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Melting ice on lakes and rivers pose problems, danger

May 4, 2014 The recent ice rescue by Marquette County Sheriff’s deputies of a Republic Township man’s dog illustrates the inherent danger and problems involved in trying to safely walk on river or lake ice at... more »»

Stem gun violence

May 4, 2014 To the Journal editor: Once again, we have gun violence resulting in multiple deaths and injuries. On April 2 at Fort Hood, a soldier killed three, wounded 16, and committed suicide. more »»

Farm grant will aid MSU research station in area

May 3, 2014 A Michigan State University research center in Superiorland is in line to receive a healthy financial boost, courtesy of a federal gran. more »»

Years of hard work pays off for NMU graduates

May 2, 2014 Another May and another graduation season begins with the Northern Michigan University spring commencement exercise. more »»

Marina projects are good for city, boating community

May 1, 2014 Although Marquette’s harbors are packed with ice and the weather damp and cold, it won’t be long before area boaters are heading to Lake Superior to launch their crafts. more »»

Feed a Neighbor project worthy of community support

April 29, 2014 The Feed a Neighbor project is one of those rare win-win propositions. The fifth annual Project Feed a Neighbor food drive is happening as you read this and it needs your help. more »»

NMU board did good work in hiring process

April 28, 2014 In Friday’s edition of The Mining Journal, we offered a warm welcome to Northern Michigan University’s newest leader, Fritz Erickson, who was unanimously voted by the NMU Board of Trustees as the... more »»

Crowded county board ballot good news for voters

April 27, 2014 The Marquette County Clerk’s Office recently issued the ballot listing for this year’s partisan candidate elections to the Marquette County Board, with an outstanding 17 candidates running for the... more »»

New road funding program doesn’t begin to solve problem

April 27, 2014 It took years of deterioration and the hardest winter in a generation, but Michigan legislators are finally facing up to the reality of the state’s woefully inadequate road and highway funding system. more »»

Recruiting foreign business to invest in region makes sense

April 26, 2014 Anytime stakeholders from in and around the Great Lakes basin can come together to develop business projects that will benefit the area, we think that’s probably a good ide. more »»

Erickson seems solid choice to lead NMU

April 25, 2014 We offer a warm welcome to Fritz Erickson and his wife, Jan, as they become part of the Marquette community. more »»

Chocolay cell tower plan worth further exploration

April 24, 2014 A lot of people don’t care to have a cell phone tower in their neighborhood, but most recognize the need to have them strategically located for good coverag. more »»

Former NMU chief Vandament well deserving of tribute

April 23, 2014 Vandament Arena is named for former Northern Michigan University President William Vandament, who was instrumental in securing a special place for Wildcat volleyball on campus. more »»

Being prepared can prevent carbon monoxide tragedy

April 22, 2014 It isn’t called ‘The Silent Killer’ for nothing. Carbon monoxide kills 400 people in the U.S. every year and sends another 20,000 to emergency rooms. more »»

Boston strong, mettle on display today at marathon

April 21, 2014 The Boston Marathon will be run today. more »»

Medical devices will improve safety at Bothwell

April 20, 2014 Bothwell Middle School is a little safer these days, with school officials doing their best to make sure teachers and staff are prepared as best they can be in the event of a medical emergency. more »»

Habitat key to successful deer management in U.P.

April 20, 2014 Following up on guest –op-eds by George Lindquist, Richard Smith and John Ozaga. Unfortunately they didn’t get deep enough into the real problems regarding Michigan deer herd management. more »»

Too many questions remain unanswered after Ionia bust out

April 20, 2014 The Grand Rapids Press. April 4. Too many questions remain unanswered after Ionia prison escape One prison escape is one too many. more »»

New senior citizen license program a positive step

April 19, 2014 We like a Michigan Department of Natural Resources plan that’s going to make it easier for seniors, especially those who are cash strapped, to get out and enjoy the abundant natural resources the... more »»

City working hard to get marina set for summer

April 17, 2014 While the extended winter weather is frustrating and many local government officials are dealing with the adverse effects of it, it could actually be a blessing in disguise for the city of Marquett. more »»

 
 

 

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