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Independents could determine control of Senate

October 30, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — After millions of Americans vote next week, it's possible that one or two men will decide which party controls the Senate. One is Sen. more »»

A run for their lives

October 29, 2014 FLAT ROCK — Beauchamp’s Grove in Flat Rock was crawling with creepy creatures Saturday evening during the first Zombie 5K Run. more »»

City plans deep freeze projects

October 29, 2014 GLADSTONE — Despite receiving more financial assistance than neighboring communities, Gladstone may be feeling the effects of last year’s harsh winter into the summer of 2015. more »»

Generation deal could solve U.P. energy woes

October 29, 2014 MARQUETTE — The Presque Isle Power Plant and a host of concerns surrounding its operation and eventual demise took center stage Tuesday at the Upper Peninsula Energy Summit in Marquette — where it... more »»

School offers alternative to Halloween

October 29, 2014 ESCANABA — Holy Name Catholic School in Escanaba will be offering the public an alternative Halloween celebration on Saturday when the school hosts its annual “All Saints’ Festiva. more »»

Son charged in father's shooting death

October 29, 2014 ST. IGNACE — A Mackinac County man was officially charged Tuesday in the fatal shooting of his 75-year-old father this past weekend. Richard Allan McKenzie Jr. more »»

Michigan OKs equipment funding

October 29, 2014 LANSING (AP) — A state board set aside $50 million on Tuesday to help community colleges buy equipment to train future welders, technicians and others, a move aimed at closing what Gov. more »»

No damage in early morning leaf pile fire

October 29, 2014 ESCANABA — Escanaba Public Safety firefighters were dispatched to the report of a fire early this morning and found a pile of leaves on fire between two homes. Firefighters responded to the 4:45 a.. more »»

Some things to know about US growth

October 29, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Is the U.S. more »»

Get out and PLAY

October 28, 2014 more »»

Ore shipping surge continues

October 28, 2014 ESCANABA — Shipments of iron ore on the Great Lakes topped 7 million tons for the third straight month in Septembe. more »»

Jail time in pizza business theft case

October 28, 2014 ESCANABA — An Escanaba woman, who embezzled funds from a local pizza business, was ordered to spend three months in Delta County Jail during her sentencing in circuit court on Monday. more »»

Gladstone getting new street lights

October 28, 2014 GLADSTONE — Gladstone’s downtown may soon be a bit brighter following the city commission’s approval to purchase new LED streetlights at Monday’s meeting. more »»

Manistique amends zoning fee

October 28, 2014 MANISTIQUE — The Manistique City Council approved a zoning fee amendment at its regular meeting Monday, City Clerk Jeff King said. more »»

Land lease sought for mineral exploration

October 28, 2014 MARQUETTE (AP) — A company operating a nickel and copper mine in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula wants to lease 40 acres of state-owned land nearby to conduct further mineral exploration. more »»

Who decides on Ebola quarantines?

October 28, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — For Americans wondering why President Barack Obama hasn’t forced all states to follow a single, national rule for isolating potential Ebola patients, the White House has a quick... more »»

Permits in for old bridge demolition

October 27, 2014 WELLS — Rory Mattson, executive director of the Delta Conservation District, met with contractors by the Escanaba River Friday to discuss the removal of the former U.S. 2 bridge next summer. more »»

Hospital takes Ebola precautions

October 27, 2014 ESCANABA — OSF St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba, like many medical facilities across the nation, are preparing for the possible risk of treating patients with the Ebola virus. more »»

 
 
 

 

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