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Monday: In Business

Treating aches, pains and tension with Rolfing

MARQUETTE — Who’s not tired of feeling buried under a pile of tension? Whether through past injuries, prolonged stress, or simply bad habits, we all respond in the same way, by bracing and guarding. This results in less range of motion and more aches and pains. Fortunately, Marquette now ...

Chamber Chat: Wrapping up a semester spent at the GINCC

Spring is the time of beginnings and endings. The warmth brings a sense of growth and newness as the cold and stalemates fade away. In previous years, I’ve only remotely noticed this season of change, blinded by my excitement for summer to start. With my high school graduation quickly ...

April US home sales fell as low inventory pushed up prices

Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes fell for the third straight month in April as the number of properties for sale hit a record low, driving prices to new highs. Existing home sales fell 2.7% last month from March to a seasonally-adjusted rate of 5.85 million annualized units, the ...

Atlantic Mine native Mark Randell joins Aspirus Health as director of clinics

HOUGHTON — Aspirus Health announced Mark Randell, DPT, has accepted its director of clinics role. Randell will be responsible for direct oversight of Aspirus Laurium Clinic, Aspirus Houghton Clinic, Aspirus Lake Linden Clinic and Aspirus Ontonagon Clinic. Randell was born and raised in ...

Target suspends in-store sales of sports cards, cites safety

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Target on Friday cited safety concerns in suspending in-store sales of sports and Pokemon trading cards, but it made no mention of a recent fight over cards outside a Wisconsin store. Although the Minneapolis-based retailer didn’t give a direct reason for the change, the ...