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Ferguson can be chance to open new dialogue

November 26, 2014 There is much to lament about the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. more »»

Study cites city’s entrepreneurial climate

November 25, 2014 A downstate economic research agency has confirmed what locals in Marquette have known for some time, that the city is an outstanding location for people looking to start new businesses. more »»

As season enters second week, deer are scarse in area

November 24, 2014 At about the mid point in the 2014 firearm deer season, officials from across the Upper Peninsula report the number of whitetails being checked at Michigan Department of Natural Resources stations i... more »»

Road commission did good work in storm despite cuts

November 23, 2014 Last week’s early season snowstorm provided great challenges for agencies trying to keep roads passable and open, including the Marquette County Road Commission. more »»

Nothing better than helping needy kids during holidays

November 22, 2014 Have you ever wondered how needy children feel around Christmas? Or how children in poor families manage to find any reason to celebrate during the holidays? We’re told by history, society, and the... more »»

U.P. sportsmanship will be on display at Superior Dome

November 21, 2014 If anyone wonders why people love living in the Upper Peninsula, they only need go to the Superior Dome tonight and Saturday. There they will find the true source of U.. more »»

Marquette Township joint effort makes ice rink a reality

November 20, 2014 Now that area residents have pretty much accepted the fact that winter is here to stay, it’s time to shift to wintertime recreational activities. more »»

Grant for veterans programs, needs will do good work

November 19, 2014 Veterans are starting to get more local support, something we endorse. The U.. more »»

Deer Lake clean up an example of good teamwork

November 18, 2014 Although it didn’t get an enormous amount of attention last week, a public ceremony held at Deer Lake in western Marquette County was significant, nonetheless. more »»

Public comment needed in state wolf management

November 17, 2014 Few issues in recent years in the state of Michigan have captured the public spotlight and stirred emotions more than wolf management. more »»

State delegation set positive example for Washington

November 16, 2014 We believe that our local political leaders should be used as an example for Washington to follow on how to get along with each other and do what is best for a region as their first priorit. more »»

Trapper challenged

November 16, 2014 To the Journal editor: On Oct. 25, we were enjoying a peaceful day by the fire with my daughter, her two dogs, and my niece’s two dogs. more »»

DNR should involve larger numbers of people in decisions

November 15, 2014 In making its recommendations to the Natural Resources Commission for changes in fishing and hunting regulations and other matters, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources should not rely as... more »»

First week of deer camp: opening day Saturday

November 14, 2014 Saturday begins a favorite Upper Peninsula time of year for many: firearms deer hunting season. The recent snowstorm will make hunting a challenge in many spots. more »»

Eagle Mine haul road upgrades are necessary

November 13, 2014 Anyone who has driven up to Big Bay recently is well aware of the major road improvements that are nearing completion. The Marquette County Road Commission oversaw the reconstruction of 2. more »»

Winter comes early and hard to Superiorland

November 12, 2014 It’s nothing new this time of year in Marquette: snow. But we’ve seen a lot of it over the past few days. The National Weather Service in Negaunee Township reported a record 10. more »»

Never forget sacrifices made long ago and today

November 11, 2014 Our nation has been sending its young people to war for as long as there has been a country, for reasons both honorable and otherwise. more »»

Hops for Hospice was great event with great beer

November 10, 2014 For the second year in a row, Lake Superior Hospice teamed up with the Ore Dock Brewing Co. to raise money for patients and families under the umbrella of hospice car. more »»

Jail issues won’t likely go away any time soon

November 8, 2014 The Marquette County Board attempted this week to take a step toward improving conditions for staff and inmates at the county jail by beginning to pursue a phased-in $1. more »»

Shop Local Passports program a boon to local businesses

November 8, 2014 Several times a year, especially during the holidays when many people are spending more time and money in stores than usual, we have used this space to encourage local residents to shop locally. more »»



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