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Monday: In Business

More skilled trade workers needed

MARQUETTE — Despite the steady decline in unemployment rates over the last six months, Michigan is still battling a labor shortage across most industries, especially skilled trades. Businesses across Michigan need highly skilled workers in sectors such as agriculture, construction, energy ...

Partnership News and Views

MARQUETTE — While small bits of color started appearing across the Upper Peninsula weeks ago, we can now officially welcome the fall season in all its glory. As we fill our time with our favorite fall activities and food – from football and color tours to apple cider, pumpkin beer, and ...

New sleep specialist brought in by UPHS-Marquette

MARQUETTE — UP Health System has welcomed Michael Sand, DO, to its Respiratory and Sleep Medicine teams. Dr. Sand diagnoses and treats sleep disorders—such as sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy and restless leg syndrome—in adults and children ages four and older through a variety of sleep ...

Third Street Marketplace celebrates grand opening

LAKE SUPERIOR COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP media release Marquette-Third Street Marketplace (3RDSTMP) and Pizza@Marquetteannounced its grand opening on Friday. The Lake Superior Community Partnership assisted with a ribbon cutting to mark the celebration at its location 1034 N. Third Street in ...

UPHS-Marquette welcomes new neurosurgeon

UP HEALTH SYSTEM media release Marquette—UPHS-Marquette is pleased to welcome board-certified Neurosurgeon Elizabeth Hogan, MD, to its Brain and Spine Center. She offers specialized care for many neurological and spinal conditions, with a special focus and training in adult spinal ...