By Virginia Paulson
There hasn’t been a hotel in Negaunee for a number of years, but it wasn’t always that way. When. the founding of Negaunee came through the operations of the Jackson Iron Company and their discoveries of iron ore in the Teal Lake region. ...
By Ty Koski
Negaunee Chamber of
Our first spotlight is Campfire Coffee, located in downtown Negaunee! We sat down with General Manager Allison Carpenter to talk about Iron Street construction and what’s coming soon to Campfire Coffee.
“The campfire is a ...
By Journal Staff
ESCANABA — The largest trapping event in North America, the National Trappers Association Convention and Outdoor Show, will be July 27-29 at the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba.
Many legendary trappers from around the U.S. will sell their wares, giving ...
Twenty five years ago, a group of Marquette residents decided to make a boathouse on Lake Superior into a theater.
The first show to debut on that stage was an original musical written by Northern Michigan University professor and playwright Shelley Russell called ‘Beacon on the Rock.’ ...
By LINDSEY BAHR
AP Film Writer
A powerful, shapeshifting teenage girl and a disgraced knight-in-training suspected of killing a beloved queen are at the heart of “ Nimona,” a vibrant and irreverent animated adventure set in a futuristic fantasy kingdom.
It is a familiar story — a ...
By Journal Staff
MARQUETTE — Area residents are encouraged to run for recovery this summer.
Great Lakes Recovery Center’s 16th Annual Run for Recovery will take place on Wednesday, July 19.
The event will occursimultaneously in three different Upper Peninsula communities –L’Anse, ...