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Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Traverse City, MichiganMonday june 8, 2015 $ 1.00 daily 2.00 sunday Call 231 946 2187 to subscribe follow us on twitter and Facebook � � l o t t e r y i n d e x traverse City Mich. Copyright 2014 wow. Record Eagle. Com midday dailies 6 1 3, 2 2 1 1 dailies 4 6 5, 1 2 4 3 fantasy 5 02 07 10 37 38 classic 47 Jackpot $ 8,450,000 Keno 07 08 10 16 22 26 28 34 38 39 42 46 48 49 50 53 54 57 69 77 79 80 Mega millions Jackpot $ 20 million Power Ball Jackpot $ 50 million advice. 9a classifieds. 5b comics. 4b nation. 6a obituaries. 8a opinion. 4 5a Region. 3a sports. 1b state. 10a world. 7a wow. Record Eagle. Com world leaders signal United front on Russia sanctions. Page 7a nation abortions declining. Page 6a w h a t s i n s i d e High 70 Low 54 Page 10b monday a1 traverse City Michael and Sandra Rode lived what appeared to be a quiet life making the news of Sandra rodeos brutal murder All the More surprising to neighbors. Michael Allen Rode 51, will be arraigned on an open count of murder today in 86th District court. Grand traverse county prosecuting attorney Bob Cooney authorized the charge on sunday. Cooney alleged Rode beat and stabbed his wife of five years Sandra Rode 72, about noon on saturday in their apartment on Fitzhugh drive. He beat her with a frying pan then stabbed her and he tried to choke her at the beginning Cooney said. It started earlier in the Day with some sort of dispute about a Bill something minor. Rode called 911 shortly after noon to report he had possibly murdered his wife police officials said. He stayed on the phone with dispatchers until police and other emergency personnel arrived. Sandra Rode was unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene. Police said they found Michael Rode covered in blood and his wife with trauma to her head and Stab wounds in her Chest. A frying pan and knife were next to her body. It was a pretty brutal murder said traverse City police capt. Jeff Obrien. Murder surprises neighbors c i m e Rode to be arraigned today by Brian Mcgillivary Mcgillivary record Eagle. Com traverse City City commissioners will attempt to Bridge the Community Divide Between trails and new roads when they discuss funding and impediments to transportation projects on the Western Shore of Boardman Lake. Commissioners will get a status report on completion of the Boardman Lake Trail and the proposed Boardman Lake Avenue when they meet today at 7 p. M. In the governmental Center. The study session will help commissioners determine How they go Forward to fund the Trail and if they should kill the proposed North South Road As some commissioners have proposed. Commissioners Tim Werner and Gary Howe have pushed for More City funding to Complete the last Section of the Boardman Lake Trail that will create a five mile Loop around the Lake. But not everyone favors using City tax dollars for a Trail through Garfield township. It will be expensive and difficult to build. And theress no Brownfield Money left to do it said commissioner Jim Carruthers. I want Garfield township to build it through their township. We can support it but Why cant the county and Garfield township do it. The estimated Cost to Complete the Trail through Garfield township is close to $ 3 million and township officials said some of the existing Cit owned easements for the Trail Are not wide enough to accommodate the Steep slopes. City debates Street is. Trail trans p rotation commissioners attempt to Bridge Divide on Boardman Shore projects by Brian Mcgillivary Mcgillivary record Eagle. Com record Eagle Jan Michael stump above left Sidney Mains celebrates after receiving her diploma while walking across the Kresge auditorium stage in sundays traverse City West commencement at the Interlochen school for the arts. Above right Nicholas Suminski smiles and shows off his lighted graduation vestment after receiving his diploma during traverse City centrals graduation on sunday in Interlochen. For More photos from local graduations see Page 3a. Traverse City traverse City area Public schools officials will discuss curriculum and policy at their upcoming Board meeting. Board members will consider spending about $ 51,500 on math curriculum so that Central Grade Eastern Silver Lake and Willow Hill elementary schools can join Courtade elementary in piloting a new math program next year. The Pilot is one of three new elementary math programs officials Are testing to find the Best replacement for the current curriculum which they ave been using for More than a decade. Board members also will consider opting out of the states school of Choice program and participating in the traverse Bay area intermediate school districts plan instead. That would allow traps to accept students who dont reside within the District but Only if they reside within the is. Christine Davis to apse executive director of human resources and labor relations said its something officials have done for years. Curriculum policy on traps Agenda de u c action monthly Board meeting on tap for monday by Sarah elms seems record Eagle. Com Carruthers Werner see City Page 2a c celebrate see traps Page 2a see crime Page 2a homers by Cespedes Martinez Lead tigers past White sox 6 4 sports Page 1b

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