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    Michigan basketball is in rare territory as a consistent inside presence is the missing piece to the Wolverines’ postseason success puzzle. Despite earning a 2016 NCAA Tournament bid, the Wolverines didn't do enough in postseason play to satisfy the Michigan faithful’s desire to enjoy a deep March run. Michigan fans are well aware of the Wolverines' wild success in the tournament preceding this year’s first round loss to Notre Dame. Arguably the best backcourt in the nation in 2013, Tim Hardaway

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    Ford Field In Michigan

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    Michigan was first owned by Paris until a group of Native Americans had lost a battle to the fallen timbers and the New U.S took control of Michigan. Michigan had become a state on Jan.26, 1837 and was the 26th state to join the U.S. When iron and copper were found in Upper Peninsula impetus was created for the construction of the Soo Locks which was completed. The Soo locks are parallel locks that enables ships to travel between Lake Superior and other Great Lakes. In 1850 there was a population

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    The Michigan legislature has been considering an iGaming bill that may result in Michigan being the next US state to implement iGaming. While iGaming would be a new step for Michigan, the state already has some experience with forms of gaming on the internet. Michigan was one of the first states to implement an iLottery, and it proved to be a popular venture. Over 276,000 residents of Michigan have opened iLottery accounts and hundreds of thousands of tickets are sold per day through the iLottery

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    of Flint, Michigan was struck by a water crisis. The first thing residents noticed after the Flint River began flowing through their taps were the colors. The color was constantly changing blue one day than you began to see tints of green and sometimes even some brown. Next came the smell the Flint people said that it was

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    Detroit, Michigan was originally settled as a French fur trading post that turned into a military post. It was turned over to the British in 1760 after they lost the French and Indian War. In 1796, the British lost Detroit to U.S. forces. Most of this history was lost when a fire destroyed the city in 1805. The invention of the steamboat and the building of the Erie Canal provided efficient access to Detroit through the Detroit River. The city grew rapidly and was incorporated in 1815, even before

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    Michigan Water

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    Water Essay The state of Michigan has so many interesting facts. Those facts include the well-known Great Lakes and how it Influences the population and the environment. Also, an important fact is that Michigan came into being through erosion and the formation from huge glaciers. Over the years, many plants and animals came into existence in the both the Upper Peninsula and Lower Peninsula. The state is one of leaders in the areas of production and manufacturing. Natives and settlers

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    The land of Michigan has been hugely impacted by water throughout its entire formation. Michigan’s land is very diverse, the Upper Peninsula is surrounded by water and has many inland lakes but also has many mountains. The Lower Peninsula is much flatter, especially near the southern part of Michigan. All of these land structures were caused by water affecting the environment. The cycle of water, movement through all of the different forms of water, affects the land in all ways and each form that

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    My Visit To Michigan

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    If I had a ticket to go anywhere, I would go to Michigan state for the reasons that it has been a dream of mine for a undoubtedly long amount of time. It has been a dream of mine because a bunch of my friends talk about how great it is, how cold winter is, along with how lovely the lakes are. I love cold weather as much as I love water. Michigan being known for its great lakes has the largest freshwater coast in country 3,288 miles of shoreline. Oh the refreshing water against your skin during the

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    like we do in Michigan brings a lot of advantages. We have a great amount of water, unlike much of the United States. Water has shaped Michigan to its shape over the past thousands of years. The total area of Michigan is 96,716 miles squared. The total surface of the Great Lakes is 94,250 miles squared. Michigan is surrounded by 4 of the 5 Great Lakes like shown in figure 1. The Great Lakes include Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, and Lake Erie. Water has shaped Michigan to the shape

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    household is safe to drink and toxic free? For the people in Flint, Michigan, it is too late for many have been already affected by such toxicity in their water supply. Toxic chemicals in our environment must be better controlled and America’s infrastructure must be properly repaired. This is an urgent need and the elected leaders must be held accountable for any neglect of this most important issue. The events that happened in Flint, Michigan, has caused this topic to be quite controversial because of the

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