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Alternative school programs pay many dividends

November 19, 2015 Providing a well-rounded education base to our youth is the universal goal of school districts, but that can be a tough goal to reach with some students. more »»

Trillium House welcome in the community

November 18, 2015 Taking care of a dying loved one comes with a variety of emotions, some more painful than others. It’s a stressful time, so any assistance for the caregivers is greatly appreciated. more »»

Help create packs for the homeless

November 17, 2015 For the homeless, daily life has more than its share of challenges. more »»

CemeteryHost website is innovative, will benefit many

November 16, 2015 With incredible access to information available through the Internet, family history has never drawn greater interest for people everywher. more »»

MAPS merit system strengthens educational atmosphere

November 15, 2015 It is an encouraging thing to see good, dependable employees get rewarded for their hard work. more »»

Hunting important to U.P. past, present and future

November 14, 2015 The Michigan firearms deer hunting season starts at dawn Sunday mornin. more »»

Blue and white well represents area football enthusiasts

November 13, 2015 We will never take for granted the excellent football team produced by Ishpeming High School year after year. more »»

Community fund grants assist many local organizations

November 12, 2015 Nearly a dozen well-deserving local organizations were the most recent beneficiaries of the Marquette County Community Fun. more »»

Sacrifice noted: Honor veterans today and all year round

November 11, 2015 Today is Veterans Day, which honors and remembers the many people who served in the Armed Forces. The holiday didn’t always go by this nam. more »»

Edmund Fitzgerald anniversary reminds of lakes’ danger

November 10, 2015 For people of a certain age, especially residents or former residents of the Great Lakes Basin, today holds a special meaning, albeit one that many would simply like to forg. more »»

BLP Rocks opens, gives public another local hiking option

November 9, 2015 After stirring much debate in recent times concerning a proposed new generating facility and attendant rate increase to pay for it, the Marquette Board of Light and Power was in the news for a... more »»

Illegal refuse dumping continues to defile area woodlands

November 8, 2015 A longstanding issue, which often involves the secrecy the deep woods and dirt roads can provide, was discussed publicly early last week by officials in Marquette Township. more »»

Beacon House party a great way to support great cause

November 7, 2015 If you’re out and about today and looking for something to do that will be both fun and supportive of a great cause, consider the Reverse Draw Raffle dinner and party for Beacon House. more »»

Saturday event will help battle hunger in Superiorland

November 6, 2015 Hunger is a frequently hidden, often ignored problem in our community. more »»

Homelessness among students getting addressed

November 5, 2015 It was startling news to learn recently that there are nearly 1,500 students in the Upper Peninsula who are identified as homeless. more »»

Flawed system must be changed to hold police accountable

November 4, 2015 Police officers, and law enforcement personnel in general, often have a dangerous jo. more »»

City of Marquette continues to be on right economic path

November 3, 2015 With the state and region still extricating itself from the Great Recession, it came as good news Monday that Marquette was among a handful of Michigan cities recognized for fostering entrepreneuria... more »»

State must take more active role in solving health care cost crisis

November 2, 2015 We couldn’t agree more with an mLive piece that made the rounds over the weekend detailing to what degree rising health care costs are harming the Michigan economy. more »»

Lack of mental health services in region is troubling

November 1, 2015 We trust Mining Journal readers paid close attention to a story on the front page Friday that detailed a dearth of trained mental health professionals available in the state of Michigan in general,... more »»

Volunteers did great job on Fayette Historic State Park

October 31, 2015 The outstanding work that volunteers have done at a historic Upper Peninsula park is very worthy of recognition. more »»



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