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State ups U.P. planting with new fee

MARQUETTE (AP) - State natural resources officials are combining revenue from an increase in hunting fees and the work of employees and volunteers across the Upper Peninsula to plant tens of thousands of trees that can improve the habitat for...Read Story

  • Charges filed in Ishpeming motorcycle fatalities reflect law change

    ISHPEMING - The case of an Ishpeming man charged with a moving violation causing death after a June accident at the intersection of U.S. 41 and Lakeshore Drive in Ishpeming reflects a 2010 change to crash-death laws and their penalties. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 27 at 00:00
  • Furry friend fundraiser

    ISHPEMING - Amanda Bertucci is almost afraid to hope the life of her precious dog, Nero-Bob, can be saved. An Ishpeming resident, Bertucci has been on a roller coaster of emotion in the past few weeks. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 27 at 00:00
  • Commission OKs FY 2015 budget

    MARQUETTE - The Marquette City Commission unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2015 budget Monday, but with changes regarding zoning fees. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 27 at 00:00
  • Michigan House OKs measure allowing wolf hunting

    TRAVERSE CITY - The Michigan Legislature has cleared the way to allow continued hunting of gray wolves, a species that once had disappeared from the state but now thrives in the Upper Peninsula. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 27 at 00:00
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  • Marquette teachers and district reach tentative agreement

    MARQUETTE - After more than a year of negotiations that left an ever-widening rift between the Marquette school board and Marquette teachers, the two groups have finally reached a tentative agreement. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 27 at 00:00
  • A Line in the sand

    MARQUETTE - Threats of strike activit. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 26 at 00:00
  • Wolf hunt opponents plan to rally at state capitol

    MARQUETTE - Opponents of an initiative to allow the Michigan Natural Resources Commission to designate game species, including gray wolves, plan to rally on the steps of the state capitol Wednesday as the House is expected to vote on the… View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 26 at 00:00
  • Oldtimers set to play in Gwinn

    GWINN - The series lead will be on the line when Negaunee travels to Gwinn Wednesday for an oldtimers softball game set for 4 p.m. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 25 at 00:00
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  • Paddle boarding

    MARQUETTE - Last week, the increasingly popular water sport known as stand-up paddle boarding was in the news again as five men from Traverse City vowed to make a 60-mile trip across Lake Michigan in an attempt to raise $10,000… View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 25 at 00:00
  • MGH, MSU College of Human Medicine celebrate partnership

    MARQUETTE - More than a hundred people, many of them medical students, doctors and community leaders attended a Marquette General Hospital and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine reception Wednesday night in celebration of the... View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 25 at 00:00
  • Wolf attacks

    Headline: DNR: Wolf conflicts with dogs and cows have increased in U.P. MARQUETTE - Over the past month, Dickinson County farmer Allen Holmes has had two calves killed and another injured by wolves, with another calf and a bull missing. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 24 at 00:00
  • Weather station opens its doors to the public

    NEGAUNEE- The National Weather Service invited the public to its Negaunee Township station Saturday to learn what it does and how it assists residents. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 24 at 00:00
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  • Preseving history

    MARQUETTE - Material manifestations of history can come in many forms, such as arrowheads, fossils, photographs and books. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 24 at 00:00
  • Swimmer in distress report turns out falseBy JOHN PEPIN Journal Staff Write

    MARQUETTE - A report of a swimmer in distress in Lake Superior off Marquette drew several emergency response agencies Friday morning, but the report turned out to be false. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 23 at 00:00
  • Wis. Guv may have mis-directing donors

    MADISON, Wis. - Newly released court documents include excerpts from emails showing that Wisconsin Gov. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 23 at 00:00
  • County loan will assist gas station at Sawyer

    MARQUETTE - The Marquette County Board recently approved a $32,000 working capital loan request that will help provide a gas station at the Sawyer Service Center at K.I. Sawyer. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 23 at 00:00
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  • Dirty roadside runoff

    BIG BAY - Workers on a project to upgrade Marquette County Road AAA in Champion Township recently struck a perched groundwater seep, accidentally allowing water and sediment to make its way into the East Branch of the Salmon Trout River. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 23 at 00:00
  • Feds: Over 1,000 retailers may be at risk of being hacked

    WASHINGTON - More than 1,000 U.S. retailers could be infected with malicious software lurking in their cash register computers, allowing hackers to steal customer financial data, the Homeland Security Department said Friday. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 23 at 00:00
  • Missing swimmer a false alarm

    MARQUETTE -The U.S. Coast Guard used a search helicopter called in from Traverse City as well as a small boat from the Marquette station after receiving a report of a missing swimmer along South Beach in Marquette Friday. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 22 at 00:00
  • BLP turns 125

    MARQUETTE - Turning on a lamp or plugging in a coffee-maker are run-of-the-mill daily tasks for most people, but the mere fact they can do them at all comes from the efforts of the Marquette Board of Light and Power. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 22 at 00:00
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  • Teachers hold town hall session

    MARQUETTE - Marquette Area Public Schools teachers took their case straight to the public Wednesday evening with a town hall-style meeting meant to showcase their side of a yearlong contract dispute with the district. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 21 at 00:00
  • An unsolved mystery

    MARQUETTE - Fourteen years ago Wednesday, the body of Erin Rebecca Taylor, 24, was found in the woods off of Marquette County Road 492 in Negaunee Township - nine days after she was reported missing. Taylor, of 1741 Wright… View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 21 at 00:00
  • Former Marquette priest dies

    DETROIT (AP) - Cardinal Edmund Szoka, the former governor of Vatican City and the head of the Detroit archdiocese, has died. He was 86. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 21 at 00:00
  • Grant to be used to eliminate buildings

    MARQUETTE - The Michigan State Housing Development Authority has awarded a $143,000 grant to help demolish 11 buildings in five Upper Peninsula counties, including three blighted structures located in Marquette County. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 20 at 00:00

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