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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Escanaba, MichiganDaily 30, 2007www.dailypress.net 50 cent Escanaba Mich. Your local news leader98th year no. 220 7 48445 77010 1 Good afternoon William e. Dubord or. Thank you for subscribing to the daily press in Side d eath s in Sert s coming saturday legion takes Lead in recycling. Saturdays weather Snow. See Page 2a. Artist Ariah Fisher school Lemmer Parent Jamie Fisher teacher mrs. Starr High Low 23 26 inside to Days academic achievers local Honor students , Ozzie Brookes hot Springs Village Ark. Dolores Zaber Trenary. Page 2a. Academic achievers dunhams sports a Zolis menards 2 sideline scenes to plus classified 3-5b Community 2a,8a fun 6b lifestyles 6a opinion 4a outdoors 8b second front 5a sideline scene 1-6c sports 1-2b,7b 7a weather 2a world National 9-10a,12a pipeline fire causes Oil Price hike. Page 12a Man pens encyclopedia of Marble arms gear. Page 6a Christmas in Village today saturday Escanaba the . Steam and Gas engine association is hosting an old fashioned Christmas in the Village at the . State Fairgrounds today from 3 to 7 . And saturday from 10 . To 7 . There will be an open House featuring horse drawn rides blacksmithing Candle dipping Christmas music woodcarving a Craft shop loom weaving and a Rock and Gem shop. Santa Claus will also be there. Hot spiced cider and Christmas goodies will be provided. Admission is free. Those attending Are asked to bring a can of food or a new unwrapped toy for Charity. Bessemer standoff ends in murder suicide Bessemer a police say a standoff Between a Man and police in the Western upper Peninsula has ended with a murder suicide. A 6-year-old boy was also wounded. Police said this morning that the confrontation is Over but did not identify the people involved. State police surrounded the House thursday night where a 34-year old suspect was holed up. Authorities say the mans pregnant Girlfriend was also inside. The Man fired on officers answer ing a Domestic disturbance Call. During the shooting a Bullet hit Keegan Miller 6, who was taken to a nearby Hospital then transferred to a Hospital in Duluth Minn. He was in stable condition late thursday. Police report rash of break ins by Jenny Lancour Escanaba local police Are working hard to catch the culprits who have been breaking into vehicles in Escanaba this past month. Since the beginning of november residents have reported More than 50 incidents of vehicles being broken into or rummaged through and items mostly Cash being taken. Were going to get them said Escanaba Public safety capt. Al Odell. Were working hard. I intend for us to catch these people. Police have been following up on various leads received from the Public since the crimes began he said. The department has changed its patrol methods and is focusing More attention on residential areas. Officers working the Nightshirt have been instructed to request the identification of anyone seen outside at night Odell added. Police officials Are advising residents to secure their vehicles and valuables. The Public is also being asked to report any suspicious activity. Lock you car and dont leave valuables in View Odell said. Definitely dont leave change dollars or purses in View where somebody can see them. During the past week More than two dozen incidents were reported to police including thefts from vehicles and reports of vehicles being rummaged through. The areas hit recently were residences along the 1000 through 1700 blocks of Lake Shore drive and Homes Between South 8th Street and South 14th Street. Prior incidents have occurred across town mostly in residential areas. Items stolen from vehicles include various amounts of Cash anywhere from a handful of change to up to $70, according to reports completed to Date. Wallets and purses left in cars have been taken some have been recovered minus any Money. Other items stolen have been cd a pocket knife and sunglasses. Often locked vehicles Are broken into by breaking a window said Odell adding these incidents of malicious destruction of property have increased the severity of the crime. They ave upped the Ante when they started breaking the windows Odell commented. Theress a malicious intent involved there. Anyone with information related to the break ins is asked to notify Public safety at 786-5911. Jenny Lancour daily press the car above was recently reported broken into while parked at a parking lot on the 600 Block of 1st Avenue North in Escanaba last week. Police continue to investigate More than 50 vehicle break ins during november. And the Winner is. Drug Case delayed by Jenny Lancour Escanaba a Milwaukee Man cited with three felony charges including Possession of cocaine returned to his jail cell thursday after his court hearing was postponed. He Hadnot hired a lawyer. Jordan Alan Mayrand 27, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Delta county District court thursday morn ing. He was arrested sunday afternoon and officially charged monday with pos session of cocaine with intent to deliver fleeing and eluding police in a motor vehicle fourth degree and resisting or obstructing a police officer. Because Mayrand did not want to rep resent himself and Hadnot hired a lawyer for the hearing his preliminary exam n a t i o n w a s rescheduled to dec. 13 by District court judge Glenn Pearson. The judge told Mayrand to hire a lawyer or apply for a court appointed attorney As soon As possible to prevent further delays. See Case on Page 8a seven Lucky local Golden ticket finders honoured this morning Mayrand two hospitalized in three vehicle collision harvested Deer in upper Peninsula up slightly from 2006 by Lisa m. Reed Wells township firearm Deer season in Michigan ends today and officials report the season is ending on a Good note. Craig Albright department of Natur Al resources wildlife biologist based in Escanaba said the season ended remark ably Well with the number of Deer har vested up somewhat from last year. The weather for Hunting this year has been really Good. There has been no blizzard no heavy downpour no Zero or teen temperatures. Its been very pleasant to be outside other than today with the High winds Albright said on tuesday when winds reached up to 66 mph according to readings at the Escanaba water treatment Plant. This year we were blessed with 30 degree temperatures. It has been seasonably Cool. Der officials reported Hunting pres sure this year was Down considerably. For whatever reason people did not make the trip to the . There is Good and bad of Hunting pressure. The local Hunters like no Competition and Busi Ness owners View it As negative. But despite less Hunters the number of Deer brought into the Escanaba and Stephen son Check stations is up 3 percent from last year Albright said. Compared to a 10-year average it is up 10 percent. Fewer people Are taking More Deer and that shows better Success rates. See season on Page 8a Favre packers go Down in Favre packers go Down in Dallas again. Page 1b by Audrey Lafave Escanaba seven Lucky local kids were honoured As daily press mix 106 Golden ticket holders this morning and one girl walked away with a grand prize package. Ally Rae 7, won a prize package that includes a Pool party for nine Courtesy of the Comfort suites a new Bicy Cle and a ride in the Christmas Parade Courtesy of mix 106 and a Bike helmet and Nintendo is gaming system from the daily press. See Winner on Page 8a Audrey Lafave daily press Mike Dubord of mix 106s morning Madhouse shows Golden ticket grand prize Winner ally Rae the list of items she won in the contest. Jenny Lancour daily press one of three vehicles involved in an Accident on . 2 and 41 East of bark River was heavily damaged thursday. Four people were injured. By Jenny Lancour bark River a Wilson woman is in critical condition this morning at Marquette general Hospi Tal following a three vehicle Accident near bark River thursday according to Delta county sheriffs department officials in charge of the crash investigation. Tracy Lynn Rounce 33, of Wilson a passenger in a Small pickup truck was injured when an alleged drunk Driver collided head on into the vehicle she was in at approximately 3 . On . 2 & 41 East of bark River deputies said. The alleged drunk Driver a 30-year old Wilson Man was driving a 1998 Dodge Durango East on the Highway and attempting to pass several vehicles when the Accident occurred according to witnesses at the scene. The Driver of the vehicle Rounce was in Thomas Dale Groeneveld 59, of Wilson told officials he was head ing West on the Highway when he saw see crash on Page 8a

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