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US Navy right on in naming vessel after Levin

April 12, 2016 We like and support a move by the U.S. Navy to name a major ship after Carl Levin. Levin, who retired from the U.S. more »»

Ingmire a solid choice as director at Peter White Public Library

April 11, 2016 By all accounts, the Peter White Public Library is getting a highly qualified candidate for the facility’s vacant director's position. more »»

Pantry restructuring forces loss of jobs

April 11, 2016 ISHPEMING — Staffing has been reduced at Feed America West Michigan in Ishpeming. more »»

Sexual assault forum enlightens, informs, sparks discussion

April 10, 2016 Rape. The word alone forces the mind to shy away into dark and terrifying corners of our imaginations. more »»

Etelamaki represents prison well as top corrections officer

April 9, 2016 Some would argue — perhaps convincingly — that the job of corrections officer is among the most thankless. Think about going to work in an environment that, by definition, is dangerous. more »»

Requiem for a VA victim

April 9, 2016 What does a suffering military veteran have to do to force an unresponsive government to change its ways? How about self-immolating in front of his VA clinic? Hello, paper-pushers and desk jockeys?... more »»

Carl Pellonpaa set to receive Finnish award

April 8, 2016 We congratulate lifelong Ishpeming resident Carl Pellonpaa who is poised to receive another prestigious honor. more »»

New law granting online access a step in right direction

April 7, 2016 We support a new state law that will enable certain persons to gain access to online accounts and information, including email and sites such as Facebook, in the event the account holder has died. more »»

SmartPrize a very smart idea for Marquette

April 6, 2016 The city of Marquette is taking on a slightly different look this week as the inaugural SmartPrize gets underway. more »»

West end effort aims to restock food pantries

April 5, 2016 There’s a charitable effort going on in the western part of Marquette County that we’d like readers to be aware of. more »»

Lower jobless rate a positive but much more work remains

April 3, 2016 While it is encouraging that the state of Michigan’s unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest levels in more than a decade, there is still much more to do. more »»

Mining Journal’s Progress Edition represents our community well

April 3, 2016 On Wednesday, The Mining Journal published our annual Progress Edition. This is the largest publication that we publish all year. This year’s edition had 122 page. more »»

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 »»



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