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Select Realty donates food to Women’s Center

October 7, 2016 Select Realty employees Stephanie Jones, Breck Tonella, Alaria Carrott and Kalli Payment are shown arriving at the Women’s Center to donate to the center’s food and supplies pantr. more »»

Exchange Club supports local organizations

October 6, 2016 The Exchange club supports local organizations such as the Marquette County Search and Rescue, RSVP, UPCRC and Do it for Daniel. Click on the photos for details. more »»

St. Mark’s Church benefits worthy organizations

October 5, 2016 After 117 years of ministry in Marquette, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church (known by many as the Finnish Church) closed its doors. On Sept. more »»

RFR Ladies raise funds

October 5, 2016 The Red Fox Run Ladies League recently sponsored a golf tournament to raise funds for Cancer Care of Marquette County, raising over $18,000. more »»

Cookouts a big success

October 5, 2016 Super One Foods of Marquette & Negaunee held cookouts on Friday and Saturday of Labor Day weekend and raised a lot of money to help UPAWS. more »»

Econo donates to UP Luge

October 5, 2016 Zach Quinell, manager of Tadych’s Econo Foods in Marquette, presents a check for $1,258.37 to the Upper Peninsula Luge Team. From left: Zane Farnsworth, Torrey Cookman, and Tammy Wills. more »»

Westwood Homecoming King, Queen crowned

September 30, 2016 Jarod Mattila and Kassy Carlson were crowned Westwood High School’s Homecoming King and Queen at the school’s homecoming festivities on Sept. 23. more »»

IHS Homecoming King, Queen selected

September 30, 2016 Kadin Fox and Allie Johnson were crowned Ishpeming High School's Homecoming King and Queen at the school's homecoming festivities on Sept. 23. more »»

Econo donates to Hiawatha

September 29, 2016 Zach Quinnell, manager of Econo Foods, recently presented a check for $422.46 to Pat Saari-Sherbinow of the Hiawatha Music Co-Op. more »»

Brookridge Heights donates blankets for children

September 29, 2016 Brookridge Heights residents recently donated blankets that they made for the children who reside at the Women’s Center’s emergency shelter, Harbor House. more »»

Sara Linna earns scholarship

September 29, 2016 Sara Linna was one of the recipients of the Bell Auxiliary Health Care Scholarship for $1,000. more »»

Kohl’s volunteers help direct traffic

September 28, 2016 Kohl’s Associates in Action Volunteers (from left) Ty Kauppinen, son of Assistant Store Manager Heidi Kauppinen; Bailey Hagner, Kaleigh Dornbush, Pam Clark and AIA Coordinator, Chris Nelson, assiste... more »»

Legion Post 114 donates to Honor Flight

September 28, 2016 Greenwood American Legion Post 114 (Post, Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion) recently made a $620 donation to the U.P. Honor Flight, which had its latest mission earlier this month. more »»

Native Nails ribbon cutting

September 28, 2016 Native Nails in downtown Ishpeming celebrated a Ribbon Cutting with the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce on Sept. . more »»

Keene earns scholarship

September 28, 2016 Emily Keene was one of the recipients of the Bell Auxiliary Health Care Scholarship for $1,00. more »»

Bell Auxiliary donates to Ishpeming Salvation Army

September 25, 2016 Capt. Doug Winters of the Ishpeming Salvation Army received a $2,500 donation for Senior Heating Assistance from Bell Auxiliary. more »»

Pierce High School Class of 1956 celebrates 60 years

September 25, 2016 John D. Pierce High School Class of 1956 at 60-year reunion. Pictured, front row: Murray Olds, Dorothy Fontaine Thomas , Lithia Fine Pavalon, Bethany Carlson Riveness, Marge Schaefer Zalkowski. more »»

Vietnam Veterans donate to memorial fund

September 23, 2016 Immediately following the POW/MIA ceremony in Ishpeming recently, members of Chapter 380 of the Vietnam Veterans of America presented a $500 donation to Sterling Schultz, a founding member of the... more »»

Rotary begins Pennies for Polio Campaign

September 23, 2016 MARQUETTE — Bright yellow polio donation jugs are showing up in businesses around Marquette. The Rotary Club of Marquette has begun their Pennies for Polio campaign as a build up to World Polio D. more »»



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