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Alzheimer’s weekend walk was worthy event

September 29, 2014 Alzheimer’s disease was once something that people didn’t talk about. Grandpa just forgets things. Grandma’s not as sharp as she used to b. more »»

DNR correct in getting ahead of invasives threat

September 28, 2014 Michigan Natural Resources Department officials are working to add seven aquatic invasive species to Michigan’s list of “prohibited species,” a move aligned with the intentions of several Great Lake... more »»

‘Worst’ tax code is behind corporate flight out of country

September 28, 2014 It's not corporate greed or a lack of patriotism that is driving American corporations overseas, as President Barack Obama contends. It's one of the worst corporate tax codes in the developed world. more »»

Great Lakes plan continues good protection work

September 27, 2014 Plans rolled out this week that will take giant steps in getting control of a variety of problems besetting the Great Lakes seems like good policy. more »»

‘Do It For Daniel’ shaping up to be powerful film

September 26, 2014 With great admiration, we thank the family of Daniel Olson for being willing to share their son’s story in order to help others. more »»

Eagle Mine working after much time, controversy

September 25, 2014 It took a decade and more but the Eagle Mine started to produce nickel and copper ore this week. more »»

Michigan Trails Week well worth celebrating

September 24, 2014 It’s no secret the Marquette area has its share of scenic trails. However, probably many people take them for granted. more »»

Oldtime hockey players prove they still lead way

September 23, 2014 There’s no question that Marquette is a hockey town. And not only during hockey seaso. more »»

New inductees into Alger Roll of Honor well deserving

September 22, 2014 The Alger County Women’s Roll of Honor has three new members now, after a ceremony last month inducted them into the prestigious group. more »»

County community foundation marks major milestone

September 21, 2014 One of the area’s bedrock organizations passed a significant milestone last week. more »»

That dog gone minimum wage just won’t go away

September 21, 2014 Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wanted to share his long-repressed feelings about a traumatic event. “It was,” the Kentucky Republican confided, grim-faced, “the worst day of my political life. more »»

Lack of debates would be definite loss for Michigan voters

September 21, 2014 Michigan voters won't see any shortage of political ads this election season — between now and Nov. more »»

Road Watchers effort good way to get road information

September 20, 2014 We like a Michigan Department of Transportation program announced recently designed, in large measure, to determine how well MDOT?is maintaining roads in the stat. more »»

Sawyer air museum a viable link to past

September 18, 2014 Many longtime residents of the area can remember the significant presence K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base had on the region. more »»

Chocolay burning ordinance needed to maintain safety

September 17, 2014 Think twice about leaving an outdoor fire unattended in Chocolay Township. More than likely, that’s not a good idea anywhere. more »»

Local teen’s work in African orphanage a great example

September 15, 2014 While most other teenagers are worrying about class schedules, homework and the latest hits on iTunes, there’s one area 14-year-old looking to do a little good in the world. more »»

State land transactions good for the area, region

September 14, 2014 Among a dozen-and-a-half land transactions approved this past week by Michigan Department of Natural Resources Director Keith Creagh, four were approved for the Upper Peninsula, including a deal of... more »»

Ready, set, let the politics in the state of Michigan begin

September 14, 2014 Michigan voters may already feel as if they’re inundated with political advertising preoccupied with nasty personal attack. more »»

Lakeshore Boulevard project gains needed momentum

September 13, 2014 The city of Marquette appears to be moving in the right direction in its efforts to revamp a stretch of Lakeshore Boulevard that skirts the Lake Superior shoreline. more »»

Walt Kyle Mile a great community fundraiser

September 12, 2014 The Walt Kyle Mile has evolved in its six years of raising funds for the Beacon House, the hospitality house for patients receiving medical care and their loved ones. more »»

 
 
 

 

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