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RTI Surgical: Firm finds success following purchase 2 years ago

July 23, 2015 MARQUETTE — It was two years ago in July that RTI Surgical Inc. announced the acquisition of the former Marquette facility Pioneer Surgical Technology. more »»

2-vehicle crash kills Skandia woman

July 22, 2015 CHATHAM — A 50-year-old Skandia woman was killed Tuesday night in a two-vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of M-94 and M-67 in Chatham. more »»

Deer harvest dips

July 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — State wildlife managers announced this morning the 2014 Michigan deer harvest was down significantly, with the largest drop in the Upper Peninsula. more »»

Judge Girard to retire from bench

July 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — Today is the last day on the bench for Marquette County District Court Judge Dennis H. Girard. “I’m going to practice retirement for a while,” Girard said. “I plan on staying busy. more »»

Road bond OK’d by county

July 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved issuing bonds as a safety measure in the event other funding sources fall short of financing street improvement projects i... more »»

Reed drops lawsuit against North Wind board

July 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — Former journalistic adviser to The North Wind Cheryl Reed dropped the lawsuit against members of the student newspaper’s board of directors Monday, following a judge’s decision not to... more »»

Reed drops lawsuit against North Wind board

July 21, 2015 MARQUETTE — Former journalistic adviser to The North Wind Cheryl Reed dropped the lawsuit against members of student newspaper’s board of directors Monday, following a judge's decision not to grant... more »»

Keeping area veterans in suspenders

July 21, 2015 MARQUETTE — A small touch of the logging world came to the D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans Monday. That’s when J. Carey Logging Inc. more »»

State has tax, debt collection issues

July 21, 2015 LANSING — Michigan’s Treasury Department issued 76,000 tax assessments with incorrect balances to businesses and individuals, causing some to pay delinquent taxes they did not owe, an audit said... more »»

Michigan’s child poverty rate slips

July 21, 2015 LANSING (AP) — The annual Kids Count survey finds Michigan’s child poverty rate worsening since the Great Recession while child health indicators are improvin. more »»

Panel postpones vote on medical marijuana for autism

July 21, 2015 LANSING — A vote to recommend whether some forms of autism should qualify for medical marijuana in Michigan was postponed Monday to give an advisory panel more time to study hundreds of pages of... more »»

Roses for Charlot

July 19, 2015 ISHPEMING — Losing someone you love is an inevitable part of life, and we are often left with an empty feeling once they are gone — wondering how we will be able to carry on without them by our sid. more »»

Bicentennial of reoccupying Fort Mackinac observed

July 19, 2015 MACKINAC ISLAND — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and others on Saturday helped mark the bicentennial of the true end of the War of 1812 on Mackinac Islan. more »»

Stopping the spread of invasive species

July 19, 2015 Above, Mindy Otto, coordinator for the Central U.P. Cooperation Weed Management Area, washes a boat Saturday morning at the Cinder Pond Marina boat launch on Marquette's Lower Harbor. more »»

Vets health care woes

July 19, 2015 WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs faces a serious numbers problem — multiple, in fact. It can’t count how many veterans died while waiting to sign up for health care. more »»

Port Huron to Mackinac sailboat race underway

July 19, 2015 PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) — The annual sailboat race from Port Huron to Mackinac Island has begun its 91st running. The Bell's Beer Bayview Mackinac Race started Saturday, with about 250 teams entered. more »»

Tabloid publishing queen’s Nazi salute angers royal family

July 19, 2015 LONDON — Buckingham Palace expressed its disappointment Saturday with a tabloid newspaper for publishing images of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing a Nazi salute with her family in 1933, the... more »»

Obama, daughters enjoy trip to New York

July 19, 2015 NEW YORK — It’s inevitable: At some point, teenage kids just aren’t that into their parents anymor. more »»

Donating a piece of history

July 18, 2015 NEGAUNEE — The Michigan Iron Industry Museum is an appropriate place for a vintage Model T, with one of its historians, Barry James, saying the car’s a good fit for its “iron, steel and automobile”... more »»



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