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Stocking allows Michigan to once again talk turkey
When the first European settlers reached what is now Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, wild turkeys were fairly common. These large birds, native to North America, thrived in the mix of hardwood and conifer forests, open meadows, and marshes.

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High school baseball stats: 4/18
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Scoreboard: 4/18

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Tigers get back on track
DETROIT — Before the Tigers brushed aside the Indians 7-5 on Thursday, Brad Ausmus said he was not ready to jump off a bridge.

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Golembiewski seals Whitmer win
Ian Golembiewski has a new nickname.

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Hens clipped by Columbus
Here’s how you know the Mud Hens were desperate to get a little offense going Thursday: Mike Hessman stole a base.

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UT’s Campbell mulling over minor depth issues
Among Matt Campbell’s top concerns coming out of spring ball is depth at linebacker. Backing up his veteran starters is a mixture of freshmen and non-scholarship players.

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Speed an advantage against Bruins
BOSTON — The Boston Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy by leading the NHL with 117 points.

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Walleye continue to draw crowd
A total of 1,129,697 fans have attended Toledo Walleye games since the team's inaugural season in 2009.

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No fear for runners as Boston nears
Two local runners were sitting at a sports bar in March of 2013, shortly after completing a half-marathon.


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