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MSHS GOT TALENT

May 17, 2015 MARQUETTE—The Kaufman Auditorium at Graveraet Elementary School slowly filed with parents, grandparents, friends and family to support the students of Marquette Senior High School Wednesday eveni. more »»

THE WRITE STUFF

May 10, 2015 ELIZABETH BAILEY Journal Staff Writer ISHPEMING — Children of Ishpeming were welcomed to meet with author Buffy Silverman at the Ishpeming Carnegie Public Library Wednesday evening as a part of the... more »»

School year, career draws to a close

May 10, 2015 May is always one of my favorite months of the year. It finally starts warming up and the school year is about to end. more »»

Junior Teen Advisory Board

April 26, 2015 MARQUETTE—Have you read any good books lately? The Junior Teen Advisory Board, like a lot of groups at the Peter White Public Library which focus on getting teens involved in the library community,... more »»

Ma Nature predictably unpredictable

April 25, 2015 March and April in the Upper Peninsula are what I call “false sprin. more »»

Wild Riders

April 19, 2015 MARQUETTE — This summer, when going to the beach gets boring and there’s not a lot to do, why not try something different? The Marquette BMX track is one option that will allow children the chance t... more »»

Writing column was enjoyable for student

April 19, 2015 I would like to start this off by thanking every one of you that took the time to read and enjoy my columns. It means so much to me that there are people who like to read my stuff. more »»

Spring Break Tour offered fun, learning

April 12, 2015 Over a week ago, members of the Marquette Senior High School Choral and Orchestra traveled to Germany and Austria for a Spring Break tour. more »»

Spring Break day camp

April 12, 2015 MARQUETTE — Spring break is a time of relaxation away from school. more »»

YOGA STORY TIME

April 5, 2015 MARQUETTE— “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu.” For those of us who don’t understand this phrase, it means “May all beings everywhere be happy and free. more »»

School days keep be busy all the time

April 5, 2015 My English teacher once told me that school is the hardest job you’ll ever have. I think this is both true, and not true at the same tim. more »»

Scorecard

March 29, 2015 Once upon a time in a land far away, there lived a people called the Yoopers. They lived in a land so secluded that even most Google searches came up with “I got nothin’ bru. more »»

Country store work

March 29, 2015 By ELIZABETH BAILEY Journal Staff Writer NEGAUNEE — The third graders at Lakeview Elementary in Negaunee are taking what they learn in the classroom to the streets, or the hallways at least. more »»

Lizard lovers

March 22, 2015 MARQUETTE—The Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum is known for having a hands-on approach to learning. more »»

We’re being controlled by technology

March 22, 2015 Technology in my generation is completely different from when it was in the late the 1900s, even the early 2000s. more »»

A different style of dancing fun

March 15, 2015 Explaining a type of dance is usually difficult, but there’s generally something to compare it to. For example, a waltz is a type of ballroom dance, similar to the foxtrot. more »»

Girls on the move

March 15, 2015 SKANDIA— The fifth-grade girls of Sawyer Elementary School’s Girls on the Move, got to practice what the group preaches by going cross-country skilling at Maple Lanes in Skandia Wednesday afterno. more »»

Karate kids

March 8, 2015 NEGAUNEE — “The family that kicks together sticks together!” Instructor Joyce Tredeau of the YMCA Family Karate class emphasized this idea during a recent interview. more »»

No such thing as free time

March 8, 2015 Most student athletes don’t know what “free time” is. In my four years of high school, I have learned that I have little to no free time, and no offseason. more »»

Girls Give Back

March 1, 2015 GWINN—Get connected and be inspired: those words form the motto of the Girls Give Back group, a collection of sixth- to eighth-grade middle school girls who literally give back to the community. more »»

 
 
 

 

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