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Thornapple Township, Michigan Township in Michigan, United States

Thornapple Township is a civil township of Barry County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 7,884 at the 2010 census. It is the most populous township in Barry County.

Thornapple, Wisconsin Town in Wisconsin, United States

Thornapple is a town in Rusk County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 811 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Thornberry is located in the town.

Thornapple (community), Wisconsin Unincorporated community in Wisconsin, United States

Thornapple is an unincorporated community located in the town of Thornapple, Rusk County, Wisconsin, United States.

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<i>The Born Loser</i>

The Born Loser is a newspaper comic strip created by Art Sansom in 1965. His son, Chip Sansom, who started assisting on the strip in 1989, is the current artist. The strip is distributed by Newspaper Enterprise Association. The Sansoms won the 1987 National Cartoonists Society Humor Comic Strip Award and the 1990 Newspaper Comic Strip Award.

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Chester Township, Eaton County, Michigan Township in Michigan, United States

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Ada Township, Michigan Township in Michigan, United States

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Caledonia Township, Kent County, Michigan Charter township in Michigan, United States

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Grand River (Michigan) tributary of Lake Michigan in southern Michigan

The Grand River is a river in the southwestern portion of the southern peninsula of Michigan, United States, that flows into Lake Michigan's southeastern shore. It is the longest river in the U.S. state of Michigan running 252 miles (406 km) from its headwaters in Hillsdale County on the southern border north to Lansing and west to its mouth on the Lake at Grand Haven. Native Americans who lived along the river before the arrival of the French and British called the river O-wash-ta-nong, meaning "Far-away-water'", because of its length.

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians

The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians is a federally recognized Native American tribe located in northwest Michigan. Sam McClellan is the current tribal chairman, elected in June 2016 to a four-year term after succeeding Al Pedwaydon, who served from 2012 to 2016. The tribal offices are in Peshawbestown, Michigan. As of September 2018, the current GTB Tribal Council consists of: Chairman Sam McClellan, Vice-Chair Kimberly Vargo, Treasurer Jane Rohl, Secretary Tina A. Frankenberger, Councilor David Arroyo, Councilor Brian S. Napon, and Councilor Mark L. Wilson. The tribe owns and operates the Leelanau Sands Casino, the Turtle Creek Casino and Hotel, and the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa.

Ada Covered Bridge

The Ada Covered Bridge is a 125-foot (38 m) span Brown truss covered bridge erected in 1867 in Ada, Michigan, United States. Carrying Bronson Street across the Thornapple River, it is located just south of where the Thornapple enters the Grand River, in turn just south of M-21. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Thornapple River river in the United States of America

The Thornapple River is an 88.1-mile-long (141.8 km) tributary of Michigan's longest river, the Grand River. The Thornapple rises in Eaton County, Michigan and drains a primarily rural farming area in Central Michigan. It joins the Grand in Ada, Michigan, 10 miles (16 km) east of Grand Rapids.

The Paul Henry Rail Trail is a rail trail in Kent County, Michigan. Originally running from 44th Street SE and Kalamazoo Ave. SE in a southeasterly direction to 60th street, the trail now connects with both the Thornapple Trail and Kent Trails. It has a 10-foot (3.0 m) wide paved surface. It is part of the North Country National Scenic Trail. The trail connects with the Frederik Meijer Trail at Wing Avenue in Kentwood. Extensions of the trail are planned. One portion of the trail, known as the Thornapple trail, begins in Middleville, Michigan, and continues south along the Thornapple River.

The Thornapple Trail is the abbreviated name for the a partially completed Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail in west Michigan. The Middleville portion is being connected to the Kent County section which will eventually link to Kent Trails. When complete, the Paul Henry - Thornapple Trail will be a 42-mile multi-use recreation trail running from Grand Rapids, Michigan to Vermontville, Michigan.

Little Thornapple River may refer to:

The Thornapple River is a river in Michigan.

Thornapple River is a river in Sawyer and Rusk counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

Little Thornapple River (Eaton County) river in the United States of America

Little Thornapple River is a 9.1-mile-long (14.6 km) river in Eaton County in the U.S. state of Michigan.

Little Thornapple River is a 5.8-mile-long (9.3 km) river in Barry County in the U.S. state of Michigan.