Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Affiliated Sites | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
Chocolay board did right thing in OK’ing livesaving stations

August 11, 2016 Action taken recently by the Chocolay Township Board was a move in the right direction and may even result in saved lives. more »»

Free meals at Gwinn schools good for district, its students

August 10, 2016 Gwinn Area Community Schools plans to offer free breakfast and lunch for all K-12 students beginning this fall. more »»

Westman worthy recipient of state volunteer award

August 9, 2016 Sometimes, it seems, tragedy brings out the best in people. Some folks who are pushed, rise to the occasion to be more and do more then, perhaps, they, themselves, thought possible. more »»

Readers should consider donation to cancer fundraiser

August 8, 2016 We like and support the efforts of a 37-year-old downstate man to raise money to fight cancer. Jake Cherwinski is walking from the Upper Peninsula, end to end, raising money along the way. more »»

Enbridge violation should be viewed as serious matter

August 7, 2016 Whether they’re used as a shipping route to transport our natural resources or as a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, the Great Lakes are central to our way of life here in Michigan. more »»

Big Latch On event to raise awareness on breastfeeding

August 6, 2016 Something completely normal is happening today around the world, and we feel the need to celebrate it. The sixth annual Marquette County Big Latch On event started at 10 this morning at the U.P. more »»

Midwest Shriners thanked for stopping by Marquette area

August 5, 2016 The Midwest Shrine Association is in the midst of its summer ceremonial visit to Marquette and we hope everyone visiting continues to be warmly welcomed to the area. more »»

Television attack ads turn voters off, do nothing to educate

August 4, 2016 Thank goodness it’s over! The 2016 partisan primary with negative television ads primarily for the Republican candidates for the 1st Congressional District was as distasteful as it was troubling. more »»

Smoking ban in Ishpeming parks worth considering

August 3, 2016 Northern Michigan University has gone tobacco free. In 2013, it created a policy prohibiting the use of all tobacco products as defined by the American College Health Association. more »»

Sawyer runway work part of cost of doing business

August 2, 2016 A running start on needed work to the Sawyer International Airport’s runway will be handled, largely through federal funding, Marquette County officials confirmed recently. The money from the U.S. more »»

Bike Magazine story underscores area’s great trail network

August 1, 2016 Although Superiorland’s bike trails — mountain biking and otherwise — are among the area’s best-known recreational assets, a major spread in a national magazine will only burnish that reputation. more »»

Tuesday’s partisan primary includes key races, choices

July 31, 2016 We trust area residents are getting prepared for Tuesday’s all-important partisan primary. more »»

Lobbying firm isn’t going to come cheap for Marquette

July 30, 2016 In what reportedly is an effort to build a stronger bridge between the decision makers in Lansing and those here at home in the Upper Peninsula, the city of Marquette has begun the process of... more »»

Look for weekend to provide something fun to do for everyone

July 29, 2016 What a weekend this will be for Marquette County, with so many great events going on, everyone should be able to find something wonderful to do as July turns to August. more »»

Township drone should do much work at low cost

July 27, 2016 Marquette Township has taken steps recently to use a growing and popular technology as a planning and potentially an emergency response tool. more »»

Pair of local veterans garner prestigious awards

July 26, 2016 There’s a lot of which to be proud of in the local veterans world. Thomas J. more »»

State doing good work promoting its park system

July 25, 2016 The camping consumer stands to be the big winner as a result of an effort undertaken by the people who manage parks in the state of Michigan to update facilities and install amenities to attract... more »»

Interested residents should speak up on smoking ordinance

July 24, 2016 At the request of its health department, the Marquette County Board is considering a revision to the county’s more than 25-year-old smoking ordinance that would regulate vaping and the use of... more »»

The August primary is just around the corner, and it’s important

July 23, 2016 Every four years it happens. Politicians come at us from every angle, flooding the inboxes of our emails, appearing all over our Facebook newsfeeds and sprouting up in signs on citizens’ front yards. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web