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10th air bag death reported

January 24, 2016 WASHINGTON — A Ford pickup driver killed last month in South Carolina is the 9th person to die in the U.S. more »»

Jr. Noque draws crowd

January 23, 2016 MARQUETTE — As the starting shot was fired at 4 p.m. sharp Friday, dozens of eager kids took off from the Noquemenon Ski Trails Forestville Trailhead as a line of spectators cheered them on. more »»

Pay raise debated

January 23, 2016 ISHPEMING — The Ishpeming City Council approved City Manager Mark Slown’s evaluation and compensation package at a special meeting Thursday morning, but not without a bit of controversy. more »»

Big changes in store for Marquette Mall

January 23, 2016 MARQUETTE — More than a year after plans were announced for a major renovation to the Marquette Mall, which officials say has changed but is still moving forward, more businesses have since left or... more »»

Pentagon to help overhaul security clearance system

January 23, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration asked the Pentagon on Friday to help overhaul the federal security clearance system, aiming to turn the page on a devastating data breach that exposed a... more »»

The Chocolay Raptor Center is GOLDEN

January 22, 2016 HARVEY — The Chocolay Raptor Center has had its share of hawks, owls and falcons to rehabilitate — or keep as permanent residents if the injured birds can’t be released back into the wild. more »»

Wolf debate continues

January 22, 2016 MARQUETTE — A wolf attack this week on a Forsyth Township man’s dog fanned flames in a decade-long debate about whether and how the state should manage the Upper Peninsula’s wolf population. more »»

Testimony given in CSC case

January 22, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Forsyth Township man charged with 39 counts of criminal sexual conduct, including oral sex with a child under 13 and producing child pornography, was back in the Marquette County... more »»

Questions of race: Would Flint crisis happen in wealthier, whiter community?

January 22, 2016 FLINT— Ever since the full extent of the Flint water crisis emerged, one question has persisted: Would this have happened in a wealthier, whiter community? Residents in the former auto-making hub — ... more »»

More work needed to protect lakes

January 21, 2016 TRAVERSE CITY — The U.S. more »»

Senate panel backs measure to delist gray wolves in Michigan, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Minnesota

January 21, 2016 WASHINGTON — A Senate committee has approved a Republican amendment to strip federal protection from gray wolves in three Great Lakes states and Wyoming. more »»

Michigan’s annual average unemployment rate falls

January 21, 2016 LANSING (AP) — Michigan’s annual average unemployment rate fell in 2015, marking the sixth straight yearly decline. more »»

Torch Light TREK

January 21, 2016 A group of children and chaperones makes its way up the first hill on the course of the Torch Light Trek at the Suicide Bowl Ski Area Wednesday evening. The trek was hosted by the U.S. more »»

Marquette County Board retains counsel in dark store issue

January 21, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Board on Tuesday voted to retain the services of attorney Jack Van Coevering, who has assisted the board since 2014 in finding a solution to the “dark store” issue. more »»

Man falls through ice, rescued by passersby

January 21, 2016 MARQUETTE — A 45-year-old Marquette man was rescued by passersby after falling through the ice into Lake Superior at about 11 p.m. Wednesda. more »»

Governor’s emails show debate over blame for Flint water

January 21, 2016 LANSING — A day after doctors reported high levels of lead in Flint children, Gov. more »»

Airport says icing testing is safe

January 21, 2016 MARQUETTE — The two helicopters seen flying over Marquette County are involved in winter icing tests being performed by the U.S. Arm. more »»

Local protesters call for chief exec’s removal

January 20, 2016 MARQUETTE — “Yoopers stand with Flint” and “Snyder must go” were a few phrases chanted by about 40 protesters outside Gov. more »»

Marquette man faces analogue drug charge

January 20, 2016 MARQUETTE — A 24-year-old Marquette man was arrested today and charged with one count of controlled substance, possession of analogues after officers located testosterone enanthate while... more »»

Snyder pledges to fix it, apologizes

January 20, 2016 LANSING— Only a year ago, Rick Snyder began his second term as Michigan governor promoting the same achievements that had propelled him to victory in 2014: The state was at last in the midst of an... more »»



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