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Stream project offers many benefits

May 29, 2014 Anglers weren’t the only ones enjoying wading in trout streams on a warm, sunny Saturday last weekend, with a group of volunteers hitting two northern Marquette County streams with nets and buckets... more »»

Duck family tale a fine example of why we live in U.P.

May 28, 2014 It may seem a small thing but really, it was a huge example of why people choose to live in an area like the central Upper Peninsula. The small thing was a flock of ducklings trapped in a storm drain. more »»

It’s not too early to think about rip currents

May 27, 2014 Rip Current Awareness Week begins Sunday and although many people don’t think of these dangerous currents during their normal waking hours, perhaps they should. more »»

Journal continues to closely monitor price of gasoline

May 25, 2014 If anyone assumes that because there have not been any recent editorials on the subject, that we quit paying attention to the price of gas in Marquette, rest assured that we have not. more »»

Memorial Day much more than brats, beer

May 25, 2014 In light of the wars American soldiers continue to fight and die in today, today should mean as much now as it ever has to those of us lucky enough to call ourselves citizens of the United States of... more »»

Letters to the Editor

May 25, 2014 Sacrifice honored To the Journal editor: So many people seem unaware that (today) is a day set aside by Congress for the specific purpose of remembering and thanking those who died while fighting... more »»

Senate water bill example of good party cooperation

May 24, 2014 A $12.3 billion water infrastructure bill that received final congressional approval Thursday gets our nod of support. more »»

Memorial Day weekend officially kicks off summer

May 23, 2014 Mother Nature is finally smiling on the Upper Peninsula, just in time for the Memorial Day holiday weekend: Temperatures will be in the 70s or higher and sunshine is in the forecas. more »»

Food Co-op makes great move for city, area

May 22, 2014 A Marquette fixture that started as a small food-buying group in 1971 is undertaking its next major transition today — opening its new store on West Washington Street. more »»

Soo Film Festival a positive growth step for area

May 21, 2014 A little bit of Hollywood is coming to the Upper Peninsula this summer by way of the Soo Film Festival. Set for Aug. more »»

High school graduating seniors saluted

May 20, 2014 Upper Peninsula high school seniors are preparing to leave high school as graduation for hundreds of students is right around the corner. more »»

Fishing surveys should provide DNR valuable info

May 18, 2014 The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is attempting to engage the angling public in several fish surveys this spring, summer and fall, which will help provide information for those assessing... more »»

It’s time to end state driver responsibility fee money grab

May 18, 2014 We can all debate what the role of state government should be, but one thing it definitely shouldn't be doing is imposing criminal penalties just to raise revenu. more »»

Farmers market starts today in Marquette

May 17, 2014 Although temperatures aren’t supposed to get very deep into the 50s today, come hell, high water and snowflakes, the curtin goes up on the15th consecutive farmer’s market season in downtown Marquett... more »»

Flights to D.C. honor area’s unsung heroes

May 16, 2014 Another successful Upper Peninsula Honor Flight has been completed. The flight took 78 veterans of World War II and the Korean War to Washington, D.C. more »»

City truck pact a move in the right direction

May 15, 2014 The city of Marquette and Lundin Mining Co. have taken a positive step to address the inevitable — hauling of ore from the Eagle Mine to the Humboldt processing plant. more »»

Practical learning experience a rare student opportunity

May 14, 2014 Albert Einstein was once quoted as saying, “The only source of knowledge is experience. more »»

Click It or Ticket an outstanding safety reminder

May 13, 2014 The first phase of the annual Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign by the Michigan State Police started Monday with ads and will grow into enforcement zones next week. more »»

Gwinn teen battling medical issue runs benefit race

May 12, 2014 Good things happened in Marquette on Saturday with the running of the 2014 Upper Michigan Brain Tumor Center’s Hope Starts Here Challenge Let’s start with the event itself, a collaboration between... more »»

Long-term whitetail study should yield valuable results

May 11, 2014 A planned nine-year study, begun in 2009 and being undertaken by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in collaboration with the Carnivore Ecology Laboratory at the Forest and Wildlife... more »»



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