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Shearer welcomed home

January 31, 2014 Bishop Robert Blotter, left, welcomes James Shearer as he returns to report to the local ward on serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. more »»

NIT helps fund library projects

January 30, 2014 From left, Negaunee Invitational Tournament board members Terry Garceau and Dane Nelson present a check for $200 to Ishpeming Carnegie Public Library library assistant Kelsey Boldt and fundraiser Ra... more »»

IHS tops NHS in High School Bowl

January 30, 2014 Ishpeming High School defeated Norway High School in the second round of High School Bowl by a score of 190-60. more »»

Exchange Club volunteers at race

January 30, 2014 Exchange Club of Marquette County members Jack Reynolds and Addie Beauchaine tend to the soup and snack booth in the Superior Dome during Saturday’s Noquamenon ski races. more »»

Thrivent Financial supports church

January 30, 2014 Thrivent Financial recently donated $10,000 to Victory Lutheran Church in K.I. Sawyer. more »»

Poetry Out Load winners named

January 30, 2014 From left are Marquette Senior High School Poetry Out Loud champion Reilly Chabie, runner-up Marguerite Guter and third place finisher Chelsea Morin. more »»

St. Charles Winery assists UPAWS

January 30, 2014 Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter Board Vice-President Ann Brownell receives a $300 check from Randy St. Charles of St. Charles Winery. St. more »»

Exchangites assist scouts

January 26, 2014 Kevin Corkin, left, of the Boy Scouts Hiawathaland Council accepts a grant check from Terry Green of the Exchange Club of Marquette Count. more »»

Fund donates to society

January 26, 2014 Ishpeming Historical Society representative Susan Boback, left, accepts a grant check from Megan Chapman of the Greater Ishpeming Area Community Fund. more »»

Marquette Figure Skating Club competes in Fox Cities

January 26, 2014 The Marquette Figure Skating Club recently competed at the Fox Cities Skating Competition in Appleton, Wis. The team took 10th in overall points out of 21 teams. more »»

Lions Club backs BCHC

January 26, 2014 Kris Rowe of the Gwinn Lions Club presents a check for $1,000 to Bay Cliff Health Camp Director Tim Bennett at the Bay Cliff Open House in December. more »»

Household Appliance-Art Van opens

January 24, 2014 Household Appliance and Art Van Furniture recently held a ribbon-cutting to mark its grand opening. more »»

U.P. native Riekki edits ‘notable book’

January 24, 2014 A Negaunee native edited one of the books selected by The Library of Michigan as the 2014 Michigan Notable Books — books celebrating Michigan people, places and events. more »»

NMBT supports Toys for Tots program

January 24, 2014 E.J. Kostreva, president of Northern Michigan Bank and Trust’s Northern District, stands with the collection of toys donated by the bank, its customers and employees to the local U.S. more »»

Globe Printing donates T-shirts

January 24, 2014 Globe Printing recently donated state champion T-shirts to the Ishpeming Hematite football team for winning the state championship. more »»

Salisbury gains certification

January 24, 2014 MARQUETTE — Brenda Salisbury, physical therapist for U.P. more »»

Staff changes at Eye Associates

January 24, 2014 MARQUETTE — Wayne “Mokey” Garrow has retired from Eye Associates of Marquette after more than 40 years of employment. Dennis Hruska is replacing Garrow on the optical staff at the practice of Drs. more »»

Foundation supports school districts

January 23, 2014 The Western Marquette County Health Foundation, formerly the Bell Foundation, recently donated $3,000 to school districts in western Marquette County. more »»

Sunday schoolers donate items

January 23, 2014 MARQUETTE — Sunday school children from the New Apostolic Church collected more than 20 bags and boxes of food, personal items and handmade afghans that were delivered to the Jansen House for... more »»

Aalto retires from vet clinic

January 23, 2014 NEGAUNEE — Dr. Gerald Aalto recently retired from the Negaunee Veterinary Clinic. After two years as a veterinarian in the army, Aalto opened the Negaunee Veterinary Clinic in 1973. more »»



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