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Business Routes Of U.S. Route 131 - Big Rapids, Michigan
... Business US Highway 131 Location Big Rapids Business US Highway 131 (BUS US 131) is a 7.87-mile (12.67 km) business route running through downtown Big Rapids. 131 Exit 139 at an interchange where M-20 merges onto US 131 southbound west of downtown Big Rapids ... is at US 131 Exit 142 at an interchange with 19 Mile Road and B-96 north of Big Rapids ...
Sof Omar Caves - Cave Description
... Chamber of Columns meandering for about 200m to the Big Rapids ... passages lead from Chameleon to Blank Passage and back to the Big Rapids ... By climbing them it is possible to access the 35m long Balcony that overlooks the Big Rapids 7m below ...
List Of High Schools In Michigan - Mecosta County
... Big Rapids High School, Big Rapids Brockway Christian Academy (K-12), Morley Chippewa Hills High School, Remus Community Christian School (K-12), Barryton ...
Ferris State University - History - The Founder
... In May 1884, he moved his family to Big Rapids, MI with the intention of opening a private school ... The Big Rapids Industrial School, forerunner of Ferris State University, opened on September 1, 1884 ... band marched in the funeral cortege to Highland View Cemetery in Big Rapids, where Mr ...
Big Rapids Public Schools - Sports
... Big Rapids is in the Central State Athletics Association (CSAA) ... The CSAA includes Big Rapids, Reed City, Chippewa Hills, Morley Stanwood, Lakeview, Central Montcalm, and newly added members as of 2008 Holton, Hesperia and White Cloud ... The Big Rapids boys basketball team recorded their first ever undefeated season in the 2008-2009 School year with a record of 20-0 ...

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