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Study highlights Asian carp threat

October 24, 2015 TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — Michigan’s U.S. senators say a recent discovery about small fish and electric barriers shows the need for quick action to prevent Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes. The U. more »»

Pedestrian hit, injured near NMU

October 23, 2015 MARQUETTE — A vehicle-pedestrian accident shortly before 8 this morning in the intersection of Fair and Norway avenues in Marquette injured the female pedestrian. more »»

Investigation into vehicle-pedestrian accident continues

October 23, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Marquette City Police Department continues to investigate a vehicle-pedestrian accident that occurred this morning and sent a 30-year-old Marquette woman to the hospital. more »»

Superior Health Foundation awards $275K in grants to local, regional organizations

October 23, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Superior Health Foundation awarded more than $275,000 in health-centered grants to 12 nonprofit organizations at its Fall Grants Awards Celebration on Thursday evening at the Holiday... more »»

Uncertain future for road bill

October 23, 2015 MARQUETTE — Passage of $1. more »»

West-end students get dose of economic reality

October 23, 2015 ISHPEMING — Area business owners and their employees volunteered Thursday to give area high school students a dose of reality at the initial Financial Reality Fai. more »»

UPHP Paints the Peninsula Pink for breast cancer awareness

October 23, 2015 UP Health Plan employees are pictured on the steps of Old City Hall in downtown Marquette Thursday, after participating in a company-wide fundraiser which generated $1,703 for the Superior Health... more »»

Marquette family gets ready for Halloween

October 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — At any other time of year, having a basement turned into a dungeon of ominous sounds, fog and a flashing skull might be a little disturbing. more »»

Decision on fate of plant delayed

October 22, 2015 ISHPEMING — Concerns about costs and requests for more information mean the former steam plant at the brownstone site in Ishpeming will remain standing — for now. more »»

Hospital forum draws crowd

October 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — Nearly 100 people attended a public forum Wednesday to receive information on UP Health System-Marquette’s new hospital and how that construction relates to the Marquette Municipal... more »»

Crimmins named to Marquette County Road Commission

October 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Board appointed Roger Crimmins to the Marquette County Road Commission Tuesday, following a plea from another candidate stating that two individuals on the ballot... more »»

State schools superintendent on tour

October 21, 2015 State Superintendent Brian Whiston, appointed by the Michigan State Board of Education in July, visits with a classroom at Bothwell Middle School Tuesday as part of a tour of the Marquette Area... more »»

Biden won't run

October 21, 2015 WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden will not run for president in 2016, he said Wednesday, ending a months-long flirtation with a third White House campaign and setting him on a glide path toward... more »»

BLP hikes rates 30 percent

October 21, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Marquette Board of Light and Power on Tuesday approved a 30 percent rate increase to pay for construction of a proposed electric generating facility behind its office on Wright Street. more »»

Teen hit by car while hiding in leaf pile

October 21, 2015 ESCANABA — A 14-year-old Escanaba boy was injured when he was struck by a vehicle while he was playing in a pile of leaves in the street in Escanaba Tuesday evening. more »»

County OKs 2016 budget

October 21, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Board voted unanimously Tuesday to approve its 2016 budget, which finalizes the decision to close the Marquette County Youth Home by April 1 of next year. more »»

State Senate leader calls for vote on ‘last, best’ deal on $1.2B road funding plan

October 21, 2015 LANSING — The leader of the Michigan Senate called late Tuesday for votes on a “last, best” $1. more »»

Congress proposes giveaways to auto, trucking industries

October 21, 2015 WASHINGTON — Despite record auto recalls and rising highway deaths, Congress is ignoring changes sought by safety advocates and proposing giveaways to the auto and trucking industries that the Obama... more »»

Homelessness in Michigan

October 20, 2015 LANSING — The coming winter and dropping temperatures are a great concern for people without a place to live. more »»

Erickson: NMU committed to innovation

October 20, 2015 MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University is ramping up its commitment to innovation and community partnerships in response to enrollment challenges, President Fritz Erickson said during his... more »»



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