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Being ready for opening night is hard

November 24, 2013 When you walk onto that stage, sometimes you can’t help but stop and stare at all the seats. Look at the stage lights; envision them directed at you, the colors they would display (if they were on). more »»

State rep. visit Kivela, students talk issues

November 24, 2013 MARQUETTE— Students at Marquette Alternative High School had a chance to ask state Rep. John Kivela, D-Marquette, the tough questions about current issues and the they didn’t hold back. more »»

Batkid in action

November 17, 2013 SAN FRANCISCO — Dressed in a black Batman costume, his fists clenched as he took on foe after foe around San Francisco, a 5-year-old boy who has battled leukemia for years fulfilled his wish Frida... more »»

Lost after the end of a good book series

November 17, 2013 The other day I was reading an article in The Mining Journal’s Scene Magazine about my favorite author Charlaine Harri. more »»

Driving for winter coats

November 17, 2013 CALUMET — For the seventh year, New Beginnings Angel Mission Free Store is conducting its annual winter coat giveaway, and more coats are needed for the store’s next giveaway. more »»

Checkmate

November 10, 2013 MARQUETTE— Bishop to d3. Rook to d8. These are just a few of the moves that middle schoolers in Negaunee are learning during their lunchtime chess club. more »»

In musicals, the show must go on

November 10, 2013 I have been involved in musicals ever since I was in eighth grade. more »»

Exercise and fun

November 3, 2013 MARQUETTE— Latin American music fills the air at Dance Zone as children move to the rhythm of the music in their Zumba Kids class. more »»

Learning to live with snow takes time

November 3, 2013 Lately, with the cold weather and snow flurries, all I’ve been able to think about is how much I am not ready for winter to come just yet. more »»

‘Bionic Man’ breathes, walks with artificial parts

November 3, 2013 AP Technology Writer NEW YORK — Gentlemen, we can rebuild him, after all. We have the technology. more »»

Yearbook 101

October 27, 2013 MARQUETTE— Yearbooks are filled with memories that students will cherish for years to come. But for some students, the yearbook itself will serve as a memory of the time they helped put it together. more »»

Moderates a better choice inside Beltway

October 27, 2013 As I’m sure most people are aware, the United States government recently shut down for just over two weeks. more »»

ABCs the UP way

October 20, 2013 MARQUETTE— When it comes to alphabet books for kids, almost every state has one, including Michigan. Now the Upper Peninsula has its own ABC book where P obviously stands for Pasty. Emily L. E. more »»

Asthma now almost forgotten

October 20, 2013 I was diagnosed with asthma when I was 13 years old. When I was younger, my symptoms were really bad and I would have an asthma attack at least once a week. more »»

CARDBOARD Challenge

October 13, 2013 MARQUETTE— In the summer of 2011 a 9-year-old boy named Caine made an arcade of cardboard at his father’s used parts shop in East Los Angeles. more »»

‘When I was your age’ gets old, fast

October 13, 2013 I would like to open this column by analyzing the words of my ancestors: “When I was your age.” When I was young(er) I would get that a lot from my cousins and uncle. more »»

GIRLS ON THE GRIDIRON

October 6, 2013 MARQUETTE— Cheers and yelling filled the air of the Westwood High School football stadium on a Monday night as homecoming week started off with the 2013 Powder Puff Football Games. more »»

Filling up the photography bucket list

October 6, 2013 Whether or not they’ve written it down, I think almost everyone has a bucket list. Mine list isn’t written down either, but I do have one, thoug. more »»

VFW looks for teacher nominations

October 6, 2013 NEGAUNEE — The VFW and its Ladies Auxiliary will be accepting nominations for the Smart/Maher VFW citizenship education teacher award contest. more »»

RAPPING LIKE SHAKESPEARE

September 29, 2013 MARQUETTE— When thinking of William Shakespeare, the first things to come to mind might be iambic pentameter and antique language — probably not rap and hip hop. more »»

 
 
 

 

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