Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Affiliated Sites | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
City police probe death of teen girl

August 12, 2015 MARQUETTE — Police are investigating the death of a 14-year-old female, according to Detective Lt. Mike Kohler of the Marquette City Police Department. more »»

Process reform

August 12, 2015 MARQUETTE — Initially sparked by comments at a Marquette County Board meeting in July, conversations have begun regarding potential policy changes to the county’s tax foreclosure proces. more »»

Meteor shower peaks before new moon

August 12, 2015 MARQUETTE — For a front row view of the most popular annual meteor shower, grab a lawn chair and a set of binoculars and head down to the shores of Lake Superior, said Scott Stobbelaar, facilitator... more »»

Area gas prices on the rise

August 11, 2015 MARQUETTE — Area residents and travelers may have noticed an increase in the price of gas today after several stations hiked their regular prices to $2.69 per gallon. As of 5 p.m. more »»

Beer tour

August 11, 2015 MARQUETTE — U.S. Sen. more »»

Traffic near hospital site to be studied

August 11, 2015 MARQUETTE — Traffic patterns will be examined near the future site of Duke LifePoint’s new UP Health System-Marquette hospital with the intent of providing improved access to U.. more »»

Dawn of the Great Lakes Wolf Patrol

August 11, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series about Rod Coronado, a convicted eco-terrorist now working to protect wolves in the Great Lakes region. more »»

PWPL movie dates clarified

August 10, 2015 The dates for two upcoming movie showings at Peter White Public Library were published incorrectly, one on Saturday, one on Sunday. Both movies are being shown Aug. 18, not this Tuesday. more »»

$9.5M renovation started in Ishpeming

August 10, 2015 MARQUETTE — As school begins this fall, Ishpeming taxpayers will see the results of two bond proposals they approved last year for projects totaling $9. more »»

Holdout Michigan may compensate innocent inmates

August 10, 2015 LANSING — One newly exonerated inmate walks free every couple of months in Michigan, which has released more innocent prisoners than all but four states. more »»

One man’s journey from prison to legal protester

August 10, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series about the evolution of an animal activist now working in the Great Lakes region. more »»

Connecting with history

August 9, 2015 GWINN — An effort has been underway for a while to remind residents that a small basketball court in the upper level of the Gwinn Clubhouse was the original home of the Gwinn High School Modeltowners. more »»

Semi plows into stopped cars; 1 dead, 6 injured

August 9, 2015 SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. — One man was killed and several people were sent to the hospital Friday following a seven-vehicle traffic accident involving a semi-tractor on I-75 near Sault Ste. Marie. more »»

Safe routes to school

August 9, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Marquette Township Board recently approved spending $30,000 toward the design and engineering of the Safe Routes to School project. more »»

Bike racers hit the trails for Ore to Shore

August 9, 2015 Above, the pack of racers takes off down Iron Street in downtown Neguanee at the start of the 48-mile Hard Rock race of the Ore to Shore Mountain Bike Epic Saturday mornin. more »»

Up, Up & away

August 8, 2015 MARQUETTE — The world’s largest piece of glacial float copper was removed from Presque Isle Park in Marquette Friday and was returned to its owners on the Keweenaw Peninsula. The 28. more »»

Epic impact

August 8, 2015 MARQUETTE — Not only is today’s Ore to Shore Mountain Bike Epic a good event for bicyclists wishing to compete at different distances, skill levels and ages, it’s good for the local economy as well. more »»

Algae bloom could be one of worst ever

August 8, 2015 By JOHN SEEWER Associated Press TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio will make more money available next year for cities planning to fix their drinking water and wastewater treatment plants, continuing a program... more »»

National Lunch Out

August 8, 2015 Katie Oja of Laurium and her three children, Ryan, 14, Heidi, 9, and driver Elle, 5, try out a car simulator provided by the Michigan State Police’s Office of Highway Traffic Safety and Planning at... more »»

US training of Syrian forces questioned

August 8, 2015 By LOLITA C. BALDOR Associated Press WASHINGTON — The murky aftermath of the attack on Syrian rebels last week by al-Qaida-linked militants has raised questions about how the small, ragtag group of U. more »»

 
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web