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Since the 1960s, a bright, white light has appeared outside a tiny town in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. A paranormal occurrence? Maybe. But researchers have another theory. Here's Mackenzie Martin of member station WXPR.

Most snowshoes in the United States are probably in storage right now, gathering dust and waiting for temperatures to drop. In the town of Lake Tomahawk in the Northwoods of Wisconsin though, they're getting a lot of use this summer.

Snowshoe baseball is exactly what it sounds like. It's a game of baseball played on snowshoes, though it more closely resembles a bizarre game of softball.