Watertown Daily Times
Power flows for first time at Potsdam hydro plant, but roadblocks remain
The village's long-delayed West Dam Hydro Plant generated power for the first time during testing Wednesday morning, although a problem with the plant's vibration sensors means the village is not quite ready to produce power on a regular basis.
Scenic portion of M-116 to be dedicated to fallen Michigan State...
If all goes as planned, a beautiful stretch of Michigan road will be dedicated to fallen Michigan State Police Trooper Paul K. Butterfield II.
State Charges Former Track Coach With Sex Crimes
A former assistant track coach at a northern Michigan middle school has turned himself in after being charged with attempting to solicit sex from students.
Fire completely destroys farmhouse
The Bear Lake Township Fire Department responded to the call at about 4:30am Wednesday to find the house on Glovers Lake Road fully engulfed.
Great Lakes levels rise, but slump hasn't ended
In this Nov. 16, 2012 file photo, the white streaks on a steel breakwall show the normal water level on Portage Lake at Onekama, Mich., which is connected by a channel to Lake Michigan.