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More than 7, vehicles crossed on Dec. Commercial truck traffic in did not fare as well, and did not rebound from the gradual decline that began in The IB A reports that truck traffic totaled 95, crossings in , which is the lowest annual total since Likewise, unaudited figures indi- cate toll revenue was 8. Tolls and fees collected at the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge are the only sources of funding for the operation, mainte- nance, and repair of the bridge and toll plaza.

The IBA does not receive any state, federal, or provincial funding for bridge oper- ation, maintenance, and repair. Strategies for Success is a free, self-paced online business course developed for Native American business owners. The course provides an overview of basic business principles and knowledge of the programs and serv- ices available from the U.

In addition, there is a section on how to estimate business start-up costs that can help assess the financial needs of going into business. Course participants completing the online training programs can earn a certificate of completion from the SB A, with their name, date and course title. Faust and her staff will also discuss scholarships, grants, loans and employment programs and will advise students how to apply for student aid. Emphasis will be placed on eligibility requirements, how to evaluate an aid offer, and how to complete the FAFSA — all of which should be considered by students and parents, no matter which col- lege the student will be attending.

Participants will get an opportu- nity to ask questions. A list of the loca- tions, times and dates of the workshops is below. We truly believe that when you bank here, you become a part of our -fa wily.

After all, it's y our money. Adair brings extensive surgical expertise to War Memorial Hospital, with additional experience in weight-loss bariatric surgery. He joins us following specialty training at Harvard Medical School in the area of advanced laparoscopy - also known as minimally-invasive surgery. It is also used in a range of bariatric surgery methods, including those Dr.

Adair will perform at WMH. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Adair at Advanced Surgical Care, call Ask us about the many other advantages of doing business with an insurance independent agency. Water Street Sault Ste. But everyone agrees that snowmobiles are part of the fabric of local winter culture and an important part of the tourist industry.

Those brightly colored little machines zipping around town and countryside from December through March benefit the community in two big ways, according to the Sault Ste. Directly, by pumping dollars into local gas stations, restaurants, hotels and casinos and indirectly from the general infu- sion of outside money into the community.

From shovel work to political action, SSMSA and similar organizations across the Upper Peninsula labor to keep open a web of snowmo- bile trails that stretches across the U. The 65 miles of trails currently maintained by SSMSA ran west from the Sault to Raco and beyond, and south to meet up with the Kinross trail system, which until recently, was maintained by Kinross Charter Township. The DNR-adminis- tered fund covers the operating costs of trail grooming organizations disbursed on a per-mile groomed basis.

Thus, the more miles of trail and the more often an organization grooms as needed, the more monies it receives to cover expenses. Also a bonus is that experienced drivers from the Kinross system will continue working those trails.

Everything seems to be in place for a seamless trans- fer of trails and a nice growth spurt for the SSMSA, espe- cially if the weather cooperates. If snow falls, we groom the trails, get funded and stay in the black. He married lone Farison on Feb. He worked for many years as an auto body repairman. He was a go-to person for many friends needing advice as to how to fix or paint their vehicles.

John enjoyed camping trips to Canada. He spent many summers in his boat, exploring the coastlines of both the U. John also loved to go snowmobiling and was very involved with the first , where he was a tow sled operator.

He enjoyed the outdoors, cutting firewood, and clearing wood property. He spent many hours building lawn tractors for his grandkids, who would enter local tractor pulls at the Chippewa County Fair.

This turned into his work- ing on anything with a small gas motor and many hours tinkering in his garage. John is survived by his wife: He is also survived by a brother, Fred Donna Grady Jr. Funeral services were held at Oaklawn Chapel Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be left to Road to Recovery.

Condolences may be left online at www. Mulder Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Marie, Mich, passed away Thursday, Jan. He was bom September 21, Raleigh enjoyed Red Wings hockey, TV game shows and going to the casino.

Marie, Pete and her husband Nick of Albuquerque, N. Traditional services were held Jan. His final resting place will be Mission Hill Cemetery later in the spring. Clark Bailey Newhouse Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements. Bingo on that number and win the pot. If no one bingos, it carries over until the next bingo session! U Pick Em Most cars, light trucks and SUVs. See Us for Details! Tri-County Motors, Rudyard www. Tommissa Archambeau is always respectful and ready to learn.

She has a kind spirit with a warm heart toward her peers. Jones Isabelle Caraccio comes to school each day ready to work. She is the picture of concentra- tion and is a very serious student. She is always listening and trying to apply new knowledge. Isabelle helps her friends and is always kind to her classmates.

Hoffman Brooke Carrick is a student who enters the class ready and eager to learn. She is a conscien- tious student who always does her work and homework. She has been giving extra on her writing and inspiring her classmates as well. Brooke is a kind and helpful student and an example to all. Gross Danny Carrick is an out- standing citizen and makes good choices to do what is right.

He is kind to everyone and can be counted on to help in any circum- stance. He has been working very hard at completing all his assign- ments well and on time. Hope Kendra Carrick can always be counted on to do the right thing. She works hard to do her best and take care of her respon- sibilities as a student.

Rider Brianna Clow is an outstand- ing student who goes above and beyond what she is asked to do. She is a wonderful role model for the classroom and can always be counted on to do the right thing. Brianna follows all the class- room rules, completes all of her assignments on time, tries her hardest and gets along well with her classmates and adults alike.

Ver Strate Emily Harding is a very nice and polite girl who always fol- lows the rules. She can always be counted on to do the right thing, whether it is getting along with her classmates, being helpful, or completing her work on time. Emily always gives her best effort. Carrick Landen Harding is a very deserving young man who is always kind to his friends and can be counted on to help others with directions or on assign- ments.

He comes into the room and immediately gets busy, a responsible student who always knows what to do. Landen works hard on every- thing he is given and does it all with a smile on his face.

Hill Gina Hazlett is polite and helpful to others. She works hard and does her best. Gina can be counted on to do what needs to be done and to fol- low the rules. Ellis Colin Hopper has a constant sense of responsibility and unfailing helpfulness.

He never misses an opportunity to offer his help to another and is usually one of the first to volunteer for a task. He maintains a constant positive attitude toward his class work and responsibilities, makes sure his daily work and home- work are finished, does his best at all times and joyfully corrects his mistakes.

Colin is not a student who complains or becomes negative when asked to do something dif- ficult, but approaches all learn- ing tasks with confidence and enthusiasm. He makes good decisions, even when no one is watching. Kennedy Zachary Hyvarinen is a great student, hard working and con- sistent with his good work. He is also very helpful in the class- room, willingly helping his teacher and other students when they ask. Add a heaping amount of sense of humor and you have a student in Zach who displays a great positive attitude in the classroom.

Hutchins Elsie McGuire loves to help others. She is a hard worker and follows all classroom and school rules, setting a good example for her classmates. Elsie gives her all at whatever she sets out to do. Kelso Elijah Reinke has made a consistent effort in his academ- ics. He has gone the extra mile of helping others out and pitching in to help.

Elijah is very friendly and kind. Marina consistently stays focused and on task, even when some of her classmates are not. Community Health Services for Elders With the upcoming winter. Community Health would like to remind our Seniors of the services available for you: Items include shower chairs or benches, walkers, wheel chairs, commodes, or canes. Let the receptionist know so we can cross your name off our list. If you have questions, please call Mary Schwiderson, RN.

Students doing dandy in the days of December Brimley Elementary School announced the names of those who ended with a flourish by being named Students of the Month for December.

PNC is thankful to be part of your community. M-F, except Wednesday 8 a. Dental Appointments 8 a. After hours care available at War Memorial Hospital. After hours emergencies, dial Most Insurances Are Accepted To make an appointment, or to cancel, please call: A Nonprofit Agency 50 1 c. Newly remodeled facility with a staff dedicated to nurturing the spirit while improving the quality of life for our residents.

Please call for immediate occupancy! Marie Ml Ph. He was bom Sept. Parents are Mike and Tara Tremblay of Brimley. Marie, Ontario, Canada Thanks.. These two donations provided fund- ing for families that met the federal poverty guidelines. The Thanksgiving Giving Program entailed a gift certificate for families to purchase food for their Thanksgiving Day meal.

We served 33 families, including 88 children, with this program. The Christmas Giving Program entailed a gift cer- tificate for the family to purchase food for their Christmas Day meal and a gift certificate for each child in the family to purchase Christmas gifts. We served 66 families, includ- ing children, with this program. We have received a considerable amount of positive feedback from families that qualified for these two programs and would like to share some of the written comments received from them: On behalf of the Social Services Department, we extend our sincerest gratitude for the donations that made these holiday giving programs such a success this year.

My family and I are truly appreciative of all the love. Arlene Manabat and Family ST. Portage Avenue Sault Ste. Marie Open Mon-Sat. For more information go to www. Taster Breakfast and occasionaCCy potted meat, Bingo, pop cans and especiaCCy, the coCor red Mom, this past year has not Been easy.

Love, your chiCdren, grandchiCdren, great-grandchiCdren and great great grandchiCd: Our promise is to treat you the way a customer should be treated. When you shop Soo Corner Store, you will be greeted with a smile, a friendly hello, and the knowledge that your business is truly appreciated.

When anything in creation dies, its body returns to the Earth. But did you know that everything we say, feel, or do is also absorbed by the Earth? Our Anishinaabe ancestors knew that dancing to the natural rhythm of the Earth gently releases this stored wisdom where it is transformed into messages for new generations, which are then carried by the wind through music and song.

The journey was part of a growing cultural exchange between Aboriginal people from Queensland in Australia and Anishinaabe people from the Great Lakes region of North America. The troupe also included indigenous representation from the Metis and the Mexica or Aztec cultures. It was a mission accomplished and so much more. The troupe sang and danced to the drumbeat, sharing stories of their dances.

The troupe was privi- leged to meet individuals committed to regaining their land rights, traditional culture, language and a measure of sovereignty. As the troupe boarded the plane for the long trip back to the Great Lakes, they took with them hopes for continuing to build relationships with the Aboriginal communities. Everyone involved in this trip looks forward to developing future collabora- tions with indigenous communities in other parts of the world, possibly including Mexico, South America, New Zealand and Scandinavia.

Ellen Airgood always wanted to be a writer. Since she was a child, she had fanta- sized about the writing life. There she met with fans interested in her work, dis- cussing the first book she had pub- lished, South of Superior, and how she finally got her work into print. It was a long road for Airgood to see her work published.

South of Superior was the sixth book she wrote, which took seven years to complete. This time around, she had hired a freelance editor to help guide her through the process.

On June 9, her years of hard work paid off as she held a launch party in her hometown of Grand Marais. Reception was incredible, she said, as the majority of the communi- ty came out to congratulate her.

Thrust into the dra- mas of its quirky inhabitants , a Chicago woman discovers that happi- ness, hope and love are possible even in a place where times can only go from tough to tougher. Reminiscent of Richard Russo, South of Superior is an engaging tale told with wit and charm. Her writings mirrored life in the small town, which drew many people in.

And now her biggest hurdle is deciding whether or not to write a sequel as so many have requested. A former legislative writer for the Environmental Protection Agency, Airgood encourages anyone who wants to write to step up and do so. The establishment of a challenge grant by a donor, especially of this magnitude, is a first for the university, according to Tom Coates, executive director of the LSSU Foundation. The chal- lenge coincides with the Lakers join- ing the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in the season.

Support raised from this challenge will be earmarked to supplement funding for important activities asso- ciated with the program, including recruiting, travel, equipment and additional operational needs.

For information regarding pledges, contact Coates at or tcoates lssu. Marie Valentine's Day is Tuesday, Feb. Drumming Wednesday Nights 5: Children who are not members of Boys and Girls Club are welcome, and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Curtis Ml email: Mon-Fri 8 am- 5: Check Out Our Website: The Volunteer Campground Host Program allows individuals to camp in a state park or state forest camp- ground at no charge in return for providing visitor assistance in the campground. They can be individ- uals or teams.

Retired couples, teachers and students, as well as families, are just some of the vol- unteers who have enjoyed spend- ing their time as campground hosts. State park hosts must attend a two-day training session the end of April, at the Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center in Roscommon. This training is not required of state forest camp- ground hosts. Campground hosts are chosen by park and forest managers who may require an interview or request additional information.

Hosts are particularly needed during the busy camping season, which can begin as early as April in state parks in southern Michigan. Those interested in being a campground host at a state park should apply directly to the park of their choice. For more information on camp- ground host positions in state parks and recreation areas contact Pam Ames at ; for state forest campgrounds, please contact Ada Takacs at , ext. The Recreation Passport has replaced motor vehicle permits for entry into Michigan state parks, recreation areas and state- administered boating access fee sites.

To learn more about the Recreation Passport, visit www. DNR offers women opportunity to explore ice fishing, snowshoeing, hunting and more on Jan. Part of the Becoming an Out doors -Woman program, the program is designed for women to try a variety of outdoor skills in a fun, safe and non-competitive environment. Sessions, taught by experienced volunteer instructors, include ice fishing, snowshoeing, basic map and compass skills, day hiking, self defense, basic pistol shooting, outdoor cooking, and turkey hunting.

All classes are geared toward beginners - no skill level required! Registration and payment must be received no later than Jan. BOW is a noncompetitive program in which each individual is encouraged to learn at her own pace. The emphasis is on the enjoy- ment, fun and camaraderie of outdoor activities, and sharing in the success of one another.

For registration forms and information on this and other BOW programs, visit www. Artists should submit work inspired by, or work which inspires reflection upon, the theme of water. Second and third place winners may also be published inside the issue. Any medium is welcome, as long as the digital representation submitted can be featured on Border Crossing's black and white cover. There is no fee for entries, which should be submit- ted online at the same site.

The deadline to enter is Leb. Apart from the cover art con- test, Border Crossing also accepts general submissions of visual art from artists residing in the U. Craig Gallery board and is an active member of the council. She maintains a studio and resides in Sault Ste.

For more information, contact Barbour at jbarbour lssu. The Bay Mills Child Development Center is currently accepting applications for the school year. Services include the Creative Curriculum, free Head Start from 8 - 2 p. The Bay Mills Indian community member retired after 36 years. Back when Carrick was in high school, he knew he wanted to get into the natural resource field. He always excelled and enjoyed any courses that had anything to do with field biology.

After Carrick graduated high school he went to Nicolet College in Wis. He took a one-year program in resource management and planned to con- tinue his education after working for the summer to get some first hand experience on the job.

His advisors told him of a sum- mer job opportunity in St. Ignace as a forestry technician which he began May 5, , but the job did not end there. In the summer of while working for a youth camp with the Youth Conservation Corp.

Marie district became available. Carrick took the job and has been there ever since. His duties there were more tailored towards recreation — working with the Point Iroquois Lighthouse, cleaning trails, and maintaining the campgrounds. He also aided with fire suppression, tree planting, and anything else that might come up. Marie District office for his office work.

Carrick said he has mixed feel- ings on retiring. Wolves no longer federally protected as of Jan. In Michigan, wolves will contin- ue to be protected by the state and will be handled according to already established guidelines, created with input from the Wolf Roundtable, an advisory group of diverse stake- holders from across the state. However, these laws were never put into effect as long as the species was considered federally endan- gered.

Once wolves are removed from the endangered species list, the DNR will continue to recommend nonlethal methods of control first, including flashing lights, flagging and noisemakers. In addition, the DNR administers a grant program that provides some funding to live- stock owners with depredation issues for improved fencing and guard animals such as llamas, don- keys and Great Pyrenees dogs.

There is no public hunting or trapping of wolves allowed in Michigan and DNR officials have not indicated any hunting seasons in the works. Michigan is home to approximately wolves, whereas Minnesota claims to have upwards of 3, The DNR and the U. Fish and Wildlife Service will investigate and continue vigorous prosecution of any wolf poaching cases.

The hunter kept the meat and antlers but left the rest of the car- cass for disposal by the processor. The DNR is trying to determine how the head ended up being used in the stunt. Author Keith Taylor makes a stop in Sault Ste. Professor Taylor teaches at the University of Michigan and was one of the featured authors at the U.

Book Tour last summer at Bayliss Public Library. Participants may bring their own lunch or purchase one in the Cisler Center. That evening at 7, Taylor will be at Bayliss Public Library, where he will speak about his new book of ghost stories, Ghost Writers: Taylor co-edited Ghost Writers with author Laura Kasischke.

They asked 12 celebrated Michigan writers to submit new stories on the theme of ghosts. The resulting collection is a mix of tales with diverse settings, tones, and styles.

Some are true stories written by non-believers, while others are fiction and can be funny, bittersweet, spooky, or sinister. All share Michigan as a setting. He has worked at various jobs, including as a bookseller in Ann Arbor for more than 20 years. He has pub- lished 10 books and won such awards as a fellow- ship in poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts. His books will be available for purchase and signing at his events.

All three events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact CCHS at cchs sault. M Sault Ml or www. At Bridge Sault Ste. ME Call today for an appointment: Marie Mi Open: M Brimley, Ml www. Each class performed a special Christmas song and the High School Band and Choir added their talents to the mix. Pictured above and below are the students from Mrs. At the far bottom, third grade students from Mrs.

Box Ashmun M Sault St. Open 7 Days A Week 8 a. Lunch will be served at noon. The free event is an opportunity for community members to take time from their busy lives to relax, learn and have fun, and is hosted by the cultural department and the Journey to Healing program.

Have breakfast at the barn The Sault Ste. Marie Snowmobile Association will hold a fundraiser the third Saturday of the next three months: Ask for a groomer ride as well. For more information, visit www. The play, written by Bernard Slade and directed by James Taylor, is about an adulterous couple who meet one weekend a year for 26 years. Show times are Thursday, Jan. Box office opens at 7 p. The play was written by Dan Goggin and will be directed by Lise White, with six female roles and one male role available.

No pre- pared material is required. Call Colleen at for further informa- tion or visit www. Adopt a black cat from now until Jan. Marie and is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.

The co-ed tournament allows no more than three men on the court. All proceeds will go toward the Jackie Leapley Scholarship Fund. Police looking for assistance The Sault Ste. Marie Police Department is investigating a fire that damaged a memorial gazebo in Sault Ste. Marie and a theft of cop- per wire from a cell phone tower site in Dafter. Sometime between Wednesday, Nov.

Marie sus- tained minor damage due to a fire of an unknown origin. The gazebo is normally left open to friends and family and does not have any elec- trical hazards or flammables that could have caused the fire without an outside ignition source.

Also, sometime between Thursday, Dec. Those with information about these crimes or any other crimes, are asked to contact Crime Stoppers by calling or visiting www. Snyder to deliver state budget proposal on Feb. Rick Snyder will present his budget proposal on Feb. Kurt Weiss said the Republican governor again will make the budg- et presentation himself, as he did last year, with Nixon aiding in the presentation. A location and other details still are being worked out.

The budget proposal covers the fiscal year that starts Oct. Critics say the governor's first budg- et took too much from public schools, universities, local governments and social services. The current budget also ended many tax breaks for individuals and specific businesses while lowering business taxes over- all. He'd like to tie at least some K funding in to student achievement, so school districts where students learn more get addition- al money. He plans to work with the Legislature to decide how best to measure what students are learning, he said.

The governor urged lawmakers last year to pass the budget quickly, and the GOP-controlled House and Senate complied by putting a budg- et in place by June 1, the earliest date in three decades. It's a model Snyder plans to say should be repeated this year. He's also expected to call for ending the guarantee of retiree health care for any new teachers hired in coming years, instead giving them a contribution toward their defined contribution retirement plans to cover health care costs when they retire.

The Senate Fiscal Agency anticipates state revenues will increase less than 1 percent in the fiscal year that starts Oct. Women seeking the opportunity to improve their outdoor skills are invited to register for the 12th annual Becoming an Outdoors- Woman BOW winter program in the Upper Peninsula. The program will be held in Big Bay on Feb.

Sponsored by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, this program offers instruction in more than a dozen kinds of indoor and outdoor activities, including cross-country skiing, dog sledding, ice fishing, fly tying, wilderness first aid, wood burning and more. The program takes place at Bay Cliff Health Camp, a universally accessible facility, located in a pic- turesque wooded setting overlook- ing Lake Superior approximately 30 miles north of Marquette.

Cole Tadgerson shot this pound, 6x6, after being in the field no more than 10 minutes on open- ing day. He shot it with a. Subscribe to Bay Mills News! Send your check or money order to: Bay Mills News W. Participants will be housed in a dorm- style facility with amenities including a sauna and hiking trails with access to Lake Superior.

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshops are for women, 18 and older, who wish to learn outdoor skills in a relaxed, noncompetitive atmosphere. The winter BOW pro- gram also includes special evening programs during the weekend event. Early registration is recom- mended as the program fills quick- ly each year. Class information and registration materials are available online at www.

For more informa- tion, contact Sharon Pitz at the DNR office in Marquette at or send an e-mail to pitzs michigan. Many other outdoors programs for women are scheduled across Michigan. To learn more about these additional opportunities, check the BOW website or contact Sue Tabor at ; e-mail: Runs Domestic Freight Job Details: Come talk to NFI Canada and apply in person: Call Aron at Lakeshore Drive Open Mon - Fri: Be safe on winter roads!

Coupon has no cash value. Must be present to win. Not valid if copied. One coupon per person. Management reserves all rights. The International Bridge project took 18 months to complete and was no easy feat. One of the biggest challenges was the weather as wind gusts hit 40 mph and temperatures dipped well below zero in the win- ter months.

Another challenge was making the bridge tall enough to accommodate shipping traffic from below as it crosses the St. Prior to the bridge, traffic was managed by a ferry system. Today, nearly 2 million vehicles cross the bridge annually making it a key fac- tor in merging international com- merce.

To date, more than 93 mil- lion vehicles have crossed the bridge. Blue and red lights decorate the U. According to IBA General Manager Phil Becker, hanging of the lights was a large endeavor that took many months to complete, but was done safely.

The lights will remain in place as long as they are functional. The bridge itself is 2. Unlike other bridges, the International Bridge operates solely upon toll revenues and does not receive state, federal funding or provincial funding. Marie International Bridge is one of the only crossing points among miles of shared border between the U.

Even those holding a state medical marijuana card are in violation if they carry or use marijuana with- in reservation boundaries, as Bay Mills abides by federal law, which currently makes possession or use of marijuana a criminal offense. For motorcyclists traveling in the area, Bay Mills Police have the ability to cite individuals civilly for violating the tribal helmet ordinance.

In response to growing concerns over the trend of synthetic drugs, such as bath salts and K2 synthet- ic marijuana , Bay Mills Executive Council recently took action to ban these types of drugs on the reser- vation as well. They have been removed from store shelves in Chippewa County and were recently made illegal in the state by Michigan Gov. Another ordinance that recently changed was the blood alcohol limit in Bay Mills, bringing it in line with Michigan state law. Those with a BAC of.

This eliminates any disparity for officers between on and off reservation stops. Area residents will soon be asked to contribute toward the much-needed repairs, but school administration has come up with a method to save them some money. The school board has approved requesting 1. Goehmann said he has used the sinking fund method at other school districts he has worked for, but this will be the first time Brimley School has presented this alternative method to taxpayers.

Since roofing replacement was an unexpected expense, it was not in the budget; the board determined that a sinking fund would be the least costly method for the school and taxpayers to bear. There would be a substantial savings by using the sinking fund to raise the necessary funds rather than a bond. State law allows a district to only levy a sinking fund millage of up to 5 mills and for no longer than 20 years. The tax is levied each year and the revenue generated from this levy is used to make the repairs identified by the district.

By law, the State of Michigan has requirements for public school districts that fund repairs through sinking fund millage levies. The law specifies what is considered an allowable use and what report- ing and audit requirements are expected. If it is found that the funds from a sinking fund millage were not used in accordance with the requirements outlined in the law, a district will forfeit any addition- al millage revenues from the sinking fund levy and will not be allowed to levy that sinking fund millage again.

The millage includes several past school issues, which added 1. If voted in, the sinking fund will add another 1. The head of maintenance at the school has found several punc- tures in the roofing of the elementary and middle school building, said Goehmann, and has had to place buckets to catch leaks during heavy rainfall. The new high school building in contrast, has a pitched roof cov- ered in shingles with a year warranty.

Only the roofs of the older building are in need of repairs and will be replaced with PVC mem- brane again. The proposal will be added to the annual state primary election to be held Aug. It is up to voters to decide whether Brimley students will continue to have raindrops falling on their heads.

Most events will begin at noon, while softball games will begin at 10 a. This all day event is geared towards all ages. There will be games for children, Euro Bungee Jump, prizes, and food and drink for everyone. The annual softball tourney will recognize the teams with the most team spirit and best uniforms.

The boxcar competition will begin between 6 and 8 p. Be creative with your entry to earn a prize. Live music will start in the afternoon and continue throughout the evening. In addition to events at the ball diamond, this year tribal elder Web Kinney will be holding an archery shoot at the charter school with bows and arrows being supplied. All children must leave the event by 9 p. No pets are allowed. Employees are being reminded they cannot call in to attend the event.

Anyone with questions about the event can contact the Human Resources Department. Dancers from across the country attended. For more photos, see page First local officer recruited by Michigan State Police to serve as a S. Endorsed by past Sheriffs Case, Berkompas and Moran. Certified Corrections Officer, Deputized with U. Activities that would be authorized for Homeland Security, if approved, would include surveillance activ- ities, construction of roads and buildings, and use of aircraft.

Border Patrol itself has no interest in gaining control of the lands. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, both of which reside along the international border shared with Canada. The House Committee specifically rejected language exempting tribal land from the bill. The bill was sent to the Senate on June 20 for con- sideration and has been referred to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

The financial cost of running a polit- ical campaign has been more than my family and I can bear. I must express my deep apologies to all my very loyal supporters during this campaign. Terry is battling esophageal cancer and is currently under treatment.

Dinner will include burgers, brats, salads, desserts and a drink. For more information contact Tammy Ellis al Box 43, Brimley MI All Kewadin Sites Friday August 17, winners in one day!

Carl Levin Before the July 4th holiday, the Senate took several important steps in three important policy areas to move our nation forward. Our last action before the holiday was to pass a single bill that prevented a pending student-loan interest rate hike that would have made college less affordable for American stu- dents and their families; made important investments in our roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure; and reauthorizes the flood insurance program that pro- vides security to millions of Americans.

The first item, the student loan provisions, met a critical deadline. We averted a looming increase in student loan interest rates that would have taken effect July 1.

That interest rate was scheduled to double, an increase that Americans already struggling to pay for higher education simply could not afford. Extending the current 3. Investing in transportation infra- structure creates jobs and improves our international competitiveness.

The bill will create or preserve an estimated 3 million jobs nationwide. Funding transportation infrastructure improvements at robust levels is one of the most obvious things we can do to help boost the U. Of special importance to the Great Lakes region, the bill includ- ed a provision directing the Corps of Engineers to accelerate its feasi- bility study of preventing the trans- fer of aquatic invasive species, such as the destructive Asian carp, between the basins of the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes.

While the Corps is planning to produce an interim report at the end of , this provision would require a full feasibility report that would also include a recommenda- tion for implementing preventative measures. The conference agreement includes a provision regarding har- bor maintenance that is based on an amendment to the Senate trans- portation bill.

This is the first time we have addressed harbor mainte- nance in a transportation bill, and including this language will help elevate this important issue and strengthen momentum to use trust fund receipts for harbor mainte- nance. On the third important issue, the bill will provide some much need- ed equity to Michigan and other states through a five-year reautho- rization of the National Flood Insurance Program.

Michigan residents have paid over six times more in premiums than they have received in payouts from the National Flood Insurance Program. We must correct this dis- parity, and the bill we passed takes some steps to do so in requiring premiums that reflect the true risk of flooding. It will also end subsidized rates for vacation homes and businesses located in high risk areas, many of which have received subsidized rates for more than 30 years.

The Internet, mental illness and you Tyrades! According to the article, there is now a growing body of evidence that our fascination with the Internet, smartphones, video games and related technology has become a clinical ADDICTION.

I admit to experiencing a certain endorphin rush when I Google my name and see that some newspaper has been kind enough to print one of my columns, and then becoming irritable when I have to wait for new stimuli. But is this unique to electronic social media? Does it really differ from Delores becoming anxious when Madge is late bringing juicy neigh- borhood gossip to the backyard fence? Not only do social media rob us of exercise, nature appreciation and face-to-face human contact, but supposedly our hunger for email, Facebook posts, and Twitter tweets is rewiring the human brain — and not in a good way.

I refuse to take any responsibility for the health of your cerebral cortex if you use the old Saber-toothed tiger burial ground to start a garden.

I hear plans for a federal addiction-breaking czar are in the works. Strategies call for addicts to be swept up and forced to chat on the front porch, lis- ten to the warbling of non-angry birds and share warm family memories around the supper table. Of course things could backfire. The clock is ticking. Lakeshore Drive Brimtey, Ml Phone: The next deadline is Thursday, Aug.

Shannon Jones, Associate Editor: Shariene Myers, Contributing Writers: These criminals are non-Native men. Instead they remain free to go after the next victim or the same one, time after time.

The epidemic of violence against women on tribal lands is stag- gering; 34 percent of American Indian and Alaska Native women will be raped in their lifetimes, 39 percent will experience domes- tic violence, and as a Department of Justice study found, non- Indians commit 88 percent of these heinous crimes. Tribal justice systems are the most appropriate entities to root out these crimi- nals, yet they are the ones with tied hands— restricted by antiquat- ed jurisdictional laws established by the U.

Over the last few weeks, we have seen members of Congress from both sides of the aisle work to pass a law that would give tribes the authority over these criminals; the Violence Against Women Act. The proposed tribal provisions of the law, passed with bipartisan support in the Senate, are now being left out of the main House of Representatives version of VAWA.

The reality is the tribal provisions of VAWA are fully constitu- tional and offer every safeguard provided by U. In a recent letter to Congress, 50 leading U. At the core of the letter, the lawyers highlighted the Supreme Court case law supporting Congressional authority and the requisite safe guards of the provisions offered to every defendant. The Supreme Court in U. They are limited to only crimes of domestic violence or dating violence committed in Indian country, where the defendant is a spouse or established intimate partner of a tribal member.

Defendants prosecuted under these provisions would be entitled to the full array of constitutional protections: Finally, any non-Indian defendant prosecuted under these new provisions has the right to a trial by jury drawn from sources that do not systematically exclude any distinctive group in the commu- nity, including non-Indians. These provisions offer tribal governments and the United States an opportunity to advance our cause together and root out this epi- demic of violence.

If Congress removes the restrictions placed on tribal governments, tribal law enforcement, and tribal courts, Native and non-Native communities alike will have the means to protect our women and remove criminals from our lands. We are ready to work together to end this violence. Yet, it is Congress that must take the first step to remove the restrictions placed on tribal governments. When Congress does act, it is my hope that it will be to allow our governments and justice systems to stand together to keep every American and Native American, safe, and demonstrate our commitment to our greatest shared value: Governor of the Chickasaw Nation, located in Oklahoma.

Interested in writing a column for Bay Mills News? E-mail us your ideas or questions to newspaper bmic. When the sewer project began in , city officials thought it only made sense to improve the area as a whole at the same time.

The end result is a walkway with stone benches, landscaping, and most notably 33 panels that stretch from the Ojibway Hotel to the Water Street Historic Homes that display how the city of Sault Ste.

While there was an abundance of information out there about the history, making sure it was accurate was another matter. On July 12 the final product was unveiled and opened to the public in a ceremony opened by Sault Ste.

Marie Mayor Anthony Bosbous. Nebel also addressed the crowd and said he hopes this will be a place that people gather, learn and enjoy for years to come. One of the first projects the tribes collaborat- ed with the city, state, and federal government on in Sault Ste. Marie y s history. This coop- eration paved the way for further projects. Please join us wmmm Sunday, Aug. RSVP by July 25 to the parish office at - - Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow announced earlier this month.

Marie and surrounding communities. With our Credit Builder Loan Program, we are making personal loans available to Individuals with credit problems or no credit. Take advantage of this opportunity to improve your financial future. Call us at or stop in to see a friendly loan officer. Estimated monthly payment on a 1 2 month loan at 4. Certain requirements and restrictions may apply. No one is denied based on credit history, but member must not have ever caused a financial loss to Soo Co-op Credit Union.

All proceeds from the loan are deposited into the borrower's share account for collateral until the loan has been repaid. Once the loan has been paid in full, the borrower is free to withdraw the funds.

When loan is paid in full, you may qualify for additional loan products. We are proposing a new tax levy of 1. This levy will be collected for 3 years only, and will be spent each summer to replace a section of the roof as shown in the schedule above. This roof replacement project using the Sinking Fund idea would save the taxpayers all of that interest and fees. Below is the proposal as it will appear on the ballot. History Award On June 23, Dr. Arbic, of Sault Ste.

Marie, was awarded the Charles Folio Award, which is presented each year to an individual who has made an out- standing contribution to the preservation and promotion of Upper Peninsula history. For the past two decades, Arbic has devoted his time to a variety of projects that have preserved the history of Chippewa County and made that history both exciting and accessible to the general pub- lic. Starting with his first book, Sugar Island Sampler , Arbic has authored six books on Upper Peninsula history and has published several articles in Michigan History and Lake Superior magazines.

Most recently, he served as chair and lead writer for the City of Sault Ste. Airport Road in St. As one facet of the program they were able to purchase an abundance of bicycles for commu- nity use. The bikes are stored at the Bay Mills Medical Center and range from street bikes to moun- tain bikes to tandem bikes. Take a bike, get out of the car and experience life around you. The program runs similarly to that of a library.

An individual can go into the Medical Center and check out a bike for an hour or for a week. After that they can call in to Angie LeBlanc at Community Health and request another week if so desired. The program began in June and has been a great success thus far. The community seems very excited about the program and have been using the bicycles on a daily basis, according to LeBlanc. Just 30 min- utes of riding a bicycle burns calories, increases muscle tone, and helps reduce stress.

The program is open to all community members, not just tribal members. For more information about the program or how to get a bicycle call A snapshot of health conditions highlights the critical need for improving health care in Indian Country; Native people suffer from higher rates of dia- betes and related illness, heart disease, and substance abuse than any other group. For example, it includes: The passage of the IHCIA on March 23, represented a fourteen year long effort by NCAI, tribal leaders, and advo- cates to make permanent the leg- islative commitment by the feder- al government to deliver health care for American Indian and Alaska Natives.

The clinic is experiencing a high number of no call, no shows. Thanh you for your cooperation. Men who breathe diesel fumes and watch every step they take on shifting decks. Men who battle the elements, wrestle with runaway vessels, fight fatigue and sometimes risk all in the struggle to make a liv- ing.

They are tugboat men, sailors in constant combat with the deadly storms and hazards of the Great Lakes — men who work against the clock, fighting thick ice forming in every direction under treacherous winter condi- tions — winds whip so fierce it could knock an entire crew off deck in the blink of an eye.

The lakes continue to be a thriving industrial highway that delivers nearly million tons of cargo to the heart of America. But for the months leading up to the dead of winter, only a few courageous men dare to brave these turbulent waters, where winds can hit 70 miles an hour, and waves over 30 feet high.

For some, the tug business is the family heritage. The main characters are: He lost his grand- father and a brother in tugboat accidents. Their bodies were never recovered. He has followed in the foot- steps of his father, a tug captain who dropped him off on a boat on Christmas Eve when he was He never looked back.

Mike Ojard — A dream- er and a doer, Mike has put his money and sometimes his life on the line in Duluth, Minn, to start a tug company on Lake Superior, the deadliest and wildest of all five Great Lakes. He has enlisted a corps of vol- unteers from his circle of family and friends to carve out a piece of the tug trade on Superior.

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