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Forensic anthropology is worthy of new program at NMU

September 7, 2016 Forensic anthropology is the science of analyzing human remains to determine someone’s identity and the timing and manner of death. more »»

Lakeview students will benefit from using Chromebooks

September 6, 2016 Lakeview Elementary School students in Negaunee will take a quantum leap into the digital future this fall when they start using Google Chromebook computers. more »»

Have fun today but remember Labor Day’s origins

September 5, 2016 The recent completion of a contract between Cliffs Natural Resources and United Steelworkers of America on the Marquette Iron Range and workers in Minnesota underscores the importance organized labo... more »»

CR 595 suit will be well assisted by legal foundation

September 4, 2016 We have supported the construction of Marquette County Road 595 from the beginning and approve of the latest announcement involving the partnership between the Marquette County Road Commission and a... more »»

Planning process at Lake Bancroft effort going in right direction

September 3, 2016 Although the planning process is far from complete, we like what we’ve seen to date as far as what’s happening to the Lake Bancroft area in Ishpeming. more »»

Blues fest in Lower Harbor Park to feature best in music genre

September 2, 2016 This weekend, Marquette will be singing the blues, in the best way possible. more »»

City moving compost site to Flink Farm makes good sense

August 31, 2016 City residents soon might have to travel to a different spot for their compost and rubbish drop-off needs. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. more »»

New conservation preserve well worth a visit

August 30, 2016 With little fanfare and less media coverage, the Vielmetti-Peters Conservation Reserve, located in Negaunee Township, was dedicated Saturday. more »»

Tentative USW, Cliffs agreement welcome news

August 29, 2016 There’s a old saying that goes, approximately, “Anything of value is worth waiting for. more »»

Lakeview Cemetery project good public-private collaboration

August 28, 2016 Over in the west end of Marquette County, we’ve been hearing yet another story of volunteers working together with local government officials to bring about changes that impact our communities in a... more »»

Letters to the Editor

August 28, 2016 Cancer golf outing a success To the Journal editor: Red Fox Run Tuesday Ladies League, along with the Red Fox Run Golf Course, Gwinn, hosted their 16th annual cancer golf outing on Aug. more »»

New state troopers have challenging road, careers ahead

August 27, 2016 The decision to enter law enforcement as a career isn’t an easy one, these days. Start with the fact that it’s a dangerous way to make a living. more »»

Great music awaits people who attend weekend events

August 26, 2016 It’s a glorious weekend for Superiorland music lovers, with all sorts of wonderful options available. more »»

Ishpeming on right track investing in Carnegie Library

August 25, 2016 We support the continuing effort in the city of Ishpeming to renovate and keep viable the Carnegie Library. more »»

Forsyth-Gilbert flower garden project a worthwhile effort

August 24, 2016 If Gilbert Elementary School children walk or ride their bicycles by the Forsyth Senior Center in Gwinn, they can see something in which they literally had a hand: nasturtiums, marigolds and zinnias... more »»

Documentary on dark store issue recommended

August 22, 2016 Few issues have riveted local attention in recent years like the dark store issue, where certain businesses lead by big box retailers had its property taxes significantly due to a so-called loophole... more »»

It took years but orphanage project was worth the wait

August 21, 2016 The landmark structure we all know as the old orphanage in Marquette hit a major milestone last week, as developers held an official groundbreaking ceremony on the project that will transform the... more »»

Summer continues but local fall high school sports ramping up

August 19, 2016 The calendar may still be on August, but it’s already fall, at least in the local high school sports arena. Action started earlier this week with girls tennis matches. more »»



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