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Striking back: KBIC blasts Snyder in casino battle

June 22, 2013 MARQUETTE — The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community said it is appalled by Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision to oppose the relocation of one of its casinos to the old Marquette County Airport. more »»

HMC sues Marquette County

January 18, 2010 MARQUETTE — The question of whether road abandonment procedures were properly followed lies at the heart of a lawsuit against Marquette County by the Huron Mountain Club. On Feb. more »»

Natural Resources Commission: DNR diverted deer range improvement cash

January 18, 2010 MARQUETTE — Michigan Natural Resources Commission member John Madigan said he’s pleased with the recent disclosure of an improper diversion of deer habitat improvement funding to lands minimally... more »»

Peterson quits in Negaunee

January 15, 2010 NEGAUNEE — Following a heated nearly four-hour meeting, another west end city will be searching for a new city manager. more »»

State gives final OK to nickel, copper mine

January 15, 2010 TRAVERSE CITY — Michigan regulators gave final approval late Thursday to a nickel and copper mine for the Upper Peninsula, despite opponents’ fears it would pollute streams that feed Lake Superior... more »»

Marquette’s Holiday Inn sees big renovations

January 15, 2010 MARQUETTE — A new sign highlights significant renovations to the Holiday Inn in Marquette. more »»

Who is Leslie Burton Bushong?

January 12, 2010 MARQUETTE — A police report obtained by The Mining Journal reveals more details regarding a homicide last week in Ishpeming. more »»

Bay Mills man imprisoned for sexual abuse of minor

December 22, 2009 MARQUETTE — A 23-year-old Bay Mills tribal member was sentenced to prison in Marquette federal court Monday for sexual abuse of a minor. more »»

Hawks Ridge fraud case takes unexpected turn

November 19, 2009 MARQUETTE — The prosecutor in the Hawks Ridge Condominiums fraud case said rather than a disappointment, the full dismissal Wednesday of all charges against three of the five defendants is “a very... more »»

Granholm may veto some programs to keep others

October 13, 2009 LANSING (AP) — Gov. Jennifer Granholm said Monday she may take money from programs she doesn’t like to pay for college scholarships and local police and fire protection. more »»

NMU faculty says no to contract offer

September 24, 2009 MARQUETTE — For what may be the first time in Northern Michigan University’s history, professors voted down a tentative contract with the university administration Wednesday night. more »»

Questions remain in county rehire policy

September 4, 2009 MARQUETTE — Marquette County’s controversial retire-rehire policy, which simultaneously allows employees to draw a paycheck and a pension, developed from a process which allowed workers to “opt out”... more »»

Lyme disease

June 5, 2009 MARQUETTE — While Marquette County isn’t a hotbed for Lyme disease, summer is the time when new cases turn up in Michigan each year, and there are simple precautions to avoid it. more »»

Hybrid vehicle safety: New cars mean new safety procedures under emergency conditions

May 29, 2009 Check out the video in Video Exclusives! MARQUETTE — In the next four to five years, it’s estimated 5 million hybrid gas-electric vehicles will hit the streets of America. more »»

Marquette schools done with cuts, for now

May 19, 2009 Check out the video in Video Exclusives! MARQUETTE — While the Marquette school board will not make any more budget cuts for the 2009-10 school year, more cuts are expected... more »»

State police, health care see losses

May 6, 2009 LANSING — Legislators reluctantly agreed Tuesday to eliminate 100 state troopers, force state workers to take unpaid days off and slash spending for Medicaid health care providers and city service. more »»

Issues and races on the ballot Tuesday

May 3, 2009 MUNISING — Voters in Alger County will decide contested school board races and a few local ballot issues in Tuesday’s election. more »»

NMU student costs may increase

May 1, 2009 Check out the video in Video Exclusives! MARQUETTE — Room and board for Northern Michigan University students may be increasing for the 2009-10 school year. more »»

Judge reopens DNR mining suit

April 21, 2009 MARQUETTE — An Ingham County Circuit Court judge has reopened a portion of a lawsuit decided in March in favor of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Kennecott Eagle Minerals Company. more »»

Governor says area can use stimulus cash

April 21, 2009 Check out the video in Video Exclusives! MARQUETTE — Gov. more »»

 
 
 

 

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