Daily Archives: July 26, 2018

Michigan Man Found Guilty in Slaying, Victim’s Body Dismembered « Detroit News Watch

MUSKEGON (AP) — A western Michigan man has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the slaying of another man whose dismembered body was found in a national forest by duck hunters. A judge in Muskegon announced the verdict Wednesday for 29-year-old Anthony Blamer of Fremont following a bench trial last week. Blamer testified that he shot 24-year-old D’Anthony Keenan ...

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‘Dangerous Holes Down In Valley’ « Detroit News Watch

By Dan Reardon The RBC Canadian Open trails the Open Championship in Scotland by a week and precedes the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the PGA Championship, the season’s last major, in two of the next three weeks. So even 100+ years of tournament history can’t necessarily compete with a player’s desire to be rested and on form for the most significant ...

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Dozens Rescued From Small Island Amid Lake Superior Waves « Detroit News Watch

MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP (AP) — Authorities say they rescued dozens of people from a small island off of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula after weather kicked up waves in Lake Superior. The Marquette County sheriff’s office says deputies responded Tuesday night to a call that several hikers were stranded on Little Presque Isle. WLUC-TV reports they spotted a large number of people on ...

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Bill Schuette’s Unprecedented Crusade Against Voters’ Rights –  Deadline Detroit

The writer was a 52nd District Court judge in Novi and assistant state attorney general.  He’s chief financial officer of the Justice Speakers Institute and a Deadline Detroit contributor. By Brian MacKenzie Since gerrymandering benefits political insiders, as I pointed out in a recent column, it should come as no surprise that Citizen’s Protecting Michigan’s Constitution (CPMC) challenged ...

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