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March 5, 2014 Articles found in today's printed edition of The Mining Journal include: -Guilty verdicts in: Closing arguments are emotional -New Obama budget seeks cuts in Great Lakes programs For the full... more »»

Fat Tuesday means ...Paczki!

March 4, 2014 MARQUETTE — Fat Tuesday is here and that can only mean one thing: paczki are back and more popular than ever. The Huron Mountain Bakery started making its paczki at 3 a.m. more »»

Halverson pleased with Empire Mine agreement

March 4, 2014 MARQUETTE — Cliffs Natural Resources top official reiterated this morning what many in the community probably felt about Empire Mine staying open for at least two more years. more »»

Today in print

March 4, 2014 Articles in today’s printed edition of The Mining Journal include: - ‘They lied about almost everything’ Defendant in torture trial takes stand in own defense - NMU professor dies after being... more »»

Kohl's tentatively plans reopening Wednesday morning

March 4, 2014 MARQUETTE — The Kohl's Department Store in the Westwood Mall in Marquette Township, closed since Monday evening due to snow accumulation on the building's roof, tentatively plans to reopen at 9 a.m. more »»

Ishpeming men Sadowski and Cope found guilty in torture trial

March 4, 2014 MARQUETTE — After eight hours of deliberation, the jury returned guilty verdicts at roughly 9 p.m. Tuesday on 11 of the 12 charges against Ishpeming men Jason David Sadowski and Charles Leroy Cope. more »»

Farmer cleared, but exotic swine battle continues

March 3, 2014 TRAVERSE CITY — A northern Michigan farmer who defied a state ban on exotic hogs is no longer threatened with $700,000 in fines, but a dispute still rages over whether the animals are a menace, as... more »»

Sled crash kills one in Dickinson County

March 3, 2014 IRON MOUNTAIN — A fatal snowmobile crash in Dickinson County early Sunday marks the 11th sledding fatality this winter in Michigan and the fifth in the Upper Peninsula, according to statistics from... more »»

Today in print

March 3, 2014 Articles found in today's printed edition of The Mining Journal include: - Treatment Vs. more »»

Meth epidemic

March 2, 2014 MARQUETTE — Methamphetamine has become a problem with no easy solution for residents of Marquette Count. more »»

Honoring road work

March 2, 2014 MUNISING — Alger County Road Commission Engineer-Manager Robert Lindbeck was recently named Rural Engineer of the Year by the County Road Association of Michigan. more »»

IJC moves to counter pollution in Lake Erie

March 2, 2014 TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. more »»

Western U.P. man held after 3-hour standoff

March 2, 2014 IRONWOOD — A Gogebic County man was reported in critical condition after a three-hour stand-off in the city of Ironwood Saturday mornin. more »»

Avalanche barrels through Montana house

March 2, 2014 Rescue officials say about 100 neighbors converged to help find three people buried Friday when an avalanche swept down a mountain in a residential area of Missoula in western Montana and crushed ... more »»

Defense on the offensive

March 1, 2014 MARQUETTE — The defense continued its case Friday in the trial of two Ishpeming men who allegedly tortured and imprisoned two Ishpeming women last summer. more »»

Sawyer demolition project highlights county land bank year

March 1, 2014 MARQUETTE — A $486,000 grant project to demolish three dozen dilapidated structures next to the K.I. more »»

West end ‘ecstatic’ over Empire Mine extension

March 1, 2014 ISHPEMING — The announcement Thursday that Cliffs Natural Resources will keep the Empire Mine open at least through December 2016 has a profound significance not only for the mine’s employees, but... more »»

Snyder: MEAP test scores not up to par

March 1, 2014 LANSING — Michigan standardized test results for grades 3 to 8 showed mixed math and reading level changes in 2013, with almost one-third of students failing reading and more than half failing math. more »»

Consumer sentiment increases

March 1, 2014 WASHINGTON — A surprisingly optimistic outlook among younger Americans and a higher stock market pushed up a measure of U.S. consumer sentiment in February. more »»

Family discusses mine death with pathologist

February 28, 2014 Editor’s note: One week ago, The Mining Journal reported Michigan State Police concluded a worker at the Tilden Mine died from a heart attack and not his fall in December. more »»



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