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Fundraiser to help student receive art award worthy

September 22, 2015 The story of a vision-impaired Lakeview Elementary School student who was awarded the top prize in her age group in an art competition should serve as an absolute inspiratio. more »»

NMU project a great use of donated funds

September 21, 2015 New construction on the campus of Northern Michigan University should enjoy wide support, especially considering the funding for the construction is coming from the person the facility will be named... more »»

City utility increases unfortunate but understandable

September 20, 2015 Beginning next month, utility customers in the city of Marquette may have to dig a little deeper into their pockets when they pay their bills. more »»

Condo development expansion project a positive

September 19, 2015 Plans developing in Marquette Township to expand an established condominium complex has few downsides that we can see. more »»

Another successful U.P. Honor Flight goes into books

September 18, 2015 Applause and cheers echoed through the terminal of Reagan National Airport Wednesday as the 74 veterans taking part in Upper Peninsula Honor Flight made their way toward the gate holding the jet tha... more »»

New launch ramp a big improvement

September 17, 2015 Being nestled on the shore of Lake Superior, Marquette is a paradise for boaters. more »»

NMU, MSU, UP Health System partnership a plus

September 15, 2015 A partnership between Northern Michigan University, Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine and UP Health System-Marquette should provide positive connections, growth and development... more »»

Playground project demonstrates great teamwork

September 14, 2015 We like the teamwork and spirit of community demonstrated at a location in the city of Negaunee Saturday when a group of Neganee residents, ably assisted by members of the Negaunee High School Miner... more »»

Vajda moved city forward; Angeli will continue its progress

September 13, 2015 This past week, the Marquette City Commission accepted Bill Vajda’s resignation from his post as city manager. more »»

Leading by example is powerful, positive force

September 12, 2015 “If you think you can do something, but you’re scared — do it anyway,” were the words of a local 9-year-old quoted in Thursday’s edition of The Mining Journal. more »»

Events of Sept. 11, 2001 will never be forgotten

September 11, 2015 Today is the 14th anniversary of one of the most harrowing days in United States history: the terrorist attacks that took nearly 3,000 lives here on American soil. more »»

Middle college program has solid first year

September 10, 2015 As it begins its second year, the Marquette Alger Technical Middle College is already showing promising results. more »»

Third Street music is a good thing

September 9, 2015 A lot is happening on Third Street, aka The Village, in the city of Marquette — and a lot more will happen. more »»

Blues Fest was another great gathering

September 8, 2015 Organizers tell us the 12th annual Marquette Blues Festival was a resounding success, as thousands of people crowded into the Mattson Lower Harbor Park in Marquette for three days of music,... more »»

We shouldn’t forget what Labor Day is really about

September 7, 2015 Labor Day, for a great many of us, is a time to spend with our families and friends, reconnecting, relaxing and regenerating as the last days of summer come into closer focus. more »»

Senchuk gardening inventions may take root

September 6, 2015 Regrettable as it might be, the Baby Boomer generation is growing older, and that, for a lot of people, means giving up hobbies and other activities that require physical capabilit. more »»

Importance of buying locally can’t be overestimated

September 5, 2015 The importance of shopping locally was underscored this week by a gathering of Marquette business owners and community leaders. more »»

Annual report reveals troubling marijuana trend

September 4, 2015 A bit of troubling news passed almost unnoticed earlier this week in the form of a report that found a good number of college students have replaced tobacco with marijuana, falsely believing it less... more »»

Leadership poor

September 4, 2015 To the Journal editor: When we told Gov. Rick Snyder and his (associates) in Lansing no to their convoluted tax scheme by over 80 percent, how did they respond? First of all, the only reason Gov. more »»

Planners made correct decision on pub request

September 3, 2015 When residential and commercial neighborhoods merge in a town there are always a few conflicts, that’s why zoning districts are establishe. more »»

 
 
 

 

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