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Meijer project in Marquette Township takes steps forward

June 25, 2016 The people in charge of the Meijer development in Marquette Township took a big step forward this week when the Marquette Township Planning Commission unanimously approved the preliminary site plans... more »»

Beacon House capital campaign a great way to support community

June 24, 2016 Congratulations to the Beacon House for another amazing U.P. more »»

Time for the library, township to get contract settled

June 23, 2016 Marquette Township and Peter White Public Library officials appear to finally be close to an agreement concerning their contracted services. more »»

Proactive stance on potential oil spill a good idea

June 22, 2016 Mention the word “Enbridge” and you might be met with a look of consternation. more »»

Bills to combat drugged driving should be law

June 21, 2016 Bills approved by the State House and Senate deserve a positive review and prompt signature from Gov. Rick Snyder. more »»

Lakes economic development plan on right track

June 20, 2016 Although it’s very early in the process, we like what we've seen of a plan that, if implemented, promises to support and improve commerce in the Great Lakes region, including the St. Lawrence River. more »»

Traveling Wall visit to Marquette a chance to thank Vietnam vets

June 19, 2016 It troubles us to say it but it appears just enough years have passed since the end of the Vietnam War that it has become increasingly difficult to see what that conflict meant to the United States... more »»

City taking ownership of lighthouse positive for interested public

June 18, 2016 For years the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse guided ships navigating the, at times, rough seas of Lake Superior, allowing them to safely make port in Marquette or continue on their voyages elsewhere... more »»

U.P. prep athletes about to grab spotlight one final occasion

June 17, 2016 This weekend and next afford the chance to see some of the best athletes in the Upper Peninsula grab the spotlight one more time. This Saturday, it’s the the 31st annual U.P. more »»

Chocolay Township recreation area is worth supporting

June 16, 2016 Having adequate recreational facilities for a community’s residents is not always an easy thing to accomplish. more »»

Lake Superior can be an unforgiving place for swimmers

June 15, 2016 Local drownings again made the news, the most recent being a double drowning that took place on Saturday near Little Presque Isle in Marquette Township. more »»

City commission making progress on strategic plan

June 14, 2016 Marquette City Commissioners have taken some definite forward steps in developing a new strategic plan, two years after the last strategic plan was approved. more »»

Reintroduction of Arctic grayling a positive move

June 13, 2016 We sincerely hope a state effort coupled with assistance from a downstate Native American tribe to reintroduce Arctic grayling back into Michigan waters is successfu. more »»

Marquette Township, PWPL contract debate hopefully ending soon

June 12, 2016 There’s one issue that has been outstanding in Marquette Township for some time no. more »»

Reopening of idled paper mill is good news for Manistique

June 11, 2016 We were exceedingly pleased to learn last week that the shuttered Manistique paper mill had been purchased and is preparing to open for business. more »»

Historic Vista Theater an excellent venue to take in a performance

June 10, 2016 For 90 years, the Historic Vista Theater has been an important part of the Negaunee community. more »»

Lakestate, city each helped by ballot, envelope project

June 8, 2016 Lakestate Industries now can be known for more than creating useful products, of which the most well known are the firestarters made of 100 percent recycled content. more »»

Bernadette Reider represented best of Greatest Generation

June 7, 2016 In her life, which ended in April 2015 after 94 years, Bernadette Reider was many things to many people. To her fellow parishioners at the St. more »»

D-Day anniversary underscores gravity of sacrifices made

June 6, 2016 Seventy-two years ago today, what were you doing? If you are old enough to have known what was happening in the world then, chances are you were paying close attention to events unfolding in Normand... more »»

Moose population may be more than stressed in U.P., other states

June 5, 2016 How many readers have seen a moose recently? These majestic animals, because of their size, are hard to miss if you stumble across one when hiking through the woods. more »»



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