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Senior Citizen Day activities at the Florence County Fair

August 20, 2015 FLORENCE, Wis. — Senior Citizen Day is returning to the Florence County Fair on Friday, Aug. 28. more »»

Highway named for murdered Marquette prison guard

August 20, 2015 MARQUETTE — The stretch of highway that runs in front of the Marquette Branch Prison is now a testament to the sacrifice of a prison guard who was murdered at the prison more than 40 years ago. more »»

Meth lab removed in Bessemer

August 20, 2015 WAKEFIELD — Two Bessemer residents were arrested earlier this week after an investigation into a stolen vehicle complaint revealed a suspected methamphetamine lab in their home. more »»

Mostra D’Arte features 31 works by 12 artists

August 20, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — The third annual Mostra D’Arte, a juried art exhibition sponsored by Friends of the Braumart, was held recently in the Downtown Plaza in Iron Mountai. more »»

Gardeners’ group plans plant sale Aug. 29

August 20, 2015 FLORENCE, Wis. — Glacial Gardeners Master Gardener Association will hold a perennial plant sale on Saturday, Aug. 29, from 10 a.m. more »»

Should fall cleaning include your ducts?

August 20, 2015 By Theresa Proudfit Staff Writer IRON MOUNTAIN — Is cleaning your ducts a necessary aspect of cleaning? Although expert recommendations vary, most agree that you will benefit from cleaning your... more »»

U.P. Nonprofit meeting scheduled for Oct. 15

August 20, 2015 MARQUETTE — Jon Terry, president of Capitol Youth Strategies LLC, has been named the keynote presenter at the 2015 U.P. Nonprofit Conference. more »»

How to conduct a do-it-yourself home energy audit

August 20, 2015 IRON?MOUNTAIN?—This fall, why not consider making needed improvements in your home to help increase energy efficiency and save big in the long run? Here is a short StatePoint checklist for a DIY... more »»

IM walking tour Saturday

August 20, 2015 IRON?MOUNTAIN?— The third and last free walking tour of the Iron Mountain’s National Historic Central Commercial District will be conducted by local historian Bill Cummings on Saturday. more »»

Pressure washer is a versatile cleanup tool

August 20, 2015 IRON?MOUNTAIN?— Fall is the ideal season to tick items off your home exterior to-do list. more »»

House votes to void old crimes like cursing, accepting duels

August 20, 2015 LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Outdated crimes such as accepting a duel and cursing in front of women or children would no longer be on Michigan’s books under bills advancing in the Legislature. more »»

Residents protest energy measure

August 20, 2015 LANSING, Mich. more »»

Iron County crash leads to injuries, power outages

August 19, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — Michigan State Police troopers from the Iron Mountain post investigated a single-vehicle accident that injured a woman and led to power outages in Iron County Tuesday. more »»

Proud Equestrian Program teaches riders, volunteers alike

August 19, 2015 NORWAY — For the past 27 years, the Dickinson County Proud Equestrian Program (PEP) has offered a one-week therapeutic riding program for special needs children. more »»

Iron County crash knocks out power

August 19, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — Michigan State Police troopers from the Iron Mountain post investigated a single-vehicle accident that injured a woman and led to power outages in Iron County on Tuesday. more »»

Psychiatric exams ordered in triple murder

August 19, 2015 MANISTIQUE — Both men accused of murdering three people in Schoolcraft County will receive psychiatric evaluations to determine if they are fit to stand trial. more »»

The ‘Pacing Parson’ walks again

August 19, 2015 By THERESA PROUDFIT Staff Writer IRON MOUNTAIN — Donald Lewis Stevenson, know by many as “The Pacing Parson,” stopped in Iron Mountain recently while making his 30-mile-a-day trip on U.S. more »»

Road plan may call for 5-cent gas tax increase

August 19, 2015 LANSING (AP) — Michigan legislators chosen to forge a compromise on a $1.2 billion road-improvement plan are on standby in case a deal can be reached. more »»



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