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Middle college program has solid first year

September 10, 2015 As it begins its second year, the Marquette Alger Technical Middle College is already showing promising results. more »»

Third Street music is a good thing

September 9, 2015 A lot is happening on Third Street, aka The Village, in the city of Marquette — and a lot more will happen. more »»

Blues Fest was another great gathering

September 8, 2015 Organizers tell us the 12th annual Marquette Blues Festival was a resounding success, as thousands of people crowded into the Mattson Lower Harbor Park in Marquette for three days of music,... more »»

We shouldn’t forget what Labor Day is really about

September 7, 2015 Labor Day, for a great many of us, is a time to spend with our families and friends, reconnecting, relaxing and regenerating as the last days of summer come into closer focus. more »»

Senchuk gardening inventions may take root

September 6, 2015 Regrettable as it might be, the Baby Boomer generation is growing older, and that, for a lot of people, means giving up hobbies and other activities that require physical capabilit. more »»

Importance of buying locally can’t be overestimated

September 5, 2015 The importance of shopping locally was underscored this week by a gathering of Marquette business owners and community leaders. more »»

Annual report reveals troubling marijuana trend

September 4, 2015 A bit of troubling news passed almost unnoticed earlier this week in the form of a report that found a good number of college students have replaced tobacco with marijuana, falsely believing it less... more »»

Leadership poor

September 4, 2015 To the Journal editor: When we told Gov. Rick Snyder and his (associates) in Lansing no to their convoluted tax scheme by over 80 percent, how did they respond? First of all, the only reason Gov. more »»

Planners made correct decision on pub request

September 3, 2015 When residential and commercial neighborhoods merge in a town there are always a few conflicts, that’s why zoning districts are establishe. more »»

Gift to NHS will support education, high tech

September 2, 2015 Let us join with Negaunee Public Schools officials, and indeed the entire city of Negaunee, in thanking a long-ago school district graduate for a most generous gift. more »»

Developing support program addresses community need

September 1, 2015 A program currently in the developmental stages that’s starting to get positive local notice is called the Superior Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Harbor Fest does well, community helping itself

August 31, 2015 Although a wide variety of smaller gatherings are held there and elsewhere in the area, the city of Marquette’s Mattson Lower Harbor Park plays host to a trio of big ticket community events each... more »»

Increase in gas prices in area were step ahead of U.P.

August 30, 2015 O ur area just went through quite a roller coaster ride related to gas prices. more »»

President Obama’s very bad year just keeps getting worse

August 29, 2015 There’s no candy coating the truth: Obamacare has had a very terrible, horrible, crappy, none-too-happy yea. more »»

Third Street road changes will be of great benefit

August 29, 2015 Biking on Third Street was recently made a little easier with the addition of a new bicycle lane and sharrow markings, but we feel it important to remind community members to be safe when using the... more »»

Weekend events to provide much entertainment

August 28, 2015 Music lovers should be in heaven this weekend and next weekend with three big events on the local schedule. more »»

Pool repairs at MSHS a necessary expenditure

August 27, 2015 Despite a rather substantial price tag, replacing the dehumidification system at the Marquette Senior High School pool is a wise move. more »»

Increased student numbers at MAPS positive news

August 26, 2015 Word this week that student numbers have edged up a bit at the Marquette Area Public Schools must be considered good news, even though the increase was modest. more »»

Lee Guizzetti was passionate advocate

August 25, 2015 The area said good-bye to one of its true community leaders Saturday when Lee Guizzetti died. Guizzetti was 69. more »»

Support local businesses in back- to-school shopping

August 24, 2015 Whether it’s leggings, jeans, T-shirts or hoodies, clothing is flying off the racks here and elsewhere as parents prepare their student-children for the new school year. more »»



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