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Marquette truck ban the first step to broader ordinance?

October 30, 2014 The Marquette City Commission took decisive action at this week’s meeting when it significantly eliminated truck traffic in the city. more »»

Pesola a worthy recipient of 2014 Evergreen Award

October 28, 2014 It is with the greatest pleasure that we echo the many positive comments from the community on the selection of Christine Pesola to receive the 2014 Evergreen Awar. more »»

Energy summit can answer a lot of key questions

October 26, 2014 The public has an opportunity Tuesday to question some top state officials on issues concerning development of energy in the Upper Peninsula, electric power reliability in the region and concerns... more »»

The best way to stop the spread of Ebola is for the US to help out

October 26, 2014 We have to get a grip. Ebola is not a crisis in the United States. One person has died and two people are infected with his body fluid. more »»

Mining Journal Cookoff at a great student-run venue

October 25, 2014 Every year we put on the annual Mining Journal Cookoff and offer the Marquette and surrounding communities a chance to showcase its variety in delectable dishes. more »»

School Bus Safety Month is good for all our kids

October 24, 2014 This is National School Bus Safety Week and while classes have been in session for seven weeks locally, it’s never too late to remind both students and parents how vitally important it is to make... more »»

Gwinn library project is great for the community

October 23, 2014 Many communities take great pride in what their towns and surrounding areas have to offer in regard to public facilities. more »»

New Heartwood pavilion welcome amenity

October 22, 2014 Trails are some of Marquette’s most popular recreational features, for both residents and tourists alike. more »»

Alger Delta Co-op merger should be at least explored

October 21, 2014 The Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association is exploring a merger with Great Lakes Energy Cooperative, a downstate co-op which provides electric service to more than 125,000 members in 26... more »»

New NMU business development entity may be area boon

October 20, 2014 A new entrepreneurial center in Marquette is going to open doors to a wide variety of people with great product ideas but without the know-how on how to bring those ideas to fruition. more »»

Land a solid choice to serve in US Senate

October 19, 2014 Today The Mining Journal endorses Terri Lynn Land for U.S. Senate. more »»

Energy will undoubtedly play key role in future of state of Michigan

October 19, 2014 Hydraulic fracturing, the process of blasting rock with high-pressure water to extract natural gas from shale formations deep beneath the earth's surface, has stirred controversy throughout the... more »»

Pencils of Promise club does great work in community

October 18, 2014 Many young people don’t realize how valuable the education they receive is until it’s too late. more »»

Diamond Jubilee trophy underscores great game

October 17, 2014 The first Diamond Jubilee football game between Marquette and Negaunee high schools took place in 1969. more »»

Political ads on TV a waste of time, treasure and truth

October 16, 2014 Is anyone else sick of the near-constant barrage of negative, confusing and contradictory political ads on television yet? It appears that candidates and/or their allies can pretty much say anything... more »»

Statewide MML convention comes to Marquette

October 15, 2014 You might see more than a few vehicles with out-of-town license plates in Marquette this week. more »»

New mental health support group a community positive

October 14, 2014 Mining Journal readers know this space is used for a variety of purposes, including calling the public’s attention to the many good and important works happening in our community. more »»

Journal planning major coverage of upcoming election

October 13, 2014 With less than a month until the Nov. 4 general election, there’s not a great deal of time remaining for voters to familiarize themselves with the numerous issues and candidates on the ballot. more »»

Answers hard to come by in recent gas prices spike

October 12, 2014 Here we go again. On May 25, we ran a positive editorial thanking the local gas stations for being more competitive over the past year. more »»

Legislature should amend state’s civil rights law before year’s end

October 12, 2014 The election is over and so, too, is the infighting among Republicans trying to win over conservative voters. more »»

Cliffs events provide education opportunity

October 11, 2014 Employees of Cliffs Natural Resources took a group of roughly 20 area teachers on a tour Friday of the organization’s extensive transportation division, a move we think was a great ide. more »»



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