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Swick backs community baby shower

Swick Home Services in Marquette owner Rick Gilles presents a $500 check to Trecia Nickerson, left, and Barbie Dupras of the Marquette County Community Baby Shower, which is preparing for its 20th annual community baby shower.

Rare Earth marks addition of cafe

Rare Earth Goods in downtown Ishpeming recently celebrated its added cafe with a ribbon-cutting. Shown at the celebration are, from left, Kori Tossava of the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce, Andy Ferns, Tia Rodda, Brian Sheridan, Rare Earth Goods owners Dan Perkins and Pam ...

Revisions welcomed downtown

Mona Lang, left, Marquette Downtown Development Authority executive director, presents Revisions Design Studio owner Michelle Dupras with a welcome to downtown certificate recently. The studio is located at 219 W. Washington St.

Econo presents checks

Tadych's Econo Foods in Marquette recently presented checks to area organizations that earned the funds through Econo's We Share program. Included were, in photo above, Karen Rhodes of the Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter receives a $3,661 check from Zach Quinnell, manager of Econo ...

Econo presents checks

Tadych's Econo Foods in Marquette recently presented checks to area organizations that earned the funds through Econo's We Share program. Included were, in photo above, Karen Rhodes of the Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter receives a $3,661 check from Zach Quinnell, manager of Econo ...

Names and Faces

Peterson ends basic trainingSAN DIEGO - U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Jacob Peterson recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego.Peterson, the son of John and Peggy Peterson of Marquette and Anne Marie Peterson of Ishpeming, is a 2014 graduate of Ishpeming ...

Econo presents checks

Tadych's Econo Foods in Marquette recently presented funds raised through its We Share program to several local organizations. Click on photos for details.

Names and Faces

BMS honor rollannouncedMARQUETTE - The following students have been named to Bothwell Middle School honor roll for the third quarter:Sixth grade - Dominic G. Abdo, Ian G. Addison, Mara R. Anderson, Addison D. Bailey, Madison Balko, Samantha G. Balko, Samuel J. Bartlett, Matthew A. Basal, ...

Econo Foods programs benefit Wave U-15 soccer

Zach Quinnell, manager of Tadych's Econo Foods in Marquette, presents a $1,381 check to Superior Soccer Association's Wave U-15 team members, from left, Anna Pamlico, Alyssa Salmon, Lily Henning, Molly Welch, Chloe Henning and Christina Nestor. The team earned the funds through Econo's We Share ...

RE/MAX agents donate to children’s hospitals

Sales associates with RE/MAX 1st Realty in Marquette donated more than $6,400 to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals in 2014 through contributions from commission on each real estate transaction and the Miracle Home Program. Shown with a ceremonial check are: Seated from left, Cheryl Jackson, ...

Cognition Brewing marks opening

Cognition Brewing Co. in downtown Ishpeming recently celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting. Attending were, from left, Kori Tossava of the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce, Christine Pesola, Caralee Swanberg, Dave Aro, Robin Baird, Scott Erbisch, Brian Richards, Brian ...

We Energies supports YMCA project

Les Kowalski, asset manager at the Presque Isle Power Plant, presents a $10,000 check to Lisa Coombs-Gerou, chief executive officer of the YMCA of Marquette County. The donation comes from We Energies Foundation and is in support of the YMCA's expansion project.

Breakfast Rotary aids organizations

Marquette Breakfast Rotary recently presented grants to local organizations with funds raised at its annual fish boil. Included at the presentation are Jayne Letts of Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Heather Stipletoe of Peter White Public Library, Nheena Weyer Ittner of the U.P. Children's Museum, ...

Exchange Club backs Legion baseball

From left, Mike Truckey, commander of American Legion Post 44 in Marquette, and Legion Post 44 baseball representative Herman Eleby receive a $600 check from Bob Brumm, a member of the Exchange Club of Marquette County. The Exchange Club has been a longtime supporter of Legion baseball and ...

Westwood High School students Excel in regional, state competition

Westwood High School business students who competed at the State Leadership Conference include: Front row, from left, Rachel Anderson, RaeAnne Hinkens, Hannah Salmi and Rylee Perry; and back row, from left,Ivan Wiljanen, Luke Wiljanen, Hanna Wisuri, Annie Bjork, Courtney Beauchamp and Connor ...

Carrier donates canopy to center

Dale Carrier, owner of Carrier Construction and Second Nature Canvas, and Khadijah Wilson, Women's Center board member, are shown in front of the new canopy that Carrier recently donated to the Women's Center. A longtime supporter of the Women's Center, Carrier donated the original canopy more ...

Trades council supports veterans

The U.P. Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council recently donated $7,000 to the Jacobetti Home for Veterans Facility in Marquette. At the presentation are: front row, from left, Jacobetti nursing director Tina Lynch, Mike Thibault, business agent for the council and Kathy Carlson, ...

Econo aids church, YDWP

Tadych's Econo Foods in Marquette recently presents check to local organizations that participated in Econo's We Share Program. Above, Cathy Crimmins of First Presbyterian Church receives a $1,019 check from Zach Quinnell, manager of Econo Foods. Below, Emily Whittaker of the Yellow Dog ...

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MARQUETTE - The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Upper Peninsula Region recently announced results of Match Day for 11 graduating medical students.The MSU College of Human Medicine U.P. Region is a medical education collaborative between the MSU College of Human Medicine and ...