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Running for a cause

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New offerings at Gladstone, Rapid River schools

September 12, 2014 GLADSTONE — The start of a new school year is an exciting time for students, and there’s no shortage of new and exciting things this year at Gladstone and Rapid River schools. more »»

Officials: No state wolf hunt this year

September 12, 2014 DETROIT (AP) — In an expected move, officials with Michigan’s Natural Resources Commission confirmed Thursday there won’t be a gray wolf hunt this year. more »»

Police locate dog that bit two in Gladstone

September 12, 2014 GLADSTONE — The Gladstone Public Safety department has located the pitbull/boxer mix that bit two people in Gladstone last week. more »»

Feds provide $7.9M for Great Lakes habitat work

September 12, 2014 TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A state and local partnership will receive nearly $7.9 million from the federal government to restore wildlife habitat in the Great Lakes region. U.S. Sen. more »»

Crafty Seniors

September 11, 2014 Wednesday was craft day at the Escanaba Senior Center and this month’s project was a paper pumpkin. Craft classes take place the second Wednesday of each month at the center, starting at 10 a.. more »»

Former mayor gets year in jail

September 11, 2014 ESCANABA — Former Escanaba Mayor Leo Evans was sentenced in court today to 12 months in the Delta County Jail for embezzling money from the local Eagles Club. more »»

Former mayor apologizes for embezzlement

September 11, 2014 ESCANABA — After apologizing to his victims and the citizens of Escanaba, the former mayor of Escanaba was sentenced Thursday to 12 months in jail for embezzling more than $100,000 from the local... more »»

Trade zone seeks support

September 11, 2014 ESCANABA — Organizers of a proposed economic development area in the Central U.P. more »»

Attempted murder suspect bound over

September 11, 2014 MANISTIQUE — A Manistique man accused of attempting to murder a Manistique woman this summer was bound over from Schoolcraft County District Court to circuit court on Wednesday. Thomas Becks J. more »»

Court date in fatal crash postponed

September 11, 2014 MARQUETTE — A Rock man, charged with operating a motorcycle while intoxicated, causing the death of his passenger in an accident in Marquette County, is re-scheduled for a preliminary examination in... more »»

Shipwreck found in Superior

September 11, 2014 DEER PARK, Mich. more »»

Changes surround 9/11 commemoration

September 11, 2014 NEW YORK (AP) — A solemn reading of the names. Moments of silence to mark the precise times of tragedy. Stifled sobs of those still mourning. more »»

Obama orders airstrikes in Syria

September 11, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Opening a new military front in the Middle East, President Barack Obama authorized U.S. more »»

Chili Challenge marks 20th year

September 10, 2014 ESCANABA — The United Way Soup’r Chili Challenge’s 20th anniversary was celebrated in style Tuesday, as chefs, judges, and patrons filled the Ruth Butler Building to serve and sample a wide variety... more »»

Former mayor back in court

September 10, 2014 ESCANABA — The former mayor of Escanaba will be sentenced Thursday on one count of embezzling $50,000 to $100,000 while an officer for a local service clu. more »»

Woman pleads guilty in theft case

September 10, 2014 ESCANABA — An Escanaba woman, accused of embezzling from a local pizza business for two years, pleaded guilty as charged during a hearing in Delta County Circuit Court on Tuesday. more »»

Manistique renews MDOT contract

September 10, 2014 MANISTIQUE — The Manistique City Council renewed the city’s contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation at its regular meeting Monday. more »»

House OKs bill to avert $1.1B tax payout

September 10, 2014 LANSING (AP) — Michigan would keep an estimated $1. more »»

Costly Salt

September 9, 2014 ESCANABA — Summer may not be over yet, but road crews are already gearing up for the plowing and salting season. However, keeping roads drivable this winter could be more costly than last year. more »»

 
 
 

 

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