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April 14, 2014 MARQUETTE — With temperatures plummeting to far below normal, winds in excess of 30 mph and several inches of heavy, wet snow blanketing much of Marquette County overnight, spring has started to... more »»

Weather-related cancellations reported

April 14, 2014 Poor weather has forced several events scheduled for tonight to be cancelled. According to Negaunee school officials, the superintendent interviews set for tonight have been rescheduled for April 22. more »»

MGH to be honored with “Shining Star” by Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson

April 14, 2014 MARQUETTE — Marquette General Hospital is being honored by Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson for its recent organ donation efforts, according to an MGH press release. more »»

Marquette seeks LDFA boundary expansion SmartZone status

April 14, 2014 MARQUETTE — The Marquette City Commission has scheduled a public hearing for later this month to consider expanding the boundaries of the city’s Local Development Finance Authority to encompass the... more »»

Today in print

April 14, 2014 Articles found in today's printed edition of The Mining Journal include: -Local officials increasingly convert paved roads to gravel as lawmakers debate how to fund repairs -Musical Charms: Spring... more »»

Habitat funds

April 13, 2014 MARQUETTE — In North American Wetlands Conservation Act grants announced recently by the U.S. more »»

Wetlands mitigation a work in progress

April 13, 2014 MARQUETTE — Can you recreate what nature made? It’s not always that easy. more »»

Ishpeming man bound over on bilking charity charge

April 13, 2014 ISHPEMING — An Ishpeming man accused of misrepresenting his efforts to raise money for a local charity is set for arraignment in Marquette County Circuit Court later this month. more »»

Asian carp cooking part of festival

April 13, 2014 EAST PEORIA, Ill. — The swarms of Asian carp that infest the Illinois River may not want to hear this, but they’re good to eat. more »»

Council: Software vulnerability should be disclosed

April 13, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Disclosing vulnerabilities in commercial and open source software is in the national interest and shouldn’t be withheld from the public unless there is a clear national security or... more »»

Busted water main costly

April 12, 2014 MARQUETTE — While Marquette officials continue to assess damage from Friday’s water pipe break on South Seventh Street — which undermined the roadway and forced closure of the street — the county’... more »»

Deadly bat fungus found in U.P. caves

April 12, 2014 MARQUETTE — A fungus recently detected in Michigan for the first time threatens to kill 90 percent of the state’s 300,000 colonial hibernating bats within the next three to five years, and... more »»

Ishpeming officers honored for rescuing 2 women held captive

April 12, 2014 ISHPEMING — Two Ishpeming city police officers were given the Life Saving Award at this week’s city council meeting for the role they played in rescuing two women imprisoned and beaten in a... more »»

State to appeal exotic boar ban ruling

April 12, 2014 TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — The state plans to appeal an Upper Peninsula judge’s ruling that overturns a ban on Russian boars and similar swine breeds. more »»

Obamas paid nearly $100K in taxes

April 12, 2014 WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama paid $98,169 in taxes on $481,098 in adjusted income last year, tax returns the White House released Friday show. more »»

Car chase ends in grinding crash

April 11, 2014 MARQUETTE — A vehicle chase in Marquette Thursday night ended with the driver in the hospital. At about 7:30 p.m. more »»

Road collapses on South Seventh Street

April 11, 2014 The city of Marquette’s Department of Public Works was busy this morning with a large 15-foot sinkhole that formed on Seventh Street after a water main break. more »»

Third NMU president finalist addresses public

April 11, 2014 MARQUETTE — Greg Cant wants people to know he’s not going to shy away from a challenge, especially those that face higher education in Michigan today. more »»

Today in print

April 11, 2014 Articles found in today's printed edition of The Mining Journal include: -Road collapses on South Seventh Street -Coal shortage For the full article and photos, please see today’s printed edition... more »»

How sweet it is

April 10, 2014 BARK RIVER — Despite a bitterly cold and seemingly endless winter causing a late start to the season, maple syrup production seems to be on track in the Upper Peninsula. more »»



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