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Workers rally

June 21, 2010 Carrying signs with slogans like "Put us to work," "Local jobs for local workers" and "Jobs and clean environment," a crowd gathered at Harlow Park in Marquette Saturday to rally for jobs in the... more »»

Negaunee puts hold on city hall contract

June 11, 2010 NEGAUNEE — The Negaunee City Council has decided to put off ratification of the city hall workers contract until a permanent city manager is hired. more »»

Tuition hike in offing at NMU

June 10, 2010 MARQUETTE —?With an uncertain state budget situation looming, Northern Michigan University students could be facing a tuition increase for the coming school yea. more »»

Plastics plant dispute sparks protest at Ishpeming City Council session

June 10, 2010 ISHPEMING — Ishpeming city officials will meet again with the local businessman who is trying to start up a polyurethane plant in the city. more »»

Heartwood discussion

May 27, 2010 MARQUETTE — There were so many people in the Citizens Forum Room at Lakeview Arena to talk about the Heartwood Forestland on Wednesday night that some had to sit on the floor, stand in the back or... more »»

Teachers, staff rally for education funding

May 25, 2010 ISHPEMING — Education professionals, ranging from teachers to support staff, met at Lake Bancroft Park Monday to rally awareness of and support for protecting public education funding. more »»

Budget ax falls in Negaunee

May 20, 2010 NEGAUNEE — In an effort to eliminate a portion of the projected $1. more »»

Old clock tower removed from former transit building

May 5, 2010 MARQUETTE — Today, as part of the ongoing renovations for the new Marquette County History Museum, the clock tower at the former bus garage was taken down. more »»

Black bear wanders into neighborhood

May 3, 2010 MARQUETTE — A black bear was tranquilized and removed from an eastside neighborhood Sunday afternoon. more »»

Casperson running for state Senate

April 27, 2010 MARQUETTE — Tom Casperson stopped in Marquette Monday to announce his candidacy for the 38th district in the state Senate seat being vacated by Mike Prusi. more »»

Woodland Road endorsed by city, Marquette Township

April 27, 2010 MARQUETTE — On Monday, Marquette city and Marquette township officials signed letters supporting the $50 million Woodland Road project in Marquette County. more »»

Hotel complex planned for Founders Landing

April 27, 2010 MARQUETTE —  Construction on a new hotel at Founders Landing may start as early as July, according to the company building it. TJ and RM Larson Inc. more »»

Annual Y run: Fun for all

April 26, 2010 MARQUETTE — Six-year-olds, grandparents, school superintendents, mail carriers — from serious runners to those participating in their first 5K, anyone and everyone who wanted to run... more »»

Man dies in 3-vehicle crash

April 26, 2010 MARQUETTE — A three-vehicle accident on U.S. 41 killed a Gwinn man and caused minor injuries to two other people. At 10:07 a.m. more »»

Ishpeming council opposes school levy

April 23, 2010 ISHPEMING — On May 4, voters within the Ishpeming Public School district will be asked to approve a 2. more »»

Fires damages pair of Ishpeming homes

April 16, 2010  ISHPEMING — Two Ishpeming homes were heavily damaged by fire Thursday morning. The Ishpeming Volunteer Fire Department responded a little after 9 a.m. to a home at 914 N. Second St. more »»

Mining foes stage rally at site to protest Kennecott project

April 16, 2010 BIG BAY — From atop Eagle Rock in the middle of the Yellow Dog Plains, Gabriel Caplett looked down past the rock’s stone bluff toward the proposed site of the nickel and copper mine... more »»

Rhythm and Hue

April 15, 2010 MARQUETTE — Combining music, movement and paint, artist David Garibaldi can craft a large-scale painting of just about anyone in a matter of minutes — live, on stag. more »»

U.S. Rep. Bart Stupak announces retirement

April 9, 2010 TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan — A Democratic congressman targeted for defeat by largely conservative activists in the Tea Party for his crucial role in securing approval of the health care overhaul... more »»

 
 
 

 

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