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Felony cases rise in Marquette County

October 23, 2016 By KELSIE THOMPSON Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Prosecutor’s Office has reported an influx in felony cases, including those related to drugs and sexual assaul. more »»

Premiums to rise in individual market

October 23, 2016 By DAVID EGGERT Associated Press LANSING — The nearly 400,000 people who buy their own health insurance in Michigan will see premiums rise by an average of 16. more »»

Board again rejects building design standards

October 23, 2016 By RYAN JARVI Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — Following a lengthy discussion early last week, the Marquette Township Board unanimously decided to send proposed building design regulations back to... more »»

Marching bands from across the Upper Peninsula

October 23, 2016 Six different high school marching bands from across the Upper Peninsula and northern lower Michigan joined the NMU marching band for a halftime and postgame show during the football team's game... more »»

Snyder declares state of disaster

October 22, 2016 By RYAN JARVI and KELSIE THOMPSON Journal Staff Writers MARQUETTE — Gov. more »»

Jobless rates rose in 3 swing states

October 22, 2016 By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON — Unemployment rates rose in three of eight U.S. swing states last month, fell in two and were unchanged in the remaining three. more »»

Tests on U.P. cougars support DNR theory

October 22, 2016 MARQUETTE — Genetic testing on tissue samples from two cougars poached in the Upper Peninsula shows the two animals likely came from a population found generally in South Dakota, Wyoming and... more »»

Rehabilitated owl released at Harlow Park

October 22, 2016 By CHRISTIE BLECK Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — Marquette’s Harlow Park gained a couple of ounces earlier this week. more »»

Trump won’t say he’ll accept election result

October 20, 2016 LAS VEGAS — Threatening to upend a fundamental pillar of American democracy, Donald Trump refused to say Wednesday night that he will accept the results of next month’s election if he loses to... more »»

Remembering the lost

October 20, 2016 NEGAUNEE — In the aftermath of the 1926 Barnes-Hecker tragedy Ishpeming Mayor K.I. Sawyer said: “We are not forgetting the families of these men. more »»

No salary increases for county officials

October 20, 2016 MARQUETTE — At the Marquette County Board’s annual meeting Tuesday, commissioners approved 2017 salaries for elected officials, which reflected no increases from this year. more »»

AP FACT CHECK: Trump, Clinton and their debate claims

October 20, 2016 WASHINGTON — Donald Trump painted an inaccurately dark portrait of manufacturing in America while Hillary Clinton stretched credulity in boasting that her spending plans won’t add to the country’s... more »»

Negaunee City Council hears from contractor about specifics of Sundberg demolition

October 20, 2016 NEGAUNEE — Detailed information about a bid it recieved last week for demolition of the Sundberg Building will be heard by the Negaunee City Council at a special meeting at 6:30 tonight at the... more »»

Flood waters vex residents

October 19, 2016 SKANDIA — Law enforcement officers, first responders and other emergency personnel worked in perfect harmony Tuesday to rescue 10 people and three dogs from high flood waters along the Chocolay... more »»

Class-action suit seeks sweeping help for Flint students

October 19, 2016 DETROIT — Several families filed a class-action lawsuit Tuesday against the state of Michigan and the Flint school district. more »»

U.S. District Court Judge Robert Holmes Bell to retire

October 19, 2016 GRAND RAPIDS — Effective Jan. more »»

Meet Azalea the smoking chimp, star at Pyongyang zoo

October 19, 2016 PYONGYANG, North Korea — Pyongyang’s newly opened zoo has a new star: Azalea, the smoking chimpanzee. more »»


October 18, 2016 MARQUETTE — International trade, industry, education, health care, jobs and the environment were among the topics covered during The Mining Journal’s 1st Congressional District debate. more »»

Flooding impacts residents, roads along Chocolay River

October 18, 2016 By MARQUETTE — Heavy flooding along the Chocolay River has displaced residents and shut down roads in Chocolay and Skandia townships this morning, according the Michigan State Police. Sgt. more »»

Resident well advisory made

October 18, 2016 MARQUETTE — People living in an area that recently or currently is flooded are cautioned their private wells might be in danger of contamination from pollutants carried in floodwaters. more »»

1st Congressional District debate tonight will be live streamed on Facebook

October 17, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Mining Journal, in cooperation with the Peter White Public Library, will host a debate among 1st Congressional District candidates tonight at 7 p.m. more »»



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