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Close race for Alger board

November 3, 2010 MUNISING — Alger County Board incumbent Joseph “Pepper” VanLandschoot retained his District 2 seat by a four-vote margin in Tuesday’s election. more »»

Lindberg holds on for 3rd term as state rep

November 3, 2010 MARQUETTE — Steve Lindberg, D-Marquette, was re-elected for a third and final term as state representative for the 109th District. more »»

Negaunee, Ishpeming, NICE choose school boards

November 3, 2010 ISHPEMING — Tuesday’s election saw races in the Negaunee, NICE and Ishpeming school districts for seats on the three school boards. more »»

Ishpeming elects Scanlon as mayor

November 3, 2010 ISHPEMING — Ishpeming voters have chosen Councilman Pat Scanlon to serve as mayor for the next two years. more »»

Haines is Negaunee mayor

November 3, 2010 NEGAUNEE — Michael Haines has been elected mayor of Negaunee. Haines beat out fellow councilman Peter Dompierre for the position, winning with 776 votes over Dompierre’s 600. more »»

4 running for 2 seats on board

November 1, 2010 MARQUETTE — Four people are running for the two open spots on the Gwinn school board. Included are incumbents Michelle Dolby and Ronald Libey, and write-in candidates Ron Lauren and Gene Suardini. more »»

Bench battle

November 1, 2010 MUNISING — Voters in Alger and Schoolcraft counties will decide a race Tuesday for probate and family court judge between incumbent Charles Nebel of Munising and challenger Dan Beaton of Manistique. more »»

Demarest, Scanlon run for Ishpeming mayor

November 1, 2010 ISHPEMING — With the end of Mayor Gary Nelson’s term, Ishpeming residents will also be voting in a new mayor this election. more »»

Township voters face millage requests

November 1, 2010 MARQUETTE — Voters in several Marquette County townships will decide various millage requests in Tuesday’s election, including a road funding proposal in Marquette Township. more »»

BLP candidate unopposed

November 1, 2010 MARQUETTE — One person is running for an open seat on the Marquette Board of Light and Power. Jerry Garceau, 47, is running for the seat occupied by Kenneth Wanberg. more »»

School board race uncontested

November 1, 2010 ISHPEMING — Two seats on the Ishpeming school board will be filled in Tuesday’s election. The seats are held by Treasurer Angela Kiviniemi and Trustee Jennifer Ruus. more »»

4 seek 2 MAPS?board seats

October 28, 2010 MARQUETTE — Four people are running for two open seats on the Marquette school board. Incumbents Kellie A. Holmstrom and Norm Gruber are joined on the ballot by Brian Cherry and Mike Kohler. more »»

Four run for two seats on Ishpeming council

October 28, 2010 ISHPEMING — The Ishpeming City Council will have two open seats on Tuesday’s ballot. more »»

Negaunee approaches wastewater bond vote

October 27, 2010 Editor’s Note: This is the first in a three-part series on the Negaunee wastewater bond referendum that will be on the ballot on Nov. . more »»

Six in the running for NICE School Board

October 27, 2010 ISHPEMING — Three seats are opening up on the NICE Community Schools board of education. more »»

Ishpeming wastewater option would mean savings for Negaunee

October 27, 2010 Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series on the Negaunee wastewater bond referendum that will be on the ballot on Nov. 2. more »»

Cihak and Rydholm battle for Dist. 1 seat

October 27, 2010 MARQUETTE — Incumbent Democrat Jim Cihak will face independent challenger Gus Rydholm in Tuesday’s general election race for a District 1 seat on the Marquette County Boar. more »»

Three candidates for two seats on city commission

October 27, 2010 MARQUETTE — Three people are running for two seats on the Marquette City Commission. Incumbent Johnny DePetro is running against political newcomers Russell Kangas and Jason Schneider. more »»

Opinions mixed on future of Negaunee wastewater project

October 27, 2010 Editor’s note: This is the third in a three-part series on the Negaunee wastewater bond referendum that will be on the ballot on Nov. . more »»

Ishpeming to vote on charter amendments to change budget timeline

October 27, 2010 ISHPEMING — Voters in Ishpeming will be voting on two charter amendments that would help bring the city’s budget process more in line with the state’. more »»

 
 

 

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