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The snowmobile racing season is here. One race in the Empire pays homage to Roy Taghon, a northern Michigan man who inspired the next generation's love for snowmobiling.
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  • Every year, more than 50,000 cars hit deer in Michigan. When the deer is killed, some of the carcasses are claimed by the drivers and others are donated or landfilled. But what happens to the ones that are left to decompose?
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    “I’ve gotten more calls this year than I’ve ever gotten for people looking for wholesale trees,” said Jamie Helsel, who owns a Christmas tree farm in McBain. “They can’t find ‘em.”