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Sunday: Our Youth

Marquette native gets fellowship for research in Rwanda

MARQUETTE — Chloe Hale of Marquette has been awarded the $25,000 Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship. A University of Michigan double major in political science and social theory in practice, Hale will spend a year in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital and largest city, to explore the theory that health ...

8-18 MEDIA: Speaking from the heart

I was very young when I realized my manner of speech would be the best way to assimilate myself with mainstream American society. I was four when I moved to the United States. I attended preschool a year later in the small, southern Illinois college town my family and I lived in. I was small, I ...

Sprucing up the plaza

The Ishpeming High School Track & Field Team, Key Club members and National Society members plus track coaches work on landscaping at the Ishpeming Heritage Plaza on May 14. They placed 24 cubic yards of topsoil along the Heritage Trail by the Three Sons of Ishpeming Memorial. ...

GETTING INVOLVED

MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University student Gwen Feamster, a political science major from downstate Linden has been selected to serve on the Michigan Department of State’s Collegiate Student Advisory Task Force, NMU announced. She is among 25 undergraduates chosen from more than 200 ...

8-18 Media: Releasing my first novel

Over the course of my life up to this point, I have worked on a wide variety of projects. However, none of them has been as significant as the creation of my first novel, Forsaken City. This has been a multi-year project that started before the COVID-19 pandemic began and is now coming to an ...

Hitting the trails

BARAGA — Michigan Trails and Recreation Alliance of Land and the Environment, MI-TRALE, provided hands-on training in addition to one day of classroom study for the students of Ontonagon, Ewen Trout Creek, Lake Linden, and Dollar Bay Schools. There were a total of around 130 students ...