Why Michigan can feel far-away earthquakes better than other states .

Author Lisa A. Shiel has researched the hidden history of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and reveals surprising facts about earthquakes. The recent quake that opened a crevice in Menominee County is just one of many temblors that have shaken the region. 3.3 magnitude earthquake 2015-06-30 15:42:54 UTC at 15:42 June 30, 2015 UTC Location: Epicenter at 42.146, -85.046 11.2 km from Union City (7.2 miles) Updated Dec 01 , 2018; Posted Apr 27, 2018 . Even though Michigan is categorized as having a very low hazard risk for earthquakes, the state does experience earthquakes. Michigan's Upper Peninsula Has a Long History of Earthquakes. Fault lines are really located everywhere, but it's usually the major fault lines that you need to worry about. Fault lines are really located everywhere, but it's usually the major fault lines that you need to worry about. - PR11008026 Since one of the earliest recorded quakes in 1872, several earthquakes have been felt in Detroit and Michigan, especially within a strip of …