1. Lamborne Insurance Agency - Points and Accidents

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    Lamborne Insurance Agency - Points and Accidents: An explanation of how insurance companies charge for tickets and accidents and how long it stays on our auto insurance policies.

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    • Lamborne Insurance Agency - Personal Insurance Protection

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      Lamborne Insurance Agency - Personal Insurance Protection: Explains what the PIP coverage is on an auto policy in Michigan.

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      • Lamborne Insurance Agency - Water Backup Coverage

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        Lamborne Insurance Agency - Water Backup Coverage: Explanation of what Water backup coverage is for your homeowners policy.

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        • Lamborne Insurance Agency - Replacement Cost and Personal Property

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          Lamborne Insurance Agency - Replacement Cost: Explanation of what replacement cost coverage is for your dwelling and personal property under homeowners or renters insurance policies.

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          • Lamborne Insurance Agency - Homeowners Liability and Medical Payments

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            Lamborne Insurance Agency - Homeowners Liability and Medical Payments: Explanation of what liability and medical payments to other is on your home insurance policy.

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            • Lamborne Insurance Agency - Claim Service

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              Lamborne Insurance Agency - Claim Service - Explanation of our excellent claims service

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              • Critton Films

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                My great grandfather, Glen Waldo Critton (1883-abt. 1967 ), a Realtor, filmed these movies of his family: wife, Helen and daughters, Mary (my Nana, 1921-2009), Audrey, Doris, and Sally. The film, shot in the 1930s, shows the girls swimming at their summer home in Manistique in Upper Peninsula, Michigan, and it also shows them at their home in Gross Point Park, Michigan. I received this movie from my mother when her mother, Mary Critton (Smith) passed away. I love being from Michigan. ~Chrissine Rios

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                • New Haven High School Safe and Supportive Schools Program

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                  New Haven High School received a federal grant for a Safe and Support Schools program. The program focuses on mixing academics with techniques for anti bullying, healthy life style choices, and other areas that are needed to improve student learning.

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                  • U.S. Forest Service Botanist Jan Schultz: Fighting Invasive Weeds in Midwest including Upper Peninsula/Restoring Native Plants

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                    (Marquette, MI) – The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) is working with youth, Native American tribes and many groups to fight invasive plants – and restore indigenous vegetation that is best for pollinators like bees and butterflies Invasive (non-native) plants are choking out natural flora and fauna – and are one of many reasons that one-third of pollinators have disappeared On a cold wind-driven rainy fall day in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula just blocks from the roaring waves of Lake Superior, a conference was held for the many federal, state and local agencies and organizations that are on the front line of the fight to eradicate all forms of invasive species. The menace is as tricky as it is widespread and costly to stop – invasive species ride on the wind, float on the water and find all forms of human transportation to creep their way across the Midwest – and the entire country. From stubborn non-native weeds that travel with and on unsuspecting tourists to aquatic life like Zebra mussels that hitch a ride on ore boats and ocean freighters. USFS Eastern Region Botanist Jan Schultz was the keynote speaker on Tues., Oct. 16, 2012 at the Rapid Response Invasive Plant Intervention Team of the U.P. (RIPP IT UP) Third Annual Northern Great Lakes Conference named “A United Front against Invasive Species” in the Marquette Masonic Lodge and Center. The Marquette, Michigan presentation by Schultz titled “An Overview of Just How Far We’ve Come in the Battle against Invasive Species” was watched by many USFS employees and several groups assisting in the fight to stop invasive non-native weeds that are choking out all forms of wildlife. Schultz is the USFS Non-native Invasive Species and Special Forest Products Program Leader stationed in Milwaukee, WI. The hosts of the conference are one of the main northern Michigan groups fighting Invasives – and the group has a catching acronym for their long name: RIPP IT UP stands for Rapid Response Invasive Plant Intervention Team of the U.P. Related info/websites/contacts: Rapid Response Invasive Plant Intervention Team of the U.P. (RIPP IT UP) www.garlicmustardchallenge2010.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/rrip-it-up-rapid-response-invasive-plant-intervention-team-upper-peninsula www.uprcd.org/uprcd3157921.asp www.abc10up.com/invasive-plants-conference Darcy Rutkowski 906-225-0215 darcy.rutkowski@uprcd.org Stephanie Blumer 906-643-7900 ext. 155 sblumer@fs.fed.us Tesha Zimmerman 906-632-5575 tzimmerman@saulttribe.net Lynn Steiner Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coordinator c/o Dickinson Conservation District 102 North Hooper St. Kingsford, MI 49802-4548 906-239-2560 wildriverscwma@gmail.com 2006 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI), an interagency program led by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)/United States Forest Service (USFS) FY 2011 Accomplishments Fighting Invasive Species in the Upper Mid-West USFS Eastern Region 9 Non-Native Invasive Species (NNIS) Report www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/invasives/documents/FY2011EasternRegionNNISReport.pdf www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5387670.pdf Fighting Invasive Species through Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMA) Region 9 CWMAs - Assisted by Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) USFS Eastern Region Success story By Jan Schultz The GLRI action plan (2010 - 2014) was developed by a task force of 16 federal departments and agencies to implement this initiative and provides accountability by including measures of progress and benchmarks for success. It calls for aggressive efforts to address five urgent priority focus areas: Cleaning up toxics and toxic hot spot areas of concern Combating invasive species Promoting near-shore health by protecting watersheds from polluted run-off Restoring wetlands and other habitats Working with strategic partners on outreach This historic opportunity has allowed several R9 Forests to establish and grow their Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMA) providing: Education and awareness Prevention Early detection Rapid response Monitoring Integrated pest management CWMA Map (87 CWMAs in Midwest, Northeast) www.na.fs.fed.us/fhp/invasive_plants/cwma CWMA Cookbook: A Recipe for Success www.mipn.org/CWMACookbook2011.pdf USFS www.fs.fed.us www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers Larry Stritch USDA USFS National Botanist Washington, D.C. 202-205-1279 lstritch@fs.fed.us Jan Schultz, USFS E. Region 9 Botanist Milwaukee, WI 414-297-1189 jschultz@fs.fed.us Larry Heady R9 Tribal Relations Specialist 414-297-3777 lheady@fs.fed.us Stephanie Blumer R9 Botanist 906-643-7900 Ext. 155 sblumer@fs.fed.us Hiawatha National Forest Gladstone, MI 906-428-5800 HiawathaNF@fs.fed.us www.fs.usda.gov/hiawatha Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest Northwoods CWMA www.northwoodscwma.org

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                    • 76-year-old woman held hostage by Godzilla the Wild Turkey

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                      Godzilla the Wild Turkey was given that name by Edna Geisler, 69 because he's been terrorizing her for over two weeks. Godzilla is very territorial & guards "his" area where Geisler's home happens to be. She is often chased to & from her car. Eric Seals/Detroit Free Press

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