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Snyder should sign bill governing ballot signature collections

May 22, 2016 The Michigan House of Representatives last week narrowly approved Senate Bill 776, which will set a firm 180-day window for the collection of petition signatures needed to put a statewide ballot... more »»

WHS students well represent school, area in competition

May 21, 2016 Without much effort, one can find a great deal of spirit at Westwood High School. The hallways and classrooms are typically adorned in Patroit colors, no matter what the season or sport. more »»

MACC awards will recognize excellence in community, area

May 20, 2016 Tonight, the community is invited to gather at the City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center to attend the 20th Annual Art Awards and to help honor outstanding individuals who make life better for u... more »»

Permanent solution needed for Republic Dam situation

May 19, 2016 There are several aspects of the state’s infrastructure that are becoming old enough to be termed obsolete, and either need replacing or major upgradin. more »»

Ending massive rape kit backlog should be priority

May 18, 2016 A Detroit man recently was sentenced to at least 25 years in prison for a 2008 rape in Southfield that wasn’t fully investigated until evidence was retrieved from Detroit police storage. more »»

Use of UPPCO funds for city boat launch project appropriate

May 16, 2016 Purchase and installation of a barrier free non-motorized boat launch at the developing Clark Lambros Beach Park in Marquette is an appropriate use of funds received by the city following the... more »»

Forest products bill should help position industry in future

May 15, 2016 The history of the timber industry in the Upper Peninsula is incredibly rich. While forest products may not be at the height it once was, a bill U.S. Sen. more »»

Congress corrects military in Arlington cemetery WASP vote

May 14, 2016 We wholeheartedly support a vote last week by Congress to allow the cremated remains from women who served during World War II as non-military volunteer pilots to be interred in Arlington National... more »»

Post office Annual Food Drive a chance to help your neighbor

May 13, 2016 This Saturday, being able to help a hungry neighbor is as easy as walking to your mailbox. That’s when the Letter Carriers’ Annual Food Drive will be taking place locally and around the nation. more »»

Attention motorists: Busy Wright Street is about to get busier

May 12, 2016 It looks like it’s going to be a busy summer for traffic on Wright Street in the city of Marquette and Marquette Township. more »»

Increase in traffic deaths in Michigan a sobering trend

May 11, 2016 With the summer driving season almost upon us, passing almost unnoticed earlier this week was a report from the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning, which noted a significant increase in the... more »»

Federal health funds to Gwinn site will do much good

May 10, 2016 From time to time over the course of many years, The Mining Journal has voiced concerns that Superiorland residents were not receiving their fair share of tax receipts paid to the federal governmen. more »»

‘Gag order’ law was solution in search of problem

May 9, 2016 Local government officials and school district representatives may have dodged some hefty fines and jail time after winning a lawsuit over what’s been referred to as the “gag order” legislation. more »»

Unlike some who seek notoriety, Rapport has quietly made difference

May 7, 2016 It is a well-deserved honor presented to Karlyn Rapport recently. more »»

Public is asked for assistance in finding cross thieves

May 6, 2016 Mining Journal readers have learned in recent days of the theft of a cross from Park Cemetery in Marquett. more »»

Old hospital reuse process seems to be off to a good start

May 5, 2016 It appears the effort to involve the community in determining future uses of the old UP Health System - Marquette hospital complex is off to a good star. more »»

Cliffs Natural Resources outlook slowly improving

May 4, 2016 Cliffs Natural Resources recently reported a net income of $117 million, compared to a net loss of $762 million in the first quarter of 2015. more »»

Republic Township on right track on motocross project

May 3, 2016 Units of government are forever searching for ways to make their jurisdictions attractive to visitors, often employing marketing specialists to do what’s necessary to increase their profiles. more »»

Lakeview Arena wins Kraft Hockeyville competition for 2016

May 2, 2016 During the intermission of the Tampa Bay Lighting and the New York Islanders Stanley Cup Playoff game on Saturday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman turned over the card showing the Lakeview Arena in... more »»



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