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Transplant seminar to provide wide range of information

October 7, 2014 An event scheduled for Wednesday night this week promises to inform people about one of the most important yet least understood medical procedures available: organ transplant. more »»

Sikkema well represented MDOT, did solid work

October 6, 2014 Andy Sikkema was a familiar face to those visiting Michigan Department of Transportation’s Ishpeming Transportation Service Center anytime within the last 20 plus years. more »»

Manley did good work as register of deeds; so will replacement

October 5, 2014 This week marked a changing of the guard at the Marquette County Register of Deeds Office. After 25 years of dedicated service, Register of Deeds Patricia Manley retired. more »»

Growing anti-vaccination trend causes concern in region, state of Michigan

October 5, 2014 It’s easy to label anti-vaccine rhetoric spouted by a tiny handful of outspoken activists as gullible, short-sighted and even dangerou. more »»

Vigilance needed in monitoring kids and the Internet

October 4, 2014 We echo concerns voiced by a Michigan State Police officer recently relative to children and safety on the Interne. more »»

Don’t forget North Korean threat

October 4, 2014 It’s easy to ignore, rarely making headlines or causing the average American lost sleep, but North Korea deserves our attention. This week, the U.S. more »»

Is Romney the obvious GOP frontrunner?

October 4, 2014 Let me admit upfront that I have a real soft spot for people who dare to run for public office. For most of us, life is a series of quiet successes or setbacks. more »»

Gossard to host unique event Saturday

October 3, 2014 We cannot help but get excited when the past and the present are merged into a great event. more »»

Graveraet school still serving its purpose well

October 2, 2014 There are many old buildings spread across the Upper Peninsula that help tell and preserve the history of the region. more »»

New Delta animal shelter needed for homeless pets

October 1, 2014 Animal shelters are both inspiring and heartbreaking. more »»

Break out the pink: It’s breast cancer awareness month

September 30, 2014 Wednesday starts the first of 31 days of breast cancer awareness all over the country. more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

 

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