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Local voters give Prop 1 overwhelming defeat

May 6, 2015 ESCANABA — Delta and Schoolcraft County voters were overwhelmingly against Proposal 1 in Tuesday’s election. more »»

Schoolcraft voters back library millage renewal

May 6, 2015 MANISTIQUE — Schoolcraft residents have voted to continue supporting county-wide library services with a millage. Residents voted Tuesday to renew. more »»

Woman jailed on heroin charge

May 6, 2015 MENOMINEE — A 25-year-old Menominee Township woman was sentenced to a year in jail Monday in connection with her arrest involving heroin last year, according to court and police records. On No. more »»

Sheriff makes personnel requests

May 6, 2015 ESCANABA — Two personnel requests from Delta County Sheriff Ed Oswald were addressed by the Delta County Board of Commissioners during its regular meeting Tuesday. more »»

Michigan voters deciding on tax increase for road repairs

May 5, 2015 LANSING (AP) — Michigan voters are deciding whether to agree to higher taxes to improve deteriorating roads and bridges today. more »»

Thompson and Viau elected to Gladstone City Commission

May 5, 2015 GLADSTONE — The results are in. Gladstone residents have elected Joe Thompson, Steven Viau, and Dave Nemacheck to represent them on the city commission. more »»

Governor: Michigan voters defeat tax increases for road work

May 5, 2015 LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan voters on Tuesday resoundingly defeated tax increases that would have pumped $1.2 billion more a year into roads, Gov. Rick Snyder said. more »»

Schoolcraft library millage passes

May 5, 2015 MANISTIQUE — Schoolcraft residents have voted to continue supporting county-wide library services with a millage. Residents voted Tuesday to renew. more »»

County looks at wind turbine rules

May 5, 2015 ESCANABA — The Delta County Planning Commission approved further changes to a proposed county ordinance amendment on wind turbines before a public hearin. more »»

Fire damages vacant home in Escanaba

May 5, 2015 ESCANABA — A vacant Escanaba residence was heavily damaged by fire Monday night, according to Escanaba Public Safety, which responded to the 10:19 p.m. emergency call. more »»

Services for homeless showcased

May 5, 2015 ESCANABA — Delta County’s homeless, those who are at risk of becoming homeless, and those who just want information on assistance can visit the Delta Plaza Mall Wednesday for the Delta County... more »»

Governor Snyder rules out cabinet position

May 5, 2015 LANSING (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder said Monday he is not angling for a Cabinet position, despite speculation that could be the case as he travels around the country promoting Michigan’s rebound. more »»

Walker promotes tax cuts before vote

May 5, 2015 LANSING (AP) — Republican presidential contender Scott Walker on Monday touted tax cuts to boost the U.S. more »»

Gunman was former target of FBI terror probe

May 5, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — In 2010, authorities arrested Elton Simpson, one of the two suspected gunmen in a weekend shooting outside a contest in Texas featuring cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad. more »»

Marine general chosen Joint Chiefs chairman

May 5, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is choosing a widely respected, combat-hardened commander who led the Afghanistan war coalition during a key transitional period during 2013-14 as the next... more »»

Musical at Bark River-Harris

May 4, 2015 It has been more than 10 years, but students at Bark River-Harris High School are returning to the stage for a musical production of “The Big Bad Musical. more »»

Prop 1, recall on Tuesday ballot

May 4, 2015 ESCANABA — With only hours remaining until polls open across the state, Upper Peninsula residents are preparing to let their voices be heard on the issues facing their local communities. more »»

Plant sale grows into tradition at Bay College

May 4, 2015 ESCANABA — “This is the 15th year we’ve been doing this (sale),” Bay College Biology and Environmental Professor Brian Black said. “It’s hard to believe in a lot of ways. more »»

Winter takes toll on state budgets

May 4, 2015 BOSTON (AP) — Winter’s full fury arrived late in much of the country but once it did it was relentless, quickly exhausting snow removal budgets and pushing the resources of state transportation... more »»



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