March 25, 2014
Mushroom hunting is going high-tech this spring with drones equipped with special thermalfungal imaging cameras. (Story in this week's Straitsland Resorter.)
The Krueger family, Sara, John and daughter Emma, have been collecting sap and boiling it down to maple syrup at their sap shack in Hebron Township. Sara began boiling syrup with her father, John Parrott, when she wasn't much older than Emma is now. (Story in this week's Straitsland Resorter.)
The Cheboygan County Sheriff's Department now has two canine units, which will allow the department to have a dog available on all night shifts. Sheriff Dale Clarmont introduced the canines and their handlers at Tuesday's Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners meeting. (Story in this week's Straitsland Resorter.)
Video ClipsJacob Brendly hits winning shot vs. Onaway, crowd goes wild Paula Bushinski finishes setting a new world record for holding a plank position Tuesday, Feb. 17 trailer fire on Nabanois Street IL Hoops dish and basket
Stories in this week's Resorter
- Turning sap to syrup is a multi-generation family tradition.
- Drone technology to revolutionize mushroom hunting.
- Sheriff announces addition of second canine unit.
- New programs meet individual needs of Inland Lakes students.
- Police come to rescue of duck in distress.
- Commissioners split on support of Mullett Township grant request.
- Commissioners presented with report that includes shoreline zoning recommendations.
- How do geese choose a goose to fly the point position?
- Donald E. Witgen