Mahar, Dixon appointed to positions in residency program
Kelley Mahar, MD, has been named associate program director for the new Upper Peninsula track of the Michigan State University Psychiatry Residency Program. “The Upper Peninsula has been desperately underserved in the mental health arena for so long,” said Mahar in a news release. ...
Care Clinic of Marquette appoints new officers
Kids outdoors in Hiawatha forest
Escanaba students prepare to put on snowshoes to learn about Leave No Trace ethics. (Courtesy photo)
The Munising Mustangs played the Calumet Copper Kings in the second quarter final round of High School Bowl and were defeated by a score of 320-90. Forty schools from the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin field teams for WNMU-TV’s High School Bowl tournament, now celebrating 42 years on the air. Running from November through the championship game in April, the High School Bowl series airs on WNMU-TV Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Mondays at 3 p.m. Find more information on the 2019-2020 tournament at wnmutv.nmu. edu. Representing Munising, seated from left, are players Joe Potila, team captain Maci Cornish, Carly Lindquist and Elliot Potila. Standing is alternate Caitlin Britton and coach Eric Lynch. Players for Calumet are, seated from left, Lowell Torola, Serenity Snyder, team captain Zander Worm and Ben Jackson. Standing is coach David Torola. High School Bowl host Jim Koski is standing at lower left.
MTA donates rackets in memory of Matson
DAV Chapter 22 donates to D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans’ assistance fund
Superior Health Foundation presents check to Marquette County Health Department
Following an incredibly successful Painting the Peninsula Pink in October 2019, the Superior Health Foundation proudly awarded $22,368 to the Marquette County Health Department to be used for the SHF Breast Health Fund. In the photo, from left, are Jim LaJoie, executive director of the ...
Marquette County Exchange Club aids local groups
Marek Haltof’s book about Holocaust film honored
MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University English professor Marek Haltof’s book, “Screening Auschwitz: Wanda Jakubowska’s The Last Stage and the Politics of Commemoration,” has received the Wadclaw Lednicki Humanities Award from the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of ...
Marquette Area Blues Society holds elections
MARQUETTE — The Marquette Area Blues Society recently held its annual elections, and the following persons were named to the 2020 MABS Board: Mark Hamari (President), Mark Johnson (Vice President), JoAnne Maki (Sec’y/Treasurer), and trustees Charlie Bastian, Dave Crum, Cindy Engle, Lorrie ...
mBank supports community projects, efforts
Leading financial institution mBank in Marquette supports community projects and efforts. In the photo at left, a $10,000 donation was made to the Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Association. Pictured left to right: Jeremy Bloomfield, branch manager, Marquette Washington Street.; Joe Havican, vice ...
Munising competes in High School Bowl
On Feb. 15, the Munising “Mustangs” played the North Central “Jets” in the second round of High School Bowl and won by a score of 200-140. Forty schools from the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin field teams for WNMU-TV's High School Bowl tournament, now celebrating 42 years on the ...
Jette Gebo awarded employee of quarter
Marquette Area Blues Society aids Music For All Kids
Locals attend conference
Westwood High School announces honor rolls
Semester 1 12th grade * Denotes 4.0 GPA ALL As: *Katelyn Anttila, *Rocco Carlson, *Aili Harmon, *Trent Holmgren, *Madelyn Koski, Elliott Lemire, *Madison MacLachlan, *Camery Magnuson, *Mason Mariuzza, *Makenzie Rajala, *Calli Solka, *Brock Sundberg, *Jackson Vidlund, 3.0 GPA or ...