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The Catch: Cruising the Great Lakes-
“This past summer was a record-setting year for cruise ships in the Great Lakes, and that’s meant a lot more tourists coming to the region. It’s also meant economic development for cities in the region.”
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Coastal craft beers come to Lake Superior-
Ontario’s microbreweries are teaming up for an ale trail or IPA itinerary for tourists and locals.
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A look back on Queen Elizabeth’s Great Lakes tour-
Following the news of her passing, local news organizations reported on the late queen’s special connection to the region.
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Detroit and Toronto among Time Magazine’s “50 Greatest Places”-
Two Great Lakes cities are among an international news magazine’s top destinations for 2022. How many have you been to?
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Wisconsin court bats down challenge to Kohler golf course-
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that a conservation group couldn’t challenge an agency’s decision to sell state park land for the construction of a golf course along the shores of Lake Michigan.
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JEWEL OF THE GREAT LAKES: Keeping pollutants out-
Spring showers may bring spring flowers, but they can also carry pollutants into the lake that provides Alpena’s drinking water and many tourism dollars.