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Name that trail contest begins

September 23, 2014 Officials throughout Michigan are working together to develop a trail system that will wind its way from Detroit to Ironwood. more »»

Good for the local economy

September 22, 2014 Last year, Bay de Noc Community College celebrated 50 years in grand style with a Golden Gala event on the Escanaba Campus. This year, it’s our turn. more »»

Came to my rescue

September 20, 2014 Bouquet From Luis Hultquist of Kingsford: Thank you to Officer Bottesi of the Kingsford Police Department who came to my rescue. more »»

Worthwhile experience

September 19, 2014 Years ago, students from elementary school through high school walked or biked everywhere. That was their primary mode of transportation. more »»

Know your Constitution

September 18, 2014 This week, Sept. 17 to Sept. 23, is Constitution Week in America. The U.S. Constitution is the basis of our individual freedoms and liberties. It lays out our rights as Americans. Signed on Sep. more »»

Communications plan in emergencies

September 17, 2014 September is National Preparedness Month, Marinette County Emergency Management officials suggest that area residents prepare a family communications pla. more »»

Watching for Enterovirus

September 16, 2014 The Michigan Department of Community Health is receiving reports indicating an increase in severe respiratory illness in children ages 5-17 across the state. more »»

A major public health problem

September 15, 2014 Every 13.3 minutes, someone in the U.S. dies by suicide. At the end of each day, the U.S. more »»

This is truly a gemstone

September 13, 2014 Bouquet From Al Unger, Kingsford High School Athletic Director & Breitung Township Community Schools Recreation Director at Kingsford High School to Iron Mountain City Council: I just wanted to give... more »»

Bats need help to fight white-nose syndrome

September 12, 2014 Bats have a bad reputation, but they’re really not that bad. Bats are known to carry rabies and they’re scary when they swoop too close during their night feeding flights. more »»

Road Watcher program in U.P.

September 11, 2014 OK Yoopers, this one’s just for you. The Michigan Department of Transportation wants to know what you think of the road conditions. more »»

Illustrating the frustration

September 10, 2014 The Dickinson County Board of Commissioners has adopted a resolution calling on national leaders to demand that America’s allies and the rest of the free world take up arms to help defeat terrorism. more »»

Families will be uprooted

September 9, 2014 The announcement that Kingsford mail processing operations will be consolidated with Green Bay, Wis., is not good news. The U.S. more »»

The dangers of texting & driving

September 8, 2014 As students head back to school, Wisconsin Gov. more »»

Very proud and honored

September 6, 2014 Bouquet From Jim Edberg, Felch, Upper Peninsula Veteran of the Year: I want to say “thank you” to all who congratulated me for being chosen Upper Peninsula Veteran of the Year. more »»

Stay safe after the flooding

September 5, 2014 According to the National Weather Service in Marquette, the Iron Mountain-Kingsford area received over two inches of rain in one hour. Flash flood warnings were issued for Thursday. more »»

Input sought on deer herd

September 4, 2014 Planning for Wisconsin’s 2015 deer hunting season is underway. more »»

Dangerous for children

September 3, 2014 More than 55 million children across the United States are heading back to school this wee. more »»

September National Preparedness Month

September 2, 2014 Michigan Gov. more »»

It’s time: Remember school bus safety

September 1, 2014 With the school year about to begin, more school buses will be on the road. Parents are reminded to talk to their kids about bus safety. Motorists are reminded to share the road. more »»



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