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BRIDGE CLOSING? Independence is Vital, Irreplaceable Truck Route
by Dave Rogers   August 19, 2016  
jahr2d2 Says:     On August 22, 2016 at 02:56 AM
The closing of Independence Bridge would make the mooring of the USS Edson obsolete. The ship would be pigeon holed on the Saginaw River.

This would take away a through route of seeing the Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum Ship from the bridge. It also would make for more complicated GPS directions to locate the ship.

If the City of Bay City and the State of Michigan close the bridge they should pay for the docking of the USS Edson to Downtown Bay City. The ship is becoming the number one tourist attraction in Bay City and in Michigan.
ANDY THE GREAT: When Bay City's Karpus Stunned the Pro Football World
by Dave Rogers   August 13, 2016  
Anonymous     On August 25, 2016 at 10:49 PM
Count me as one of the few who bought the book (at the Webster House in Bay City). I believe I read it in one sitting. Karpus's story is deserving of a wider audience, and I agree with Mr. Rogers that it could work well as a film, albeit one without a happy ending. There's a ready-made audience for stories about self-destructive anti-heroes who, though talented and not entirely lacking in humanity, simply cannot ignore the devils on their shoulders. Film or no film, I'm thankful that Mr. Rogers took the time to preserve Karpus's tragic tale for the handful of us fortunate enough to come across it.
SWIMMING IN RIO: How I Nearly Drowned But Escaped Brazil in 1970
by Dave Rogers   August 11, 2016  
tennis1960 Says:     On August 24, 2016 at 10:35 PM
Great read once again.....you taught me well and I know you couldn't swim anyway. Thank god you didn't drown in south america otherwise I would not know how to play and teach tennis. Thanks Dad !
TREE CUTTING QUESTIONS: Consumers Energy Line Clearance Work Controversial
by Dave Rogers   November 18, 2012  
blhailston Says:     On August 25, 2016 at 12:31 PM
I have 2 large tall Ash trees near power lines that died over the winter. Would Consumers remove them as a normal course of line area maintenance or would I be charged for the removal?

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