|The newly completed
timber bridge Huron Pines installed at Schmallers Road allows Hunt Creek to flow naturally through the crossing and grants trout access to more than 10 miles of upstream habitat.
Huron Pines installs timber bridge over Hunt Creek
Conservation organization Huron Pines has completed the fourth in a series of road/stream crossing restoration projects reconnecting vital coldwater habitat on two tributaries of the Thunder Bay River. >>
More staff needed to increase MCCOA client services
Client services from the Montmorency County Commission on Aging could be increased with more staff. >>
Treasury reminds military members about special benefits
In honor of Veterans’ Day, this year, the Michigan Department of Treasury reminded current and former military members of special benefits they may be entitled to receive. >>
Full obituaries are in the Tribune print & paid online edition
John H. Neuenfelt
Louise I. Boger
Richard H. Johnson
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