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State well-positioned on development of green energy, jobs

April 2, 2016 Seldom can one do good and do well at the same time. So often, it seems, those results end up being mutually exclusive. That isn’t the case, however, with the green energy industry. more »»

Munising hotel project good for the community

April 1, 2016 How wonderful it is to see young people helping to breathe life into our local communities. more »»

Solar power project can easily fit in at Presque Isle Park

March 31, 2016 There’s little doubt producing electric power from green energy sources is here to stay, and will be tapped into even more in the future. more »»

Journal’s annual Progress edition rolls out today

March 30, 2016 Today marks the printing of The Mining Journal’s annual Progress edition. The special section makes up the biggest Mining Journal edition of the year, and for good reason. more »»

Conjecture can be damaging to society

March 29, 2016 With great power comes great responsibility.” — Ben Parker, Spider Man The digital revolution has brought us smartphones and social media and worldwide social change. more »»

Public involvement critical in old hospital reuse discussions

March 28, 2016 Over the years, The Mining Journal has invested considerable time and effort reminding local residents when and where specific meetings, seminars, hearings or gatherings of whatever sort are taking... more »»

Increasing investment in public education a key step in growth

March 27, 2016 With child poverty on the rise during the last several years, one theory on how we can break that trend is by increasing our investment in public education. more »»

FMMS, TruNorth team up on student preparation program

March 26, 2016 The Mining Journal has long supported teaching methods and practices that give students practical experience in solving real-world challenges. more »»

Much for public to consider in Flint water report

March 25, 2016 A task force appointed by Gov. more »»

NMU self-defense course benefits many area women

March 24, 2016 Although in an ideal society there’d be no need for it, the self-defense program being offered at Northern Michigan University is benefitting many area women. more »»

Late start a good start for Marquette high

March 23, 2016 School-day schedules are as individual as the students using them. Marquette Senior High School is rolling out a pilot late start program for interested juniors and seniors in the fall. more »»

Early detection of cancer can save many lives

March 22, 2016 Medical experts have been telling us for years that many types of cancer — including colon cancer — can be successfully treated, if it's discovered early enoug. more »»

Lucy Hill to host international luge event in early 2017

March 21, 2016 Negaunee’s Lucy Hill and the Upper Peninsula Luge Club will get some international exposure early next year when the site hosts the International Luge Federation’s Naturbahn World Cup luge race, it... more »»

Snyder should rethink Abood appointment to state tax tribunal

March 20, 2016 We strongly support the collaborative effort that’s forming in opposition to Gov. more »»

Solka, judgeship will be missed in Marquette County

March 19, 2016 Passing largely unnoticed outside of the law enforcement and legal communities last week was the announcement that long-time Marquette County Circuit Judge Thomas Solka would step down at the end of... more »»

Never mind snow, boat and rec show is this weekend

March 18, 2016 In the last day or so, Mother Nature might have given us a not-too-gentle reminder that winter isn’t quite done, but it is not too early to dream about warm weather and fun in the sun. more »»

Roundabout sessions worth residents’ time to attend, learn

March 17, 2016 Just about everyone who lives in or regularly drives through the city of Ishpeming should be well aware of the major road construction project in the city this summer. more »»

Kudos to Seavey on three-peating Iditarod race

March 16, 2016 Winning the Iditarod once is impressive enough. Winning it four times is outstanding. That’s what Dallas Seavey accomplished Tuesday. more »»

Isle Royale health, future source of worry

March 15, 2016 The top federal official overseeing Isle Royale — what some call the gem of Lake Superior — is worried about the site's future, given the introduction of invasive species, the decline of native... more »»

LSCP distinguished honorees are well deserving of awards

March 14, 2016 It’s hard to argue with the recipients of the Lake Superior Community Partnership's Distinguished Service Awards, presented at the organization’s annual dinner late last week. more »»



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