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1763 : Native Americans Sack Fort Michilimackinac
1763 : Native Americans Sack Fort Michilimackinac
Jun 2 all-day
1763 : Native Americans Sack Fort Michilimackinac
On June 2, 1763, the Ojibwe captured Michigan’s Fort Michilimackinac from the British. Ojibwe warriors from villages on Mackinac Island and along the Cheboygan River had surprised the unsuspecting garrison while playing a game of … Continue reading "1763 : Native Americans Sack Fort Michilimackinac"
1835 : Great Seal of Michigan Adopted
1835 : Great Seal of Michigan Adopted
Jun 2 all-day
1835 : Great Seal of Michigan Adopted
  Michigan’s Great Seal was designed by Lewis Cass, Michigan’s second (non-acting) Territorial governor. The seal was patterned after the seal of the Hudson Bay Fur Company. It was presented to the Constitutional Convention of … Continue reading "1835 : Great Seal of Michigan Adopted"
2010 : Armando Galaranga’s 28-Out Perfect Game
2010 : Armando Galaranga’s 28-Out Perfect Game
Jun 2 all-day
2010 : Armando Galaranga's 28-Out Perfect Game
  In a Major League Baseball game played on June 2, 2010, at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga nearly became the 21st pitcher in Major League history to throw a … Continue reading "2010 : Armando Galaranga’s 28-Out Perfect Game"
2015 : Dutch Royal Couple to Visit West Michigan
2015 : Dutch Royal Couple to Visit West Michigan
Jun 2 all-day
2015 : Dutch Royal Couple to Visit West Michigan
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will visit Grand Rapids on June 2, Governor Rick Snyder announced Tuesday, bringing the Dutch royal couple to a bastion of Dutch-American culture. Michigan … Continue reading "2015 : Dutch Royal Couple to Visit West Michigan"
2017 : Read Admiral Gregory J Fenton to Address Graduating Grand Ledge Students
2017 : Read Admiral Gregory J Fenton to Address Graduating Grand Ledge Students
Jun 2 all-day
Landing on the deck of the U.S.S. George Washington in November 2014. Born in Lansing 52 years ago, Michigan Rear Admiral Greg “Fence” Fenton was raised in Grand Ledge, Michigan, where he graduated from Grand … Continue reading "2017 : Read Admiral Gregory J Fenton to Address Graduating Grand Ledge Students"
1856 : Congress Passes Land Grant Law Which Leads to Demise of Michigan’s Virgin Forests
1856 : Congress Passes Land Grant Law Which Leads to Demise of Michigan’s Virgin Forests
Jun 3 all-day
On June 3, 1856, the U.S. Congress passed legislation that would lead to the clearing of many of Michigan’s trees. Under the so-called “land-grant law,” a company that built a railroad would be awarded land … Continue reading "1856 : Congress Passes Land Grant Law Which Leads to Demise of Michigan’s Virgin Forests"
1864 : Ransom E. Olds Born, Creater of the Curved Dash Oldsmobile
1864 : Ransom E. Olds Born, Creater of the Curved Dash Oldsmobile
Jun 3 all-day
1864 : Ransom E. Olds Born, Creater of the Curved Dash Oldsmobile
Ransom Eli Olds was born on June 3, 1864 in Geneva, Ohio, the youngest of three sons of Pliny Fisk Olds and Sarah Whipple Olds. His father was a blacksmith and later became a store … Continue reading "1864 : Ransom E. Olds Born, Creater of the Curved Dash Oldsmobile"
1921 : Detroit Public Library Dedicated
1921 : Detroit Public Library Dedicated
Jun 3 all-day
1921 : Detroit Public Library Dedicated
On June 3, 1921, the main Detroit Public Library at Woodward and Kirby was dedicated. The property was acquired in 1912, and the noted New York architect, Cass Gilbert, was selected to design the new … Continue reading "1921 : Detroit Public Library Dedicated"
1943 : Hurley Smith Patents the Pocket Protector
1943 : Hurley Smith Patents the Pocket Protector
Jun 3 all-day
The pocket protector has long been associated with engineers. To the general public it conjures up images of a guy in a short sleeve white shirt, glasses taped together and “high-water” pants. Within the profession … Continue reading "1943 : Hurley Smith Patents the Pocket Protector"
1964 : Photographs Required on Michigan Driver Licenses
1964 : Photographs Required on Michigan Driver Licenses
Jun 3 all-day
On June 3, 1964, Gov. George Romney signed into law a bill requiring, for the first time, photographs of Michigan drivers on their licenses. Source: Mich-Again’s Day
1965 : Astronaut James McDivitt, Michigan’s First Astronaut in Space
1965 : Astronaut James McDivitt, Michigan’s First Astronaut in Space
Jun 3 all-day
On June 3, 1965, James McDivitt was launched into space with Edward H. White aboard Gemini 4. The mission lasted four days and made 66 orbits, allowing the United States to come close to the … Continue reading "1965 : Astronaut James McDivitt, Michigan’s First Astronaut in Space"
1982 : Mike Ilitch Purchases Detroit Red Wings
1982 : Mike Ilitch Purchases Detroit Red Wings
Jun 3 all-day
Little Caesars founder Mike Ilitch bought the Detroit Red Wings on June 3, 1982. The purchase price for the team that Hockeytown called its own — and its two farm teams — was $10 million … Continue reading "1982 : Mike Ilitch Purchases Detroit Red Wings"
2015 : The Michigan Dogman
2015 : The Michigan Dogman
Jun 3 all-day
The Michigan Dogman is a cryptozoological creature first stated in 1887 in Wexford Region, Michigan. Discoveries have actually been reported in a number of locations throughout Michigan, primarily in the northwestern quadrant of the Lower … Continue reading "2015 : The Michigan Dogman"
1821 : Detroiters Present Alexander Macomb with Silver Tankard
1821 : Detroiters Present Alexander Macomb with Silver Tankard
Jun 4 all-day
1821 : Detroiters Present Alexander Macomb with Silver Tankard
In 1821, when he left for Washington to become Chief of the Army Corps of Engineers, the citizens of Detroit presented him with a silver tankard of gratitude bearing the inscription: PRESENTED to MAJOR-GENERAL ALEXANDER … Continue reading "1821 : Detroiters Present Alexander Macomb with Silver Tankard"
1892 : Leander Burnett, Ottawa Indian and MAC’s First Bona Fide Athletic Hero
1892 : Leander Burnett, Ottawa Indian and MAC’s First Bona Fide Athletic Hero
Jun 4 all-day
Baseball player Leander Burnett, an American Indian from Harbor Springs, completed an extraordinary four year athletic career at MAC by providing the winning hit in a game against Olivet College on  June 4, 1892. The … Continue reading "1892 : Leander Burnett, Ottawa Indian and MAC’s First Bona Fide Athletic Hero"
1896 : Ford Test Drives His Quadricycle, His First Gasoline-Powered Automobile
1896 : Ford Test Drives His Quadricycle, His First Gasoline-Powered Automobile
Jun 4 all-day
1896 : Ford Test Drives His Quadricycle, His First Gasoline-Powered Automobile
On June 4, 1896, Henry Ford test drove the Quadricycle, his first gasoline-powered automobile, on the streets of Detroit. It’s pictured along with Ford’s first workshop, a portrait of Ford and an aerial view of … Continue reading "1896 : Ford Test Drives His Quadricycle, His First Gasoline-Powered Automobile"
1910 : President Taft Visits Jackson To Dedicate Monument
1910 : President Taft Visits Jackson To Dedicate Monument
Jun 4 all-day
On June 4, 1910 President William Howard Taft visited Jackson to help dedicate a monument celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Republican Party. Sources : Tom George, “Leading the Way : Michigan … Continue reading "1910 : President Taft Visits Jackson To Dedicate Monument"
1910: President Taft Visits Monroe to Dedicate Statue of General George Armstrong Custer
1910: President Taft Visits Monroe to Dedicate Statue of General George Armstrong Custer
Jun 4 all-day
1910: President Taft Visits Monroe to Dedicate Statue of General George Armstrong Custer
George Armstrong Custer Equestrian Monument, Southwest corner of North Monroe Street and Elm Street, Monroe Edward C. Potter’s sculpture Sighting The Enemy depicts General George Armstrong Custer pulling his horse up before entering battle. Custer … Continue reading "1910: President Taft Visits Monroe to Dedicate Statue of General George Armstrong Custer"
2015 : Beyond the Mask (Movie) Released
2015 : Beyond the Mask (Movie) Released
Jun 4 all-day
Filmed entirely in Michigan in 2013 by Burns Family Studios in Oakland County, “Beyond the Mask” stands out from many other independent films because it’s a Christian-based action movie, a new genre combining action-adventure with … Continue reading "2015 : Beyond the Mask (Movie) Released"
2021 : Michigan Legislature Recognized Pride Month
2021 : Michigan Legislature Recognized Pride Month
Jun 4 all-day
Both the Michigan House and Senate have formally recognized June as Pride Month for the first time in state history, according to the key backer of the measure. Senate Resolution 60 and House Resolution 122, … Continue reading "2021 : Michigan Legislature Recognized Pride Month"
1768 : Lt. George McDougall Buys Belle Isle from Ottowa and Ojibwa Chiefs
1768 : Lt. George McDougall Buys Belle Isle from Ottowa and Ojibwa Chiefs
Jun 5 all-day
Belle Isle was privately owned in 1879, as it had been since June 5, 1768, when Lieutenant George McDougall (with the blessing of King George III) purchased the island from local Ottowa and Ojibwa chiefs … Continue reading "1768 : Lt. George McDougall Buys Belle Isle from Ottowa and Ojibwa Chiefs"
1866 : Michigan State Medical Society Organized
1866 : Michigan State Medical Society Organized
Jun 5 all-day
1866 : Michigan State Medical Society Organized
  On June 5, 1866, Michigan physicians met in Detroit to organize the Michigan State Medical Society. With the end of the Civil War in 1865, the many young doctors who had recently entered the … Continue reading "1866 : Michigan State Medical Society Organized"
1885 : Michigan Legislature Approves Ten Hour Work Day
1885 : Michigan Legislature Approves Ten Hour Work Day
Jun 5 all-day
1885 : Michigan Legislature Approves Ten Hour Work Day
Public Act 137 — calling for a ten-hour work day — was approved by the Michigan Legislature on June 5, 1885, although it did not take effect until September. Saginaw Valley lumber industry workers tried … Continue reading "1885 : Michigan Legislature Approves Ten Hour Work Day"
1914 : Elly Peterson Born, First Woman In Michigan to Chair a Major Political Party
1914 : Elly Peterson Born, First Woman In Michigan to Chair a Major Political Party
Jun 5 all-day
In 2011, Michigan native and former editor for the Washington Post Sara Fitzgerald’s biography of the first woman in Michigan to chair the Republican Party was published. Its title was Elly Peterson, “Mother” of the … Continue reading "1914 : Elly Peterson Born, First Woman In Michigan to Chair a Major Political Party"
1968 : Campus Sit-In Protests Marijuana and LSD Arrests
1968 : Campus Sit-In Protests Marijuana and LSD Arrests
Jun 5 all-day
1968 : Campus Sit-In Protests Marijuana and LSD Arrests
Source : Lansing State Journal, June 6, 1968. Reposted from Michigan’s Past.
1998 : Muslim American Debuts
1998 : Muslim American Debuts
Jun 5 all-day
Muslim American, a monthly newspaper for Detroit’s Islamic community, began publication. Source : Michigan History, May/June 2013.
2016 : Vernors Celebrating 150th Anniversary
2016 : Vernors Celebrating 150th Anniversary
Jun 5 all-day
Vernor’s Ginger Ale, Detroit’s Drink, Advertisement Vernors — which was originally Vernor’s, before the apostrophe was dropped decades ago — is among the oldest continuously made soft drinks in America. This week, it celebrates its … Continue reading "2016 : Vernors Celebrating 150th Anniversary"
2018 : First Ever Hindu Invocation in the Michigan Legislature
2018 : First Ever Hindu Invocation in the Michigan Legislature
Jun 5 all-day
The first ever Hindu invocation in the Michigan Legislature was delivered Tuesday afternoon by a Grand Rapids minister who hopes his message of peace can help encourage civility and collaboration. Fred Stella, 63, the pracharak, or … Continue reading "2018 : First Ever Hindu Invocation in the Michigan Legislature"
1706 : Trouble Breaks Out Between the French and Indians in Detroit
1706 : Trouble Breaks Out Between the French and Indians in Detroit
Jun 6 all-day
While Cadillac is away from the French settlement of Detroit, the temporary commander’s dog bites an an Ottawa, the Ottawa beats the dog, the commander beats the Indian to death, and things go downhill from … Continue reading "1706 : Trouble Breaks Out Between the French and Indians in Detroit"
1822 : Alexis St. Martin Shot In Stomach on Mackinac Island
1822 : Alexis St. Martin Shot In Stomach on Mackinac Island
Jun 6 all-day
1822 : Alexis St. Martin Shot In Stomach on Mackinac Island
On June 6, 1822, Alexis St-Martin — a 19-year old Canadian voyageur who worked for the American Fur Company — was accidentally shot with a musket at close range at the fur trading post on … Continue reading "1822 : Alexis St. Martin Shot In Stomach on Mackinac Island"
1925 : Chrysler Corporation Incorporated
1925 : Chrysler Corporation Incorporated
Jun 6 all-day
On June 6, 1925, the Chrysler Corporation was incorporated, as Walter Chrysler reorganized the remnants of the Maxwell Motor Company which had made cars since 1904. Sources : Detroit Historical Society Facebook page Chrysler Corporation … Continue reading "1925 : Chrysler Corporation Incorporated"
1926 : Wrestling’s Greatest Villain, The Sheik, Born in Lansing, Michigan
1926 : Wrestling’s Greatest Villain, The Sheik, Born in Lansing, Michigan
Jun 6 all-day
A master showman, an internationally infamous villain of popular culture, a “pioneer of mayhem”, the godfather of hardcore professional wrestling, was a Lansing native. Born June 6, 1926 to Lebanese immigrants Edward George Farhat was … Continue reading "1926 : Wrestling’s Greatest Villain, The Sheik, Born in Lansing, Michigan"
1944 : Michigan Glider From Greenville First to Land During D-Day
1944 : Michigan Glider From Greenville First to Land During D-Day
Jun 6 all-day
The first glider to land in France on D-Day was built in Greenville by the Gibson Refrigerator Company. Source : Michigan History, May/June 2013 The following documentary has a segment on the D-Day glider landings: … Continue reading "1944 : Michigan Glider From Greenville First to Land During D-Day"
1944 : Wallace Stroebel of Saginaw Featured in D-Day Publicity Shot
1944 : Wallace Stroebel of Saginaw Featured in D-Day Publicity Shot
Jun 6 all-day
1944 : Wallace Stroebel of Saginaw Featured in D-Day Publicity Shot
June 6, 1944.   Eisenhower in England giving D-Day orders—“Full victory-nothing else”—to Wallace Strobel (#23) of Saginaw and other paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division. After asking Strobel where he was from, Eisenhower responded with … Continue reading "1944 : Wallace Stroebel of Saginaw Featured in D-Day Publicity Shot"
1956 : Two Men Fall To Their Deaths Building Mackinac Bridge
1956 : Two Men Fall To Their Deaths Building Mackinac Bridge
Jun 6 all-day
On the afternoon of June 6, 1956, Louis “Big Louie” Stepman and three other workers were stringing a catwalk from the north tower of the Mackinac Bridge. The catwalk – a bundle of chain link … Continue reading "1956 : Two Men Fall To Their Deaths Building Mackinac Bridge"
1958 : Ozzie Virgil, the Detroit Tiger’s First Player of Color Takes the Field
1958 : Ozzie Virgil, the Detroit Tiger’s First Player of Color Takes the Field
Jun 6 all-day
On June 6, 1958, the Detroit Tigers’ first nonwhite player debuted. Eleven years after Jackie Robinson made his historic entrance into modern baseball, the Detroit Tigers played a black man. Escaping the distinction of being … Continue reading "1958 : Ozzie Virgil, the Detroit Tiger’s First Player of Color Takes the Field"
1961 : G. I. Joe (The Pigeon) Dies at Detroit Zoo
1961 : G. I. Joe (The Pigeon) Dies at Detroit Zoo
Jun 6 all-day
On June 6, 1961, G.I. Joe, a pigeon credited with saving the lives of 1,000 Allied soldiers during World War II, died of old age at the Detroit Zoo. In October 1943, a note ordering … Continue reading "1961 : G. I. Joe (The Pigeon) Dies at Detroit Zoo"
1962: First Meijer “Thrifty Acres” Opens in Grand Rapids
1962: First Meijer “Thrifty Acres” Opens in Grand Rapids
Jun 6 all-day
Hendrik and Fred Meijer opened the first “Thrifty Acres” in Grand Rapids on this day, marking the birth of the first supercenter nationwide and an innovative concept that would springboard into a retail phenomenon. Meijer’s … Continue reading "1962: First Meijer “Thrifty Acres” Opens in Grand Rapids"
1975 : Jackson Prison Inmate Escapes Via Helicopter
1975 : Jackson Prison Inmate Escapes Via Helicopter
Jun 6 all-day
On June 6, 1975 Dale Remling escaped from a Jackson prison aboard a hijacked helicopter. The chopper landed in the exercise yard at the Prison of Southern Michigan at Jackson in a spot marked with … Continue reading "1975 : Jackson Prison Inmate Escapes Via Helicopter"
1986 : Prince Calls a Detroit FM Radio Station After A Concert
1986 : Prince Calls a Detroit FM Radio Station After A Concert
Jun 6 all-day
1986 : Prince Calls a Detroit FM Radio Station After A Concert
Prince – in 1986 the world was his oyster. Prince – interview from WHYT-Power 96, Detroit – June 6, 1986 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection A few words from Prince tonight, from a telephone interview … Continue reading "1986 : Prince Calls a Detroit FM Radio Station After A Concert"
2003 : Michigan Beach Owners Given Right to Mow Down Beachfront Weeds
2003 : Michigan Beach Owners Given Right to Mow Down Beachfront Weeds
Jun 6 all-day
On June 6, 2003, then Gov. Jennifer Granholm signed into law legislation that allowed property owners in Grand Traverse and Bay City areas to mow down typically submerged weeds on their beach front property. The … Continue reading "2003 : Michigan Beach Owners Given Right to Mow Down Beachfront Weeds"
2020 : North American International Auto Show Begins
2020 : North American International Auto Show Begins
Jun 6 all-day
North American International Auto Show 2020 (June 6-20) The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) announced recently  that starting in 2020 the show would make a transformational move to June and will start the week … Continue reading "2020 : North American International Auto Show Begins"
1824 : First Legislative Council of the Michigan Territory Convenes in Detroit
1824 : First Legislative Council of the Michigan Territory Convenes in Detroit
Jun 7 all-day
On June 7, 1824, the first legislative council of the Michigan Territory convened in Detroit. Under provisions of the Northwest Ordinance, a legislative council could be elected when the territory’s population of free males reached … Continue reading "1824 : First Legislative Council of the Michigan Territory Convenes in Detroit"
1860 : Austin Blair Selected as Republican Candidate for Governor
1860 : Austin Blair Selected as Republican Candidate for Governor
Jun 7 all-day
On June 7, 1860, the only Michigan Governor with a statue in front of the Capitol was selected by the Republican Party to be their offical candidate for Governor. Mr. Blair, born in New York … Continue reading "1860 : Austin Blair Selected as Republican Candidate for Governor"
1913 : Old Rugged Cross Hymn Linked to Michigan Revivals
1913 : Old Rugged Cross Hymn Linked to Michigan Revivals
Jun 7 all-day
1913 : Old Rugged Cross Hymn Linked to Michigan Revivals
The year was 1912 and George Bennard, a Methodist Episcopal evangelist traveling throughout the Midwest, was heckled incessantly by several youth at a revival meeting in Michigan. A Vision, a Melody and the Completion of … Continue reading "1913 : Old Rugged Cross Hymn Linked to Michigan Revivals"
1932 : Mary Moore Born, Member of All-American Girls Professional Baseball League
1932 : Mary Moore Born, Member of All-American Girls Professional Baseball League
Jun 7 all-day
1932 : Mary Moore Born, Member of All-American Girls Professional Baseball League
/> Mary Moore, a Battle Creek Belle, tags out runner at second base. From Springfield Sally to Battle Creek Belle, Lincoln Park native Mary Moore pitches stories about life as an infielder, from 1950 to … Continue reading "1932 : Mary Moore Born, Member of All-American Girls Professional Baseball League"
1937 : Labor Activists Demonstrate In Lansing, Michigan
1937 : Labor Activists Demonstrate In Lansing, Michigan
Jun 7 all-day
Upset by the arrest of UAW Workers trying to unionize Capital City Wrecking Company during the night, labor supporters demonstrate outside the Lansing City Hall where the prisoners were being held. Before the day was … Continue reading "1937 : Labor Activists Demonstrate In Lansing, Michigan"
1952 : MSU Alumni Memorial Chapel Dedicated
1952 : MSU Alumni Memorial Chapel Dedicated
Jun 7 all-day
1952 : MSU Alumni Memorial Chapel Dedicated
Dedication of the Alumni Memorial Chapel; June 7, 1952 Located on Auditorium Rd, situated next to the Kresge Art Center and across the street from Baker Hall, is the Alumni Memorial Chapel. A small chapel, … Continue reading "1952 : MSU Alumni Memorial Chapel Dedicated"
1958 : Edmund Fitzgerald Launched
1958 : Edmund Fitzgerald Launched
Jun 7 all-day
  Watch the launch of Hull 301 (the Edmund Fitzgerald) built by the shipbuilders and engineers of the Great Lakes Engineering Works of River Rouge, Michigan.  One can feel the excitement in the air.  Little … Continue reading "1958 : Edmund Fitzgerald Launched"
1997 : Detroit Red Wings End 42-year Stanley Cup Drought
1997 : Detroit Red Wings End 42-year Stanley Cup Drought
Jun 7 all-day
1997  : Detroit Red Wings End 42-year Stanley Cup Drought
THIS DATE IN HISTORY: June 7 1997: The Stanley Cup returns to Hockeytown for the first time in 42 years. The Detroit Red Wings complete a sweep of the Philadelphia Flyers with a 2-1 victory … Continue reading "1997 : Detroit Red Wings End 42-year Stanley Cup Drought"
2010 : President Obama Visits Kalamazoo
2010 : President Obama Visits Kalamazoo
Jun 7 all-day
  In early March, students at Kalamazoo Central High School submitted a video to Get Schooled’s Race to the Top competition, a nationwide search to find the school most dedicated to making — as Get … Continue reading "2010 : President Obama Visits Kalamazoo"
2013 : Congressman Dingell Jr. Sets Congressional Service Record
2013 : Congressman Dingell Jr. Sets Congressional Service Record
Jun 7 all-day
John David Dingell Jr., at age 86, is in much the same spot he has been in since Dec. 13, 1955, representing a congressional district in southeast Michigan and performing all the tasks that come … Continue reading "2013 : Congressman Dingell Jr. Sets Congressional Service Record"
1905 : Marshall Workingmen Refuse to Make Sunday Deliveries
1905 : Marshall Workingmen Refuse to Make Sunday Deliveries
Jun 8 all-day
On June 8, 1905, Marshall mikmen, meat sellers, and ice dealers joined forces and refused to make door-to-door Sunday deliveries. —Source: Mich-Again’s Day.
1926 : Babe Ruth Hits Longest Home Run
1926 : Babe Ruth Hits Longest Home Run
Jun 8 all-day
1926 : Babe Ruth Hits Longest Home Run
On June 8, 1926, Babe Ruth reputedly hit the longest home run in major league history at Detroit’s Navin Field, sending a Lil Stoner pitch over the centerfield grandstands onto Cherry Street. The blast was … Continue reading "1926 : Babe Ruth Hits Longest Home Run"
1953 : Flint Tornado Kills 116
1953 : Flint Tornado Kills 116
Jun 8 all-day
1953 : Flint Tornado Kills 116
On June 8, 1953, before weather sirens, doppler radar, and tornado warnings, the most deadly tornado in U.S. history – until the 2011 tornado in Joplin, MO killed 120 – occurred near Flint, killing 116 … Continue reading "1953 : Flint Tornado Kills 116"
2005 : University of Michigan Wins College World Series
2005 : University of Michigan Wins College World Series
Jun 8 all-day
2005 : University of Michigan Wins College World Series
The 2005 Women’s College World Series was held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from June 2 through June 8 and marked the conclusion of the 2005 NCAA Division I softball season. Michigan won their first championship by defeating UCLA two games … Continue reading "2005 : University of Michigan Wins College World Series"
2015 : Federal Settlement Reached On Enbridge Oil Spill
2015 : Federal Settlement Reached On Enbridge Oil Spill
Jun 8 all-day
The U.S. Department of Justice announced a settlement Monday with Enbridge Energy Company that will incorporate portions of the state settlement over the 2010 oil pipeline rupture into the Kalamazoo River and require some additional … Continue reading "2015 : Federal Settlement Reached On Enbridge Oil Spill"
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