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Gary Middendorf/for Sun-Times Media Derrick Miramontes has been a thorn in the side of the Windy City ThunderBolts throughout his Frontier League career. That continued Thursday as the Southern Illinois Miners closer thwarted a late T-Bolts rally
Michigan is fourth in the nation in the share of its workforce associated with industries that develop freshwater technology and services or are highly dependent on plentiful and clean water, according to a report released Thursday. More News From
It feels like a month since the Wild was eliminated and it's been two weeks...Basically, all is quiet right now as much of the staff has headed to Toronto for the NHL draft combine. GM Chuck Fletcher has mainly been continuing his exit meetings with
Department of Agriculture is teaming with businesses, nonprofits and others on a five-year, $2.4 billion program that will fund locally designed soil and water conservation projects nationwide, Secretary Tom Vilsack said. Authorized by the new farm
Torres played in his 287th straight ThunderBolts game, setting a Frontier League record.
Traverse City 2, Thunderbolts 0 Recap: Windy City was held to one hit, Nick Latta's two-out single in the third inning, and lost to the Beach Bums Saturday night in Traverse City, Michigan. ThunderBolts starter Markus Solbach (1-1) allowed two runs (
They certainly had one Thursday, committing five errors and allowing seven unearned runs as the Lake Erie Crushers rolled to a 12-4 win in front of 2,352 fans on a School Day at Standard Bank Stadium in Crestwood. We definitely weren't as crisp as we
An Urbanite's Dilemma The view from the top of a kitchen compost bin. In 2012, only 5% of the nearly 40 million tons of food waste generated in the United States was composted. Photo credit: Ari Moore / Flickr Back in college I went to visit my older
Munson Healthcare in Traverse City is acquiring two northern Michigan hospitals. Munson said Wednesday it will become owner of Mercy Hospital Cadillac and Mercy Hospital in Grayling...The deal also includes purchase of the Mercy Manor long-term care
The superintendent of Traverse City Area Public Schools has agreed to repay more than half of $24,800 in taxpayer money that Michigan Secretary of State officials determined was misspent by administrators during a 2012 bond millage campaign.