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Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Traverse City, MichiganSaturday March 28, 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 wow. Record Eagle. Com w h a t s i n s i d e state Snyder uses Pardon for connected lawyer. Page 8a world warships move in airstrikes continue. Page 7a midday dailies 6 5 3, 0 4 5 5 dailies 9 3 6, 4 1 2 6 fantasy 5 12 19 20 25 30 Keno 03 04 10 21 23 27 29 30 32 33 34 35 43 45 48 53 55 62 63 71 72 74 Mega millions 17 21 36 58 70, 03 Mega plier 5 Power Ball Jackpot $ 40 million advice. 5c body & soul. 1c business. 6b classifieds. 1d comics. 6d nation. 6a obituaries. 4c opinion. 4 5a Region state. 3a sports. 1b world. 7a High 29 Low 21 Page 8b saturday record Eagle photo Jan Michael stump a grand traverse county jail inmate reaches through the bars for a Book from the Book cart. G r a n d t r a v e r s e j a i l traverse City Tina Mccalley was deeply affected when she first heard the Bible verse Matthew 25 36 i needed clothes and you clothed me i was sick and you looked after me i was in prison and you came to visit me. For some reason that stuck with me and i Felt i had to do that she said. Now Mccalley works with inmates at the grand traverse county jail As a Lay chaplain with the keys to Freedom ministry. The local nonprofit took Over the jails ministries last summer and soon Hopes to expand its services to the Benzie and Leelanau counties jails. When inmates come Here they re local. They have local needs said Mccalley one of two new jail chaplains who organize everything from counselling Bible studies and worship services to events designed to Reward Good behaviour. The idea to connect with them is to help them transition and get connected to the outside. Our goal is to help them make better choices. And if they make better choices Here they can take it with them. Read the full Story in body & soul Page 1c. Local nonprofit takes Over ministries by Marta Hepler Drahos Drahos record Eagle. Com record Eagle Pete Rodman Caydance Leatherman 2, right drives a 2015 Coachmen free Hauler recreational vehicle As from left her sister Katelynn 5, rides in the passenger seat while looking at rvs and campers with their grandparents Mike and Cindy Green during the 23rd annual Northwest Michigan camper and re show on Friday. They went with us for the first time last year and loved it Mike Green said. The show runs from 11 a. M. Until 8 p. M. Today and 11 a. M. Until 5 p. M. On sunday. Admission costs Are $ 5 for Ages 13 and up $ 4 for Over 55, and 12 and under Are free. Record Eagle photo Jan Michael stump traverse City will Restrike eighth Street for the second time since changing the streets lanes last september. Traverse City it can be Tough to find affordable High Speed internet Access in Rural communities across the Region and connection outages can be lengthy if backup systems Arentt in place. The Federal communications commissions 2015 broadband Progress report found More than half of Rural americans Lack Access to advanced broadband including 39 percent of Michigan nos Rural population. Leelanau county administrator Chet Janik said High Speed internet availability has been a topic of debate in the county for years. By Sarah elms seems record Eagle. Com broadband Access limited in Rural areas i n t e r n e t 39 percent of states Rural population lacks Access to advanced internet n internet outages reveal gaps in u. S. Broadband infrastructure Page 6a. Traverse City Bridget Johnson enjoys a panoramic View of traverse Cit yes eighth Street through windows that line the Road and let Light into the shop where she works. Johnson a clerk at copy Central noticed Drivers along the local thruway once a four Lane Street thatus been reduced to three Arentt staying in their lanes now that the paint used to Mark the lanes eroded. Its bad that its worn off Johnson said. People Are using the Bike Lane As another Lane. Its a Little unsafe. This is the second time in about six months that the Road stripes have worn off. City officials plan to have eighth Street re striped sometime next week. The lines were drawn in september 2014 after City officials agreed to try a yearlong Pilot program to reduce the streets lanes to one in either direction with a Center turn Lane from Woodmere Avenue to Lake Street. The paint hold up to Winter Wear and tear and had to be repainted in december for just under $ 2,000. Now the Street needs to be re striped again and the costs will put the project Over its budget of $ 54,000. Time to Restrike again r o a d p r o j e c t s More work needed on to cos eighth Street by Michelle Merlin Merlin record Eagle. Com h Appy c campers hounds take title series Lead 1 0 sports Page 1b see Road Page 2a see Rural Page 2a

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