LOCAL NEWS for FRI 18MAY18
was a false gun threat reported yesterday in the Whittemore Prescott
School District. A student allegedly falsely reported that another
student had a gun on a Whittemore Prescott School bus Thursday morning.
According to the Ogemaw County Herald, students were being transported to
the IRESA Skill Center when a student reported to the bus driver that
another student had a weapon. Superintendent Joe Perrera said the student
was reportedly goofing around when he allegedly made the false report.
Perrera said he could not comment at this time on whether the student
would be punished, but commended everyone involved for staying calm during
Michigan Senate Transportation Committee recently approved legislation to
designate a portion of U.S. 23 in memory of former State Representative
Peter Pettalia. According to a press release, Senator Jim Stamas presented
the legislation, in honor of Pettalia, who served three terms in the House
of Representatives from 2011 until his untimely death in 2016. The Senate
bill would designate a portion of U.S. 23 between Maple Drive and Misiak
Highway in Presque Isle County as Peter A. Pettalia Memorial Highway.
Stamas said Pettalia was a good friend and a common sense public servant
who did his best to improve the lives of the people in Northern Michigan.
The bill would have no fiscal impact on the state or local government.
to three parks in Oscoda Township could cost more than three million
dollars. The preliminary estimates were compiled by Beckett and
Raeder Incorporated and presented to the Board of Trustees. According to
the Oscoda Press, the proposed improvements plans are for Furtaw Field,
Ken Ratliff Memorial Park and Oscoda Beach Park. Individual costs would be
nearly $1.3 Million for Oscoda Beach Park, just over $1.4 Million for Ken
Ratliff Memorial Park and approximately $1 Million dollars for upgrades to
Furtaw Field. While cost estimates were provided, Oscoda Township Trustees
did not take any action to commit to the projects.
Representative, Sue Allor, helped advance plans to fund improvements to an
Alcona County Park. Allor, of Wolverine, voted in favor of the National
Resources Trust Fund plan approved by the Michigan House. The plan
includes $108,700 dollars to aid in the development of a canoe and kayak
launch, fishing platform, paved handicap accessible parking and signs at
Alcona Township Park. Approximately $46,700 dollars in local matching
funds will also be provided for the park located at the mouth of the Black
River. Allor said the improvements will give local families a new
opportunity to get outside and enjoy the scenic beauty and abundant
natural resources our area has to offer. The bill now goes to the Governor
LOCAL NEWS for THU 17MAY18
Monday at approximately 3pm, troopers from the Michigan State Police
Alpena Post responded to a three vehicle personal injury crash on U.S. 23
and Squaw Bay. Subsequent investigation showed a Chevrolet Silverado
driven by a 78 year old Alpena man and a Chevrolet Equinox driven by a 64
year old Alpena woman were stopped in the northbound lane waiting for a
vehicle to make a left turn into a private drive. A Chevrolet Uplander
driven by a 74 year old Spruce man rear ended the Equinox, pushing it
into the Silverado. The drivers of the Uplander and the Equinox were
transported to the hospital for minor injuries. A 76 year old female
passenger in the Silverado was treated at the scene for a minor injury.
The driver of the Uplander was cited for failing to stop within the
assured clear distance.
of Iosco County will see a millage proposal for Iosco County Central
Dispatch on their August Ballot. The Iosco County Board of
Commissioners unanimously approved the proposed ballot language. According
to the Iosco County News Herald, the millage will ask Iosco County voters
to approve point 68 mill over eight years for central dispatch. The
millage request was presented by central dispatch director, Michael Eller,
who told commissioners that the department has been running at a deficit
for the past two years. Because the ballot language was approved before
May 15th, the measure will be on the August ballot.
motion was recently made by an Oscoda County commissioner to eliminate
health insurance. Commissioner Larry Wilson made the motion during
the May 8th meeting. According to the Oscoda County Herald, Wilson said
his suggestion was an attempt to provide financial relief while the county
is in a budget crunch. Wilson's motion was not seconded and died due to
lack of support. He said he is not finished advocating for the decision.
Last year, Ogemaw County did away with health benefits for its
commissioners and Arenac County offers health benefits to its board with a
co-pay of less than ten percent.
Ogemaw County Road Commission reports that Beaver Lake Trail in Foster
Township, from Grass Lake Road south to St. Helen Trail is closed to all
traffic until further notice due to impassible road conditions caused by
logging trucks. For more information call 989-345-0234.
LOCAL NEWS for WED 16MAY18
Tawas City Council has a new member. During their May 7th meeting, the
Tawas City Council unanimously selected Jacqueline Masich to fill a vacancy.
According to the Iosco County News Herald, the seat became available after
former councilman Carl Steinhurst announced his resignation on April 9th.
Masich, whose husband Steve is the Chief of the Tawas City Fire Department,
was the only person to express interest in the position. Masich currently
serves on the downtown development authority, planning commission and parks
and recreation board for Tawas City. Masich's term on the council will
expire on December 31st.
community action group NOW, Need Our Water, will hold a meeting tomorrow
afternoon. The group was organized to give Oscoda-AuSable and surrounding
communities a voice. Their mission is to be a reliable resource and
catalyst for education and communication, while advocating for long term
health and environmental welfare plans on behalf of those affected by the
water contamination from the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda.
The group will hold their next meeting Thursday at 5:30pm, in the Robert
J. Parks Library on Skeel Avenue in Oscoda. All are welcome to attend.
Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union was recently honored and welcomed a new
Commercial Lender. The Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union was recently
awarded "Sunrise Side Best Credit Union and Best Mortgage Company". Each
year the Alpena News puts out a survey for community members to vote on
local area businesses in various categories and the credit union has
received both awards for many years and is grateful to the community. The
Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union also recently announced the addition of
Jerry Schmidt as its new Commercial Lender. Schmidt, who brings over 28
years of experience in the financial industry is the credit union's first
commercial lender. Schmidt will be providing services throughout Alpena,
Alcona, Montmorency and Iosco Counties.
legislation passed in Michigan has simplified fishing regulations for
anglers, particularly those pursuing steelhead on the state’s rivers and
streams. The legislation removed a net size restriction that has been in
place for many years to protect spawning salmon from illegally being
harvested. With the removal of this restriction, anglers now legally may
use hand nets with handle lengths longer than 14 inches. The regulation
created a safety issue for anglers fishing for steelhead from boats, as
there was concern anglers would not be safe if they had to lean over the
side of their boat to net a steelhead with such a short net
handle. Anglers still can only use hand nets to help land lawfully hooked
fish, except under a few circumstances. For more information visit
LOCAL NEWS for TUE 15MAY18
(photo: L: Olar, R: Grinnell)
A Pontiac man has pled guilty to the
murder of a Hale man. 21 year old Daniel James Olar will
be sentenced on the charge of 2nd-degree murder in the death of Roger Lee
Knickerbocker II. According to the Oscoda Press, Under the plea deal Olar
agreed to plead guilty to the charge of 2nd-degree murder, with the charge
of homicide-open murder dismissed by the prosecutor.
Previously, Olar’s accomplice, Christopher Ryan Grinnell, 25 of
Hale, pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced to 22 and a half to 40
years in prison. Olar is
by investigators to have beaten Knickerbocker with a hammer and then
stabbed him with a knife handed to him by Grinnell, who told Olar to
finish it. Olar will be in 23rd Circuit Court to receive his sentence June
11th at 9am.
64-year-old West Branch man died in Saginaw Bay last week after he fell
into the water. Arenac County Under-sheriff Don McIntyre said Joseph
Houf was boating with his wife when he leaned overboard to untangle some
line and fell into the water. According to the Ogemaw County Herald, Houf
was reportedly not wearing a life jacket. McIntyre said his department was
dispatched to Eagle Bay Marina in Standish for a possible drowning.
McIntyre said the sheriff’s department and the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal
Police were able to locate the wife and the vessel approximately 2 1/2
miles offshore. Nearby fishermen located the body of Houf. The U.S. Coast
Guard assisted the sheriff’s department in the recovery of Houf’s body.
(Joseph Houf obituary photo)
Representative Sue Allor, of Wolverine, and the Michigan House approved a
comprehensive plan focused on improving safety in schools, including a
statewide commission to review and help upgrade building security. The
legislation creates a commission whose focus will be to develop a system
for auditing safety procedures in Michigan schools. The plan also calls
for a liaison within each school district to report to and work with the
commission. The plan would also make the “OK 2 Say” school safety program
permanent, require reporting procedures for school incidents and threats,
require safety related measures in new school construction and enhance law
enforcement training. The bills now advance to the Senate for further
LOCAL NEWS for MON 14MAY18
Oregon man was hospitalized after suffering severe injuries in a
car-semi-trailer crash in Huron County. According to M-Live, about 9am
Friday, sheriff's deputies responded to the crash site at Sebawaing and
Blakely roads in Grant Township. They determined a westbound Chevrolet
Malibu driven by 33 year old Sean Mauze of Salem, Oregon, crossed the
centerline into the path of an eastbound Kenworth semi. The two vehicles
collided then ended up in ditches on opposite sides of the road. Mauze was
taken to an out-of-county hospital for treatment of life-threatening
injuries. The 57-year-old driver of the semi received treatment at a local
hospital for minor injuries. The collision spilled several gallons of
diesel fuel from the heavily damaged semi, which required the Harbor beach
Fire Department Hazardous Material Team to respond. The investigation is
Alcona County Road Commission is preparing for Summer projects. The
Commission has four road construction projects on the list for this
Summer. According to the Alcona County Review, the list includes Bamfield
Road in Curtis Township which will see safety improvements from Garrett
Road to DeMotte Road west of Glennie starting in June. Improvements will
be made at the intersection of Walker Road at Poor Farm Road in
Harrisville Township. Work has already begun and will be completed by late
June. Work on Mt. Maria Road in Hawes Township will be from Hilltop
Parkway to Anne Street and will begin the first part of June. And work on
F-41 in Mikado Township will be from Andrews Road to F-30 and will begin
at the end of July.
City of AuGres has approved the purchase of a fish cleaning station.
The AuGres City council approved the purchase at their May 1st
meeting. According to the Arenac County Independent, City Clerk LaVonne
Pritchard said the city budgeted $50,000 dollars for a fish cleaning
station to be installed inside a facility on the harbor property. The
expected cost of the station is $37,750 dollars with options that could
increase the price to $43,000 dollars. An additional cost would be
incurred to connect the station into the city's sanitary sewer system. The
site approved for the station is the far east bay of a three bay pole barn
on the harbor property.
STATE NEWS for FRI 18MAY18
A fire this morning at the Detroit Foundation Hotel in Detroit near Cobo
Center. The hotel is housed in the Old Detroit Fire Department
headquarters and the fire was in the roof area. The fire is now out and no
one was injured.
Michigan regulators are now investigating how DTE Energy responds to
weather-related outages after the death of an elderly Detroit woman. The
Michigan Public Service Commission has opened a probe into the May 4th
outage which effected over 300- thousand DTE customers. Regulators are
also looking into the circumstances surrounding the death of a Detroit
senior citizen, who was found dead on May 8th on the city's east side --
after being electrocuted by a downed power line. DTE Energy says the area
had been blocked off with caution tape at the time.
A 28-year-old Ann Arbor woman has been critically injured after
being hit by a vehicle in Ann Arbor Township on Thursday afternoon. M-Live
reports the woman was taken to University of Michigan Hospital. The
accident is being investigated.
Metro Detroit religious leader will not be facing charges following a
complaint of inappropriate contact by a student. Madison Height Police
announced that after investigating the claim against Father Gerry LeBoeuf
-- the former president of Bishop Foley High School -- there will be no
criminal charges. The Archdiocese of Detroit sent a letter to families
saying "We are most grateful for this resolution. We now must move toward
healing for all those involved." Officials say father LeBoeuf will not
return to his ministerial responsibilities because of an unrelated
A Court of Claims judge has dismissed a lawsuit to determine if
democratic gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed is eligible to serve as
governor. M-live reports a spokesman for El-Sayed, Adam Joseph, says Abdul
is 100-percent eligible to be governor of Michigan, as they have always
maintained. The campaign had filed the lawsuit at the request of the
Michigan Democratic Party after questions arose about whether El-Sayed met
the residency requirements to serve as governor.
In the U-P, the Delta County Chamber of Commerce is moving to the
U.P. State Fairgrounds next year. The Fair Authority has received a one
million dollar grant from the John and Melissa Besse Foundation and it
will be used to build a new commerce center building and the U-P Veterans
STATE NEWS for THU 17MAY18
day care worker in west Michigan has been charged with abusing three
children at Rainbow Child Care Center in Allendale. WOOD TV reports
Keyonis Ratfliff has been charged with three misdemeanor assault charges.
She's accused of assaulting three children under the age of one. The day
care's license was temporarily suspended by the state. an investigation
began when a three month old boy had trouble breathing at the day care. He
was treated and released from a hospital and police did not suspect he was
the U-P, Raber Township is being cut off from EMS service provided by
Pickford Township. 9 and 10 News reports Pickford Township Supervisor Tom
Ball says Raber Township owes them nine thousand dollars and it's been an
issue since 2014. Ball says he offered them a contract in March that would
allow Raber to pay back the debt over the next few years, on top of
ongoing payments from a millage, but it was declined. Kalamazoo County
Richard Fuller is being credited with saving the lives to two men
who overdosed outside a Qdoba restaurant in Kalamazoo the other night.
Fuller says he happened to see that a man parked next to him was slumped
over the wheel and another man in the passenger seat was injecting a
needle into his stomach. Fuller says he recognized it as heroin and called
for help. He and a deputy used Narcan and both men eventually woke up and
started breathing normally.
survivors of former Michigan State sports Dr. Larry Nassar will receive
the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at this year's ESPYS. ESPN vice president
Alison Overholt says the he women and girls who spoke out about how Nassar
sexually abused them have shown "what it truly means to speak truth to
power." Those who have won the award in the past include: Muhammad Ali,
Nelson Mandela, and Billie Jean King.
gas prices are reaching levels that haven't been seen in three years. AAA
Michigan announcing that the state average gas price now above the
three-dollar mark - at 3.02 a gallon.
STATE NEWS for TUE 15MAY18
pregnant woman, the mother of four children, has been charged with two
counts of attempted murder after allegedly stabbing her husband and
another woman at a Cadillac motel over the weekend. 9 and 10 News reports
Miranda Turpin is being held on 500-thousand dollars bond after the
stabbings Saturday at the Economy Inn in Cadillac. The family says her
husband is out of the hospital, while police say the other victim is in
serious, but stable condition. Turpin's children are with family members.
A Traverse City man, Jeffrey Hughes, has been charged with two
counts of embezzlement for allegedly taking more than 39-thousand dollars
from Brownwood Farms. 9 and 10 News reports Hughes had been managing the
farm operations for Mark and Carol Vittert, but an accountant found that
Hughes was writing checks to himself for items and services that weren't
related to the business.
Motown legend Smokey Robinson and others in the music industry will
be on Capitol Hill before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify on
federal copyright laws and music licensing rules. The Music Modernization
Act would update those laws so that songwriters, performers and producers
are paid a fair rate--while digital platforms would get the licensing
necessary to distribute the music over the Internet. The bills have
already won unanimous approval in the U-S House.
Escanaba school voters may see a school sinking fund millage back on
the ballot in November. That's after it was defeated last week by under
400 votes. W-L-U-C reports several school board members support putting
the issue back on the ballot this November since there was only a 15
percent voter turnout last week.
A social worker is taking her former employer to court for firing
her after she refused to counsel a gay couple based on her religious
beliefs. In her federal lawsuit, Kathleen Lorentzen claims she was the
target of discrimination, ridicule and intimidation by her bosses at
Health Source Saginaw. Lorentzen--who was an outpatient behavioral
therapist--claims her faith led to her dismissal. The lawsuit claims
Lorentzen's supervisor told her she had to be a social worker first, and a
Catholic second. No comment at this time from the agency.
STATE NEWS for MON 14MAY18
Royal Oak police officer was involved in a fatal shooting overnight. This
took place before 4 this morning in a neighborhood . This would be the
second shooting involving Royal Oak police in the past two months. An
officer shot and killed a man who tried to drive at an officer's car April
In the U-P, Escanaba Public Safety was busy putting out two fires early
this morning....one a grass and brush fire that had started as a garage
fire. W-L-U-C reports the garage fire in Wells Township was put out
quickly along with the brush fire. No one was injured . The cause is being
Memorial Day holiday weekend is fast approaching and Triple A Michigan
predicts record breaking holiday travel in Michigan. It says nearly
one-point-three Michiganders will travel this Memorial Day weekend, up
five percent from last year and the most in more than a dozen years.
As gas prices rise along with the temperatures, Triple-A still expects
more people will take planes, trains, automobiles and other modes of
Former Hancock Mayor Barry Givens has been offered the job of city
manager. W-L-UC reports city council interviewed four candidates over the
weekend and have offered the job to Givens. Longtime Hancock City Manager
Glenn Anderson is retiring at the end of the year.
There are some new doctors in Michigan....the first graduates of
Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine.
Graduation ceremonies were held on Sunday and 48 students graduated in the
first class of the med school. If this dog could talk, what a tale it
Bambi is a 12-yr-old retriever mix whose owner in Lansing thought was lost
for good when she ran away--four years ago. But Toledo Police found Bambi
earlier this month wandering a city neighborhood. Animal Control scanned
the dog's microchip and found she had a home. Her owner, Bradley Wieferich
(WEE-fer-ich) tells the Toledo Blade he was stunned to get the call,
assuming Bambi had been picked up by someone else or had died. But he was
greeted by a familiar howl when they were reunited this past week at the
dog pound. Animal control officials say they have no idea how Bambi made
it from Lansing to Toledo, but it demonstrates the importance of
micro-chipping pets and for strays to be scanned.
MAY 18th, 2018
Missouri Legislature Special Session to Consider
Impeachment of Gov. Greitens
Missouri Legislature holds a special session to consider the impeachment
of Governor Eric Greitens, following allegations of sexual misconduct and
misuse of charity resources.
Prince Memorabilia Auction at Hard Rock Cafe New York
MAY 19th, 2018
Prince Harry Marries American Actress Meghan Markle in Windsor (7am ET)
Second horse race in annual Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Justify
won this year's Kentucky Derby.
President Jimmy Carter Delivers Keynote Address at Liberty
University Commencement Ceremony
The Great Wall Marathon in China
Participants climb the 5,164 steps of the largest human-made structure in
the world from Beijing to Huangyaguen.
70th Birthday of Supermodel, Singer and Actress Grace Jones
MAY 20th, 2018
Clinton speaks at Yale University Class Day - Yale University
Senior Class Day ceremony, with keynote from former Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton. Yale University Commencement ceremonies take place
Former Vice President Al Gore Delivers University of Maryland
Venezuela Presidential Elections
Incumbent Nicolas Maduro is seeking a second six-year term.
Billboard Music Awards (8pm ET)
Billboard Music Awards, hosted by Kelly Clarkson with performances from
Ariana Grande, BTS, Camila Cabello, Dua Lipa, and Shawn Mendes.
25th Anniversary of Final Episode of Cheers
The sitcom starred Ted Danson, who receives an honorary degree from
Carnegie Mellon University today.
American Idol Season Finale Part One on ABC
Sunday - Pope Francis is expected to give Mass today at
32nd Annual AIDS Walk New York
MAY 21st, 2018
University Commencement Ceremony with Keynote Speaker Hillary Clinton
Indiana GOP 2018 Spring Dinner
Indiana Republican Party 2018 Spring Dinner, entitled 'Hoosiers in
Washington: An Inside Look at the Trump-Pence Administration', featuring a
conversation with Senior Political Advisor to Vice President Mike Pence
Marty Obst and former Special Assistant to President Donald Trump, Marc
Fortune 500 Ranking of America's Largest Corporations Released
20th Anniversary of Shooting at Thurston High School -
20th anniversary of 15-year-old student Kip Kinkel opening
fire inside Thurston High School in Springfield, OR, killing two students
and wounding 25, one day after killing his parents.
Miss USA Pageant
67th annual beauty contest, hosted by husband and wife duo Vanessa and
Nick Lachey. Contestants are judged in three categories: swimsuit, evening
gown and interview. Winner will represent the U.S. at Miss Universe in
American Idol Winner Crowned on ABC
Dancing With The Stars All-Athletes Edition Winner Crowned on
MAY 22nd, 2018
Trump Meets South Korean President Moon at the White House
President Trump Addresses Susan B. Anthony List Gala -
Susan B. Anthony List 11th Annual Campaign for Life Gala,
including remarks from President Donald Trump, on 'the many actions he has
taken to protect the lives of the unborn and defend religious liberty'.
Memoir from Senator John McCain Published
'The Restless Wave: Good Times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other
Appreciations' by John McCain published by Simon & Schuster. In the memoir
McCain, who is currently suffering from brain cancer, explores his past
years in American politics and the future for America he hopes to be able
Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky and Texas Primaries
Annual Congressional Soccer Match
U.S. Soccer Foundation's 6th annual Congressional Soccer Match featuring
members of Congress and soccer and sports legends.
15th Anniversary of U.N. giving U.S. and Britain a Mandate to
Boy Scouts of America National Annual Meeting (May 22-24)
EU Meeting on U.S. Tariff Exemption
Exemption granted to Brussels by Washington regarding new tariffs it seeks
to impose on steel and aluminum. Today's meeting also discusses free trade
deals with Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore.
Elizabeth II hosts 70th birthday party for UK's Prince Charles at
The UK's Queen hosts a birthday party for the Prince of Wales ahead of his
70th birthday on November 14th. Expected to be attended by the
Duchess of Cornwall and newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
MAY 23rd, 2018
North Korea Expected to Dismantle Nuclear Test
Site (May 23-25)
Coast Guard Academy 137th Commencement with Keynote from Vice President
Annual Ranking of Countries Based on their Competitiveness
IMD World Competitiveness Center launches its annual World Competitiveness
Yearbook, including an annual ranking of countries based on their
Hearing for Man Accused of Stabbing a Police Officer in Flint, MI, Airport
- Plea hearing for Amor Ftouhi, a Canadian man indicted on
charges of committing an act of violence at an international airport and
interfering with airport security. Ftouhi is accused of stabbing Bishop
International Airport Police Officer Lt. Jeff Neville in the neck last
Fleet Week in New York (May 23-29)
15th Anniversary of Birth of First Cloned Deer
15th anniversary of a white-tailed fawn named Dewey born as the first
cloned deer, at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M
MAY 24th, 2018
Trump Presents Medal of Honor - President Donald Trump awards
Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (Ret.) Britt Slabinski with the
Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry, for leading a Joint Task Force
team up a mountain peak to rescue a stranded teammate after their
helicopter had been shot down by al-Qaida forces in March 2002 and for
subsequently leading a 14-hour trek carrying a wounded soldier down a
sheer cliff face and through waist-deep snow while engaging with enemy
Hearing on 'Review of the FY 2019 State Department Budget
Request', with testimony from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast Released
Jeans for Troops Day
Participating schools, companies, and government agencies allow employees
to wear jeans to work in exchange for a $5 donation to the GI Go Fund,
which assists veterans with their needs upon their return home from
Clinton Foundation Gala
Former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
and Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton and performance from
Sting and Shaggy.
MAY 25th, 2018
Trump Speaks at Naval Academy Commencement Ceremony
Court Hearing for Florida School Shooting Suspect -
Status hearing for Nikolas Cruz, charged with 17 counts of murder.
Court Hearing for Paul Manafort Following Indictment
Motion hearing for former Donald J. Trump for President campaign manager
Paul Manafort, indicted on 32 counts: 16 related to false individual
income tax returns, seven of failure to file reports of foreign bank and
financial accounts, five of bank fraud conspiracy, and four of bank fraud.
30th Anniversary of Ronald Reagan First visit to Soviet Union
- 30th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan making his first
visit to the Soviet Union for a superpower strategic arms reductions
treaty summit with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
Star Wars' Han Solo Spin-Off Released in Theaters Nationwide
'Solo: A Star Wars Story', sci-fi fantasy spin-off directed by Ron Howard
released in theaters nationwide.
Congress Breaks for Memorial Day Recess (May 25-June 4)
'Don't Fry Day'
'Don't Fry Day', as designated by the Environmental Protection Agency,
National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention, Food and Drug Administration,
and CDC to encourage Americans to take a few simple steps to protect their
health and prevent skin cancer throughout the summer.
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