, Huron and Erie and new summer research uncovered small concentrations also in Lake Michigan and Lake Ontario. Mary Balcer, director of the Lake Superior Research Institute at UW-Superior, who has studied more traditional Great Lakes threats such as zebra mussels, said plastics are a new culprit on the list of Great Lakes ecological troubles. The accumulation of plastic particles is a great threat to our natural ecosystem and to the humans who use Lake Superior for our drinking water supply , Balcer said Thursday . Fresh off the research boat, Lorena Rios-Mendoza, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, presented her preliminary findings to reporters Thursday . She said Lake Erie seems to hold the highest concentrations of plastics, probably because the particles float downstream from the upper lakes, according to the Duluth News Tribune.

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Marions Ethan Russell looks for daylight against Brethren during Fridays contest. The Eagles beat the Bobcats, 26-20.

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Late touchdown pass gives Marion victory over Brethren


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Sat, 3:30 p.m. on BTN Central Michigan is at Michigan in college football. Sat, 7 p.m. on FSD the Cleveland Indians are at the Detroit Tigers. Sat, Sun and Mon, 11 a.m. on CBS U.S. Open tennis action. half. Marion picked up another MARION The nickname TD in the third to trim the may be the Eagles, but in margin to 14-12 before a cramany ways Marion is the zy fourth-quarter finish. With 1:23 remaining in the proverbial small fish in a contest, quarterback Tyrell pretty big pond. Perennially the smallest Hall connected with Ethan team in the Highland Con- Russell for a 50-yard score to ference and routinely give the Eagles the lead. Brethren had a chance suiting up less players than any of their non-conference on its last possession, but opponents the Eagles a Bobcat receiver dropped have long had to work extra a pass that wouldve given the visitors a hard on both first down at sides of the the Marion ball for wins. 20-yard-line. Heading into Considering Fridays opentheir circumer, it was more stances, the of the same as Eagles were Marion suited understandup just 12 playably excited to ers for a noncomplete the conference comeback. contest with I dont Brethren. know that But after fallIve ever seen ing behind ear- Kurt Gillespie a team Ive ly, the Eagles Marion Eagles head coach coached jump would storm n up and down back on a late that much afcompletion to steal a 26-20 victory over the ter that touchdown, Gillespie said. They were pretBobcats. We were a little nervous ty excited. We ran just a couple difabout even finishing the game, so were pretty hap- ferent plays in the second py with a win, head coach half, and my offensive line handled the line of scrimKurt Gillespie said. With nearly everyone hav- mage on the right side, and ing to play both sides of the we were able to drive the ball, the Eagles jumped out length of the field a couple to a 6-0 lead before the Bob- times, he added. For us, cats answered with a pair that was critical, to be able of scores to lead 14-6 at the to do what we do best.
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Friday, August 30: 1905 - Ty Cobb made his major league batting debut with the Detroit Tigers. 1937 - Joe Louis won a 15-round decision over Tommy Farr in his first defense of his heavyweight title. 1966 - Pete Rose (Cincinnati Reds) hit home runs from both sides of the plate against St. Louis. 1987 - Canadas Ben Johnson set the world record in the 100 meter race at 9.83. Johnson later lost the record due to steroid use.

Blast from past for Michigan vs Central Mich


By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer

ANN ARBOR Michigan has gone back to its roots. The 17th-ranked Wolverines open their season Saturday at home against Central Michigan. On offense, Michigan will look like it used to before former coach Rich Rodriguez implemented his spread scheme in 2008 and recruited smaller, quicker players during his three-season stint with college football's winningest program. Brady Hoke adapted to the talent he had the last two years, especially speedy quarterback Denard Robinson, even though it delayed installing the kind of traditional offense he wanted to use. With Robinson graduated and playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars, quarterback Devin Gardner will take more snaps under center and is expected to hand off a lot more to running backs such

as Fitzgerald Toussaint. Here are five things to watch when Michigan hosts Central Michigan: TUNEUP TIME: The Wolverines would never acknowledge it publicly, but their game against the Chippewas is a chance for them to get ready for next week's primetime game against rival Notre Dame. "They're ready to play somebody else and have a benchmark for where we're at," Hoke said. "I'm sure we're not going to be where we want to be yet after Saturday ." CENTRAL'S CHANCE: Central Michigan is expected to get routed as a 31-point underdog against a program that has lost only once to a Mid-American School in 2008 against Toledo but coach Dan Enos hasn't prepared his team to simply show up to help the athletic department's expense report with a big check. "The one thing we do with

our opponent is talk about ways we can win, things we need to do to win," Enos said. "This is no different." CAN TOUSSAINT TAKE IT?: Toussaint is listed as Michigan's starting running back in what is quite a feat for a player who was rushed to the hospital for surgery on Nov. 17, 2012, when he broke his left leg between the ankle and knee in a gruesome injury during a run against Iowa. He finished last season with less than half of his total yardage from 2011, when he ran for 1,041 yards. KEEPING THEM HONEST: The Chippewas will have to move the ball through the air without left tackle Eric Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NFL draft. They hope Fisher's replacement, Jake Olson, who has started 26 games, can give junior-college transfer Cody Kater time to throw. Michigan will do all it can to shut down Zurlon Tipton, who

ran for nearly 1,500 yards last year, to force Kater to throw more than Enos probably wants him to do. "I'm sure they want to make us one-dimensional," Enos said. THE BIG THREE: Michigan left tackle Taylor Lewan turned down a chance to be rich right now, coming back for his senior season to chase a Big Ten championship with only one other returning starter Michael Schofield on the line. Jack Miller won the job as the team's No. 1 center between guards Graham Glasgow and Kyle Kalis. "It was a huge competition that really came down to who wanted it more, who was going to play consistently ," Lewan said. "I think those guys have done a great job. As far as being a cohesive unit, these guys understand that we are a team within a team, and this team is going to live or die with what we do."

DETROIT Despite another early exit by injured Miguel Cabrera, the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 7-2 Friday night in a game stopped after seven innings because of rain. Vi c t o r Martine z doubled twice and drove in two runs as the AL Centralleading Tigers On Deck: vs. opened a Cleveland, 7 7 - g a m e p.m., Saturday lead over TV: FSD secondplace Cleveland. Cabrera was pulled from a second straight game, this time after two innings because of irritation in his abdominal area. He struck out in his only at-bat. Cabrera left Thursday's game after hurting his abdomen while making an awkward slide. He has been bothered by a strained left abdominal wall for over a month and hampered by knee and shin injuries since then. The slugger leads the majors with 130 RBIs and a .358 batting average. He also has 43 home runs. Indians manager Terry Francona held a short meeting with his team before the game. Cleveland then lost to Detroit for the 17th time in their last 21 meetings. Andy Dirks entered after Cabrera left and got two hits and scored twice. Rick Porcello (11-7) allowed two runs and five hits in 5 2-3 innings, walking two and striking out three. He was replaced by Al Alburquerque with the bases loaded and two out in the sixth. Alburquerque walked Asdrubal Cabrera to force in a run and make it 5-2, but then got Yan Gomes on a grounder. Bruce Rondon combined to pitch a scoreless seventh as each allowed a hit. Zach McAllister (7-8) gave up five runs and six hits in 3 2-3 innings. Cleveland took a 1-0 lead in the first on a spectacular double play started by Detroit shortstop Jose Iglesias. With runners on first and third and none out, Asdrubal Cabrera hit a one-hop liner that Iglesias snared with a dive to his right. He then made the throw to second baseman Omar Infante while still on the ground and rolling over. The Tigers tied it in the second on Don Kelly's sacrifice fly . Detroit scored four in the third to take a 5-1 lead. Austin Jackson singled in a run and Martinez hit a bases-loaded, two-run double that eluded center fielder Michael Bourn. Alex Avila's bases-loaded grounder drove in the other run. NOTES: Rondon's first warmup pitch sailed over the head of Avila, the catcher and bounced off the backstop. ... Martinez in 15 for 24 (.625) in his last six games. .. The pitching matchup for Saturday night's second game of the series is LHP Scott Kazmir (7-6, 4.25) for Cleveland against RHP Anibal Sanchez (11-7, 2.61) for Detroit.

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Djokovic, Murray pull out US Open 2nd-round wins


By RACHEL COHEN AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have met in three of the last four Grand Slam finals, though if they play in the U.S. Open this year, it will be in the semis. Each took a step forward Friday , shaky at moments and sensational in others, in second-round victories. The top-seeded Djokovic faced two early set points, while defending champion Murray had to go four sets. Leonardo Mayer, ranked 81st, ran Murray all over the court, but the third-seeded Brit excels at chasing down shots. Murray won the last five games for a 7-5, 6-1, 3-6, 6-1 victory . "He's a big hitter of the ball. I had to defend a lot," Murray said in an on-court interview. "I think he played some really , really good tennis. It made for an entertaining match." After pulling out the first set in a tiebreaker, Djokovic needed less than an hour to close out his victory . The 2011 champion beat 87th-ranked Benjamin Becker of Germany 7-6 (2), 6-2, 6-2. Becker had a chance to serve for the first set against Djokovic at 5-4. But he wasted the first set point with a forehand into the net and the second when a backhand sailed wide. "Becker is a quality opponent and he should have won the first set," Djokovic said. "I was fortunate enough to come back and

Andy Murray of Great Britain returns a shot against Leonardo Mayer of Argentina during the second round of the 2013 U.S. Open, Friday in New York.
win the first set, and after that, I was much more comfortable on the court." Djokovic was playing in Arthur Ashe Stadium, where the wind often swirls to players' frustration. "You need to have this adjustment, footwork, steps, in order to get on the ball," Djokovic said. "I didn't have that in the first set. I was still trying to find my way from baseline, and the other side he was serving well. ... After I played a good tiebreak, everything kind of settled. I started to serve better, started to step into the court, which is important." Murray was in Louis Armstrong Stadium, a place that had bedeviled him in the past. Last year, he was pushed to four tough sets in the third round and quarterfinals there. Another Grand Slam winner, Li Na, also showed some championship form on Ashe. This time, her opponent, Laura Robson, looked very much like a teenager. The fifth-seeded Li avenged her third-round upset loss to the young Brit at last year's U.S.

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Open, winning in straight sets at the same stage at Flushing Meadows. Li, the 2011 French Open champ, rallied from down a break in the second set for a 6-2, 7-5 victory . Li was nervous after she noticed that her draw was a repeat from last year. A pep talk from coach Carlos Rodriguez eased her anxiety . "After the talk I was feeling much, much better," she said. "Because before I never try to share the feeling with the team."

Australian Open semifinalist Sloane Stephens, seeded 15th, beat fellow American Jamie Hampton 6-1, 6-3. Hampton, at No. 23, was seeded at a Grand Slam tournament for the first time in her career. Stephens' next opponent could be defending champ Serena Williams, who faces Yaroslava Shvedova in the nightcap at Ashe. It would be a rematch of their Australian Open quarterfinal, won by the young American. Third-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska, No. 9-seeded Angelique Kerber and No. 9 Jelena Jankovic all advanced in straight sets. Wimbledon runner-up Sabine Lisicki, seeded 16th, won't be making a run at Flushing Meadows after she was eliminated in straight sets by Ekaterina Makarova. The 24th-seeded Russian won 6-4, 7-5. A year ago, Robson's upset of Li was the biggest victory of her breakthrough run. Meanwhile, it was the third straight frustrating U.S. Open loss for the Chinese star. Robson was ranked 89th coming into last year's tournament. She had never advanced past the second round at a Grand Slam event or defeated a top-10 opponent. That all changed when she upset major champions Kim Clijsters and Li back-to-back to make the fourth round. Now 19, Robson was seeded 30th at Flushing Meadows and coming off a fourth-round run at Wimbledon.

Mickelson outshines fellow stars in Boston


By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer

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NORTON, Mass. Phil Mickelson keeps saying how much he loves playing with Tiger Woods. He shot 63 at the Deutsche Bank Championship to prove it. In a feature grouping of the top three players in the world ranking, Mickelson turned in the star performance Friday morning with a 28 that allowed him to consider but only briefly another shot at 59. By the end of the day, when he played a risky shot from deep in the trees on his final hole to salvage bogey , he was happy to be in the lead. Mickelson had a oneshot lead over Kevin Stadler among early starters. "What Phil did today was pretty impressive," Woods said after a 68 that only seemed worse considering the company he kept. Masters champion Adam Scott, rounding out the 1-2-3 pairing, struggled to a 73 and joked later that he rolled out of the wrong side of the bed. Mickelson did everything right. He started his round on the TPC Boston by making birdie putts of 20 feet on No. 10 and 30 feet on No. 11. He ended the front nine with five straight birdies, only the second nine-hole score of 28 on the PGA Tour this year. And even after a bogey from the bunker on No. 1, he hit a 6-iron from 213 yards that settled just more than a foot away for eagle on the next hole. That put him at 8 under for his round with seven holes to play . "It was a good start," Mickelson said. "I got off to a great front nine and somewhat stalled on the back. But after shooting 7 under the first nine, it was going to be a good round as long as I didn't mess it up." He tried. Mickelson ended his brilliant round with two words: "Oh, no." He hit a snap-hook off the ninth tee, so far right that it missed the fairway by some 40 yards and went so deep in the woods that fans could barely see Mickelson ducking and weaving through the branches to find his ball.

He decided against a one-shot penalty drop out of the lateral hazard, fearing the slope would roll the ball too close to the branches and restrict his swing. "Just give me an 8- or a 9-iron," he told his caddie, Jim "Bones" Mackay. He was ready to hack away when his caddie reminded him the gallery was still in the way . Choking well up the grip, flattening the swing to avoid limbs, Mickelson chopped it out to the rough and still had 210 yards left. He knocked that one on the green and two-putted for his bogey and a 63. It was at the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2007 when Mickelson first got over the mental hurdle of playing with Woods, his longtime nemesis. He said swing coach Butch Harmon, who formerly worked with Woods, gave him a few tips about playing with the world's No. 1 player that relaxed Mickelson. In the 15 rounds they have played together since, Mickelson has a 9-5-1 advantage in posting the lower score. He has shot the better score all five times in the final round, three of those leading to wins. Mickelson had said Woods "brings out the best in me" on Thursday after his pro-am round. When asked about that again after his 63, Lefty smiled and said, "After today, it's hard to think any differently ." Woods referred to the course as "gettable," the same description he gave of Muirfield when Mickelson shot 66 on the final day to win the British Open, considered one of the great closing rounds in a major. That was the case, though. The TPC Boston was soft enough and the fairways wide enough to allow some low numbers. Hunter Mahan opened with a 65, while PGA champion Jason Dufner, Lee Westwood and Harris English were among those at 66. Woods said his back felt fine, and there were no outward indications he was in any pain. The only thing that hurt was not hitting enough shots close for birdie chances, and missing a few at the end.

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Phatlum leads LPGAs Safeway Classic


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PORTLAND, Ore. Thailand's Pornanong Phatlum birdied three of her last four holes Friday to maintain a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Safeway Classic. The 23-year-old Phatlum, winless in five seasons on the LPGA Tour, followed her opening 8-under 64 with a 66 for a tournament-record 14-under 130 total at rain-softened Columbia Edgewater. Norway's Suzann Pettersen, the

2011 tournament winner at Pumpkin Ridge, was a stroke back at 13 under after a bogey-free 63. Germany's Sandra Gal was 12 under after her second straight 66, and countrywoman Caroline Masson was another stroke behind after a 64. A 72-hole event for the time, the tournament is back at Columbia Edgewater after four years at Pumpkin Ridge. Columbia Edgewater also was the tournament site from 1990-2008. Cristie Kerr, the winner in 2008 at Columbia-Edgewater, was 10 under along with fellow Americans Li-

zette Salas and Sandra Changkija. Changkija had a 66, and Kerr and Salas shot 68. Yani Tseng was another stroke back at 9 under with Se Ri Pak and Lexi Thompson. Tseng and Pak shot 68, and Thompson had a 70. Second-ranked Stacy Lewis was 7 under after a 70. Michelle Wie followed her opening 67 with a 73 to drop to 4 under. Defending champion Mika Miyazato birdied the final two holes for a 71 to reach 2 under and make the cut by a stroke.

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HAMPTON, Ga. When the music stops, everyone hopes to have a seat. A seat behind the wheel of a stock car, that is. NASCAR is going through its own version of musical chairs at the moment, with several big-name drivers moving to new rides or scrambling to land a spot in the 2014 Sprint Cup field. This week, former Cup champion Kurt Busch completed his move to Stewart-Haas Racing for next season. Another big piece of the puzzle was finalized Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway , where 21-year-old Kyle Larson was announced as the next driver of the No. 42 car at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. Those moves left Ryan Newman and Juan Pablo Montoya on the outside looking in, at least for the moment. "I find it interesting, just like everybody else does," said Dale Earnhardt Jr., who doesn't have to worry about his status at Hendrick Motorsports. "I'm anxious to find out where certain drivers end up, what kind of competition there's going to be next year. It definitely changes the playing field when guys start moving around and you're trying to keep an eye on the competition." The situation is especially complex for Newman, who is trying to get StewartHaas' No. 39 car in the 10-race playoff at the end of the season, while also weighing his options for next year. "I would say it's more of a challenge because you have to compartmentalize, stay focused at different times on different subjects," said Newman, who is 15th in the points going into Sunday night's race at

Atlanta the next-to-last event before the Chase. "It takes away from the relaxing time in your mind, which is just as important as being focused on what you need to at any given time, be it 2013 or 2014." Chip Ganassi raised plenty of eyebrows when he decided to put Larson in the Target-sponsored car next season, even though he's a rookie in the second-tier Nationwide series and has never competed in a Cup race. Montoya will finish out his eighth year in the car, a tenure that has produced only two wins in 241 races and finally prompted Ganassi to make a change. The car owner is convinced that Larson is the right man for the job, despite his lack of experience. "We believe Kyle is the future of the sport," Ganassi said. "He is a unique talent." Larson, who is of Japanese descent, came up through NASCAR's diversity program and has a sprint car background that Ganassi thinks will suit him well in the Cup series, where the cars are bigger and more powerful than those in Nationwide. "I'm sure there will be growing pains, but I think he's ready ," Ganassi said. "Some of those growing pains will come whenever his first year in the series is. But I think this is a good opportunity . My expectations and advice to him are keep the car on the track and run laps." Larson is eighth in the Nationwide standings running for Turner Scott Motorsports, with six top-five finishes though he is still looking for his first win. He is best known for being involved in a massive crash at the end of the season-opening race in Daytona, which he got through without injury but sent debris sailing

Driver Mark Marin laughs as he walks through the garage area during a practice session for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga., Friday.
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Texas Tech opens with truefreshman, walk-on QB


DALLAS Texas Tech's Baker Mayfield is believed to be the first walk-on true freshman quarterback to start a season opener for a BCS school. Mayfield started for the Red Raiders at SMU on Friday night in coach Kliff Kingsbury's first game as head coach. With presumed starter Michael Brewer dealing with a back issue, the Red Raiders knew they would be starting a freshman in an opener for the first time in school history . Mayfield, a walk-on, started ahead of Davis Webb. On Tech's opening drive, Mayfield was 7-of-9 passing for 46 yards. After a pass dropped near the 10 and a sack, the Red Raiders settled for an opening field goal.

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NEW YORK The hundreds of millions of dollars the NFL is ready to pay former players sounds great, until you stretch it out over 20 years and divide it among thousands of people. Which is why some former players and others think the league is getting off cheap in its tentative settlement with victims of concussion-related brain injuries. The deal announced Thursday to settle 4,500 or so claims is awaiting approval by a federal judge in Philadelphia. "$765 million?" asked former Minnesota Viking Brent Boyd, one of the original plaintiffs in the lawsuit. "The breakdown is $1.2 million over 20 years per team. What is that, a third of the average salary? There is no penalty there. It's pocket change." Former players union president and Pro Bowl center Kevin Mawae complained that the NFL does not have to admit culpability . "The unfortunate thing is that the general fan, they see $765 million and they think it's a windfall for the players. It's great for ... the guys that would fall in the category of needing immediate help," Mawae said. "But it's $700 million worth of hush money that they will never have to be accountable for." Others former players didn't seem as concerned about the amount of money ,

Whether I got a dollar or a billion dollars, that wasnt going to help how I was feeling.
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preferring to focus on the timing of the settlement. They said that getting medical coverage now for their peers or themselves who suffer from a variety of brain ailments and other health problems is essential. "Those people who need help now, really need the help the most and need it right now and not five years from now, will get the help," said former fullback Kevin Turner, who suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, and was one of the lead plaintiffs. "That is key ." "It is hard to put a dollar figure on ALS or Parkinson's or dementia and all these things. But if you ask me, I think it is fair." The lawsuits accused the NFL of concealing the longterm dangers of concussions while glorifying spectacular hits on the field. The settlement calls for payouts of up to $5 million for players suffering from Alzheimer's disease; up to $4 million for those who died of brain injuries known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy , or CTE; and up to $3

million for players suffering from dementia. The NFL will also pay for medical exams and devote $10 million toward medical research. "Whether I got a dollar or a billion dollars, that wasn't going to help how I was feeling," said former NFL quarterback Bernie Kosar, who has dealt with a number of health issues now that his playing days are over and said the death of former San Diego star Junior Seau "was a real eye-opener for me." "Whether they get the money or not, I'm not sure that's going to make them feel better," Kosar said. The payments will hardly be a burden to the 32 NFL teams. The league generates close to $10 billion a year in revenue, and that is certain to rise when new TV contracts are negotiated in the near future. "I don't care if we get any money," said former linebacker Jay Brophy, who played for the Miami Hurricanes and later for the Miami Dolphins, and has been diagnosed with brain damage. "I'm not begging for anything. All I want is if there's treatment out there, build us some centers, send us to places to help us out because we don't have insurance. That's all I care about. Too many guys I know are suffering and are going through things." Andrew Zimbalist, a sports economist at Smith College in Northampton, Mass., estimated the settlement will cost the NFL $45 million a year, or 0.4 percent of current revenue.

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Major League Baseball


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Texas, 35; Rios, Texas, 32; Altuve, Houston, 30; LMartin, Texas, 29; McLouth, Baltimore, 29; Trout, Los Angeles, 29. PITCHINGScherzer, Detroit, 19-1; Tillman, Baltimore, 15-4; MMoore, Tampa Bay, 14-3; Colon, Oakland, 14-5; Masterson, Cleveland, 14-9; CWilson, Los Angeles, 13-6; Guthrie, Kansas City, 13-10. ERAAniSanchez, Detroit, 2.61; Darvish, Texas, 2.73; Kuroda, New York, 2.89; Scherzer, Detroit, 2.90; Colon, Oakland, 2.94; FHernandez, Seattle, 2.97; Sale, Chicago, 2.99. STRIKEOUTSDarvish, Texas, 236; Scherzer, Detroit, 201; FHernandez, Seattle, 194; Sale, Chicago, 193; Masterson, Cleveland, 188; Verlander, Detroit, 169; DHolland, Texas, 167. SAVESJiJohnson, Baltimore, 41; MRivera, New York, 39; Nathan, Texas, 38; AReed, Chicago, 36; GHolland, Kansas City, 36; Balfour, Oakland, 33; Rodney, Tampa Bay, 31; Perkins, Minnesota, 31.

Windy City at Normal, 7 p.m. Rockford at Gateway, 7:05 p.m. Southern Illinois at River City, 7:05 p.m.

Prep Football Scoreboard


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Schoolcraft 41, Parchment 14 Stephenson 27, Ishpeming Westwood 7 Tecumseh 47, Monroe Jefferson 7 Temperance Bedford 47, Utica Ford 0 Warren Michigan Collegiate 51, Hamtramck 0 West Bloomfield 39, Jackson 12 West Iron County 7, Munising 0 Ypsilanti Lincoln 30, Belleville 9

NEW YORK American twins Bob and Mike Bryan stayed on track to become the first mens doubles team to complete a calendar-year Grand Slam since 1951, beating Eric Butorac and Frederik Nielsen 6-3, 6-2 in the second round of the U.S. Open on Friday . The top-seeded Americans have already won four straight majors the so-called Bryan Slam. If they repeat at Flushing Meadows, theyll join the Australian duo of Ken McGregor and Frank Sedgman as only the second mens team to take all four in a year. Their win took a total of 55 minutes and after match point, they celebrated with their trademark chest bump. They are in search of their 16th major title.

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Prep Boys Tennis Rankings


Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association rankings: (2012 state tourney finish in parenthesis) Division 1 1. Ann Arbor Huron (1) 2. Bloomfield Hills Bro. Rice (tied 2) 3. Novi (tied 2) 4. Bloomfield Hills (-) 5. Traverse City Central (6) 6. Troy (tied 4) 7. Northville (tied 4) 8. Ann Arbor Skyline (tied 7) 9. Ann Arbor Pioneer (tied 9) 10. Port Huron Northern (tied 9) Division 2 1. Midland Dow (1) 2. Portage Central (3) 3. Forest Hills Northern (4) 4. Forest Hills Central (2) 5. Okemos (6) 6. Birmingham Seaholm (5) 7. Detroit U-D Jesuit (7) 8. North Farmington (11) 9. Birmingham Groves (tied 12) 10. Battle Creek Lakeview (tied 8) Division 3 1. Detroit Country Day (1) 2. St. Joseph (2) 3. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook (3) 4. Grand Rapids Christian (5) 5. East Grand Rapids (4) 6. Forest Hills Eastern (8) 7. Holland Christian (9) 8. Petoskey (7) 9. Sturgis (6) 10. Spring Lake (tied 10) Division 4 1. Ann Arbor Greenhills (1) 2. Grosse Pte. Univ.Liggett (tied 3) 3. Portland (5) 4. Ludington (3) 5. Traverse City St. Francis (tied 6) 6. Kalamazoo Christian (9) 7. Comstock Park (2) 8. Gd Rapids West Catholic (tied 6) 9. Armada (8) 10. Grand Rapids Catholic (10)

NFL Preseason
AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA New England 3 1 0 .750 93 103 N.Y. Jets 3 1 0 .750 105 80 Buffalo 2 2 0 .500 84 101 Miami 2 3 0 .400 104 89 South W L T Pct PF PA Houston 3 1 0 .750 98 67 Indianapolis 2 2 0 .500 77 89 Tennessee 1 3 0 .250 90 89 Jacksonville 1 3 0 .250 60 111 North W L T Pct PF PA Cincinnati 3 1 0 .750 106 63 Cleveland 3 1 0 .750 75 68 Baltimore 2 2 0 .500 119 97 Pittsburgh 0 4 0 .000 56 93 West W L T Pct PF PA Denver 2 2 0 .500 71 104 Kansas City 2 2 0 .500 82 60 Oakland 1 3 0 .250 71 101 San Diego 1 3 0 .250 68 112 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA Washington 4 0 0 1.000 106 53 Philadelphia 2 2 0 .500 87 91 Dallas 2 3 0 .400 78 93 N.Y. Giants 1 3 0 .250 71 85 South W L T Pct PF PA New Orleans 3 1 0 .750 97 80 Carolina 3 1 0 .750 92 68 Tampa Bay 1 3 0 .250 66 115 Atlanta 0 4 0 .000 65 108 North W L T Pct PF PA Detroit 3 1 0 .750 107 63 Chicago 2 2 0 .500 100 96 Green Bay 1 3 0 .250 37 71 Minnesota 1 3 0 .250 67 104 West W L T Pct PF PA Seattle 4 0 0 1.000 110 36 Arizona 3 1 0 .750 68 55 San Francisco 3 1 0 .750 96 43 St. Louis 1 3 0 .250 76 94 Thursdays Games Cincinnati 27, Indianapolis 10 Detroit 35, Buffalo 13 N.Y. Jets 27, Philadelphia 20 Miami 24, New Orleans 21 Washington 30, Tampa Bay 12 Jacksonville 20, Atlanta 16 New England 28, N.Y. Giants 20 Carolina 25, Pittsburgh 10 Minnesota 24, Tennessee 23 Cleveland 18, Chicago 16 Kansas City 30, Green Bay 8 Houston 24, Dallas 6 St. Louis 24, Baltimore 21 Arizona 32, Denver 24 Seattle 22, Oakland 6 San Francisco 41, San Diego 6

Atlanta Washington Philadelphia New York Miami Pittsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Milwaukee Chicago Los Angeles Arizona Colorado San Diego San Francisco

W 82 68 62 61 49 W 78 78 75 59 56 W 78 68 63 60 59

L 52 66 73 72 84 L 56 56 59 75 78 L 55 64 72 73 74

Str Home Away W-5 48-18 34-34 L-1 39-30 29-36 W-1 35-31 27-42 W-2 28-38 33-34 L-5 29-39 20-45 Str Home Away W-1 44-24 34-32 L-2 41-25 37-31 W-1 41-23 34-36 L-1 30-36 29-39 L-2 25-42 31-36 Str Home Away W-1 40-28 38-27 L-1 38-27 30-37 W-1 38-28 25-44 W-1 36-32 24-41 L-1 34-35 25-39

N.L. Leaders
BATTINGYMolina, St. Louis, .330; CJohnson, Atlanta, .326; Cuddyer, Colorado, .322; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, .320; Craig, St. Louis, .316; Votto, Cincinnati, .312; MCarpenter, St. Louis, .311. RUNSMCarpenter, St. Louis, 100; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 88; Votto, Cincinnati, 88; Choo, Cincinnati, 87; Holliday, St. Louis, 85; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 81; JUpton, Atlanta, 81. RBIGoldschmidt, Arizona, 104; Craig, St. Louis, 96; Phillips, Cincinnati, 95; Bruce, Cincinnati, 87; FFreeman, Atlanta, 87; PAlvarez, Pittsburgh, 86; DBrown, Philadelphia, 81; AdGonzalez, Los Angeles, 81. HITSMCarpenter, St. Louis, 160; Segura, Milwaukee, 159; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 158; Craig, St. Louis, 155; DanMurphy, New York, 152; Votto, Cincinnati, 151; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 147. DOUBLESMCarpenter, St. Louis, 43; YMolina, St. Louis, 37; Bruce, Cincinnati, 35; Desmond, Washington, 33; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 33; Rizzo, Chicago, 33; GParra, Arizona, 32. TRIPLESSMarte, Pittsburgh, 10; CGomez, Milwaukee, 9; Segura, Milwaukee, 9; Span, Washington, 9; Hechavarria, Miami, 7; Venable, San Diego, 7; CGonzalez, Colorado, 6; Utley, Philadelphia, 6; DWright, New York, 6; EYoung, New York, 6. HOME RUNSPAlvarez, Pittsburgh, 32; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 31; DBrown, Philadelphia, 27; Bruce, Cincinnati, 26; CGonzalez, Colorado, 26; JUpton, Atlanta, 24; Beltran, St. Louis, 23. STOLEN BASESSegura, Milwaukee, 38; ECabrera, San Diego, 37; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 35; CGomez, Milwaukee, 32; EYoung, New York, 32; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 27; Revere, Philadelphia, 22. PITCHINGLiriano, Pittsburgh, 15-6; Wainwright, St. Louis, 15-8; Zimmermann, Washington, 15-8; JDe La Rosa, Colorado, 14-6; 8 tied at 13. ERAKershaw, Los Angeles, 1.72; Harvey, New York, 2.27; Fernandez, Miami, 2.33; Corbin, Arizona, 2.79; Greinke, Los Angeles, 2.86; Bumgarner, San Francisco, 2.91; Wainwright, St. Louis, 2.96; Strasburg, Washington, 2.96. STRIKEOUTSKershaw, Los Angeles, 197; Harvey, New York, 191; Wainwright, St. Louis, 184; Samardzija, Chicago, 181; HBailey, Cincinnati, 173; Fernandez, Miami, 173; Latos, Cincinnati, 170. SAVESKimbrel, Atlanta, 43; RSoriano, Washington, 35; Mujica, St. Louis, 35; AChapman, Cincinnati, 33; Romo, San Francisco, 32; Grilli, Pittsburgh, 30; Cishek, Miami, 28.

AMERICAN LEAGUE Fridays Games N.Y. Yankees 8, Baltimore 5 Toronto 3, Kansas City 2 Detroit 7, Cleveland 2, 7 innings Boston 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Minnesota 3, Texas 2 L.A. Angels 5, Milwaukee 0 Seattle 7, Houston 1 Tampa Bay at Oakland, 10:05 p.m. Saturdays Games Baltimore (Feldman 4-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Nova 7-4), 1:05 p.m. Kansas City (Guthrie 13-10) at Toronto (Dickey 10-12), 1:07 p.m. Cleveland (Kazmir 7-6) at Detroit (Ani.Sanchez 11-7), 7:08 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 4-10) at Boston (Peavy 10-5), 7:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Williams 5-10) at Milwaukee (Estrada 6-4), 7:10 p.m. Seattle (J.Saunders 10-13) at Houston (Keuchel 5-7), 7:10 p.m. Minnesota (Pelfrey 5-10) at Texas (Garza 3-2), 8:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Cobb 8-2) at Oakland (Gray 1-2), 9:05 p.m. Sundays Games Baltimore at N.Y. Yankees, 1:05 p.m. Kansas City at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Cleveland at Detroit, 1:08 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Boston, 1:35 p.m. L.A. Angels at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 2:10 p.m. Minnesota at Texas, 3:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Mondays Games Chicago White Sox at N.Y. Yankees, 1:05 p.m. Detroit at Boston, 1:35 p.m. Minnesota at Houston, 2:10 p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. Baltimore at Cleveland, 4:05 p.m. Texas at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Toronto at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Tampa Bay at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m.

NATIONAL LEAGUE Fridays Games Philadelphia 6, Chicago Cubs 5 N.Y. Mets 3, Washington 2 Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 0 Atlanta 2, Miami 1 L.A. Angels 5, Milwaukee 0 Cincinnati at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. San Diego at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Saturdays Games Philadelphia (Cl.Lee 11-6) at Chicago Cubs (Rusin 2-3), 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Z.Wheeler 6-3) at Washington (Haren 8-11), 7:05 p.m. St. Louis (Lynn 13-8) at Pittsburgh (A.J.Burnett 6-9), 7:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Williams 5-10) at Milwaukee (Estrada 6-4), 7:10 p.m. Miami (Ja.Turner 3-5) at Atlanta (Minor 13-5), 7:10 p.m. Cincinnati (G.Reynolds 0-2) at Colorado (Nicasio 8-6), 8:10 p.m. San Francisco (Vogelsong 3-4) at Arizona (Cahill 5-10), 8:10 p.m. San Diego (Cashner 8-8) at L.A. Dodgers (Capuano 4-7), 9:10 p.m. Sundays Games St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. L.A. Angels at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. Cincinnati at Colorado, 4:10 p.m. San Diego at L.A. Dodgers, 4:10 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Miami at Atlanta, 5:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets at Washington, 8:05 p.m. Mondays Games N.Y. Mets at Atlanta, 1:10 p.m. St. Louis at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Miami at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. San Francisco at San Diego, 3:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Colorado, 4:10 p.m. Toronto at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m.

MLB Box Score


Tigers 7, Indians 2, 7 innings Cleveland Detroit ab r h bi ab r h bi Bourn cf 4 0 1 0 AJcksn cf 4 1 1 1 Swisher 1b 4 1 2 0 TrHntr rf 4 0 1 0 Kipnis 2b 3 0 0 0 MiCarr 3b 1 0 0 0 CSantn dh 3 1 1 0 Dirks lf 2 2 2 0 Brantly lf 2 0 1 0 Fielder 1b 1 2 0 0 ACarer ss 2 0 0 1 VMrtnz dh 3 1 2 2 YGoms c 3 0 1 0 D.Kelly lf-3b 2 0 0 1 Chsnhll 3b 2 0 1 0 Avila c 3 0 0 1 Aviles ph-3b 1 0 0 0 Infante 2b 4 0 1 1 Stubbs rf 3 0 0 0 Iglesias ss 3 1 2 0 Totals 27 2 7 1 Totals 27 7 9 6 Cleveland Detroit 010 001 02 014 000 27

ATLANTA Freddie Freeman hit a two-run homer in the first inning, Julio Teheran topped Jose Fernandez in a matchup of young right-handers, and the Atlanta Braves beat the Miami Marlins 2-1 Friday night for their fifth straight win. The 21-year-old Fernandez (10-6) took his first loss since July 7 but allowed only one hit after Freemans homer. He gave up three hits in six innings. The Marlins have lost five straight. The 22-year-old Teheran (11-7) yielded one run and four hits in 6 1-3 innings. Each starter had eight strikeouts. Before facing Freeman in the first, Fernandez had allowed only two homers in his last 15 starts since June 1 and none in his first five outings this month. Freemans homer off the top of the wall in center field drove in Elliot Johnson, who doubled to right.

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Prep Sports Schedule


SATURDAY, AUG. 31 Volleyball Mesick at Leland Invitational TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 Soccer Cadillac at Petoskey Houghton Lake at NMC Reed City at Big Rapids Heritage Christian at Grace Baptist Volleyball NMC at Houghton Lake Evart at Harrison Heritage Christian at McBain frosh WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4 Volleyball Gaylord at Cadillac Manton at Manistee Reed City at Big Rapids Buckley at Northport Soccer Tri County at Reed City Cross Country Manton Invitational THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 Soccer Cadillac at Ogemaw Heights Gladwin at Pine River NMC at Big Rapids Crossroads Buckley at Benzie Central Volleyball Suttons Bay/Kalkaska at McBain Brethren at Lake City Coleman at Marion NMC at Grand Traverse Academy Mesick at Onekama Cross Country Reed City at Mason Cnty Cent. Inv. Tennis Cadillac at Big Rapids Tri FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 Football Cadillac at Bay City John Glenn Beaverton at McBain Benzie Central at Pine River Lake City at Mesick Forest Area at Manton Marion at Farwell Harrison at Evart Reed City at Morley Stanwood Soccer Pine River at Mason County Central Mason Cnty Eastern at NMC Heritage Chr. at Northwest Acad. Volleyball TC Bulldogs at Heritage Christian saturday, sept. 7 Volleyball

Manton Invitational Pine River Invitational Evart at Hesperia Invitational Soccer Cadillac at Elk Rapids Invitational Benzie Central at Reed City Cross Country Cadillac/Lake Cy/Evart at Ferris Inv. McBain Invitational Manton at Charlevoix Invitational Buckley Invitational

E_Infante (7). DP_Cleveland 1, Detroit 2. LOB_Cleveland 7, Detroit 7. 2B_Swisher 2 (23), C.Santana (32), Y.Gomes (12), Chisenhall (14), Dirks (14), V.Martinez 2 (30), Iglesias (13). SF_D.Kelly. IP H R ER BB SO Cleveland McAllister L,7-8 3 2-3 6 5 5 4 3 Rzepczynski 1 0 0 0 0 2 Carrasco 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 R.Hill 2-3 1 2 2 2 1 M.Albers 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Detroit Porcello W,11-7 5 2-3 5 2 2 2 3 Alburquerque H,7 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Smyly H,13 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 B.Rondon S,1-3 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 HBP_by Rzepczynski (Fielder). WP_R.Hill. Umpires_Home, Lance Barksdale; First, Vic Carapazza; Second, Gary Cederstrom; Third, Kerwin Danley. T_2:55 (Rain delay: 1:09). A_37,067 (41,255).

AP Top 25 Schedule
Saturday, Aug. 31 No. 1 Alabama vs. Virginia Tech at Atlanta, 5:30 p.m. No. 2 Ohio St. vs. Buffalo, Noon No. 3 Oregon vs. Nicholls St., 4 p.m. No. 5 Georgia at No. 8 Clemson, 8 p.m. No. 7 Texas A&M vs. Rice, 1 p.m. No. 10 Florida vs. Toledo, 12:21 p.m. No. 12 LSU vs. No. 20 TCU at Arlington, Texas, 9 p.m. No. 13 Oklahoma St. vs. Mississippi St. at Houston, 3:30 p.m. No. 14 Notre Dame vs. Temple, 3:30 p.m. No. 15 Texas vs. New Mexico St., 8 p.m. No. 16 Oklahoma vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 7 p.m. No. 17 Michigan vs. Cent. Michigan, 3:30 p.m. No. 18 Nebraska vs. Wyoming, 8 p.m. No. 19 Boise St. at Washington, 10 p.m. No. 21 UCLA vs. Nevada, 10 p.m. No. 22 Northwestern at California, 10:30 p.m. No. 23 Wisconsin vs. UMass, Noon No. 25 Oregon St. vs. E. Washington, 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1 No. 9 Louisville vs. Ohio, 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 2 No. 11 Florida St. at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m.

Prep Volleyball Rankings


Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association rankings: CLASS A 1. Macomb Dakota 2. Bloomfield Hills Marian 3. East Kentwood 4. Grand Haven 5. Clarkston 6. Saline 7. Farmington Hills Mercy 8. Forest Hills Northern 9. Rockford 10. Lake Orion Honorable Mention: Muskegon Mona Shores, Portage Central, Grand Rapids Christian, Hudsonville CLASS B 1. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 2. North Branch 3. Marysville 4. Wayland Union 5. Berrien Springs 6. Holland Christian 7. Cadillac 8. Dearborn Divine Child 9. Mt. Morris 10. Croswell-Lexington Honorable Mention: Lake OdessaLakewood, Frankenmuth, Haslett, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Grant CLASS C 1. St. Louis 2. Morley-Stanwood 3. Mendon 4. Traverse City St. Francis 5. Unionville-Sebewaing 6. Bronson 7. New Lothrop 8. Calumet 9. Bad Axe 10. Kent City Honorable Mention: Ravenna Class D 1. Battle Creek St. Philip 2. Ann Arbor Rudolf Steiner

A.L. Leaders
BATTINGMiCabrera, Detroit, .358; Trout, Los Angeles, .331; ABeltre, Texas, .326; Mauer, Minnesota, .324; DOr tiz, Boston, .310; TorHunter, Detroit, .308; Cano, New York, .307. RUNSMiCabrera, Detroit, 95; CDavis, Baltimore, 95; Trout, Los Angeles, 91; AJones, Baltimore, 89; AJackson, Detroit, 87; Ellsbury, Boston, 83; Bautista, Toronto, 82; Encarnacion, Toronto, 82. RBIMiCabrera, Detroit, 130; CDavis, Baltimore, 122; Encarnacion, Toronto, 99; AJones, Baltimore, 95; Fielder, Detroit, 91; Cano, New York, 87; Trumbo, Los Angeles, 84. HITSMiCabrera, Detroit, 173; ABeltre, Texas, 170; Machado, Baltimore, 169; Trout, Los Angeles, 164; AJones, Baltimore, 162; Ellsbury, Boston, 161; Pedroia, Boston, 161. DOUBLESMachado, Baltimore, 46; Lowrie, Oakland, 39; CDavis, Baltimore, 38; AlRamirez, Chicago, 36; Mauer, Minnesota, 35; Pedroia, Boston, 35; Saltalamacchia, Boston, 35. TRIPLESEllsbury, Boston, 8; Gardner, New York, 8; Trout, Los Angeles, 8; Drew, Boston, 6; AGordon, Kansas City, 6; DeJennings, Tampa Bay, 5; Kawasaki, Toronto, 5; LMartin, Texas, 5; BMiller, Seattle, 5. HOME RUNSCDavis, Baltimore, 47; MiCabrera, Detroit, 43; Encarnacion, Toronto, 34; ADunn, Chicago, 30; Trumbo, Los Angeles, 29; Bautista, Toronto, 28; ABeltre, Texas, 28; Longoria, Tampa Bay, 28. STOLEN BASESEllsbury, Boston, 50; RDavis, Toronto, 40; Andrus,

Frontier League
East Division W L Pct. Traverse City 53 38 .582 Lake Erie 52 39 .571 Florence 50 41 .549 So Illinois 49 41 .544 Evansville 47 43 .522 Washington 41 50 .451 Road 30 60 .333 West Division W L Pct. Schaumburg 56 35 .615 Gateway 49 41 .544 River City 47 42 .528 Windy City 46 44 .511 Normal 43 47 .478 Joliet 35 55 .389 Rockford 34 56 .378 GB 1 3 3 5 12 22 GB 6 8 9 12 20 21

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BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS Acquired OF Jason Kubel and cash from Arizona for a player to be named later or cash. Signed C Kelly Shoppach to a minor league contract and assigned him Columbus (IL). Recalled LHP Scott Barnes from Columbus and placed him on the 60-day DL. MINNESOTA TWINS Placed RHP Samuel Deduno and OF Wilkin Ramirez on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Pedro Hernandez from New Britain (EL) and OF Darin Mastroianni from Rochester (IL). SEATTLE MARINERS Traded OF Michael Morse to Baltimore for OF Xavier Avery. TEXAS RANGERS Recalled LHP Joseph Ortiz from Round Rock (PCL). Optioned RHP Ross Wolf to Round Rock. National League CINCINNATI REDS_Recalled LHP Zach Duke from Louisville (PCL). Optioned RHP Nick Christiani to Louisville. LOS ANGELES DODGERS_Signed RHP Edinson Volquez to a one-year contract. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Agreed to terms with RHP Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez on a three-year contract. Transferred LHP John Lannan to the 60-day DL. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS Acquired RHP John Axford from Milwaukee for a player to be named.

Fridays Games Traverse City 5, Joliet 3 Lake Erie 8, Road 4 Florence 3, Washington 2 Schaumburg 3, Evansville 2 Windy City at Normal, 8 p.m. Rockford at Gateway, 8:05 p.m. Southern Illinois at River City, 8:05 p.m. Saturdays Games Florence at Washington, 7:05 p.m. Road at Lake Erie, 7:05 p.m. Joliet at Traverse City, 7:05 p.m. Schaumburg at Evansville, 7:35 p.m. Windy City at Normal, 8 p.m. Rockford at Gateway, 8:05 p.m. Southern Illinois at River City, 8:05 p.m. Sundays Games Joliet at Traverse City, 5:05 p.m. Florence at Washington, 5:05 p.m. Road at Lake Erie, 5:05 p.m. Schaumburg at Evansville, 6:05 p.m.

NEW YORK Ichiro Suzuki hit a two-run homer and Robinson Cano singled in two runs during a fiverun fifth inning that helped the New York Yankees pick up an ineffective CC Sabathia and beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-5 Friday night. Alfonso Soriano connected for a two-run shot in the fourth off Miguel Gonzalez (8-7), and Alex Rodriguez had an RBI single in the seventh inning of a late August game that felt more like October. In a playoff-race twist, Mark Reynolds had three hits, including an RBI double when the Yankees batted around in the fifth. Last year he helped Baltimore reach its first postseason since 1997 with seven homers and 11 RBIs in seven games against New York beginning on Aug. 31. An August pickup by New York from Cleveland this season, Reynolds was right in the mix as the Yankees gained ground in the wild-card race. They began the day 1 games behind the Orioles, who trailed Oakland by 3 for the second AL wild card. Sabathia (12-11) lasted just 5 2-3 innings and yielded five runs and seven hits. In his last eight games, he has a 7.39 ERA.

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Summers last splash

Genevieve Alexander, 7, gives her brother, William, 4, a piggyback ride. The Manton siblings and their family were enjoying an afternoon at Lake Billings in Manton.

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ith the start of the school year just around the corner, kids throughout the area this past week likely have been making the most of the last week of summer break. Once Tuesdays rain storms passed and the sun came out Wednesday , quite a few kids (and their moms) headed for Lake Billings in Manton for an afternoon of swimming, fishing and to run around at the playground. Is there a better way to spend a late-summer afternoon than at the beach? We think not.

Hes little young for crime fighting in Gotham City, so 1-year-old Sullivan Alexander instead decided to play in the sand at the beach at Lake Billings.

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Kennedi Wahmhoff, 7, of Manton is hard at work on her sand creation.

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Layla Wahmhoff, 2, of Manton heads for the shore under the supervision of her mom.

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Kids get in some swim time before school starts up after this holiday weekend.

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Rover digs into the Footliters, Cadillac ordinances and closed roads
Q: WE were wondering how far the Footliters have come to, as far as getting to their goal of building their own place next to Blue Heron? A: Rover talked to Pat Paveglio to get the answer to this question. Paveglio said the Phoenix Project is currently on hold. The Cadillac Arts Council is currently exploring options for an art center building that will house various community arts. Laura Porter, president of the Cadillac Footliters, said fundraising for the project hasnt started, but said funds raised for the Pheonix Project will most likely be used for the potential of an art center. Q: WHAT is the city ordinance regarding barking dogs? A: Cadillac Police Sgt. Eric Eller was able to answer the question for Rover. Rover, however, wants people to know that he only barks when he is startled. Anyway, Eller said if a dog is making a disturbing noise, such as howling or barking, the owner of the animal could get cited for disturbing the peace. He added that officers from the department are sent on barking dog calls on a weekly basis and nine times out of 10 the owner is given a warning. Sometimes it is a dog barking to be let back into the house but sometimes it is due to a dog being neglected, he said. Most of the time a warning suffices. Q: IS there an ordinance in the city of Cadillac against parking on the tree lawn? A: Again, Rover asked Cadillac Police Sgt. Eric Eller to help out with this question. Eller said there is in fact an ordinance that address parking on the tree lawn. He said a person who parks on the tree lawn has to have a parking permit to do so. If officers see a car parked on the tree lawn and there is no permit then a parking ticket will be issued. Q: WHEN a road is closed and you travel on it, can you get a ticket? A: The simple answer is yes. Rover asked Dan Lund, MDOT Traffic and Safety Engineer, to expand and he said when a road is closed it means it is closed to traffic. If it says it is open to local traffic that means motorists are still able to travel to homes or businesses within the closure. He added that traffic traveling through closed roads can and do get tickets. Since they are within a construction zone the fines are double and that could be very costly .

Is a four-day school week the answer to improving schools?


BY DONALD BRADLEY MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE

BATES COUNTY, Mo. Ever-increasing global competition in job markets and research fields has pumped up pressure on American schools to churn out smarter and betterprepared students. Some education experts advocate year-round schools. Others say we need longer school days. Some schools have even added Saturday classes. But a growing number of school districts across the country are trying a different strategy . In fact, theyre going in a completely different direction. Theyre taking Mondays off. Students go longer Tuesday through Friday because they still must meet state minimums for classroom hours. And while they dont attend class on Mondays, teachers do. They come in for staff development, lesson planning and technology training. The idea is either horrible or innovative, depending on whom you ask. Critics say it adversely affects students education. Supporters say it makes teachers better. Students? A senior girl shrugged and said she was looking forward to sleeping in an extra day . Officials in these fourday districts make no apologies and insist their students will hold their own against any elsewhere. Our ACT scores are the best theyve been in 10 years, and our teachers love it, said Chris Fine, superintendent of the Lathrop school district in Clinton County , which went to four days in 2010. It was the first district in Missouri to do so after the General Assembly passed legislation a year earlier. Most of these are small, rural districts, such as Miami R-1, about an hour south of Kansas City . Its one school building, serving all grades, is surrounded by head-high corn this time of year and has so few students the boys play football for another school in a nearby town. Eagles by day , Bobcats on Friday night. In Montana ranch country , a Monday on the school calendar is sometimes called go-to-town day . The Missouri law came with the requirement that any district incurring substantial drop-offs in performance must go back to the traditional five days. Its early , but no district has had to do that. When states first agreed to four-day schedules, the reason was to help financially strapped small districts save money on transportation, support staff and utilities. Those savings turned out to be minimal, but thats not why Miami switched this year. This is about making

teachers better, Superintendent Frank Dahman said earlier this month on opening day . He is convinced that giving teachers those Mondays revs them up so they can do more with the new four than the old five. Ever since the beginning of time, weve placed demands on teachers and then not given them time to do it. With new requirements for development and new technology , those demands are going to increase. Giving them this day is what teachers have been screaming for for years. Better-prepared teachers means better students, and thats where the rubber meets the road. No one knows for sure how many districts have gone to four-day schedules. The Education Commission of the States estimates the number at several hundred in 17 states and going up. A big mistake, said Jennifer Davis, president of the National Center on Time & Learning, a Boston-based group that advocates more classroom time. The idea of narrowing the educational structure is absolutely the wrong direction, Davis said. We are at a critical point of education in this country . We need to be raising standards. Were past the time of graduating from high school and getting a middle-class job. Those jobs are gone. Our kids are going to have to compete with the world. I cant think that taking away a day of school is going to help. Grandma seldom finds herself part of a national debate. But shes in this one about the four-day school week. The thinking is that the plan works best in rural areas where child care for those Mondays would be less of an issue. Were seeing this in districts where a parent is home during the day or the child can spend the day with Grandma nearby , said Jennifer Dounay Zinth, senior policy analyst for the Education Commission of the States. Indeed, child care has been the big issue. And probably why we dont see the four-day week in large, urban districts, where parents typically work outside the home. The occasional snow day causes them enough child care trauma. Fine, the Lathrop superintendent, said child care was a major concern at first. But a community survey conducted halfway through the first year showed that more than 70 percent of parents supported the four-day schedule. Davis, with the National Center on Time & Learning, thinks child care is often a socio-economic issue and should be a deal

breaker against the fourday week. What about the families that cant afford enrichment activities, piano lessons and high-quality child care on those Mondays? she asked. What you would end up with in a lot of districts is kids spending those days in unsafe environments. Thats not the case in the Orearville school district in rural Saline County in mid-Missouri. Or as Superintendent Marilyn Ehlert puts it: Were just a little school on top of a hill in the middle of farmland. This will be the kindergarten-to-eighth-grade districts third year going four days. Teachers hated the idea

Fifth grader Abbigail Bennet works on a math problem on her iPad on the first day of school in Bates County, Mo. Miami R-1 Elementary School has started a fourday school week adding about half an hour to the other days and is embracing technology such as iPads in the classroom.
at first, but they wouldnt go back now, Ehlert said. Our attendance is up, our teacher attendance is up and we are accredited with distinction by the state. She grew up in St. Louis and attended big-city schools. She doesnt know why everybody seems so insistent that a four-day week wouldnt work in a suburban or urban district. But if you think something will be an obstacle, you can probably make it into one.

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Co-worker barking mad about tasteless videos


EAR AMY: I work in a small office (there are only six of us), and we have a very open, familylike atmosphere. Recently , a co-worker began making YouTube videos of her dog doing silly things. She enjoys showing the videos at work, which (while distracting) seemed like a pretty harmless waste of time. However, a few days ago she began showing some inappropriate videos of her pet going potty , among other foul doggie behavior. I have tried telling her to please not show those videos, but everyone tells me Im just being a spoil sport and to just ignore it if I dont like it. My boss even suggested I go for a walk if it bothered me that much. As I said, the office is small (a large open loft space with just a bathroom and our bosss office as the only private areas). What can I do when my co-worker refuses to stop playing those horrid videos, especially with everyone supporting her? Tubed Out DEAR TUBED OUT: Your colleagues behavior is disrespectful, not only to you but to her dog. This may sound silly to some people, but exploiting animals for your own low-brow human purposes is the very essence of inhumane. Furthermore, this colleagues exploits are escalating and very soon she could cross a line, which should prompt a call to your local Humane Society (humanesociety . org). You have made your own views known (good for you). Without support from the boss (and in an environment too small for an HR just being a guest department), you and am wondercannot control ing how much an this tasteless appropriate wedco-worker. You ding gift should should take your be. Basically ,I bosss suggestion dont know how and exit from this to approach this activity . milestone in our If others are lives. New Dad enjoying a little DEAR DAD: tasteless timeAsk You dont say waster, then perif your son was haps its your cue Amy raised with a (difto pick up a newsferent) dad in his paper and read an daily life. If so, he advice column or Amy may choose to celtwo. Dickinson ebrate this father DEAR AMY: relationship by I very recently asking this man discovered that I to stand up with have a son. He is a grown man, and our newly him at his wedding. You should ask him if found relationship has been there is something you can great. do for him and his bride for He is getting married in the wedding. They might a few months, and my wife appreciate it if you offered and I have been invited to pay for an aspect of their to the wedding. It seems celebration, such as hiring that as the father I have a greater responsibility than a photographer. Otherwise, if you can afford it, you could offer to pick up the tab for part (or all) of their honeymoon trip. These are big-ticket ideas. Your main job is to be a great guest and follow your sons lead. He may want you to be a low-key but proud witness to his big day . DEAR AMY: Im responding to your answer to Caring Colleague, the person wanting to know how to respond to a friends announcement of his siblings new child with Down syndrome. I felt your answer was well-meant but wrong. As a parent of a 7-year-old with Down, I received both wonderful and horrid responses to the news of my childs diagnosis. The correct answer is Congratulations! Period. At the birth of a typically chromosomed child, one does not temper their joy at the thought of the work involved, the possibilities of difficult times (think drug abuse, teen drama, car accidents, school trouble, etc.) ahead. That comes with being a parent. Just because the challenges faced by parents with kids with Down are different than the planned challenges, there is simply no need to acknowledge the road ahead as tougher than anyone elses road. It is more work; it is more worry . But the benefits of having a child with Down totally level the playing field here. The birth of this child is a joyful thing. End of story . Proud Mom DEAR PROUD: Perfect. Thank you very much. YOU CAN contact Amy Dickinson via email: askamy@tribune. com. You can also follow her on Twitter @askingamy or like her on Facebook.

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Mini Spy and her friends are collecting mushrooms. Mini is very careful to make sure they are safe! See if youcanfind: icecreamconehorseheadarrow letterD letterA mansface letterVfrog pigsface canoecat number6 wordMINI chicken butterfly fudgepop fishmouse
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At Home in the Dark

The Kingdom of Fungi


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Mushrooms and toadstools in the woods, mold on your forgotten leftovers, mildew on your shower curtain and the yeast that makes your bread rise: These are all types of fungus. More than one fungus are called fungi (FUN-jie). Fungi look like plants, but they arent. They are more closely related to animals, but they arent animals either. Fungi have their own separate kingdom. To learn more about what makes these organisms special, The Mini Page talked with a biologist and fungus expert.

The ridges under mushroom caps are called gills. Both sides of each gill produce spores, allowing the mushroom to produce many more spores than if the underside were flat. The caps and stems of the mushrooms are called fruiting bodies because they are the sections for reproduction. (The fruits of plants hold the seeds for reproduction.)

Traveling threads
Fungi have tiny threads, or hyphae (HI-fee), that can spread out over great distances. The hyphae grow through surrounding material, such as soil, wood, bread or even brains, to take in food. These hyphae make up the body of a fungus. We do not usually see the hyphae making up the body. For example, with a mushroom, we usually see the stem and the cap. But these do not make up the main body. They are part of the reproductive system. The mushrooms body is made of many hyphae spread out under the ground, sometimes for great distances. Fungi reproduce by releasing spores, which are usually single cells. These special cells can produce new fungi.

Dining in style
Unlike plants, fungi cannot make their food from the sun. And unlike animals, they do not digest their food inside their bodies. Fungi digest their food outside their bodies. When we eat our food, we chew it and swallow it. Chemical substances, or enzymes (EN-zimes), inside our bodies digest what we eat, breaking it apart into forms our bodies can use. When fungi eat, they dump enzymes on the food while it is outside their bodies. Once the food is broken down, they absorb it. If we ate that way, we would order a hamburger and dump enzymes from our bodies onto it. Then wed stick our fingers into the digested hamburger and soak it up into our bodies.

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Rookie Cookies Recipe

Spinach and Rice


Youll need: 1boilinthebagpackagebrownrice(2cupscooked) 2cupspackedfreshspinach,chopped 1teaspoonbutter saltandpeppertotaste What to do: 1. Cook rice according to package directions. 2.Placechoppedspinachinthebottomofamediumbowl. 3. Pour hot cooked rice on top. 4. Add butter and mix thoroughly. Hot rice will wilt spinach slightly. 5. Season with salt and pepper. You will need an adults help with this recipe.
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The foxfire fungus glows and can light up a dead tree. It eats the insides of wood, causing it to decay. Many mushrooms digest wood, which is why mushrooms often grow near dead trees.

Meet Ryan Reynolds


Ryan Reynolds stars as Turbo in the movieTurbo.He has starred in many Turbo movies,includingGreen LanternandX-MenOrigins:Wolverine. HewasthevoiceofGuyinTheCroods. HehasalsoactedinTVshows,including theNickelodeonseriesFifteen. RyanservesontheboardofdirectorsfortheMichaelJ. FoxFoundationforParkinsonsResearch.In2008,heranin the New York City Marathon in honor of his dad, who has Parkinsons disease. Ryan,36,wasborninVancouver,BritishColumbia,Canada.
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A Special Place in Nature


Fungus kingdom
There are about 75,000 known species, or types, of fungi, but experts estimate there are actually about 1.5 million species. Fungi do not have chlorophyll (KLOR-uh-fil), a green substance that plants use to help them make food with sunlight, carbon dioxide and water. This process is called photosynthesis (fo-toe-SIN-thuhsis). This means that fungi cant make food through photosynthesis. However, the lack of chlorophyll has advantages too. Fungi can live in dark places. Their threads can grow in any direction. These two factors allow fungi to live inside substances such as food, wood or soil.
Mushrooms such as this one from Yellowstone National Park often stand out in the fall.
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Environmentally friendly
Fungi and bacteria are the biggest recyclers on the planet. By digesting their food outside their bodies, fungi decompose, or break down, materials. Fungi and bacteria break down once-living matter and release carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and other matter back into the soil and atmosphere. People use fungi to help recycle ordinary waste. Fungi can break down almost anything except for most pesticides and plastics. Scientists are searching for ways to use fungi to break down toxic waste. Some fungi live on the roots of about 90 percent of all plants on Earth. These fungi help the plants take in minerals and water. In return, the plants give sugars to the fungi. Fungi help plants grow bigger faster. The many hyphae spread out over such a large area that they greatly increase the ability of plant roots to take in minerals and water.
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Supersport: Adrian Peterson


When Adrian Peterson crumpled to the turf with a seriouskneeinjuryin2011,itlookedasifhisdaysasa running back might be over. Butin2012theMinnesotaVikingsveteranwasback, runningrampantagain.Hegainedacareer-best2,097 yardsandwonseveralindividualawards,includingNFLMostValuable Player honors. Now the five-time All-Pro is revved up for his eighth season. Is the NFLsingle-seasonrushingrecordof2,105yardswithinhisreach?Given Petersons speed, skill and determination, its possible. Peterson covers a lot of ground, on and off the field. He has been on mission trips to Africa, helped with Special Olympics, and contributed through his charitable foundation.
Height: 6-1 Weight: 217 Birthdate: 3-21-85 Hometown: Palestine, Texas

The orange peel fungus is found growing on dead wood throughout North America and Europe. It is a type of fungus called a cup fungus. The orange, cuplike forms are the fruiting bodies. They usually appear in late summer or fall.

A Major Player
Fungi foods
About250speciesoffungi are delicious and nutritious for humans. There are about the same number that can kill us. Never eat mushrooms you find outside unless you are with an adult who is an expert. Fungi are used to develop important foods. For example, yeast is a one-celled fungus that helps bread rise. Fungi make blue cheeses, such as Roquefort, ripen. The blue color of the cheese is actually caused by fungi spores. Other food substances such as soy sauce are made with fungi. The citric acid in colas is made by fungi.
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Fungi foes harm


Fungi cause many human, animal and plant diseases. They cost billions of dollars in crop losses every year. Dutchelmdisease,whichiswiping out most elm trees in America, is caused by fungi. Mold in homes can make people sick. Experts believe the chytrid (KIHtrid) fungus is a major reason that about one-third of the amphibians in the world now face extinction. A fungus is killing millions of bats with white-nose syndrome.

All the following jokes have something in common. Can you guess the common theme or category? Fred: Why was the bread mold so popular? Fergus: Because he was a fun-gi! Fillene: What sound would a mushroom car make? Finn:Shroom-shroom! Fanny: Why did the fungi leave the party? Frank: Because there wasnt mushroom!
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The largest known organism on Earth is an Armillaria solidipes, such as this honey mushroom. The fungus is in the Malheur National Forest in Oregon. The hyphae of this one fungus cover about 2,200 acres, about the size of 1,665 football fields. Experts believe it has lived for more than 2,400 years.

Zombie masters
A creepy group of fungi, the Cordyceps (KOR-duh-seps), infect insects and take over their brains. One type of Cordyceps turns carpenter ants in the tropical rainforest into zombies. The ants live in the treetops, but when Cordyceps spores enter the ants brain, the ant is forced to climb down to leaves close to the ground. Right before the infection kills it, the spores force the ant to bite down on a leaf, anchoring itself there. The Cordyceps fruiting body grows through the insects body.
A Cordyceps infected this wasp, eating its insides until it died. The fruiting body stalks grew from the wasp.

Words that remind us of fungi are hidden in the block below. Some words are hidden backward or diagonally. See if you can find: AMPHIBIAN, ANT, CORDYCEPS, DARK, DECOMPOSE, DIGEST, EAT, ELM, ENZYME, FOOD, FRUITING, GILL, INFECT, KINGDOM, MILDEW, MOLD, MUSHROOM, PENICILLIN, SPORES, SOY, THREADS, YEAST.
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Fungi friends
Fungi are often used in industry. For example, stonewashed jeans are made when fungi enzymes partially digest the cotton fibers. Fungi are vital in medicine. About 1,600 antibiotics are made by fungi. The fungi see bacteria as a competitor for food, so they kill the bacteria that are making us sick. Fungi are also used to make other medicines, such as cholesterollowering drugs and medicine used to keep the body from rejecting transplants.
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The very first antibiotic discovered, penicillin, was from a fungus. In 1928, Alexander Fleming noticed a green mold in a dish of bacteria. There were no bacteria growing by the mold. Fleming created the first antibiotic from this mold, a fungus. The Mini Page thanks Tom Volk, department of biology, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, for help with this issue.

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The Mini Page provides ideas for websites, books or other resources that will help you learn more about this weeks topics. On the Web: TomVolkFungi.net bit.ly/16P8EBP bit.ly/T36QCF At the library: OurLivingWorld:FungibyJennyE.Tesar AlexanderFleming:TheManWhoDiscovered PenicillinbySalvatoreTocci

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Older brides with fancy gowns, garter belts, DJs


BY ANNE DINNOCENZIO AP RETAIL WRITER

Anniversary

NEW YORK SherryLynne Heller-Wells always wanted a fairytale wedding. So when she tied the knot last year, she spared no detail. She walked down the aisle in a flowing ivory gown with a long veil and lacey bolero jacket. Ten flower-toting bridesmaids and seven groomsmen were in the wedding party. And after the ceremony, 100 guests dined on beef tenderloin, clams casino and a threetier vanilla cake. The cost, including a fireworks show during the reception, was $45,000. Heller-Wells wasnt some blushing new bride, though. When the retired registered nurse, 64, wed her husband, Clyde, a small-business owner who is 65, it was her second time at the altar. I met my Prince Charming. He swept me off my feet, says the Clearwater, Fla., widow whose first husband died in 2003. Were hoping this will be the last marriage. Why not celebrate? Only a few years ago, it was considered in poor taste for a bride over age 55, particularly if she had been previously married, to do things like wear a fancy wedding gown, rock out to a DJ at the reception or have the groom slip a lacy garter belt off of her leg. But those days are gone: Older couples no longer are tying the knot in subtle ways. The trend in part is being driven by a desire to emulate the lavish weddings of celebrities of all ages. But its also one of the results of a new everything goes approach that does away with long-held traditions and cookie-cutter ceremonies in favor of doing things like replacing the first husband-and-wife dance with a group reenactment of Michael Jacksons Thriller video. Thats left older couples feeling less self-conscious about shelling out serious cash to party like their younger peers. The rules are out the window ... whether its what youre wearing or the cake youre serving, says Darcy Miller, editorial director of Martha Stewart Weddings, a wed-

Sara Musillo, left, assistant store manager at Davids Bridal in New York assists Yolanda Royal, 64, center as she tries on wedding dresses with her niece Angelic Lavine. Royal and her husband-to-be plan to spend about $11,000 on their wedding reception for about 100 people.
ding magazine. Sixty is the new 40 and that is reflected in the wedding. Couples age 55 and older made up just 8 percent of last years $53 billion wedding business. But that number has doubled since 2002, according to Shane McMurray, CEO of The Wedding Report, which tracks spending trends in the wedding industry. Its in part because more couples are marrying in their golden years. In 2011, women ages 55 and over accounted for 5.2 percent and men in that age range made up 7.9 percent of the more than 2.1 million marriages performed in that year in the U.S., according to Bowling Green State Universitys National Center for Family and Marriage Research, based on analysis of census figures. Thats up from 2001 when 2.6 percent of new marriages performed were among women in that age group; for men, it was 6.6 percent. And those older couples spend more. Thats because theyre usually empty nesters who dont have the same worries as their younger counterparts: They arent saving for their first home, for instance, and they arent burdened by huge student loan debts they must worry about paying off. As a result, older couples dish out about 10 percent to 15 percent more than the cost of the average wedding, which was $25,656 last year, down from the pre-recession peak in 2007 of $28,732, according to The Wedding Report. Thats meant big business for companies that cater to brides and grooms-to-be. Zaven Ghanimian, CEO of Simon G. Jewelry, which sells engagement rings and other jewelry to about 900 small stores across the country, says men in their late 50s and older have been investing more on engagement rings. A few years ago, they were spending $1,500 to $2,000; now, theyre shelling out $4,000 to $8,000. And at Davids Bridal business from older couples has doubled in the past two years, compared with modest growth for the younger age group, says Brian Beitler, the chains chief marketing officer. And while older customers represent only two to three percent of overall sales, the company expects that figure to keep growing. And theyre a lucrative bunch. Davids Bridal, which is based in Consohocken, Pa., says older brides spend about $700 to $800 on gowns, including accessories like necklaces. Thats higher than the $500 to $600 that customers in their twenties and early thirties typically spend. But older brides arent just spending more, theyre spending differently. For instance, in the past, older brides tended to stick with special-occasion dresses, but now they want more traditional wedding gowns. Shes our dream bride, says Catalina Maddox, fashion director at Davids Bridal. She wants everything that the 25-year-old bride wants, but more. The trend is so prevalent that Davids Bridal is looking at ways to better connect with the older wedding crowd. In fact, its store in Danbury, Conn.

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Mr. and Mrs. William Benson of Cadillac, along with Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hamilton of Big Rapids, proudly announce the engagement of their children, Caitlyn A. Benson and Jordan E. Hamilton. Caitlyn is a graduate of Ferris State University Dental Hygiene Program. An October 2013 wedding is planned at the Benson Farm in Cadillac. The couple will remain in the area.

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recently held a bridal fashion show at a nearby nursing and rehabilitation facility; the event was a hit with the residents, the store says. Terry Hall, fashion director at Kleinfelds, the New York City bridal salon, also has seen a change in attitude in the last year or so among the older set. He said business from that group has doubled. Hall says Kleinfelds older clients are spending $4,000 to $7,000 for a gown. That compares with the average purchase of $3,500 for the under-30 set. They used to be subtle, Hall says. Now, theyre saying, Who cares? Its my day. They want the dress. Thats especially true for older first-time brides. At 64, Yolanda Royal, who lives in Irvington, N.J., is preparing for her first wedding next July. After living with her partner for 20 years, he popped the question in May. The couple plans to spend about $11,000 on the reception for about 100 people, but for Royal, its all about the dress. After thats secured, the other details will fall in place, she says. Royal, a nursing attendant, was at Davids Bridal in the Manhattan borough of New York City with her 41-year-old niece on a recent Friday, trying on white wedding gowns that had small trains. Royal, who says she wants something sexy, tried everything from off-theshoulder to strapless designs. For my wedding, for my day, I want the dress I want, says Royal, who did not want to give details about the gown she settled on because she wants to surprise her future husband. I really dont think about age. I think age is something that people shouldnt think about. Its all about your life and the way you feel. I feel good about myself and my life.

Reisers celebrate 55th


CADILLAC David and Sylvia Reiser, of Cadillac, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on August 30, 2013. They wed on August 30, 1958, at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Detroit, after having met while attending the University of Michigan. David worked for the Bureau of Local Governmental Services, Michigan Department of Treasury , while Sylvia is a homemaker and community volunteer. They have six children: John, Jim, Maria, Andrew, Gretchen and Rebekah; and 11 grandchildren.

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Cadillac What: Cadillac Festival of Races Info: 10k, 5k, Adventure Triathlon. Enjoy live entertainment and food vendors. Fun for the entire family. Time: 9 am Saturday Place: Cadillac, Cadillac Rotary Performing Arts Pavilion What: Wexford County Historical Museum Slide Show Series Info: Cliff Sjogren will present a slide show featuring vintage and historical photos of the Cadillac area, with narration. The show runs for 45 minutes followed by a tour of the museum. Time: 11 am Saturday Place: Cadillac, Wexford County Historical Museum What: Lake Mitchell Property Owners Association Meeting Time: 10 am Saturday Place: Cadillac, Cherry Grove Township Hall Evart What: Farmers Market Info: The Evart Area Farmers Market will be open starting June 15 and going into October. Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday Place: Evart Depot, 200 Main Street Contact: June-Marie Essner 231-734-6016 What: Free Community Dinner Time: 5:45 p.m. Saturday Place: Brooks Corners United Methodist Church Contact: Joe Beavan 231912-1576

Reservations are $12 each and must be made by August 28. Date: Saturday Place: Manton, 105 5th Street - 5th Street Gym Contact: Joanne 231-8243438

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What: Annual Fall R/C Air Show Info: Large variety of planes and helicopters. Ample parking and What: Bingo concessions. All pilots are Info: Proceeds go welcome to fly. for veteran causes in Time: 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday community Place: Tustin, CAMS Time: 6 p.m. Saturday Flying Field Place: VFW Post No. 7806, Contact: 231-768-4259 Cost: Free, donations are Moorestown appreciated What: Yard Sale Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday Place: Norwich Township Hall, Moorestown Cadillac What: Tween Advisory Tustin Board What: Tustin Daze Info: Family friendly day. Info: Help plan fun programs at the library Enjoy a parade, games and pick out books. for all ages, music, An activity and snack raffles, food, free ice included. Ages 10 to 14. cream social, plus more. Time: 6 pm Monday Date: Saturday Place: Cadillac, Cadillac Place: Village of Tustin, Wexford Public Library Neilson Street

through Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. for medication assistance, appointments with a doctor, nurse practitioner or physicians assistant (available when they volunteer). Date: Monday Place: Lower level of the Old City Hall Building, 201 N. Mitchell Street Contact: 231-876-6150 What: Men of the Moose meeting Time: 6:30 p.m. Monday Place: Moose Lodge, Boon Road What: Kiwanis Club of Cadillac Info: Area men and women interested in serving children and youth. All welcome. Time: 6 p.m. Monday Place: McGuires Contact: 231-920-6822

What: Al-Anon Info: Meets every Monday. Time: 8 p.m. Monday Place: First Presbyterian Church, 221 E. Harris Street Contact: Dolores Eisele 231-775-3102

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Manton What: Labor Day Manton Weekend Harvest Festival What: Labor Day Date: Sunday Weekend Harvest Festival Place: Manton, Manton Date: Saturday Place: Manton Tustin What: Tustin Daze What: Manton Alumni Info: Family friendly day. Banquet Enjoy a parade, games Info: Social hour will for all ages, music, begin at 4 p.m. Banquet raffles, food, free ice will be at 6 p.m. cream social, plus more.

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Lake City What: Al-Anon Time: 10 a.m. Tuesday Place: St. Stevens Cadillac What: Depression, Bipolar Catholic Church, 506 What: Stehouwer Free Support Alliance Union Street Clinic Info: Meets every Info: The Stehouwer Mesick Tuesday. Free Clinic is available by Time: 6 p.m. Tuesday What: Golden Agers appointment Monday dinner Place: Mercy Hospital, through Thursday from Info: Bring a dish to pass Mortimer Room 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to and table service, public Contact: Louie or Betty 4:30 p.m. for medication 231-920-3411 or 231-775- welcome assistance, appointments 4937 Time: Noon Tuesday with a doctor, nurse Place: United Methodist practitioner or physicians What: Weekly Peer Grief Church Mesick, 121 S. assistant (available when Support Group Alvin St. they volunteer). Time: 9 a.m. Tuesday Date: Tuesday What: Hamburger Night Place: Big Boy Place: Lower level of the Contact: 231-779-9550, Info: Mesick Amvet Old City Hall Building, Post No. 120 Sons. 800-822-8318 201 N. Mitchell Street Hamburgers, Contact: 231-876-6150 What: Grand Slam Bridge cheeseburgers, Club homemade soup and What: Shepherds Table Info: For women, every chili, french fries and Info: Free community Tuesday. onion rings. Proceeds meals. Everyone Time: 11:30 a.m. Tuesday used for projects that welcome. Volunteers Place: Lakeside Charlies, benefit veterans and needed for clean-up, 5 to Contact: Jeanne 231-775- the community. Public 7 p.m. 5086 welcome. Time: 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Place: First Baptist Evart Tuesday Church, Chapin Street What: Blood Drive Place: Mesick Amvets entrance Info: A blood drive will Post, M-37, Just south of Contact: 231-775-0608 be held. M-115 Cost: Free Time: 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday Place: Evangel Assembly What: Hamburger Night of God, 12506 W. US 10 Time: 6 to 7:30 p.m.

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Tuesday Place: Moose Lodge, Boon Road

Clinic Info: The Stehouwer Free Clinic is available by appointment Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. for medication assistance, appointments with a doctor, nurse practitioner or physicians assistant (available when they volunteer). Date: Wednesday Place: Lower level of the Old City Hall Building, 201 N. Mitchell Street Contact: 231-876-6150 What: Wednesday Wigglers Info: Music and movement for kids and caregivers. Ages 0 to four. Time: 11 am Wednesday Place: Cadillac, Cadillac Wexford Public Library What: 15-B MEA-retired chapter meeting Info: Will feature Branko Bojicic, Blue Cross Blue Shield MPSERS representative. Will do MPSERS insurance plan update. Optional lunch at Culvers at 11:30 a.m. Time: 01 pm Wednesday Place: Cadillac, MEA office, Cadillac What: Surgical weight
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loss support group Info: First Wednesday of every month. Time: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Place: Missaukee Room, Mercy Hospital, Contact: Ann Thompson 468-2522 xraylady65@ yahoo.com What: Cadillac and Manistee Telephone Pioneers breakfast Info: All Telephone Pioneers and spouses are welcome. Time: 9 a.m. Wednesday Place: Waterfront Restaurant, M-115 Cadillac What: Burger Night Time: 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday Place: American Legion Post 94, 422 N. Mitchell Street What: Cadillac Community Food Pantry Info: Doors open at 8:30 a.m., optional church service at 9:30 a.m. and food distribution at 10 a.m. Bring container to transport food. Time: 8:30 a.m. Wednesday Place: Revival Center Contact: 231-775-2662 What: Bingo Info: Public welcome. Time: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Place: Moose Lodge, Boon Road

Lake City What: Blood Drive Info: A blood drive will be held. Time: 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Place: Lake City United Methodist Church, 301 E. John Street What: Computer Class Time: 10 a.m. Wednesday Place: Missaukee District Library Contact: 231-839-2166 What: Cribbage Time: 4 p.m. Wednesday Place: Missaukee District Library, 210 S. Canal Street What: Wii Wednesdays Info: All ages. Time: 3 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Place: Missaukee District Library, 210 S. Canal Street Contact: 231-839-2166 Manton What: Manton Area Farmers Market Info: Home-grown, fresh, in-season produce for sale. Craft and flea market held on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Manton Area Farmers Market canvas tote bags available. Vendors welcome. Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday Place: Manton, Railroad Park Contact: Bev; Karen 231824-3391; 231-824-3748

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School contest promotes awareness of severe allergic reactions


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ATLANTA Within five minutes of popping a chocolate nut cluster in her mouth one day last year, Kristen Valentine Jenschkes daughter was in a fight for her life. Her throat and mouth itched. Her eyelids swelled. Red blotchy spots covered her face. By the time Jenschke figured out Jenna had eaten candy from a grocery store sampling station and rushed her to a nearby childrens clinic, the girl was struggling to breathe. The staff at Childrens Healthcare was phenomenal, and they realized immediately what was happening, the Marietta, Ga., mother said. Like a growing number of children, the then-6year-old was having an allergic reaction to nuts. As many as one in 13 U.S. children suffers from a food allergy , a common cause of anaphylaxis. For some, the allergic reaction will prove fatal. As part of the national Get Schooled in Anaphylaxis initiative sponsored by global pharmaceutical company Mylan Specialty L.P ., local school districts are lining up to participate in some friendly competition to help raise awareness of severe allergies by rallying people to share their personal stories. The competition, dubbed Raise Your Hand for Anaphylaxis Awareness, runs through Oct. 1 and allows people to virtually raise their hand for their school district to be counted as one committed to educating people about the dangers of severe allergies. Supporters can register their school district online at www.Anaphylaxis101. com. The competition launched in May . Four school districts with the most raised hands will each receive a $15,000 grant to support educational programs, including anaphylaxis-related activities. Jenschke didnt know that her daughter, now 7, had a life-threatening allergy until that day in late December. Her experience, experts say , points up the need for parents and people who work with children to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of anaphy-

We had a compulsory crash course in allergy awareness, she said. I dont wish that on any parent.

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Ways to raise anaphylaxis awareness by supporting the Raise Your Hand initiative: Sign-in to show support for your school district, then select your district from a drop-down menu or type in the name to search for it. All public school districts in the U.S. are eligible. You also can share your personal reasons for raising your hand. The four school districts with the most hands raised at the end of the competition will each win a $15,000 grant. Spread the word: Let others in your school community know about the competition and why you raised your hand by emailing, sharing on Facebook and tweeting. Also visit the Anaphylaxis101 Resource MTNS Library or take a Guided Kristen Valentine Jenschke and her daughter, Jenna, 7, play with their cat at home in Marietta, Ga. Jenna suffers from food allergies that Tour to download resources, customized school can be fatal so the family must be careful with what she eats. forms, checklists and other sampling stations, she com- but they referred me to a said. materials. laxis and know what to do Having an epinephrine plained that her mouth and Childrens Healthcare facil Come back often: if it occurs. ity nearby , Jenschke said. Increase your districts throat were itchy . I gave auto-injector available at Thats especially true Once doctors got her her a drink of my tea and all times is critical, he chance of winning by raisfor personnel at schools, symptoms under control, didnt think anything of explained, since that is ing your hand once a day . where children spend a Jenschke said they were it. When that didnt help, the recommended first By registering on www. great majority of their allowed to go home with a line treatment for patients Jenschke said she spotted Anaphylaxis101.com, you time, said Dr. Stanley M. handful of prescriptions, a napkin in the shopping having anaphylactic reacwill receive campaign Fineman, an Atlanta alupdates and details about lergy and asthma specialist tions. Fineman said about cart and asked Jenna what including an epinephrine auto-injector and orders 2 percent of the population she had eaten. She bought bonus days when each and advocate for Raise for allergy testing as soon hand raised will be worth Your Hand. Fineman said will experience anaphylax- Benadryl then headed to as possible. the nearest urgent care is, but there have been as more. A real-time, online food allergies among chilclinic. No luck. many as 1,500 deaths each dren are increasing. Soon after, she said, Fine- leader board will show the They did not treat aller- man told her Jenna was year from life-threatening number of hands raised for And while the reasons gic reactions in children, each district. are unclear, he said factors allergic reactions nationallergic to tree nuts. ally . such as increased awareAlthough hypotension ness, improved diagnostics (low blood pressure) or and possibly the general shock can occur, typical increase in prevalence of symptoms include skin allergic disease all play a rash, breathing difficulty , role. tightness in throat and There is a theory that swelling, Fineman said. early exposure to foods Buy Direct from Manufacturer He said one of the benmay induce tolerance, and in recent years, it has been efits of the Raise Your Environmentally Friendly Less Labor Hand initiative is it will common practice to delay Quick Turnaround Non-Combustible introduction of certain al- help inform the public lergenic foods such as eggs about the risks and danSeveral Styles Available gers of anaphylaxis, which and nuts, Fineman said. 40 Year Paint Warranty is frequently misunderHe said parents can protect their children by mak- stood or mishandled re19 Colors In Stock Cut to Your Size sulting in potentially lifeing sure they get a proper Custom Trim All Accessories threatening consequences diagnosis but cautioned for patients at risk. that no one test is recomNo Cut Charge Attractive Jenschke said she mended as a stand-alone Low Prices Installation Available learned her daughters ditool. agnosis the hard way . Once the potential trigI remember passing ger is identified, then apthe sampling stations, but propriate precautions are needed, and the parent and I did not know that Jenna STOP IN: Mon.-Fri. 8 am-5 pm Sat. 8:30 am-Noon Closed Sun. patient need to be educated had eaten anything, JenClosed for Lunch 12-1 pm about avoidance measures schke recalled. Within 7812 E. 14 Rd. (just west of Old US 131) Manton, MI 49663 five minutes of passing the and treatment, Fineman

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Make sure your backpack-toting student is safe


(P .E.) and activities such as after-school sports, scouts and camps, he said. Marshall said parents ATLANTA Even if should consider a second youre not a parent of set of books for home use school-aged children, the to avoid carrying the entire traffic and returning road load to and from school. In rage has signaled the beaddition, a visit to the docginning of a new school tor to evaluate children for year. core weakness, tight back But what may not be muscles and poor posture common knowledge, even to parents, doctors say , are might also be in order. The risks associated with the risks associated with heavy backpacks have long lugging around heavy been a concern for parents backpacks. like Suzanne Schaefer and According to the U.S. Diane Crowell, who sugConsumer Product Safety gested her daughter bring Commission, backpackhome only the books she related injuries send an needs to complete assignestimated 5,000 children a ments. year to emergency rooms. Because she needed all of More than 14,000 children them, they compromised. are treated annually for Crowell purchased a rollinjuries. ing bag to take the weight Carrying a heavy backpack is bad enough, but if a off. Rolling bags, however, alchild also suffers from scoso pose a safety risk, since liosis, a stress fracture or students have to maneuver muscle strain, the weight staircases, said Schaefer, can aggravate the condia mother of an elemention or delay recovery , tary and a middle school said Dr. David Marshall, student at Cornerstone medical director of sports Preparatory Academy in medicine at Childrens Kennesaw. Healthcare of Atlanta. Schaefer said she worries The fallout from this about both having to carry could be missing school so many books but pardays due to back pain, ticularly her son, Matthew, missing certain classes
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Suzanne Schaefer, right, helps her daughter Maggie, left, and son Matthew load their heavy backpacks and gear in the family car while leaving Cornerstone Preparatory Academy at Summit Baptist Church in Kennesaw, Ga.
because he is so small. To help take a load off, Marshall offered these tips from Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta: Buy a backpack with two wide, padded straps that go over the shoulders. Make sure your child uses both straps. Choose a backpack with a padded waist or chest belt. This distributes weight more evenly across the body . Multiple compartments also help distribute the weight. Your childs backpack should not be wider than his body . Consider choosing a backpack with a metal frame (like hikers use) or on wheels (like a flight attendants bag). Check with your childs school first to see if these types of bags are allowed. When fully loaded, your childs backpack should weigh less than 15 percent of his body weight. Use your bathroom scale to measure the maximum backpack load so your child can know what it should feel like. Make sure your child isnt toting unnecessary items like laptops, CD players and video games. These can add a lot of pounds. Heavier items should be placed closer to the back of the backpack, near the body . Picking up the backpack properly is important. As with any heavy object, your child should bend at the knees and grab the pack with both hands when lifting it to his shoulders. Encourage your child to develop stronger lower back and abdominal muscles. This will help avoid back injury . Weight training and yoga are two activities that can help strengthen core muscles.

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No more than 10-15 percent body weight Well-padded shoulder straps (over both shoulders, not just one) Abdominal strap to evenly distribute the backpack load over shoulders and back Weight of the pack should not fall below the pant line. Well-padded pack to prevent being poked by pencil boxes, rulers Heaviest books in the front part of the pack, closest to the back SOURCE: DR. David Marshall, medical director of sports medicine at Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta.

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Getting teens to eat breakfast on school days will always be a challenge. It comes with the territory . Always has. Teens are more independent. Theyre busy juggling schoolwork and social lives. Who has time to bother with breakfast? Sarah Berghoff McClure, for one. The 16-year-old from Chicagos northern suburbs makes sure she eats a good breakfast; otherwise, by second period, youll be starving. That means she cant do what she sees some teens do. Some have a cup of coffee, bring it to school, drink that and call it their breakfast, she says. You have to eat breakfast even if its just one egg and an apple on the go. Breakfast depends on what we have in the house. But if we have waffles, I will cook those. Pancakes sometimes, if my mom is in a really good mood, says Sarah, who follows a glutenfree diet. What I do on my own is make eggs because eggs are quick, healthy and protein. Generally thats not enough to fill me up so I have these protein shakes I make. Or shell scour the refrigerator. Ill be, like, OK, I have some bread. Ill toast the bread, Ill make an egg, Ill put it on the bread. If I have some bean salad, Ill put like one spoon of the bean salad on it or guacamole or salsa. Its kind of like making a burrito. Its a burrito on the go. Thats my favorite breakfast. While Sarah often cooks her own breakfast, its mom who makes sure the kitchens stocked. Mom is Carlyn Berghoff, mother of three teenagers (and CEO of the Berghoff Catering and Restaurant Group). Carlyn and Sarah co-authored Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen: Everyday Foods the Whole Family Will Love with Dr. Suzanne P . Nelson and Nancy Ross Ryan. Just as with many teens, Sarahs breakfasts arent always consumed at the table, especially when the soon-to-be-junior is running really , really late. I bring it upstairs with me, she says, and eat while I put my makeup on. Making breakfast portable helps. So beyond a fried egg sandwich eaten on the run, consider molletes (moe-YEH-taze), openface sandwiches popular with students in Mexico. Or a fruit bread, such as a gluten-free version, spread with a nut butter or eaten with a fruit-and-yogurt smoothie. Add bananas and vanilla; beat well. In another medium bowl, whisk flour with dried egg whites, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda, salt and allspice. Add dry ingredients in batches to banana mixture, beating well after each addition. Batter will be very thick; beat only enough to mix well. Scrape batter into prepared pan. Smooth level with a spatula. Bake until a wooden pick inserted in the center comes out clean, 30-35 minutes. Remove from oven; cool on a rack. When cool, cut into 3-inch squares. Nutrition information per serving: 217 calories, 7 g fat, 4 g saturated fat, 55 mg cholesterol, 38 g carbohydrates, 4 g protein, 422 mg sodium, 3 g fiber Make these open-face bean sandwiches with your choice of refried beans (leftovers, traditional, vegetarian, etc.). Cooked, drained, crumbled bacon is sometimes used; youll need 10-12 slices. Serve with avocado slices, if you like, and a favorite salsa. Prep: Heat oven to 450 degrees. Split 6 bolillos lengthwise (or Frenchtype rolls or 5-inch lengths of good French bread). Remove a small amount of each rolls soft interior. Place rolls cut-side down on a baking sheet. Toast lightly in the oven, about 3 minutes. Build: Using 1 can (16 ounces) refried beans, spread cut-side of toasted rolls with refried beans. Sprinkle with bacon, if desired. Sprinkle with 2 cups grated Chihuahua or Monterey Jack cheese. Arrange on baking sheet. Heat in oven until cheese is bubbly and golden, about 10 minutes. Watch carefully so cheese does not burn. Makes: 6 servings

Registered dietitians Jill Castle and Maryann Jacobsen, authors of Fearless Feeding: How to Raise Healthy Eaters from High Chair to High School (Jossey-Bass, $16.95), offer recipes and guidelines for nourishing teens. Among them: Breakfast for a teen should include meat (or a nonmeat protein source), fat, fruit, grain and dairy (or nondairy alternative). It could be as simple as peanut butter on whole-grain toast with a banana and skim milk. The accelerated growth of teens means they may consume more food and bigger portions. Rather than worry about extra hunger, be prepared for it with quality food on hand and regular meals that satisfy your teen. Ten power foods for teens: Seeds, nuts, instant readyto-eat fortified cereals, 100 percent orange juice, beans, low-fat cheese, low-

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Banana bread squares are adapted from Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen.
fat yogurt, low-fat milk, dark green leafy vegetables, orange-colored fruits and vegetables (mango, carrots, etc.). Rather than fight against the foods teens love, find ways to modify them so that they remain tasty and pack more nutrients, for example, by subbing low-fat cheese for full-fat versions on pizza. Prep: 20 minutes Bake: 30-35 minutes Makes: 9 bars Adapted from Cooking for Your Gluten-Free Teen (Andrews McMeel Publishing, $19.99). If you cant find gluten-free flour with xanthan gum, the authors suggest adding 1 teaspoon xanthan gum to each cup of gluten-free flour. Xanthan gum adds volume and moisture to gluten-free baked goods. It can be found at large supermarkets. cup unsalted butter 2/3 cup packed brown sugar 2 eggs 1 1/3 cups smoothly mashed very ripe banana, about 3 bananas 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 1/3 cups gluten-free flour

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BANANA BREAD SQUARES

with xanthan gum or 1 1/3 cups gluten-free flour mixed with 1 teaspoons xanthan gum 2 teaspoons dried egg whites 1 teaspoon each: cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda teaspoon salt teaspoon ground allspice Heat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9-by-9-inch baking pan with nonstick cooking spray . Line bottom with parchment paper; spray parchment with cooking spray . Beat butter and sugar together in a medium bowl until fluffy . Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition.

Turning classic French ratatouille into a salad


divided Salt and ground black pepper 1 large red onion, cut into Real ratatouille, the clas- 1/2-inch-thick slices sic Nicoise dish, is neither 2 medium zucchini, halved lengthwise grilled, nor a salad. It is 1 pint cherry or grape tomaa stewed vegetable dish toes consisting of eggplant, 1 tablespoon balsamic glaze tomato, pepper, zucchini, 1 tablespoon herbes de onion and herbs. Provence Thing is, all of those Pinch red pepper flakes ingredients would make 1 red bell pepper a delicious salad, particu4 ounces goat cheese, larly if they were grilled. Of course the dish needed crumbled Heat the grill to medito be deconstructed and reum-high. constructed a bit, but the Using a paring knife, flavors and ingredients remain the same. In fact, the slice shallow slits into the cut sides of the smokiness and char that eggplant halves. Drizzle the grill adds makes for a the eggplants with olive nice contrast to the sweet oil, then rub half of the vegetables. garlic and a sprinkle of GRILLED RATATOUILLE salt and black pepper into the flesh. Brush the onion SALAD slices and the zucchini Start to finish: 45 minhalves with a little more utes olive oil and sprinkle Servings: 8 them with salt and pep2 small eggplants, halved per. lengthwise Fold a large sheet of Olive oil heavy duty foil into thirds 2 cloves garlic, minced,
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the long way. Open the foil. Place the tomatoes in the middle third of the foil, then drizzle them with the balsamic glaze and 1 tablespoon olive oil. Sprinkle with the herbes de Provence, the remaining garlic, and the red pepper flakes. Stir gently to combine. Fold the foil closed, crimping the ends to make a packet. Grill the eggplant, onion slices, zucchini halves, tomato packet, and red bell pepper (left whole) for 7 to 10 minutes, or until the vegetables are charred and tender, and the tomatoes are juicy. Place the red pepper in a brown paper bag and crimp the top closed. Set aside. Dice the eggplant, onion and zucchini and place in a large bowl. When the pepper cools slightly, rub the charred skin away, using the paper bag to assist. Cut the pepper into strips, discarding

All the ingredients in ratatouille make for a great salad.


the core, and add to the other vegetables. Pour the tomatoes and their juices over the other vegetables and sprinkle with the goat cheese. Serve warm or at room temperature. Nutrition information per serving: 160 calories; 90 calories from fat (56 percent of total calories); 10 g fat (3 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 5 mg cholesterol; 15 g carbohydrate;

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SATURDAY AUGUST 31, 2013 10 p.m. on PBS Austin City Limits In an evening of contemporary folk-rock from 2011, the British band Mumford & Sons performs selections from its 2009 album Sigh No More as well as more recent tunes, and the Los Angeles-based, Irish-flavored group Flogging Molly serves up a set of its greatest hits.

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This column represents on air summaries for the week of Aug. 26-30, 2013. All My Children (online only) scars remained. Jesses future with his family was in jeoparplans for him. Shaken by AJ and Heathers relationship, Miranda opted to move out of Chandler Mansion. Dixie walked to Cara. Lea asked Zach what he wanted from life, and he kissed her. The Bold and the Beautiful Caroline told Rick a big secret. Eric came to a decision over the leadership of Forrester Creations. Maya came to regret a mistake. Hope and Liam reveled in their happiness. Brooke and Bill made a startling announcement to their family. Caroline gloated about Rick to Maya. Katie gave Wyatt an earful regarding Bill. A young couple experienced heartbreak. Bill and Wyatt got physical. Brooke tried to mend fences with Katie, but things didnt go well. Rick had second thoughts when Eric approved of his situation. Days of our Lives JJ let Jennifer have it after catching her kissing Daniel, who didnt like the way she handled her son. Justin warned Sami about accepting the special prosecutors deal. Will and Gabi fought over her spending time with Nick. Daniel question Kristen over her secret. Nicole and Eric bonded over a tragedy. Eric puzzled over the meaning of a disturbing dream. JJ presented Jennifer with a difficult choice. EJ feared he ruined Samis case. Brady again proposed to Kristen, and she accepted. Daniel finally decided to end things with Jennifer. Theresa and JJ bonded over family woes. Chad swooped in when Cameron made a clean break from Abigail. EJ warned Sami about her decision. A surprising discovery ruined Gabi and Sonnys truce. General Hospital Derek started to remember. AJ returned home to find Michael. Spinelli lied to Dante and Lulu about the nature of his dispute with Ellie. Sonny found Connie mortally wounded, and in her final moments they revealed their true feelings for each other. Ellie found Franco on the roof looking as if he was going to jump. Dante sought AJ for Connies murder and found Sonny holding a gun on him. Olivia regretted her last conversation with Connie. Dante and Anna interrogated AJ, who couldnt remember if he was the killer. Nikolas bailed Britt out of jail. Laura went with Luke to help him find a cure. Maxies nightmares persisted. T.J. asked Molly if she wanted to get back together. Diane told AJ not to confess. Maxie and Spinelli argued as Dante and Lulu arrived at the hospital. The Young and the Restless As news of Katherines death spread, Nikki received an important letter from her. Billy told Jack and Abby that he and Victoria were reconciling. Jack vowed not to waste any time with Summer, while Victor told Victoria he would make sure Jack was never a father to Summer. Victoria told Victor about her and Billy. Tyler told Devon he would come back to Jabot if they hired Noah as his photographer. Chelsea and Dylan brought Connor home from the hospital. Dylan noticed that Connor didnt look like him. Adam asked Chelsea to be a character witness for him. Billy told Victoria he wanted to try for a baby with her. Neil worked to find Roses daughter. Lily told Devon that Hilary was after something. Nick and Sharon made clear to Faith that they were never getting back together. Esther gave Jill a sealed envelope from Katherine. Adam and Victor disagreed over the fate of Chancellor Industries. Victoria walked in as Chloe jokingly kissed Billys injured thumb. Carmine plotted his next move on Lauren and Michael. Adam considered leaving Genoa City.

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NEW - FALMOUTH VACANT $10,500 Great spot for building! Half wooded & half cleared! Mixed woods & fenced in area, great for animals! Close to ORV trails! (21110206) ALEXANDRA CARPENTER NEW - IRONS VACANT $29,900 Centrally located 2+ acre parcel that is walking distance to Irons with electric, well and septic on site. In addition, the driveway is in and a nice level building/RV site too! (21110192) BRUCE BEGER NEW - CADILLAC COMMERCIAL $39,900 5 wooded acres commercial property located within City of Cadillac. Corner parcel located on county maintained paved road. Splits available w/lots of room for building or development. Must see to appreciate! (21110176) JEFF & AMY WAGNER

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LAKE CITY $598,000 97.67 wooded acres w/5 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 5440 sq. ft. home. Features 2 car heated garage & fully nished walkout basement. Property includes additional garage & 2 pole barns w/well and septic. Comes furnished. (21110698) HEATHER ROOT

LAKE CITY $347,900 This home is secluded - a nature lovers paradise. 54 acres including landscaped yard, fountain, pond, garden area, food plots for game and woods, borders state land. www.UpNorthMichiganHome.com (21105264) JERRY FALOON

LAKE CITY $259,900 120 ft. of sandy beach! Attractive 5 bedroom, 2 bath home, 2 car detached garage, replace, decks & more @ this great price! (21107534) MARY JO OHAGAN

CADILLAC $127,500 140 Stoneledge Lake frontage. Enjoy privacy tucked at the end of the road. Approximately 2200 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. 3 replaces, enclosed porch, walkout basement. 2 car garage. Rock sea wall. (21108043) CAROL MOGAN

LAKE CITY $49,900 Great commercial opportunity in beautiful downtown Jennings! Presently used as a church. Sits atop a full walkout basement, is on three lots. Deed restrictions will apply. (21110174) KATHY DAVIS

CADILLAC $239,000 3-4 bedroom executive style home located in Cadillac West. Great open oor plan, spacious sunroom, master suite, A/C, ceramic ooring & 3 car garage. Full basement that is mostly nished. (21108376) PETE NEMISH

REED CITY $112,500 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Reed City. Large corner lot. Over 2000 sq. ft. of living space. Bright semi-open oor plan. Newer ooring, paint, appliances, pantry, etc. Walkout basement w/family room & more. (21108172) DANIELLA BELL

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LAKE CITY $264,900 Property features two lots, home sits on one lot, second lot gives you room to expand, build a garage or sell as a buildable lot. Hardwood oors, galley kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 + 2 - 1/2 baths. Finished basement. (21109274) CAROL YOUNG

./24(3(/2%$2)6%7 CADILLAC $132,000 Spacious 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, North Shore Condo offers vaulted ceilings, central A/C, and attached 2 car garage. Enjoy condo living with 660 ft. of Lake Cadillac frontage! (21110672) SARA HOFFMAN

PRUDENVILLE $149,900 265 lake frontage w/boat access to Lake James. Pond w/ artesian well, sprinkler system, central heating & air, cable TV, stone replace, open loft. Mixed hardwoods & snowmobile trails nearby. (21110482) CAROL YOUNG

BRETHREN $209,900 Nice home on 40 acres, site built in 1994. 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, 2 car garage, old farm barn, 40x60 workshop - insulated w/heat & central air. A half mile from Bear Creek. (21110457) JIM FULLER

LAKE CITY $74,900 Nicely updated 3 bedroom, 1 bath home in Lake City. Near Lake Missaukee. Kitchen: ceramic countertops, tile oors. Bath: jetted tub, tile oors. Large 2 car garage & spacious back patio w/ re pit. Make offer! (21110515) KATHY DAVIS

MARION $57,500 Very cute 4 bedroom, 1 bath home with full basement, 1.5 car garage. Sits on large lot. Home has been recently remodeled and is in move-in condition. (21110494) HEATHER ROOT

CADILLAC $159,900 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo on Lake Cadillac. Split oor plan, large family room, vaulted ceilings, breakfast nook, new carpet, paint & more. Lots of windows overlooking the lake. Attached nished garage. (21110506) DANIELLA BELL

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MARION $450,000 Newer 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3900 sq. ft. home on 92 acres, with approximately 70 that are wooded. Features: covered wrap around deck on 3 sides, hardwood oors, main oor laundry, fully nished walkout basement, attached heated 2 car garage, 40x60 pole barn w/12 ft. lean to and fenced in pasture w/underground heated watering system. Home is 1 mile to town and fronts on paved road. (21110464) HEATHER ROOT

LUTHER $42,000 Great condition! 3 bedroom, 2 bath furnished custom manufactured home with detached heated 2 car garage + shed. 1.5 acres in beautiful wooded area. Across from state park, land & trails! Private drive off Kings Hwy. (21110503) ALEX CARPENTER

CADILLAC $119,900 Cozy 3 bedroom, 1 bath, well cared for ranch. 20 acres adjoins federal land! Nice large garage could house 4 cars or 2 plus all your toys! Full walkout basement is part nished. NEWER roof, siding & windows! (21110518) TOM TAYLOR

WELLSTON $62,900 Roomy cabin in the heart of the Manistee National Forest only minutes away from Tippy Dam & public lands. This chalet has an open oor plan & plenty of storage for all of your gear, sleds, etc. (21110369) BRUCE BEGER

MANTON $69,900 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch on a full unnished basement. Attached 2 car garage, large back deck, storage shed. Just outside of town! No city utilities! (21110519) JAIMIE FELLOWS-GARNO

MESICK $79,900 Cute 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Victorian home with hardwood oors, updated kitchen, separate dining room, 3 season porch, large fenced in yard and 3 car garage. This is a Homepath property. (21110536) HEATHER ROOT

MANTON $89,900 Newer 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with full walkout basement, wrap around covered deck and replace. Home sits on 4 acres with secluded setting. (21110569) HEATHER ROOT

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Kubota BX 1500 4 wheel drive diesel tractor, 103 hours, 50 Kubota snowblower, factory Curtis metal cab, power steering, hydrostatic drive, 3 pt hitch, 540 PTO, $7,950 or best offer. Call (231)885-1014. One 8x16 hay wagon, $400 firm. Call (231)862-3452.

Hide-a-bed loveseat from Oak Heirlooms, good condition, light Assorment of wood working floral pattern, in city of Cadillac, tools, including heavy duty shaper $60. Call (231)429-7631. and router, portable table saw, portable planer, radial arm saw, 6 jointer. Call for pricing (231)8246806.

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Now accepting bridge cards! Double up food bucks!

Call (231) 824-6655

Handmade antique desk, $50 or best offer. Call (231)592-0399. Glasstop coffee table with gold legs, $15. Call (231)592-0399. 23 Piece new play tea set, in box, $10 or best offer. Call (231)5920399. Husky snow blower, 28" width, self propelled, 8.0 HP, electric pull start, $300. Call (231)779-8138.

Harriettas Blueberry Hill, you pick, $1.20/lb. Open Thursday, Mixed hardwood firewood, 8 ft Friday & Saturday. (231)389- lengths $85 per cord. Cut, split, deliv. - $55 per cord. Accepting 2317. DHS and energy drafts. Buying standing timber. Call (231)878Household Goods 0582.

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Safe, clean, efficient & comfortable OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler.

Paying TOP PRICES! Looking for trees to cut, hardwood, soft wood & Red Pine, 5 acre minimum. Call Jim (231)463-0363.

White Pine Outdoor Boilers 231-282-3194


Amish Log Headboard Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set Heavy Duty frame All New, Compare At $699, Sacrifice $295. Call (231)876-0565. Best Price On Mattress Sets Twin $99, Full $119, Queen $159. All New In Plastic. (231)876-0593 King Size Pillow Top Mattress set, new with frame, and still in plastic. List price $999 will sacrifice $375. Call (231)824-9419. Queen Size Pillow Top Mattress set, new, still in plastic with frame. List price $699 will sacrifice $235. (231)824-9419.

Seasoned hardwood $45/face $300 cord, cut, split and delivered within reason. Call (989)944-5081 or Impex Power House Fitness Center as seen on TV, like new, must (989)418-0204. see, $250 or best offer. Call (231)912-0323, ask for Lee.

Merchandise Under

9'x12' Area rug, contemporary style, blue brown and tan, was professionally cleaned, $60. Call (231)920-1663.

10 Waterquest kayak & paddle, $195 firm. SOLD! 10 Perception Sport kayak & paddle, $195 firm. SOLD!!

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Table with 2 leaves and 2 chairs, 8-15 Maple, Flowering Crab Ap- $40. Call (231)878-9267. ple, Weeping Willow etc., off to a good start, we do transplanting. Federal .22 long rifl-e ammo, 40 Call for pricing (931)-623-2071 or grain, solid point, match grade, box of 325 rounds, $55. Call (231)743-9516, Caleb Kuepfer. (520)270-1521, Lake City. John Deere 425, power steering, Brown and orange plaid love seat 3pt., PTO, loader, 60, $4,250. with wood arms, $50. (269)496Voelker John Deere, Lake City, 7889. (231)839-8660. 2 recliners light brown tweed, John Deere LX178, hydro, 44 $100 for both or will sell separatemulch, 42 blower, very nice, ly. Call (269)496-7889. $1,750. Voelker John Deere, Sofa sleeper, orange plaid, good Lake City, (231)839-8660. condition, $75. Call (269)496-

Bunk Bed twin frame with side rails, sturdy and vibrant red, $75 or best offer, in Lake City. Call (231)295-1069.

Like new Titanium wet suit by Harvey's, mens XL, included, hood, gloves, and dive bag, great deal, only has about 6 dives. Call (734)395-0199, Lake City.

Twin size metal loft bed with student desk, mattress included, excellent condition, $200. Call or text (231)920-6998 if interested.

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John Deere X 300, 70 hrs, 7889. $2,500. Voelker John Deere, Kitchen gas cooking stove, $50. Ionic Pro air purifier, like new, Lake City, (231)839-8660. Call (269)496-7889. $30. Call (231)884-0633. Simplicity hydro, 17hp, 44 , $850. Voelker John Deere, Lake City, (231)839-8660. Toro, 72, diesel, 2,000 hours, power steering, hyd., $4,000. Voelker John Deere, Lake City, (231)839-8660.

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Furniture Sales and Floor Covering Sales


If you are looking for a new challenge and an opportunity to be part of one of Northern Michigans largest home furnishings retailers, we have two full-time openings for energetic and enthusiastic team members to ll a furniture sales position and a oor covering sales position. Health care benets are available after 90 days. Applicants must enjoy working with the public, should have an eye for color, room dcor and design experience - minimum of two years sales experience preferred. Please drop off your resume in person at our Cadillac location, 7591 South US-131, and ll out an application today!

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Collector buying military items Civil War thru Vietnam only, all countries, uniforms, helmets, swords, rifles, pistols & medals, Call (231)775-2756, Cadillac.

Maintenance Trainees - 2nd & 3rd Shift


Do you like to x xer-uppers, mend machinery, or tinker with technology? If so, being a Maintenance Trainee at Cadillac Casting might be for you! We are seeking hardworking and reliable individuals who enjoy doing any of the following. Working on cars, trucks, race cars, mud trucks, etc. Welding Repairing snowmobiles, motorcycles or ATVs Playing with Electronics Working on Farm Equipment Figuring out how things work or how they are made. Lets get your career started! Entry level positions with advancement opportunities are now available. Cadillac Casting is a leading manufacturer for the automotive industry. Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent education. Must be able to work irregular hours to include weekends and holidays Qualied applicants should apply at: Northwestern Michigan Works ofce at 401 Lake Street, Cadillac, Michigan or email resume to: pmaceachern@cadillaccasting.com Equal Opportunity/Drug Free Employer

7421 E. Boon Rd., Cadillac


(1 1/4 Mile West of Old 131)

231-876-0565

WANTED: Canning jars, all sizes. Dark Pine furniture: dining room Call Heather at North Country set, tables 36 x 72 plus 2 leafs, 4 Discount, (231)743-2938, except chairs, China cabinet and server Thursday and Sunday. hutch, $850.Queen size large 4poster bed $400. Stand-up mirror WANTED: Tires 245/70R16. Call with drawer, $150. Call (231)832- (231)779-0590, leave message. 9615.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY LAKE CITY RESEARCH CENTER

HERDER
Michigan State University Lake City Research Center seeks an individual to take a leadership role in managing the Center's Red Angus herd and 520 acres of pasture; the Center is located in northwest MI and is striving to be a leader in grazing research and outreach, including the development of a complementary genetic base to facilitate the research; other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, artificial insemination, herd-health management, pasture monitoring, recordkeeping and operation of equipment for basic farm activity. For a complete job description and list of requirements contact: www.jobs.msu.edu and reference posting #8306 Human Resources Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824 (517) 353-3720 The deadline for applications is September 23, 2013

Clubhouse Program Coordinator Cadillac, MI


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Coordinate activities of the work-ordered day, evening and weekend activities. Play a critical role in Transitional Employment and competitive employment development for members. Work side-by-side with clubhouse members promoting social, emotional, vocational and educational growth through shared responsibilities of clubhouse functions. Be familiar with the clubhouse model of the psychosocial rehabilitation for adults. Consult with case managers, staff and members to facilitate communication and understanding of members goals and clubhouse program standards. Shall strongly believe in Recovery and have a profound commitment to the principles and philosophy of the clubhouse model. Will promote delity with the International Center for Clubhouse Development Self-Study and Certication Protocols. Clubhouse Staff have generalist roles. All staff share employment, housing, evening, weekend, holiday and unit responsibilities. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum education of a Bachelors Degree in Social Work from an accredited university preferred. One (1) year of experience in developmental disabilities or mental illness areas preferred. Must have licensure with the State of Michigan. LBSW preferred. LLBSW considered. Must maintain licensure. Valid Michigan drivers license. Positive, energetic, dynamic and engaging personality. Flexibility, as demonstrated by interchangeability with other staff on the unit, staying late or arriving early, if necessary, to fulll unit or member needs. Excellent organizational skills Send resume to HR@nlcmh.org. Visit www.northernlakescmh.org for further information and other employment opportunities.

MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.
MSU is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

Outside Advertising Sales


The Cadillac News is accepting applications for a career-oriented individual to ll an opening in our advertising department. The qualied candidate will have a strong desire to help businesses grow through effective marketing campaigns. Applicants should possess strong organizational, written and verbal skills and be able to meet daily deadlines. Prospects must be able to operate in a fast-paced environment, work independently, learn quickly and display creativity in problem solving. This position requires self-starters who are able to work efciently without direct supervision and offers paid vacation, health & life insurance, 401k plan, and a family friendly environment. Please send cover letter and resume with references to: Pat Sorger Cadillac News P.O. Box 640, Cadillac, MI 49601 or email psorger@cadillacnews.com No phone calls please.

CNC & CAD PROGRAM COORDINATOR FULL TIME


Baker College of Cadillac (Charlevoix Location) is seeking a full-time CNC & CAD Program Coordinator. For job requirements and responsibilities, start date and work schedule, please refer to our web site at www.jobs.baker.edu Full benet package. Please submit cover letter and resume by September 9, 2013 to: Human Resource Department Baker College of Cadillac 9600 E. 13th St. Cadillac, MI 49601 Fax: (231) 876-3443 E-mail: hr-ca@baker.edu AA/EOE

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Merchandise Under $300


Vintage solid Maple & hardwood bedroom set: dresser w/mirror, chest of drawers & night stand, good condition, $300 will sell separately if needed. Call (231)7751893.

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Merchandise Under $300

Merchandise Under $500


Used Yamaha Trombone in very good condition, cleaned by Marshall this summer and ready to use, $450. Call (231)825-2578.

Two Colonial blue color Fireside Chairs that are in excellent condition, $300, for the pair, Stone Ledge Lake. Call (231)884-1015.

Extension pole for electric chain saw, $15 or best offer. Call (231)825-0059. Rubber, $25. Call (231)884-7766. Bird cage, round with large hanging hook, divided tray for easy cleaning, swing in middle with two side dishes, yellow and white, $15 or best offer. Call (231)295-1069.

Craftsman router with stand and 2- Antique pie safes (hutch), $250 router bits, $150. Call (231)667- for both, will sell seperately, need 7726. money for a divorce, reasonable offers accepted. SOLD! Porter cable 135 psi-6hp, 25 gallon air compressor, $275. Call WII game console, 2 remotes, Big (231)667-7726. Game gun and other games, Tan floral couch has claw wood- $100, need money for a divorce, en legs, 4 matching feather down reasonable offer will be accepted. pillows that match the couch, ery SOLD! good condition, $100. Call Neoprene chest waders, size 9, (231)839-5826. used a handful of times, $30, need Light brown over stuffed chair, money for divorce, reasonable ofvery good condition, $20. Call fers accepted. SOLD! (231)839-5826. Pedastal boat seat, very good 8 X 25 shed, $300. Call condition, post & 2 plates, $40, (231)884-7766. need money for a divorce, reasonPop-up deer blind, $10. Call able offers will be accepted. SOLD! (231)884-7766.

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RECREATIONAL
Cycles, Scooters, ATVs 602
1988 Honda CR 250, $900. Call (231)631-7501.

Full size truck topper, $150. Call (231)884-7766. Mini refrigerator, (231)884-7766. $25. Call

Fiberglass topper with sliding Patio set, $20. Call (231884windows for 1998 chevy short box, 7766. $200. Call (231)360-8465. TV stand, $15. Call (231)884Mini basketball hoop, in great 7766. condition, never used, selling for Oster Shearmaster single speed $40. Call (231)779-8613. animal clippers, never used, $150. 2 Exercise machines one Body Call (231)920-1018. By Jake total body fitness, very John Deere hood, gas tank and good condition, $50. Call nose cone, B tractor, $150. Call (231)839-4908. (231)920-1018.

One glider fitness machine, very Mountaineer Archery cross bow good condition, $50. Call and arrows, $185. Call (231)577- 7035. (231)839-4908. 8762. Band saw Delta Homecraft, reBeautiful Tiffany lamp, $40. Call Tree stand, $45. Call (231)577tired contractors, selling $60. Call (231)775-0770. 8762. (231)633-9247. 5 Stephen King books, $10. Sears 10 Lapidary outfit with Assembled work center, grinder Call/text (231)429-3424. stand (stone polisher), $125. Call and wire brush, 3 belt sander , 12 disk sander, retired contracPorta Potty, great condition, $20. (231)920-1018. Call/text (231)429-3424. Large wooden toy chest, ca also tors, selling $60. Call (231)633be used as a bench, very good 9247. Digital keyboard with stand and condition, $15. Call (231)885Sound and light laser level, on tripiano book, very new, $65. Call 1353, Mesick after 4:30pmpod, like new in case, retired con(231)468-2203. 7:30pm. tractor's, selling $50. Call Power lift chair, approximately 6 (231)633-9247. months old, just slightly used, maLarge table (heavy duty) supportroon in color, $300. Call (231)775ed by a metal frame on 3 sides, Vintage circular hand saw, 7730. shelf pulls out for keyboard or Craftsman, forged aluminum, in original case with 6 blades, works Signed Gordie Howe Red Wings whatever, could be used for a great, retired contractors, selling sewing table or etc., $15. Call hockey puck, #9, with plastic case, Mesick after $40. Call (231)633-9247. asking $75 or best offer. Call/text (231)885-1353, 4:30pm-7:30pm. (231)429-4120. Vintage wooden plane and level set, retired contractors, selling Binoculars, $15. Call (231)775$40. Call (231)633-9247. Exercise bike, needs batteries for 0770. gauges, Lifestyler 400, very quiet Shop-Vac, $15. Call (231)775- and large seat to make it comfort- Merchandise Under 0770. able, $10. Call (231)885-1353, $500 Mesick after 4:30pm tp 7:30pm. 30-06 Remingtion mdl 742 Luggage with wheels, $25. Call 12 Gauge automatic shotgun Woodmaster with leupold variable (231)775-0770. Charles Daly, 4 boxes of ammo, 3-7 scope, $495. Call (231)775Ryobi 10 band saw, $275. Call $225, divorcing need money, rea- 5374. (231)667-7726. sonable offer will be taken. SOLD!

#1 HARRIETTA W/MEGA FED! 2013 CanAm Spyder RS-S. Man- modest yr-rnd 3 br 1 ba home plus ual push button shifting, cruise 2 car gar+maxi barn+2 br cabin/1 control, FOX shocks, LCD color acre/creeks-trails-hunt-ski! 45K display, Sport package, 1,600 CALL 231-775-1368 TODAY! miles. Call for price, serious ADVANCE REALTY people only please. Call www.advancerealty.com Vintage doll, 1950s, Suzy Smart, (231)878-6793. a;; original and complete, soft plastic, comes with her school desk, chalk board, eraser, wipe off Boats & Marines #1 LIVE LARGE/TINY COST! crayons and her, Suzy Smart, 603 Pretty 3 br 2.5 ba large ranch lg pamphlet, because of her age her kit lg liv rm lg fam rm lg master voice box no longer works, nice 2003, 22 ft. pontoon, Crest Family lg fenced yard lg deck more: 145K Fish, 70 hp Johnson 4 stroke, less clean, cute doll from the 50s, than 500 hrs., 4 swivel seats, 2 PHONE 231-775-1368 TODAY! $60. Call (231)775-2342. ADVANCE REALTY couches, 1 lounger with storage, www.advancerealty.com live well, Hummingbird Fish finder, 1" x 30" Central Machinery professional knife sharpener/belt stereo, pop up changing room/porsander with extra belts, $100. Call ta potty, includes 24' float on trailer, excellent condition, $13,300 or (989)382-7035. #1 PRICE! ONLY 55K! best offer. Call (231)779-0183. 2 Br 1-1/2 Ba modest ranch 1/2 A Salmon fishing gear, rod, reel north end city! Blt 1990 +30x24 and planer board, all for $30. Call att garage/4 Winns + CMI close! (231)734-3447 or (231)912-1696. Pontoon boat, 25 ft., 60 HP MerPHONE 231-775-1368 NOW! cury, very good condition, 1978, ADVANCE REALTY Echo brand chain saw with extra $1,400. Call (231)775-4085. www.advancerealty.com new chain, $40. Call (989)382-

11 acres, 12 miles from Cadillac, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 decks, 5 out buildings, cabin, back up generator, $139,900. Call (231)885-1718. 11108 W 34 1/2 Rd. Harrietta,

RVs, Tents, Trailers 605

2080 S. 37 Rd., Cadillac $199,900 SECLUDED RANCH HOME. You will love the setting of this secluded newer site built ranch home. Close to shopping in Cadillacs north end. Vaulted ceiling in living room and dining room. Great room style living room, Sporting Goods dining room and kitchen. Master 609 suite includes shower and jetted tub. Main floor laundry. Family Gun Show: White Cloud Leight- room and 4th bedroom in finished on Hall, Sunday, September 8th, walkout basement. Outdoor wood 9AM-3PM. Call Dave at: boiler, pole building. Call Jim Mei(231)652-5757 for more info. er, Premier Realty (231)8841386. 1969 Holiday Rambler Camper, sleeps 4, electric fridge, gas stove, pull out couch, 2 beds, 1 bath, kitchen, good condition, no leaks, asking $2,000 or best offer. Call (213)779-0183.

5BR, 7 BA 5,600 sq.ft. executive home or possible bed and breakfast on 40 acres with trout stream, trout pond and larger pond very close to Caberfae Ski Resort, Manistee River, Pine River and tons of snow mobile trails. Motivated seller, was $658,000, now $598,000. Large pole barn for your toys! Call Ray Strzalkowski @ Partners Real Estate Professionals (810)599-3713.

For sale by owner, 3bdrm, 2ba, master bedroom, large closets, 1465 sqft., heavily treed 10 acres, attached 2 car garage, plus 24X26 detached garage for shop, adjoins 1000s of acre national forest off back line, room for a horse or 2, $136,000. will consider offers. Call (231)942-1555.

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11423 220th, Ashton $219,000 20 acres of privacy and beautiful landscaped grounds are the setting for this 4 bedroom, 4 bath home. A pond and creek to attract wildlife. Fireplace with pellet stove insert in the formal living room. Family room in the finished walkout basement. Large greenhouse, pole building located close to Cadillac. Call Jim Meier, Premier Realty (231)884-1386.

Homes For Sale 701

Homes For Sale 701


HOME, GUEST HOME, POLE BARN +20 ACRES. Mesick $99,900. 3 bedroom ranch, 1 bath, family room, eat in kitchen, 1 bed guest house with garage, large pole barn for extra storage, 20 acres, part open, part wooded,n ear water, State land, skiing, trails. MLS LISTING # 21109761. Call Mary Anne Colmus (231)3575218. ERA Greater North Properties 3080 W. 13th St., Cadillac.

Homes For Sale 701


LAKE MITCHELL! $206,000 Solid straight ranch with 100' of frontage on Lake Mitchell. East Lake Mitchell Drive location with the well-known sugar-sand lake bottom and gorgeous sunsets. The home has a newer roof, windows, furnace, hot water heater, and gas fireplace. There are hardwood floors throughout, but are covered up in most of the rooms with carpet. Great structure! Great location! Tons of potential! Call Michael Fagerman at Cadillac Realty By Fagerman (231)9208970.

Homes For Sale 701

Homes For Sale 701

21109314 $63,900 NICELY REMODELED & UPDATED. Move-in ready 2 bedroom home that is conveniently located close to schools and shopping. This is one of the nicest homes in the neighborhood. Nicely remodeled and updated. New 95% furnace (2013) and newer electric service box. Large kitchen, dining room, main floor laundry, with large wood deck and storage shed. Call Jim Meier, Premier Realty (231)8842 bed cabin south of Cadillac with 1386.

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knotty Pine paneling, new vinyl siding just installed, 40 acres, hard woods, pine trees and open pasture. Huge pole barn with horse stall and horse lean. Best water youve ever tasted! Deer, turkey, bear, wildlife galore. $119,000 or best offer. Call (734)890-6656. Caberfae Peaks Chalet www.sharphome.com #131820 $124,900. Hike, golf, ski or snowmobile. 2 bd. 1 1/2 bath., 1 car ga21104954 $239,900 HARMONY rage & shed. Furnished with lots HILLS SUBDIVISION Beautiful of storage and move in ready. custom built cedar log home in Game room with Bumper pool taprestigious Harmony Hills Subdivi- ble. two connected lots included. sion. Enjoy spectacular views of Table saw, mower, grill, ect. inthe countyside from this 4 bed- cluded. Moving to San Diego room, 2 1/2 bath home. Large soon. Call (231)862-3883. wrap around deck, fieldstone fireplace, A/C, 2 car attached, 3,000 sq. ft., finished basement, master COMMERCIAL 17 ACRES ON Msuite. Call Jim Meier, Premier 115. Tustin, $89,000. 4 pole barns, well insulated, cement Realty (231)884-1386. floors, overhead heaters in 3, 4th 21106471 $149,900 NORTH is ready for one, electric and water SHORE CONDO Rest, relax and to all pole barns, 3 storage sheds, enjoy the water! Condo living-no paved parking, fenced and gated yard work. Situated on 9 acres, areas, 17 wooded acres. Business North Shore Condos feature 660 possibilities are endless, Call Toft. of Lake Cadillac waterfront, pri- day! MLS LISTING # 21110456. Mary Anne vate swimming area and boat Call ERA docks. 2 BD, 2 BA, 1-1/2 story Colmus (231)357-5218. condo with A/C, 2 car attached ga- Greater North Properties 3080 rage. Call Jim Meier, Premier W. 13th St., Cadillac. Realty (231)884-1386. 21108806 $109,900 LAKE MISSAUKEE. 4 bedroom house sits just short distance from sandy bottom of Lake Missaukee. Road end access to enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, and other water and winter activities. $3,000 carpet allowance, 1-1/2 bathrooms, full basement, garage, large deck off dining room through slider, 1 owner house, oversized backyard. Call Jim Meier, Premier Realty (231)884-1386. For sale by owner: Beautiful home on 10 acres in Marion, 4 bedroom, 2 full bath farm house, horse barn, 50x96 insulated building, 40x80 hay barn, $95,000 or best offer. Call (231)768-4609. Home For Sale By Owner, 15160 Harlan Road, Copemish. 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 3 acres, 2 car detached garage & 30x40 pole barn w/ electric. Many updates inside and out. Asking $154,900. Please contact (231)342-2797 or (231)499-9009 for more info. Or visit enter forsalebyowner.comand Copemish in the search criteria or email stogner01@gmail.com

403 Thistlewood Dr, Cadillac. 1991 Parkwood, 2 bed, 2 bath, 28x60, carport, porches, spacious oak kitchen cabinets, morning room with bay window, finished drywall in the living room and dining room, a/c, shed, new roof. $35,900. Call Pheasant Ridge Estate, Cadillac Today. (231)775-7210.

LAKE CADILLAC! $214,899 Two-story home with a finished walk-out basement, 2.655 square feet, fireplace, attached two-car garage, landscaped grounds, great lakeviews, and 60' of lakefront on the southern shores of Lake Cadillac. Well maintained with a new roof, exterior paint, carpet, appliances, all interior paint, kitchen counter tops and sink, windows, furnace, AC, and vinyl floor coverings. This is like a brand new home! Call Michael Fagerman at Cadillac Realty By Fagerman (231)920-8970.

LAKE MITCHELL! $208,000 - Affordable Lake Mitchell home on a 99' lot! This is a 1973 modular that is in very good condition with a newer roof, paint, and carpet. This is an ideal up-north cottage or year-round residence. It has an attached two-car garage, great floor plan, and main-floor laundry. Prime location and frontage that is adjacent to Camp Torenta with great views of Big Cove, a sandy lake bottom, and a quiet setting. This is an exceptional lot for building or just come and enjoy it as is. Call Michael Fagerman at Cadillac Realty By Fagerman (231)920-8970. LAKE MITCHELL! - $584,000 Massive ranch with 203' of beautiful frontage. This home is very well maintained with newer windows, doors, roof, chimneys, furnace, well, interior and exterior paint, granite counter tops, siding, and sprinkler system. All of the rooms except 2 are wheel chair accessible. This one-of-a-kind lakefront setting offers gorgeous views, mature trees, privacy, seawall, dock, and a pristine sandy lake bottom. Also, there's a covered porch running the entire length of the home on the lakeside. A must see! Call Michael Fagerman at Cadillac Realty By Fagerman (231)920-8970.

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LAKE FRONT HOME, MODERNIZED RUSTIC LODGE, 1,979 sq ft, 209 ft lake front, 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, hardwood flooring and carpeting, ceramic tile baths, vaulted ceiling and fireplace in living room, heat pump with A/C, fully insulated, new roof, enclosed porch lakeside with large sliding windows, attached 2 car garage, boat house, boat, dock, covered boat hoist, sandy lake bottom, no drop offs, $375,000 furnished, 720 SW Oak Dr, on Crooked Lake, Lake City, MI 49651. Call (989)948-3023 Immediate OccuLAKE MITCHELL! 214,200 pancy. Small seasonal log cabin with 117' of frontage with rare panoramic LAKE MITCHELL! $129,900 - views to the East and West! Take Building lot or fixer-upper cottage. one look at this lot and you will Both are options! Just under 70' of agree that it's absolutely frontage and just over 150' of beautiful and unique. Located on a depth, this is a great location and quiet road, this location is as good lot with a seawall, sandy lake bot- as it gets. The cottage has a newtom, and terrific sunset views. er roof, all the appliances, and a Very affordable with tons of poten- dock!. The interior is knotty pine tial. Call the listing agent for set- with a split-stone fireplace and backs and building restrictions. could be cute, cozy, and enjoyed Call Michael Fagerman at Cadil- as is with a little TLC. Call Milac Realty By Fagerman chael Fagerman at Cadillac Realty By Fagerman (231)920(231)920-8970. 8970.

For sale by owner, $89,500, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, furnished, some new stuff, everything you need in a home, lawn mower, snowblower & more. Call (231)775-3050.

$49,900- Muskegon Bend Subdivision! Muskegon River Bend Fisherman's Dream! Ice fishing on the bayou! Recently remodeled 3 beautiful lots w/14X65 mobile home (refrigerator & stove) 1 bath, 2 bedrooms, large shed w/power, flowing well, gazebo w/water & power, near state land, on a private road, Evart address only 30 min. from beautiful Cadillac. Call (231)829-3209 or (231)920-3264.

McBain Schools, 4 acres, 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 2646 sq. ft. + 1000' finished daylight basement. Open floor plan w/ vaulted ceilings & skylights. New kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances, 5x8 island! 1st floor Master Suite w/ walk-in closet, 1st floor laundry too! Zone LP heating, pellet stove & passive solar heat. For details & pictures go to www.owners.com type zip 49665 or call (231)825-2375 Reduced Price $254,000 McBain Schools. 4 bed, 1 1/2 bath, 2,000 sq. ft., 26x64 garage, spring fed pond, 5 acres, beautiful country setting, $179,000. 6400 S. Call Rd., McBain. Call Bruce (231)825-2951 or Sandy (231)920-5902. Rent to own or buy outright. 2,000+ sq. ft., Lake City, 3-4 bdrm, 1 bath, 3 city lots with barn, close to school and lake. $650/month. Call (616) 4019681.

1987 14x70 mobile home, 2 bdrm, new well, piece of land, $25,000 cash. Call (231)577-8938.

Condominiums For Sale 712

For sale by owner, 2 condos, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, attached garage, Edgeview Condominiums. Call (231)775-4247.

Manufactured Homes 713


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Storage and warehouse space with loading dock. 207 E. River St. Call (231)429-2265.

Homes For Rent 802

This is a must see it to believe it property! This home has over 1200 sq. ft. of stick built construction with an attached Redman. A total of 2400 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and economical back up wood heat. Beautifully maintained home with new vinyl siding and gutters. 4.99 acres surrounded by Federal Forest. Landscaped with fruit trees, berry bushes and fencing! A wildlife haven, yet close to town! Home Warranty included! This is a MUST SEE!!! $141,900 CALL SCOTT 920-8333

Situated on a cul-de-sac this home offers privacy with neighbors nearby. Three bedroom, 2 baths, full basement and attached garage. Large wooded lot. Plenty of privacy. Close to shopping and school with a in the country feeling. $129,900 CALL KATHY 920-5038

This home is currently a 2 family home. The upstairs is a 1 bedroom efciency apartment with its own entrance. The lower level has a bedroom and full bath. The efciency apartment previously rented for $375 per mo. Great location just blocks from shopping and schools. $44,900 CALL KATHY 920-5038

Unbelievable sunsets to view on this 2500 acre all sports lake with a sea wall! 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths with an attached garage. Home remodeled in 2001. All new drywall, hardwood ooring and a hot steam shower just to mention a few amenities. Close to shopping and 1000s of acres of National Forest! For the best of both worlds dont miss this one. $329,000 CALL KATHY 920-5038

1 bedroom cabin, semi furnished or not, $375/mo. plus utilites & sec. dep., no smoking. 4 miles E of Cadillac. Call (231)876-9213.

2 bdrm, 1.5 bath, appliances included, near Lk. Cadillac, $675/mo. +utilites, first & last months rent as dep. Call (231)775-6240.

Im larger than I look! This 3 bedroom, 1 bath home is zoned either residential or commercial so you can work where you live! Very well cared for home on a large lot. Lots of room for your family and close to shopping, schools and recreation. This home is priced to sell!! $51,900 CALL KATHY 920-5038

Quality custom built home overlooking Long Lake! 600+ of lake frontage at your disposal. This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has many amenities. Some of them are 10 extra height oak cupboard, solid surface countertops, sky lights, ceiling fans, cathedral ceilings, and a Jacuzzi tub to name a few. There is a security system on property. This home is well insulated with 2x6 walls, including the front porch for future enclosure. Plenty of room to nish basement for extra bedrooms. The dock and a paddle boat are also included. $244,900 CALL KATHY 920-5038

3 bdrm. 1 bath, trash, washer/dryer included, $500/ mo. plus deposit. No smoking or pets. Call (231)884-1559 or (231)779-3177. 3 bedroom house in McBain, remodeled, 2 car garage with extra heated room, large yard, no pets, no smoking, $700 including water, sewer, and trash. Call (231)8252967.

Well kept and maintained! This 4 bedroom home has plenty to offer to everyone! Lots of storage! A 24x26 insulated, heated and nished garage complete with an overhead loft for additional storage. Five acres of good hunting and mushrooming land! Close to State land, 10 minutes to Lake City, lots of wildlife and snowmobile trails! This home also features a horseshoe driveway and a storage shed. Make your appointment today! $69,500 CALL KATHY 920-5038

This multi-level home has a lot to offer! 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, attached garage, deck with natural gas grill to name a few. Extra lot for additional storage building. 2x6 well insulated walls, low heating bills. Hardwood oors, cable internet, includes range, refrigerator, dishwasher & laundry hook ups. Relax on the deck and enjoy the convenient location! $129,900 CALL KATHY 920-5038

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3 bedroom, 2 bath newly remodeled home, detached 2 car garage, walkout basement and 2nd story deck, 6 miles north of Lake City, $850 per month, no pets no smoking. Call (231)878-1362.

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Apartments For Rent 808


2 & 3 bedroom townhouses with full basement! Rent is based on income. Call Cadillac Shores at (231)775-8509. TTY 1-800-649-3777 Equal Housing Opportunities. 2 bdrm apt., downtown Cadillac, garage, heated towel bar, free heat, water & garbage, no pets, no smoking, discount for yard work, $595/mo. Call (231)571-0845. 2 bedroom 1 & 1/2 bath apartment on Lake Mitchell, fully furnished, all utilities are included in rent, $800/ month. Call Dorothy at (231)876-9339. Are you in need of rental assistance? The Evart Housing Commission is accepting applications for our Section 8 Voucher Program. You can pick up an application at: 601 W. First Street, Evart, MI or print one at: www.evarthous ing.com. Call (231)734-3301 if you need additional information. Luxury 2 bdrm. apt., like new, great location, air, all appliances, gourmet kitchen, no pets, $570/mo. + util. Call (231)9209266. The Evart Housing Commission is accepting applications for 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Utilities are included in the 1 bedroom low rise. Quality, affordable housing conveniently located behind the Evart Elementary School. Also in close proximity to the Evart Middle and High School. There are several local day care providers for working families. Entire facility covered by video surveillance and local neighborhood watch. Rent is based on 30% of household income. You can pick up an application at 601 W. First Street, Evart, MI or print off an application at Call www.evarthousing.com. (231)734-3301 or contact us on the web or visit us on Facebook.

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August 31st Sat. 9am-4pm (No early birds!) 1951 E. 22 Rd. Corner 22/29 Roads Multi Family Sale. Jenn-Air stove w/ accessories, queen/full size bed, mattresses, ent. center, houseware, clothing, something for everyone! August 31st Saturday 9am-3pm 1601 Sunnyside Dr. Kids games, toys, books, chairs, lamps, tools, small motor, lawn equipment, table, water skis, dishes, bedding, wooden ironing board, pro volleyball net with wooden poles, coats, crafts. August 31st Saturday 9am-3pm 4054 E 32 Rd. Multi-family garage sale! Lots of stuff for everyone, adults, boys and girls clothes, antique fishing gear, lots of goodies. August 31st Saturday 9am-3pm 4728 Timber Ridge Dr. Timber Ridge Subdivision 36 1/2 Mile Rd., off of Crosby Rd., to 45 1/2 Mile Rd. 1 day only, 3 family sale. Furniture, houseware, beds, tons of brand name clothing Jr.-adult, lots of miscellaneous.

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Garage / Yard Sales

August 30th & 31st August 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st & Friday & Saturday 8am-3pm September 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th 410 Davenport Ln. Wed.-Wed. 9am-5pm 1 block East of M-115 off M-55 603 Huston St. Across from The Pines Estate and hoarder sale! 100s of items, new stuff added daily. Sale Childrens clothing NB-8 yrs., tools, home decor, dishes, CDs and will be canceled if there is rain. many more miscellaneous items. August 29th, 30th & 31st August 30th & 31st Thurs., Fri., & Sat. 9am-6pm Friday & Saturday 9am-5pm 1310 Walnut St. 3350 S. 37 Rd. Old tools, evtertainment center, 1/2 mile N. of Woodys Store large office desk, books, shoes, Carharts (medium-large), van Fishing poles, BBQ smoker, backseat, antique China cabinet, dishes, kitchen table and chairs, mens suits and clothing, golf toys, furniture, clothing, some tools, household, and much more. clubs, key board. August 30th & 31st August 29th, 30th & 31st Friday and Saturday 8:30am-? Thurs., Fri., & Sat. 9am-4pm 235 Arbutus Dr. 3300 S 37 Rd. Tool Sale 1/2 mile N of Boon Rd from Radial arm saw, table saw, weldWoodys Store Clean and organized multi- fam- er, misc. hand and garden tools, ily garage sale. Small furniture, misc. household items. antique glassware, fun Snoopy collectibles, home decor, baskets, flannel sheet sets and linens, jewelry, Avon, children play table set and desk, 4 racks of excellent quality name brand Fall and Back-to-School clothing: infant, childrens and adult. Fun Sale! August 29th, 30th & 31st Thursday-Friday 8am-5pm Saturday 8am-4pm 218 Blossom Ave. Household misc., house decor, sculpted rug 4 piece set, retail store, fixtures, glass shelves, gift items from retail store way below wholesale cost, glass shelves, too much to list. August 30th & 31st Fri. 9am-3pm & Sat. 9am-1pm 1816 Chestnut St. Priced to sell! Treadmill, 1986 4wheeler, gas grill, leather couch, boys clothes 3-4, girls 7-8 and womens clothes, scrubs, kids toys, winter coats, misc. August 30th & 31st Friday and Saturday 8am-5pm 4578 Benson Rd. Craftsman lawn sweeper, household decor, garden items, exercise bike, CDs, lots of clean misc. items. August 30th & 31st September 1st & 2nd Friday-Monday 9am-5pm 401 Crippen St. Corner of Park and Crippen Over a 1,000 DVDs and CDs, motorcycle, household, excercise equipment & more.

August 30th & 31st Fri. 9am-6pm & Sat. 9am-4pm 1005 Chestnut St. Antiques, glassware, clothing: Wildwood Apartments, 2 bdrm., boys & girls sizes 4-7, big & tall basement, garage space and men & plus size women, misc. deck, $675 per mo. Applications household items & furniture. required. Call (231)779-9000. August 30th & 31st Friday & Saturday 8am-4pm Wanted to Rent 403 E. Nelson St. 810 Antique sewing machine, butter *Need* 1-2 Bedroom house as churn, crocks, medical equipment, soon as the end of August or table w/ leaf, 4 chairs, wicker chair shortly after, McBain/outskirts with table, bookcase, Twin trundle, of Cadillac area, must allow 2 mattress, bedding, much misc. housebroke loving Labs, clean August 30th & 31st smoke-free professional with full Friday & Saturday 8am-3pm time steady employment, house 8166 Constitution Blvd. must be clean, references upon Has a little bit of everything! Clothrequest. Please email: ing, kitchen ware, ect. mcbainarearental@gmail.com August 30th & 31st or call/text (231)884-0116. Friday & Saturday 9am-1pm 693 Holly Rd. Declutering sale! Frames, furniture and shelves, basic sewing maGarage / Yard Sales chine, 2XL coats, cookbooks, sewing lamp, some antiques, arts, Cadillac cratfs and Christmas stuff. Aug. 30th & 31st & Sep. 1st Fri., Sat., Sun., 8am-? August 30th & 31st Pheasant Ridge Estates Friday & Saturday 9am-4pm Off Pearl St. Across from The 3199 W Lake Mitchell/Paul Bunyon Lakeview Nursing Home 1 mile W of M-115 Pheasant Ridge Estates Community Yard Sale. Something for Multi-family yard sale! Black leather sofa/double recliner, Ski-Doo everyone! snowmobiles, misc. household items, adult clothing, etc. EveryAug. 30th, 31st & Sep. 1st thing must go! Friday-Sunday 9am-4pm August 30th & 31st 371 Marble St. Friday & Saturday 9am-4pm Household goods, fiberglass boat 399 Farm Lane w/motor, .50 cal Hawkins muzzlePheasant Ridge Mobile Park loader, Jim Beam train set, 2 Hummels, Hummingbird fish find- 3 Family Sale. Large collection of er, old tools and antique chain fall. Beanie Babies, Rogers Bros. silverware and chest, mens clothing Aug. 30th, 31st, Sep. 1st & 2nd 2XL & 3XL, dry goods, pillows and lots, lots more! Friday - Monday 9am-6pm 9925 E M-115 August 30th & 31st Corner of M-115 & 45 Rd. Friday & Saturday 8am-3pm Riding mower, dryer, gas stove, 631 Seneca (Off W. Division) TVs, generator, woodstove, golf clubs, lift chair, recliners, clothing: BIG SALE! Men stuff: Chevy mochild-3XL, chop saw, elecrtic wa- tors/carbs, tools, push mower, jet ter heater, lawn ornaments, lawn boat & trailer. Womens clothes edger, tree sprayer, Dodge Ram Sm. & Med. (.25-.50), jewelry, kids truck doors, exercise equipment, clothes 0-5T(.25-.50), toys, dog household, lots of books and items. crafts. August 30th & 31st Friday & Saturday 8am-5pm Aug. 30th, 31st, Sep. 1st & 2nd 1323 Chestnut St. Friday-Monday 9am-5pm TVs, bikes, boys clothes sz. 10 & 2520 S. 27 Rd. up, mens & womens clothes, Four Family Sale. Wrestlers in PS2/games/controllers, tools, LAX boxes, exercise machine, clothes, & hockey gear, skis, Nintento furniture, etc. DS/games, cleats, Jr. golf clubs.

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August 30th, 31st & Sept 1st. August 31st Friday-Sunday 9am-4pm Saturday 9am-? 3291 W 13th St. 10595 W. Cadillac Rd. Entertainment center, books, Off of Old 55 framed prints, household items, 2 Family Sale. Crib, highchair, guy & kid stuff, and misc. TVs, bedding, hundreds baseball hat collection, high end womens business clothes, Jeff Gordon slot August 30th, 31st & Sept. 1st machine, and miscellaneous. Fri. 5pm-8p, Sat. & Sun. 8am-5p. 871 Farrar St. August 31st Quilts, sheets, vintage wool blanSaturday Only 9am-5pm kets, folk art, antiques, small furniSafe Keeping Storage ture, seasonal decor, baskets, 11540 E. M-55, handbags, coats & sweaters, 25 4 miles E. of Cadillac cent clothing table, wood skiis, Book cases, computer desks, misc. Christmas decorations, household, pictures & mirrors, Kerosene heater, snowAugust 30th, 31st and Sep. 1st blower, small boy clothes, August 31st Friday-Sunday 9am-3pm other misc. clothes- 25 cents Saturday Only 9am-5pm 2689 Duffy Dr. each, 0-18 months, some fur543 S. Gladwin Rd. Estate Sale niture, file cabinets & much Miscellanious truck items. Riding mower and attachments, more! Must downsize! Evhousehold items, books, and erything is priced to sell. much more! Ausut 29th, 30th & 31st Thursday-Saturday 9am-5pm August 31st August 30th-September 2nd 8230 W Lotan Rd. Saturday Only 9am-4:30pm Friday-Monday 9am-5pm Two garages FULL! Crafts all 512 N Park St. 4410 E M 55 Up the street from Family Video kinds, beads, beads, beads, misc., Half a mile west of Thirstys Hunting, fishing, books, household Dolls, porcelin, baby dolls, and & household items, some clothing items, clothing: infants to adult Precious Moments, childrens table & much much more! sizes, new and nearly new gift sets. lots of misc. LeRoy items, and much more! Aug. 30th, 31st & Sep. 1st August 31st & Sept. 1st Saturday-Monday Noon-6pm August 31st, Sep. 1st & 2nd Saturday 9-5 & Sunday 9-3 122 Section Line Rd. Saturday-Monday 9am-4pm 203 Newland St. Tool sale! Mac, Snap-on, Crafts2388 E. Lake Mitchell Dr. Treadmill, exercise equipment, 2 man- large assortment, Craftsman sets of winter jacket & pants, Generational yard sale! Ladies tool chest, fishing lures and other household appliances (all work), clothing, accessories, books, lin- items. jewelry, 2 bicycles, blinds (in box), ens, records, kitchenware, and ofskis & fishing poles, no early birds! fice supplies. August 30th, 31st August 31st August 31st, Sep. 1st & 2nd Sep. 1st & 2nd Saturday Only 8am-5pm Saturday-Monday 9am-7pm Friday-Monday 9am-5pm 438 Stimson St. 563 Yosemite 127 Forest Trail Estate Sale- work bench, vinOff 30th Road. Lots of guys stuff, tools, 2 snowtage beer signs, furniture, Speakers, hunting items, ice shanblowers, garage is so full I dont glassware and much more, ty, books, massage table, antenna even know whats in there! Dont one day only. tower, antique case cabinet, misc. miss this sale!

August 30th & 31st Friday & Saturday 9am-6pm August 30th, 31st & Sep. 1st 201 Houghton Friday-Sunday 8am-5pm Mackinaw Trail to Leroy. West 4543 85th Ave. on Main Street. Last home Go south of Evart on 80th. behind Elementary School. Turns into 85th. 2nd house on Garage/Basement Sale: Yarn, fabthe right past VFW Hall. ric, ribbon, lace, (2) twin/double Sale in the pole barn. metal frame bunk beds, recliners, 2 family moving sale! Lots of furni- clothing, kitchen items. ture, beds, tools, entertainment center, LG surround sound, home Luther decor, Dale Jr. NASCAR items. August 30th, 31st Quality items in great condition! and September 1st Friday-Sunday 9am-? 2709 N. Cedar Rd. August 30th, 31st and 3 Miles West of Luther September 1st Dead End Road off of 3 Mile Friday-Sunday 8am-6pm Lots of stuff! Some furniture, 137 N. Oak St. clothing, mostly odds and ends. US 10 N to 6th house on left Everything must go! Builders Liquidation Sale! Materials, tools, equipment, fur- Manton niture, antiques, household, August 30th & 31st too much to list, everything Fri. 10am-6pm Sat. 1:30pm6pm must go! 9780 W Arnold Rd. 42 E. to Lucas Rd. to Arnold Rd. Harrietta Lots of stuff! James Patterson August 29th-31st & Sep. 1st hard cover books, cement mixer, Thursday-Sunday 10am-? canning jars, some tools, Sonic 2035 S. M-37 electric cart. Corner of W. 30 Rd. Multi-Family Sale. Clothing, jewelry, dishes, folding tables, alumi- August 31st & September 1st num fishing boat with trailer, and Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm numerous miscellaneous items. 6281 E. 12 Rd. Estate Sale Hoxeyville Everything must go! Furniture, Aug. 31st, Sept. 1st & 2nd household, crafts, tools, ladies forSat., Sun., & Mon., 9am-5pm mal wear, vintage toys and games 11618 State Road (Hoxeyville) & tools. Man stuff, fishing stuff, screws, bolts, motors, 40 years of collec- Mantons Largest Garage Sale 30+ Tables tion in the garage, some tools, no Aug. 29th-31st & Sept. 2nd clothes, no dishes! Thurs.-Sat. & Mon. 9am-6pm 7380 E 20 1/2 Rd. Lake City Follow signs from 131 South of Manton August 30 & 31st Household, dishes, vintage Pyrex, Friday 8am-5pm jewelry, sewing, crafts, linens, Saturday 9am-4pm canning jars, furniture and lots of 7341 W. Blue Rd guy stuff including trailers. Fresh 1 mile west of M-66 & M-55 Amish baked goods. Rain or on the south side shine. Multi-Family Garage Sale! Kids clothes from 3-6 months Marion thru 3T, kids toys and books, August 29th, 30th & 31st adult clothes, household items, Thurs.-Sat. 9am-5pm and much more. 850 Oak Dr., Marion

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NOTICE OF SALE Default has been made in the condition of certain mortgage made the June 11, 2004, by James Clark and Kristine Clark to Northwestern Bank, and recorded on July 16, 2004, in the office of the Register of Deeds for Wexford County, Michigan, in Liber 0553, Page 767, and on which mortgage there is claimed to be due and unpaid at the date of this Notice THIRTEEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY-SEVEN AND 57/100 DOLLARS ($13,487.57) and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity has been instituted to recover the debt, or any part of the debt, secured by said mortgage, and the power of sale contained in said mortgage has become operative by reason of such default. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on October 11, 2013, at 10:00 AM at the Wexford County Courthouse, 437 E. Division, Cadillac, MI 49601, there will be offered for sale and sold to the highest bidder, at public sale, for the purpose of satisfying the amounts due and unpaid upon said mortgage, together with legal costs and charges of sale, including an attorney fee of SeventyFive ($75.00) Dollars provided by law and in said mortgage, the lands and premises in said mortgage mentioned and described as follows, to wit: PARCEL "1": THAT PART OF THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 24, T23N, R9W, CEDAR CREEK TOWNSHIP, WEXFORD COUNTY, MICHIGAN BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED AS BEGINNING AT THE E 1/4 CORNER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE S 0004'00" W ALONG THE E LINE OF SAID SECTION 356.33 FEET; THENCE N 8939'33" W 613.86 FEET; THENCE N 0000'16" W 355.97

Legals FEET TO THE E-W LINE OF SAID SECTION; THENCE S 8941'35" E ALONG SAID 1/4 LINE 614.30 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO A 66 FOOT WIDE EASEMENT FOR INGRESS/EGRESS AND THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE UTILITIES AND THE CENTERLINE IS DESCRIBED MORE FULLY AS: COMMENCING THE E 1/4 CORNER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE S 0004'00" W ALONG THE E LINE OF SAID SECTION 322.98 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF SAID 66 FOOT WIDE EASEMENT; THENCE S 6543'14" W 546.66 FEET; THENCE N 4943'24" W 132.66 FEET; THENCE N 5717'16" W 160.60 FEET TO THE POINT OF ENDING OF SAID 66 FOOT WIDE EASEMENT; SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF WAY OF 49 ROAD OVER THE E 33 FEET THEREOF; SUBJECT TO ALL AGREEMENTS, COVENANTS, EASEMENTS, RIGHT OF WAYS, RESERVATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD IF ANY. The redemption period shall be six (6) months from date of sale; provided, however, that if the subject premises are heretofore or hereafter conclusively presumed to have been abandoned pursuant to MCL 600.3241a, the applicable period for redemption shall be thirty (30) days from said date, or otherwise shortened, in accordance with that statute. If the subject premises is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judiciary Act of 1961, under MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: August 27, 2013 NORTHWESTERN BANK, Mortgagee CALCUTT ROGERS & BOYNTON by: Jack E. Boynton (P23137), 109 E. Front Street, Suite 300, Traverse City, MI 49684 August 31, September 7, 14, 21

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Cadillac 5-day Forecast


Ironwood 82/62 Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. Marquette 80/60 Sault Ste. Marie 76/58

TODAY
Hi 81

Escanaba 76/58 Traverse City 78/59 Lake City 80/55 Merritt 80/55 McBain 80/55 Reed City 82/56 Muskegon 82/62 Grand Rapids 84/63

Mackinaw City 77/59 Alpena 74/54

Gaylord 74/56

Partly sunny

RF 84

TONIGHT
Lo 55 Fair RF 56

Mesick 78/56

Manton 81/56

Harrietta 79/55 Cadillac 81/55 Ludington 78/58 Chase 82/56

West Branch 78/56

Tawas City 76/59

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SUNDAY
Hi 83 Lo 60 T-shower RF 87

Mt. Pleasant 80/58

Port Huron 80/59

Benton Harbor 82/60

Lansing 82/63 Kalamazoo 84/64 Ann Arbor 84/61

Detroit 84/67

MONDAY
Hi 67 Lo 49 Cooler RF 70

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Social Media Management & Consulting Website Design and Development
Facebook, Google + and Twitter We will post for you or help you shape the conversation yourself. Full-time professional graphic artists and custom Content Management System (CMS) programs give you a beautiful site and the ability to make changes yourself. We wont nickel and dime you and you wont have to wait for someone else to make changes or update your site. We will optimize your website for total smartphone and tablet functionality. Stay connected with customers no matter what device they are using. We will use keywords and customized content to get you higher on that coveted Google list. Yelp, Google Places, Merchant Circle, etc. We will go out and claim your listings helping your internet reputation. Weve recently partnered with Constant Contacts, a national email marketing platform. We use their platform and templates and apply our design eye and copywriting expertise to take the work out of your email marketing program. Reach over 4,200 visitors per day with a vibrant, interactive message. By advertising at cadillacnews.com, your information can be accessed by users 24/7/365.

Almanac
Temperature
Last week's temperatures Normal High
100

UV Index Tomorrow
86 84 87

TUESDAY
Hi 71 Lo 45 Sunny; nice RF 75

Normal Low

80 60 40

80

82

89

77 65

15 12 9 6 3 0

8 a.m. 10 a.m.

Noon

2 p.m. 4 p.m.

64 48 48

61

62

62

The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection.

WEDNESDAY
Hi 78 Lo 55 Partly sunny RF 82

8/24 8/25 8/26 8/27 8/28 8/29 8/30

Precipitation
25 20 15 10 5 0

Sun and Moon


Today Tomorrow

Mobile Marketing

24.11

21.78

(RF): The patented AccuWeather.com RealFeel Temperature is an exclusive index of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.

3.94
Month to date

3.59
Normal Month to date Year to date Normal year to date

Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset New

7:03 a.m. 8:20 p.m. 2:25 a.m. 5:23 p.m. First Full

7:05 a.m. 8:18 p.m. 3:21 a.m. 5:59 p.m. Last

SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Reputation Management (claim your listings)


Sep 5 Sep 12 Sep 19 Sep 26

Forecast for Saturday, Aug. 31


Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Forecast high/low temperatures are given for selected cities.
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Albany Anchorage Atlanta Seattle Baltimore 80/59 Billings Billings Minneapolis Boise 82/54 88/68 Detroit Boston New York 84/67 86/72 Buffalo Chicago Washington 84/68 88/74 Chicago San Francisco Denver 70/58 Kansas City 92/59 Cleveland 98/74 Dallas Los Angeles 90/68 Denver Atlanta 88/72 Duluth El Paso 94/72 El Paso Houston Houston 97/75 Fairbanks Miami Kansas City Honolulu 51/37 89/78 89/75 Juneau Knoxville Anchorage 61/55 Hilo 60/51 84/68 Las Vegas Little Rock Stationary front Los Angeles Cold front Memphis Warm front Showers Rain T-storms Snow Flurries Ice Miami Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2013 Milwaukee

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