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Hall induction special

May 2, 2009 ESCANABA — Another illustrious group was enshrined in the U.P. Sports Hall of Fame last week, adding to the tremendous athletic history of this storied region. more »»

Escanaba plugs away at budget

April 14, 2009 ESCANABA — The Escanaba City Council covered a lot of ground during its first day of work sessions on the 2009-10 budget at city hall Monday. more »»

Upcoming power plant vote in spotlight

April 14, 2009 ESCANABA — The upcoming vote on the city’s power plant was in the spotlight when Escanaba City Council discussed the proposed electric budget with administrators Monda. more »»

Trash collection system is win-win, officials say

April 14, 2009 ESCANABA — Escanaba’s automated trash collection system is costing less than projected and extending the life of the landfill, officials said at council’s budget work session Monday. more »»

The KITE stuff

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Harbor project moves forward

April 14, 2009 GLADSTONE — The city of Gladstone Monday night authorized the mayor to sign the second of three contracts the city needs to enter into phase two of the Harbor Point Improvement Project to begin. more »»

Gladstone extends, modifies pact with housing contractor

April 14, 2009 GLADSTONE — The Gladstone City Commission Monday night voted to extend an agreement with a local housing contractor for two years that has led to construction of speculation homes in the city. more »»

Commission OKs low bids for water, wastewater treatment plants

April 14, 2009 GLADSTONE — The low bids for chemicals used at the Gladstone water and wastewater treatment plants were approved by the city commission Monday night. more »»

Manistique gets funds for snowmobile bridge

April 14, 2009 MANISTIQUE — The city of Manistique has received a DNR grant to make repairs to a snowmobile bridge which had been damaged by four-wheelers driving over it, causing erosio. more »»

Tuesday's news briefs

April 14, 2009 Five Times August slates concert at Bay ESCANABA — Five Times August is bringing his musical talents to Bay College’s Escanaba Campus on Wednesday. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Townhall meeting Wednesday at mall

April 14, 2009 ESCANABA — Citizens of Escanaba are invited to attend an Electrical Advisory Committee townhall meeting Wednesday. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. more »»

Bay College group selling native plant seedlings, starts

April 14, 2009 ESCANABA — The Bay College greenhouse will be selling native plant seedlings and garden starts as a fund-raiser. more »»

Daily Press police log

April 14, 2009 Editor’s Note: The following information was collected from local police dispatch log books recorded at the time the calls were received. more »»

Football still making news in prep circles

January 22, 2009 ESCANABA —Football season ended some time ago, yet it is still making big headlines in the area. more »»

Rubick touched many lives during sterling career

January 16, 2009 ESCANABA — Fifty years ago a dazzling bolt flashed across Upper Peninsula football fields, lighting up opponents massed to stop him. more »»

Friday sports shorts

January 16, 2009 Prep athletic events postponed ESCANABA — A number of area prep contests were postponed Thursday because of the severe cold weather. more »»

Monday sports shorts

October 6, 2008 Iverson takes sixth in ASA season WEST SALEM, Wis. — Dan Fredrickson won his second consecutive Oktoberfest 100 feature race Saturday to secure the ASAMT championship. more »»

Thanks for the memories

September 20, 2008 ESCANABA — The best thing about life at a daily newspaper is how it changes each day. Every game, every page, every story is a new lesson learned. more »»

Lakers drop Hannahville

September 20, 2008 HANNAHVILLE — The Hannahville Soaring Eagles were unable to shut down Mackinac Island Friday, dropping a 7-1 soccer decision.. more »»

Ranquette's passing a loss of local luminary

August 30, 2008 ESCANABA — The passing of Bob Ranguette marks the second departure of an old area luminary this year. U.P. Sports Hall of Famer George Shomin of Escanaba died May 2. more »»

 
 

 

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