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Emergency declared in Gogebic County due to extreme weather

July 12, 2016 BESSEMER TOWNSHIP — Gogebic County Emergency Manager James Loeper and county officials declared a local emergency at approximately 6 a.m. more »»

‘A day of giving back’

July 12, 2016 GLADSTONE— Veterans will have the opportunity to take a half-day guided fishing trip on the Bays de Noc on Sunday. more »»

Companies will study risks, changes to underwater pipeline

July 12, 2016 MACKINAC CITY (AP) — The state of Michigan has tapped two companies to analyze the financial risk of an oil pipeline rupture in the Straits of Mackinac and evaluate any alternatives to the pipeline. more »»

Inmate kills two bailiffs at Michigan courthouse

July 12, 2016 ST. JOSEPH — An inmate charged with violent crimes was handcuffed when he wrested a gun from a sheriff’s deputy and killed two bailiffs at a southwestern Michigan courthouse, a sheriff said Tuesday. more »»

Marquette Maritime Museum commemorates lake’s legacy

July 11, 2016 ISHPEMING— While waterways such as the Great Lakes are viewed by modern society as a source of recreation and transportation, it is easy to forget that local history was forged, in large part, by th... more »»

Munising man stabbed; suspect under arrest

July 11, 2016 MARQUETTE — A Munising resident was arrested Sunday night for felonious assault after an altercation that led to the stabbing of a 25-year-old Munising man, according to a press release from the... more »»

Green Bay woman drowns in Peshtigo River while tubing

July 11, 2016 MARQUETTE — A 26-year-old Green Bay, Wisconsin resident drowned Saturday in the Peshtigo River in the Town of Stephenso. more »»

NAFTA a sore spot for some Michigan Dems

July 11, 2016 By THOMAS BEAUMONT Associated Press MOUNT CLEMENS — Michigan is trickier than it may appear for Hillary Clinton, a Democrat whose party’s presidential nominees have carried the struggling... more »»

Chocolay Bayou Nature Preserve officially protected

July 11, 2016 HARVEY — The Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy is now the owner of 13 acres of diverse riverfront habitat on the Chocolay Bayou that will be known as the Chocolay Bayou Nature Preserve. more »»

Pioneer days wraps up

July 10, 2016 Top, hundreds of community members made their way to downtown to the annual Pioneer Days Parade in Negaunee Saturday morning. Above, a group of children reach for candy during the parad. more »»

‘An ugly mess’

July 10, 2016 MARQUETTE — Some Upper Peninsula electric customers may see rate increases if a federal oversight committee approves a compliance filing related to millions of dollars in overdue subsidy payments fo... more »»

Snyder, Schuette at odds over more than just Flint

July 10, 2016 LANSING — Republicans have held the Michigan governorship and the state attorney general’s office for 5 1/2 years — a feat that had been out of reach for more than six decades before Rick Snyder and... more »»

Trowbridge Park sewer system to be completed

July 10, 2016 MARQUETTE — Marquette Township expects to finally complete the expansion of its sanitary sewer system in Trowbridge Park this year, an effort that began in the early 1990. more »»

Michigan resort owner challenging room tax

July 10, 2016 INDIAN RIVER, Mich. more »»

Mr. Upper Peninsula, Eh?

July 9, 2016 At top, the delegates introduced themselves at the start of the Mr. U.P. Pageant. more »»

Essar misses July deadline

July 9, 2016 ISHPEMING?—Essar Steel Minnesota, LLC’s failure to meet a July 1 deadline to pay Minnesota $66 million in infrastructure costs related to its Nashuak mine site could be good news for Cliffs Natural... more »»

Healthy smiles for UP children

July 9, 2016 MARQUETTE — Good oral health and happiness for kids across the Upper Peninsula. That’s the goal of the initiative, U.P. Wide Smiles, led by the Marquette County Health Department. more »»

Robust hiring gain in June points to a resilient US economy

July 9, 2016 WASHINGTON — A burst of hiring in June provided a reassuring sign that the U.S. economy will likely withstand global weakness that may be magnified by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. more »»

Rare restraint, reflection, calls for understanding from candidates

July 9, 2016 WASHINGTON — In this heated and deeply divisive campaign year, America’s presidential candidates responded Friday with striking reflection and restraint to the week’s killings of five police officer... more »»

 
 
 

 

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