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Runners, dogs raise funds for UPAWS

July 5, 2015 MARQUETTE — More than 40 runners and walkers accompanied by their dogs turned out on the morning of the Fourth of July to exercise in dog-friendly weather and, at the same time, raise funds for the... more »»

Job market's new normal: Smaller workforce, sluggish pay

July 5, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Even after another month of strong hiring in June and a sinking unemployment rate, the U.S. job market just isn't what it used to be. Pay is sluggish. more »»

Parades, hot dogs, cold beer: America celebrates July 4

July 5, 2015 Parades, fireworks, naturalization ceremonies, eating contests and music ushered in the Fourth of July as the United States marked 239 years as an independent nation on Saturday. more »»

Bringing park festivities into view

July 4, 2015 Above, Food Festival tents and inflatable bounce houses can be seen through the entrance of the pavilion in Mattson Lower Harbor Park Thursday night. more »»

Thousands watch Marquette fireworks

July 4, 2015 MARQUETTE - Thousands of people packed into the Mattson Lower Harbor Park Saturday night to watch the Fourth of July fireworks display. Here are a handful of images from the display. more »»

Services available locally for vets

July 4, 2015 MARQUETTE — In Marquette County 19 veterans have been determined literally homeless and 55 are considered at risk for homelessness, according to data provided by officials with the Department of... more »»

From couches to hardwood floors

July 4, 2015 MARQUETTE — It wasn’t that long ago Robert Burns was sleeping on a different couch every other night with all of his belongings packed into a bag he lugged around from place to place. more »»

Bay Cliff celebrates the classics in parade

July 4, 2015 MARQUETTE — Every Fourth of July, Bay Cliff Health Camp sponsors an Independence Day Parade in Big Bay and for most of the kids, it is their first opportunity to take part in a parade. more »»

Who’s John Jay?

July 4, 2015 KATONAH, N.Y. (AP) — The inner circle of founders has been set for as long as anyone can remember — Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Franklin, Hamilton and Madison. Almost never mentioned is John Jay. more »»

Could insulin pills prevent diabetes? Study seeks answer

July 4, 2015 CHICAGO — For nearly a century, insulin has been a life-saving diabetes treatment. more »»

Vandals hit flower garden

July 3, 2015 MARQUETTE — Phil Niemisto stepped into the public garden he has been building and maintaining for the last decade to find it partially destroyed Thursday morning. more »»

DEQ releases Humboldt Mill draft permit modification; comments sought

July 3, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality on Thursday released a draft wastewater discharge permit modification for Eagle Mine’s Humboldt Mill. more »»

Piedmont celebrates grand opening

July 3, 2015 Piedmont teamed up with the Lake Superior Community Partnership to celebrate its grand opening. more »»

Food, music, fun: Festival underway

July 2, 2015 Jodi Thams, former president of the Marquette County Exchange Club, fences off the Ferrellgas tanks while doing last minute preparations at the 30th annual International Food Festival in Elwood... more »»

Threatened status for wolf denied

July 2, 2015 MARQUETTE — The U.S. more »»

Prison’s kitchen closes due to maggot

July 2, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Alger Correctional Facility kitchen was closed Wednesday after a maggot was found in the preparation room earlier that day, state officials said. more »»

11 blighted properties to be razed using state funds

July 2, 2015 ISHPEMING — Eleven blighted properties in Ishpeming and Negaunee will be razed this summer using more than $200,000 in state grant funding. more »»

Snyder signs law to bar municipal wage, employment rules

July 2, 2015 MARQUETTE — Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a law prohibiting Michigan municipalities from requiring businesses to pay wages, benefits or provide sick days exceeding state or federal requirement. more »»

Mich. Senate approves $1.5B road plan with gas tax hike

July 2, 2015 LANSING — The Republican-led Senate on Wednesday approved a $1.5 billion plan to improve deteriorating Michigan roads by raising fuel taxes and redirecting money from elsewhere in the budget. Lt. Gov. more »»


July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — The New Riders of the Seney Stretch are on the (musical) road agai. more »»



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