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1st Gaza meeting of Palestinian unity Cabinet

October 9, 2014 GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The new Palestinian unity government held a Cabinet meeting in the war-battered Gaza Strip for the first time today, marking the end of more than seven years of absolute... more »»

Online balloting: MAHS in the running for $100,000

October 8, 2014 MARQUETTE — Marquette Alternative High School turned 10 years old this year, and it’s in the running for one unforgettable $100,000 birthday present. more »»

1st Ebola patient diagnosed in the US dead

October 8, 2014 DALLAS (AP) — A Dallas hospital spokesman says the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States has died. more »»

Boathouse rezoning approved

October 8, 2014 MARQUETTE — The Marquette City Planning Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to rezone land near the Hampton Inn along Lakeshore Boulevard from Waterfront Form-based Code to Conservation Recreation... more »»

Asian carp DNA found in southwestern Michigan

October 8, 2014 TRAVERSE CITY — Genetic material from Asian carp has been found in the Kalamazoo River in southwestern Michigan, but there's no indication the invasive fish have become established in the river that... more »»

Authorities: No charges in priest sex abuse case

October 8, 2014 MARQUETTE — No charges will be filed against a retired diocesan priest who recently had sexual abuse allegations deemed credible by the Catholic Diocese of Marquette. more »»

Vets housing planned in Iron Mountain

October 8, 2014 IRON MOUNTAIN — Iron Mountain City Council is moving ahead with a proposed development that would be located east of Park Avenue and south of Phil Rahoi Drive — a facility that would house veterans... more »»

Latest in Ebola developments charts progression

October 8, 2014 Two patients are hospitalized in the United States with Ebola, the deadly infectious disease that has killed thousands of people in West Africa and recently emerged in the U.S. and Europe. more »»

‘Blood moon’ the face of eclipse

October 8, 2014 Early this morning, the conditions for Superiorland sky watchers were perfec. more »»

Negaunee will have power interruption early Wednesday and Thursday

October 7, 2014 An electrical substation in the city of Negaunee will be shut down for maintenance Wednesday and Thursday from 2 a.m. until approximately 6 a.m. more »»

State school districts face fiscal stress

October 7, 2014 LANSING — Nearly 50 school districts and public charter schools across the state including two in the Upper Peninsula ended last year with a deficit, according to the Department of Education,... more »»

New CFO appointed to U.P. hospitals

October 7, 2014 MARQUETTE — Steve Embree, chief financial officer at Marquette General Hospital, has been promoted to regional CFO for the MGH, Bell Hospital and Portage Health. more »»

Vets alliance eyes election

October 7, 2014 MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Veterans Alliance held an informational meeting Monday at which area lawmakers voiced support for a countywide proposal appearing on the Nov. more »»

Pipeline company reassures state

October 7, 2014 LANSING (AP) — Officials from a pipeline company are seeking to reassure Michigan officials who are conducting a safety review of lines including those running beneath the Straits of Mackinac. more »»

Scientists plan study of Michigan’s exotic swine

October 7, 2014 By Associated Press and Journal Staff EAST LANSING — Scientists plan to trap up to 18 feral swine and fit them with radio collars in a five-year project to learn more about the unwanted critters’... more »»

Wolf impact questioned

October 7, 2014 ESCANABA — As the debate on the future of wolf hunting in the Upper Peninsula continues, many may question the impact that wolves are actually having locally when they intersect with humans. more »»

Waiting for a donor

October 6, 2014 MARQUETTE — Like most parents with young children, Kristen Manier finds mornings before school to be hectic, to say the least, as she guides her son Talon, 9, and daughter Isabelle, 4, into being... more »»

Event covers process of organ donation

October 6, 2014 MARQUETTE — Doug Knauer knows first hand about the challenges of organ transplant. more »»

Discount hunting, fishing licenses

October 6, 2014 LANSING — There may be bargain license fees ahead for some out-of-state hunters and anglers, but that would mean less money for wildlife and fisheries conservation programs and activities. more »»

Tech helps ‘citizen scientists’ track invasive species

October 6, 2014 LANSING — Citizen scientists are getting recruited for the ongoing fight against invasive and non-indigenous species in the Great Lakes region. more »»



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