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Dramatic photo of Lake Michigan lightning bolt goes viral

August 29, 2018 - USA Today

Jack Brandenburg of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, snapped the picture early Tuesday morning while aboard the Mesabi Miner, where he works as a mate. He used his Samsung cellphone camera and a long exposure
Great Lakes chefs keep crews happy with freighter fare

May 23, 2018 - MLive.com

Freighters that crisscross the Great Lakes carry more than 100 million tons of cargo each year. Keeping their hardworking crews happy has a lot to do with the talented chief stewards and cooks who keep a seemingly endless stream of meals, snacks and baked goods flowing from the galleys.
Interlake Steamship adds new barge to fleet

April 30, 2018 - Crain's Cleveland Business

On board the Paul R. Tregurtha: The Great Ship of the Great Lakes

September 14, 2017 - WTVG 13abc

Monroe, MI (WTVG) - 13abc's Lissa Guyton and videographer Todd Gaertner had a rare opportunity to go along for the ride as the ship unloaded coal in the Detroit area and Monroe.
There’s No Life Like It

September 1, 2017 - Lakeland Boating

Writer Craig Ritchie takes a ride on our Lee A. Tregurtha.
Life aboard Dorothy Ann-Pathfinder means hard work, happy stomachs, great friends: Working Cleveland

August 28, 2017 - The Plain Dealer

MARBLEHEAD, Ohio - A rumbling conveyor belt carried crushed stone to the holds of the 700-foot Pathfinder barge, its V-shaped stern nocked like an arrow with the bow of the 124-foot tug Dorothy Ann as they rode as conjoined twins in Lake Erie's calm early morning waters at the Marblehead dock.
What the Cuyahoga River Means to Cleveland

August 1, 2017 - Cleveland Magazine

With a load of limestone coming out of Marblehead, Capt. Jeremy Mock, master of the 711-foot Dorothy Ann-Pathfinder, scans the horizon. It’s 20 minutes past five o’clock in the morning on an early summer day. From his 72-foot eye-sight on the bridge, Mock already can see the red sliver of first light coming across the lake.

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