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Mike H

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  • Birthday 01/13/1958

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    North end of the Keweenaw, Mi.
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    Hunting/Fishing,Vintage Equipment, Idaho Pasture Pigs [IPP],
    Social Distancing sense 1837
    [in Da Yoop]

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  1. or if you give a new hunter a bacon sandwich to eat for a mid morning snack wile bow hunting Mike
  2. Meat supplier is latest reported ransomware target (msn.com) meat processor JBS has shut down 13 plants in the US due to getting hacked [ransomware] going to get real interesting #1 beef #2 for pork and chicken processing Mike
  3. Day 7 of her diet I lost 7 # gona be a long summer Mike
  4. Mike we had a step van like that,,named her Ireane [leaned to one side]. Mike
  5. waiting for them to start complaining about pork in the mean time its farrowing season first sow mis carried for some reason gota go back in with Hoss for another round dont want to do farrowing any later than october [too hard on the piglets] Mike
  6. update; the Keweenaw Report said state fire marshall and FBI to inspect the cause of the fire looks like arson investigation Mike
  7. ya there is buisness here that are expanding their operations. if you want to work there are jobs cost of living is reasonable if you dont live beyond your means still lots of history sites to see Mike
  8. had a bad fire in the old buisness district [5th street] UPDATE: Large fire destroys most of downtown Calumet block The cause of the fire is unknown. Three firefighters were treated for injuries. Between 20-30 people are now without a home. Default Mono Sans Mono Serif Sans Serif Comic Fancy Small Caps Default X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large Default Outline Dark Outline Light Outline Dark Bold Outline Light Bold Shadow Dark Shadow Light Shadow Dark Bold Shadow Light Bold Default Black Silver Gray White Maroon Red Purple Fuchsia Green Lime Olive Yellow Navy Blue Teal Aqua OrangeDefault 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% Default Black Silver Gray White Maroon Red Purple Fuchsia Green Lime Olive Yellow Navy Blue Teal Aqua OrangeDefault 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% By Andrew LaCombe Published: May. 22, 2021 at 12:22 AM EDT|Updated: 1 hour ago CALUMET, Mich. (WLUC) - Nearly an entire block in downtown Calumet was destroyed by a fire late Friday night and early Saturday morning. According to the Houghton County Sheriff’s Office, the fire was reported at 10:49 p.m. Friday in the 100 block of 5th street in the village of Calumet. Calumet Village Fire Department and Laurium Village Police Department arrived first on scene and evacuated the people in the buildings of 104 to 120 5th St. Twelve local fire departments responded and fought the fire: Ahmeek Village Fire; Bootjack Fire; Calumet Township Fire; Calumet Village Fire; Dollar Bay Fire; Hancock Fire; Houghton Fire; Hubbell Fire; Lake Linden Fire; Laurium Fire; Quincy-Franklin-Hancock Township Fire; and Tamarack City Fire. Three Calumet Village firefighters were hurt while fighting the fire. They were taken to Aspirus Keweenaw, treated and released. Those are the only reported injuries. ADVERTISEMENT The Houghton County Sheriff’s Office says the buildings of 108 to 120 5th St. are considered a total loss. The cause of the fire is unknown, the Michigan State Police Fire Marshal was contacted. The buildings housed a laundromat with about 15 apartments above; the former Evergreen Restaurant; and the former Calumet Tattoo Company. Between 20 and 30 people are now without a home. The Copper Country Police and Fire Relief Fund, Red Cross and Salvation Army responded and assisted those people. Michigan American Water issued a precautionary boil advisory Saturday morning for the Villages of Calumet and Laurium and the immediate surrounding area. The following agencies assisted the Houghton County Sheriff’s Office and the twelve fire departments: Michigan State Police Calumet Post; Keweenaw County Sheriff’s Office; Laurium Village Police Department; Mercy EMS; B and B Contracting; UPPCO; and Semco. ADVERTISEMENT A photo and video gallery is posted below. If you have videos or pictures of the fire, you can submit them here. Donations for those impacted by the fire are being being accepted at the AmericInn Calumet and Salvation Army in Hancock. The grand opening of the roller rink at the Gipp Arena in Laurium Saturday night is now a benefit for fire victims. The American Red Cross is working with local volunteers to coordinate efforts to help victims, specifically Dianne St Amour of the AmericInn Calumet. She has shared a list of immediate needs (see below). Call Dianne at 906-337-6463 to coordinate drop-offs. According to Main Street Calumet, there is also a need to gather information about the people displaced by the fire. If you were displaced it is important that you register with the Red Cross so appropriate assistance can be provided to the community. If you were displaced from your home (even in you have a place to stay currently) please get in touch with the Red Cross or Dianne at 906-337-6463. ADVERTISEMENT The AmericInn of Calumet is collecting for fire victims: Age Pants Shirt Shoes Under garments Family Male 38x30 XL 11 Needed Female 14 XL 38 A orB Female 7 7/8 9/10 1 Needed Male 18 months 18 months 18 months 5 or 6 toddler 4 diapers Age Pants Shirt Shoes Under garments Family Male 32x32 med sweat pants XL 14 Needed Age Pants Shirt Shoes Under garments Family Male 32x30 med 10.5 Needed Female 14 Med 8 32B Age Pants Shirt Shoes Under garments Family Male 34x32 lg Needed Female Small Med 6 Needed Female 11 years 10/12 10/12 6 Needed Female 8 years 8 8 Needed Female 4years 3/4 T 3/4 T Needed Male 2 years 3/4 T 3/4 T Needed Male 7 years 8/10 8/10 Needed Age Pants Shirt Shoes Under garments Family Male 36x34 Med 11 Needed Age Pants Shirt Shoes Under garments Family Male 31x32 LG/XL 10 Needed PLEASE NOTE: Some submitted videos may have strong, emotional language. Photo and Video Gallery A viewer photo of the fire on S. 5th St. in Calumet, May 21, 2021.(Hanna Wescott) Copyright 2021 WLUC. All rights reserved. Top Articles READ MORE Superior Watershed Partnership rebranding GreatLakes Climate Corps ADVERTISEMENT Mike
  9. wen we were heavy into restaurant cleaning we bought a Landa hot water cleaner. worked great,,the biggest thing is storing the unit over the winter.[over night] even if you put RV antifreeze in the unit unit , moisture gets between the ceramic pistons and the rods freezes ans cracks the piston we cleaned pizza ovens year round and this was a problem. Mike
  10. seen a bad one wile heading home on 696 at mound road [se mi.]. had a guy on a crotch rocket sneeking up between lanes. heavy traffic on all 4 lanes going 70+ mph. he was 4 car lengths ahead,, next thing i see is him and the bike up in the air spinning arownd in the center lanes. I was in the left lane to get on I 94. down he goes,,,didn't bother stoping because he was mulch. Mike
  11. I wonder if the hanger cable above the crack failed too. the rivited junction looks like it droped an inch or two. Mike
  12. careless; use to have a steam cleaner that ran on Lp. carried 3 100# tanks in the service van. no problems because I followed safty protocalls. Mike
  13. guess you should not haul gas in the back of a Hummer no fatalitys 1 injured. made it about 10 yards from the gas pumps A Hummer with 5-gallon cans of gas in the back caught fire in Florida, injuring 1 (msn.com) Mike
  14. it looks like this one....... IH number 10 only a lot less paint Mike
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