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Food, music, fun: Festival underway

July 2, 2015 Jodi Thams, former president of the Marquette County Exchange Club, fences off the Ferrellgas tanks while doing last minute preparations at the 30th annual International Food Festival in Elwood... more »»

Threatened status for wolf denied

July 2, 2015 MARQUETTE — The U.S. more »»

Prison’s kitchen closes due to maggot

July 2, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Alger Correctional Facility kitchen was closed Wednesday after a maggot was found in the preparation room earlier that day, state officials said. more »»

11 blighted properties to be razed using state funds

July 2, 2015 ISHPEMING — Eleven blighted properties in Ishpeming and Negaunee will be razed this summer using more than $200,000 in state grant funding. more »»

Snyder signs law to bar municipal wage, employment rules

July 2, 2015 MARQUETTE — Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a law prohibiting Michigan municipalities from requiring businesses to pay wages, benefits or provide sick days exceeding state or federal requirement. more »»

Mich. Senate approves $1.5B road plan with gas tax hike

July 2, 2015 LANSING — The Republican-led Senate on Wednesday approved a $1.5 billion plan to improve deteriorating Michigan roads by raising fuel taxes and redirecting money from elsewhere in the budget. Lt. Gov. more »»


July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — The New Riders of the Seney Stretch are on the (musical) road agai. more »»

Maggots found in Alger Correctional Facility kitchen

July 1, 2015 MUNISING — Maggots were reportedly found in the preparation room of the kitchen at the Alger Correctional Facility in Munising earlier today. more »»

International Food Festival kicks off Thursday

July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — The 30th annual Marquette County Exchange Club International Food Fest will provide three days of family fun — including live music — in Elwood Mattson Lower Harbor Park Thursday through... more »»

City hires counsel in tax case

July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — Downstate law firm Bloom Sluggett Morgan P.C. will represent the city of Marquette in its Michigan Tax Tribunal case against the Marquette Medical-Dental Center Corporatio. more »»

Area fired up for the Fourth

July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — Marquette area residents will have their pick of Fourth of July celebrations from which to choose this weekend. more »»

Ishpeming readies for Fourth of July

July 1, 2015 ISHPEMING — The beginning of alumni softball tournaments at Ishpeming and Westwood High Schools tonight begin Ishpeming’s days-long Fourth of July festivities that draw thousands of people to the... more »»

Armed robbery suspect enters guilty plea Tuesday

July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — Aiseah Duane Achesah, one of the three men accused of being in an armed robbery at a Fair Avenue residence in Marquette, entered a guilty plea Tuesday in Marquette County Circuit Court. more »»

Weather closes Marquette beaches

June 30, 2015 MARQUETTE — Beaches in the city of Marquette are closed today due to inclement weather. more »»

Upgrade plans on track at Presque Isle

June 30, 2015 MARQUETTE — Officials with We Energies say a recent U.. more »»

Fish and Wildlife Service rejects petition to reclassify wolves as 'threatened'

June 30, 2015 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has rejected a petition that would reclassify most gray wolves under the Endangered Species Act as “threatened” throughout the contiguous United States. more »»

Senate to consider 15-cent gas tax hike for roads

June 30, 2015 LANSING— The Michigan Senate is considering whether to raise the state gasoline tax by 15 cents a gallon to help improve roads. more »»

Local man accused of child abuse, torture

June 30, 2015 MARQUETTE — A West Branch Township man was arraigned in court Friday and is accused of severely injuring a 3-month-old infant. more »»

US district judge deliberates in North Wind case

June 30, 2015 MARQUETTE — U.S. District Court Judge R. more »»

Gwinn schools pass budget for next year

June 30, 2015 GWINN — The Gwinn Board of Education passed a budget last week for next school year, reflecting new expenditures, reductions and changes in the coming year, including the reopening of Gilbert... more »»



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