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Koski wins Elks Hoop Shoot

November 24, 2012 Jillian Koski, a third-grade student at Aspen Ridge Elementary School in west Ishpeming, won the 8-9 age division of the 2012 Elks Hoop Shoot held in Ishpeming on Nov. 3. more »»

Today in print

November 24, 2012 Articles found in today's printed edition of The Mining Journal include: - Ishpeming pride follows team to state finals - Brewery lends a helping hop For the full article and photos, please see... more »»

Deck the halls for Cheer Club

November 24, 2012 The Mining Journal’s Ishpeming Bureau Advertising Executive Anna Juidici decorates the office Christmas tree on Tuesday, getting it ready to receive Cheer Club donation. more »»


November 17, 2012 MARQUETTE — Veteran local musicians Scott Syrjala and Jimmy Nevala had taken some time off from playing in bands. more »»

Cruelty or kindness? The choice should be obvious

November 17, 2012 It was just a little Post-It note on the mirror in the women’s bathroom at The Mining Journal. It read: “Someone’s looking beautiful today... more »»


November 10, 2012 MARQUETTE — Those attending the Marquette County Quilters’ Association’s 2012 Autumn Comforts Quilt Show will see bright colors and beautiful patterns in the more than 300 quilts on display. more »»

Call it love or loyalty : Dogs give a lot to their owners

November 10, 2012 Tomorrow morning my husband and I will be welcoming a new addition to the family. more »»


November 3, 2012 MARQUETTE — When Marquette singer-songwriter Jerry Mills stopped in The Mining Journal’s office, the interview was going to focus on a recent item he’d crossed off his bucket list. more »»

My mother’s hands: A reminder of many blessings

November 3, 2012 The circumstances are no longer clear in my mind as this happened probably 40 years ago, but one part of the incident’s memory is vivid for me. more »»


October 27, 2012 MARQUETTE — The inspiration for her children’s book came to Marquette author Carrie Pearson one day while she was in the woods. more »»

No excuses! Voting an important duty for every citizen

October 27, 2012 Excuses abound for people who think their vote is pointless in the upcoming general election. “One vote doesn’t matter,” they say. “None of this affects me anyway.” I couldn’t disagree more. more »»

Fall arts & entertainment roundup

October 20, 2012 MARQUETTE — Local artists have won acclaim recently and several special shows are being planned locall. more »»

Pedestrians to motorists: Slow down, pay attention

October 20, 2012 The other day while I was walking around Marquette on my lunch break, something happened that nearly stopped my heart. more »»

Revealing the reveal

October 13, 2012 MARQUETTE — Redline has been a popular band in the Marquette area for years. But with several group members living and working in Wisconsin, it is difficult for the band to book a lot of gigs. more »»

In search of: A musical voice for the modern generation

October 13, 2012 After listening to a compilation of songs from Bob Dylan’s first two albums — and having already felt unimpressed with the current state of popular music — I’m beginning to understand something: The... more »»


October 6, 2012 MARQUETTE — The No. 1 film in the country has a local connection: Its editor is a Marquette native. Raking in $42. more »»

Band of sisters: Women on Honor Flight were inspiring

October 6, 2012 They came from different places and circumstances in life and they followed different life paths. more »»


September 29, 2012 MARQUETTE — Music will be an important part of the first ever Rocktoberfest, a celebration planned for Friday, Oct. 5 in Munising. more »»

New tradition: Getting into the woods is a way to recharge

September 29, 2012 As the leaves begin to change and the air begins to cool, I’ll be spending this weekend in a cabin on Mirror Lake inside the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. more »»


September 22, 2012 MARQUETTE — At an age most children are learning the alphabet, Marquette native Derrell Syria was learning how to be an entertainer. more »»



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