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Retired zoologist reveals unseen life through his art

August 15, 2016 LANSING — James Atkinson’s art draws inspiration from a plethora of microscopic life found in a single drop of pond water. The St. more »»

Building a better future

August 14, 2016 By KELSIE THOMPSON Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — The benefits of a recently formed partnership between the Marquette Branch Prison and Marquette County Habitat for Humanity are two-fold. more »»

2016 ORE TO SHORE

August 14, 2016 Jorden Wakeley, right, edges out Jeff Hall, left, Ronald Catlin, back right, and Tom Burke, center, to claim first place in the 48-mile Hard Rock at the Ore to Shore Mountain Bike Epic Saturday... more »»

Township design standards progress

August 14, 2016 By RYAN JARVI Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — The Marquette Township Planning Commission, with a split vote Wednesday, approved new design standards that aim to regulate the appearance of new... more »»

Top state Republicans not entirely in Trump’s corner

August 14, 2016 By DAVID EGGERT Associated Press LANSING — Donald Trump’s inflammatory style is leading high-ranking Michigan Republican officeholders and candidates to take a hands-off approach to their... more »»

A SHORE PLAN

August 13, 2016 By MAGGIE J. SHEPEARD Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — The Marquette City Commission is looking into how best to use the U.S. Coast Guard property it recently acquired. more »»

Municipal funding focus of summit

August 13, 2016 By LISA BOWERS Journal Ishpeming Bureau MARQUETTE — Elected officials and municipal leaders from across the Upper Peninsula gathered to participate in the Investing in Michigan Communities: Finding... more »»

Pundits or Trump campaign coaches? A twist in news coverage

August 13, 2016 By LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES — When radio host Hugh Hewitt asked Donald Trump this week if he really meant that President Barack Obama had founded the Islamic State group, it was... more »»

Pedestrian hit by car downtown

August 13, 2016 A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle when using the crosswalk at the intersection of Third and Washington streets in Marquette around 4:30 p.m. Friday. more »»

Partridge Creek Farm focuses on community outreach, youth

August 12, 2016 ISHPEMING — Partridge Creek Farm is beginning to reap harvests in education and volunteerism as well as in the field. more »»

100 Good Men campaign far exceeds expectations

August 12, 2016 MARQUETTE — In a show of robust support from local men, the Women’s Center and Harbor House far exceeded their goal of finding 100 “good men” in their month-long fundraising campaign that ended July... more »»

Researchers upbeat, say Flint water improving

August 12, 2016 DETROIT — Virginia Tech researchers who exposed the lead problem in Flint, Michigan, gave an upbeat opinion of the city’s water quality Thursday after finding no detectable levels of the toxin in... more »»

Businesses, spectators benefit from Ore to Shore

August 12, 2016 MARQUETTE — Residents and businesses may have already noticed an increase in traffic around Marquette as racers converge on the area in preparation for the 18th annual Upper Peninsula Health System... more »»

Ollila leaves Invent@NMU, interim director named

August 12, 2016 MARQUETTE — David Puskala of Marquette, owner of Northern Energy Solutions and elected member of the Marquette Board of Light and Power, has been hired as interim director of Northern Michigan... more »»

Lakestate Industries fundraiser

August 12, 2016 Shelby Bischoff of Lakestate Industries provides information about Peter White and George Shiras Thursday during an informal tour of cabins once owned by both men. more »»

Starry, starry night

August 11, 2016 MARQUETTE — Presque Isle is known for its spectacular views of Lake Superior. However, a group wants to make it known for its spectacular views of the stars as well. more »»

U.P. experiencing phone outages

August 11, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Upper Peninsula is currently experiencing telephone outages, mostly affecting those attempting to make long distance call. more »»

Libertarian declares for 1st District

August 11, 2016 GWINN — Diane Bostow, of Gwinn, is running as a Libertarian candidate for the U.S. House seat in the 1st Congressional District. more »»

MARESA wins governor’s service award

August 11, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Marquette Regional Educational Service Agency has won the Outstanding National Service Program Award from the governor for its Americorps program. more »»

AP Interview: DEQ head says lobbying past doesn’t define her

August 11, 2016 LANSING — Michigan’s newly named top environmental regulator said Wednesday that she is not defined by her past as an oil and gas lobbyist and will make decisions with no “particular bent” other tha... more »»

 
 
 

 

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