President Trump awarded his first CongressionalMedal of Honor today, to a South Haven, MI Army medic who ran into battle and saved 10 members of his company, while injured himself. Private First Class James McCloughan saved lives during the Battle of Nui Yon Hill, in 1969 in Vietnam.
In which a New York Times writer spends 36 hours in our Upper Peninsula and finds out what we already knew -- it's breathtakingly beautiful, you're not bothered by things like other people, and it's dirt cheap.
Today on Segment 16, the guys whine about the weather. They complain all winter about the cold, and can't wait for summer. Now that summer's here, they want fall. And are looking forward to winter. Jeez. Then, they check out a story about an Ann Arbor man arrested for chasing seagulls...naked.
Someone authorities should be calling "The Phantom Pooper" has struck again at the Whitmore Lake Athletic field, about 10 miles north of Ann Arbor. They're not calling him that, but it would be a great name for him. I say "him", because I doubt a woman would be pooping on a school field.
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