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October 18, 2016 MARQUETTE — International trade, industry, education, health care, jobs and the environment were among the topics covered during The Mining Journal’s 1st Congressional District debate. more »»

Flooding impacts residents, roads along Chocolay River

October 18, 2016 By MARQUETTE — Heavy flooding along the Chocolay River has displaced residents and shut down roads in Chocolay and Skandia townships this morning, according the Michigan State Police. Sgt. more »»

Resident well advisory made

October 18, 2016 MARQUETTE — People living in an area that recently or currently is flooded are cautioned their private wells might be in danger of contamination from pollutants carried in floodwaters. more »»

1st Congressional District debate tonight will be live streamed on Facebook

October 17, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Mining Journal, in cooperation with the Peter White Public Library, will host a debate among 1st Congressional District candidates tonight at 7 p.m. more »»

Dark day recalled

October 17, 2016 EDITOR’S NOTE: In a four-part series, Journal Ishpeming Bureau reporter Lisa Bowers will explore the Barnes-Hecker Mine disaster of 1926, which is being commemorated by the Barnes-Hecker Remembranc... more »»

Dems aim for House control

October 17, 2016 LANSING — Conditions are ideal for Democrats to bolster their ranks in the Legislature, but capturing a House majority — and ending Republicans’ full control of state government — could be elusive. more »»

Grayson’s Heart Journey: Baby waits for life-saving transplant

October 17, 2016 MARQUETTE — Someday, when Grayson Johnson reads the baby book his mother is diligently keeping for him, he will know just what a fighter he i. more »»

Detroit-area judges challenge 2 justices on top court

October 17, 2016 DETROIT — Joan Larsen made national news in May when Donald Trump’s campaign listed her as a possible pick for the U.S. Supreme Court if he becomes president. more »»

Dashing to the finish

October 16, 2016 Above, Savannah Schallock, of Stratford, Wis., and her dogs make their way through the chute at the start of the Adult Rig 4-dog race Saturday morning at the Marquette County Fairgrounds. more »»

Marquette Township considers expanding work force for 2017

October 16, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Marquette Township Board began its 2017 budgeting process Wednesday with a discussion on the possibility of adding new employees to the township’s payroll. more »»

Fueling kindness

October 16, 2016 ISHPEMING — From the time Marquette resident James Feliciano entered the United States Navy in the 1960s to now, he has been providing fuel for others. more »»

Trust is essential for Michigan voters in 2016 presidential race

October 16, 2016 ST. IGNACE — It was a slow day at the salon Connie Litzner manages in the Upper Peninsula town of St. more »»

Candidates talk issues

October 15, 2016 MARQUETTE — Who wasn’t in attendance at an Upper Peninsula Children’s Coalition forum held Thursday night at the Peter White Public Library in Marquette might be as compelling as who was. more »»

A look inside the candidate’s positions

October 15, 2016 MARQUETTE — Several Democratic candidates fielded questions Thursday night in a forum hosted by the Upper Peninsula Children’s Coalition. more »»

Clinton says she takes ‘no satisfaction’ from Trump’s actions

October 15, 2016 SEATTLE — With Donald Trump on the defensive, Hillary Clinton says she is taking “no satisfaction” in his actions and promising to repair the damage and project a message of unity during the... more »»

Debris flies as tornado, rain wallop Northwest

October 15, 2016 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A tornado struck an Oregon beach town Friday, sending debris flying and toppling power lines and trees as strong winds and heavy rain walloped the Pacific Northwest. more »»

‘Fresh’ look at films

October 14, 2016 MARQUETTE — A tongue-in-cheek look at the niche community of the stone-skipping crowd and the more serious topic of the possibility of a pipeline oil spill in the Great Lakes were topics of several... more »»

Project Empire forum staged

October 14, 2016 ISHPEMING — Despite a smaller than hoped for turnout, members of a state response team for the Project Empire initiative gleaned useful insight into issues facing western Marquette County residents... more »»

Lengthy prison sentence given to sex offender

October 14, 2016 MARQUETTE — Andrew Caron of Forsyth Township, convicted on multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct relating to the abuse of a minor over multiple years, was sentenced this morning in Marquette... more »»

Ellis Island exhibit revives New York’s lost Little Syria

October 14, 2016 NEW YORK — Shakifa Halal was a Syrian immigrant on a New York-bound ship, her dreams rolled up in a piece of embroidery made from silkworms she grew, fabric she wove and cloth dyed with flowers... more »»



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