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Fish headed to prison

October 24, 2014 L’ANSE — The man found guilty of an August 2013 armed robbery in Watton will serve 20 to 40 years in prison. more »»

Snyder talks election, energy

October 24, 2014 LANSING — Thursday morning, Governor Snyder held a conference call with several Upper Peninsula newspapers. more »»

Treat Street taking place tonight

October 24, 2014 HOUGHTON — Local children can get both frights and treats at the sixth annual Treat Street from 6:30 to 8 p.m. tonight in downtown Houghton. Many businesses will have candy for local children. more »»

Water festival offers hands-on science

October 24, 2014 HOUGHTON — First, the class of Washington Middle School seventh-graders heard a presentation about underwater gliders from Michigan Technological University graduate students who design and build... more »»

Pursuit of U.P. energy solutions continues

October 24, 2014 Editor’s note: Today is the fifth day of a five-day series of articles on critical electricity cost issues facing the Upper Peninsula. more »»

Education strong theme at ISD meeting

October 23, 2014 HOUGHTON — Career and technical education was a popular theme at Tuesday night’s Copper Country Intermediate School District board meeting. more »»

City codifies ‘let run’ policy

October 23, 2014 HOUGHTON — The Houghton City Council approved changes to the city’s let-run policies to codify city procedures. more »»

Lawmakers battle U.P. energy issue

October 23, 2014 Editor’s note: Today is the fourth day of a five-day series of articles on critical electricity cost issues facing the Upper Peninsula. more »»

U.P. hospitals unite, change names

October 23, 2014 ISHPEMING — Bell Hospital in Ishpeming, Marquette General Hospital and Portage Health in Hancock have united under a new regional banner, the UP Health System. more »»

The secrets of social media

October 23, 2014 BARAGA — About 20 small business owners, nonprofit leaders and others with marketing on their minds packed an Ojibwa Community College computer lab Wednesday for an evening seminar on using social... more »»

Building bridges

October 23, 2014 By DAN ROBLEE droblee@mininggazette.com HOUGHTON — A pair of Rotary exchange students at Houghton High School and Hancock Central High School are learning that high school life in the U.S. more »»

UPPCO poised for growth

October 22, 2014 By GARRETT NEESE gneese@mininggazette.com HOUGHTON — The recent sale of the Upper Peninsula Power Co. more »»

Marker dedication

October 22, 2014 Photo courtesy Jodi Formolo From left, UPPCO?Regional Account Executive Dan Crane (MTU class of 1986), UPPCO?COO Keith Moyle (MTU class of 1985), Professor Emeritus Dennis Wiitanen, UPPCO Customer... more »»

Businesses react to potential cost hikes

October 22, 2014 Editor’s note: Today is the third day of a five-day series of articles on critical electricity cost issues facing the Upper Peninsul. more »»

What’s next for Quincy Smelter?

October 22, 2014 CALUMET TOWNSHIP — Now that the Keweenaw National Historical Park Advisory Commission has acquired the former Quincy Smelting Works site in Ripley, the next steps have to be decided on, according t... more »»

Hoagland, Johnson leaving commission

October 22, 2014 By KURT HAUGLIE khauglie@ mininggazette. more »»

Wolf advocate says ‘no’ vote on ballot issue matters

October 22, 2014 HANCOCK — Michigan’s Legislature seems to have circumvented a pair of referendum proposals that would give Michigan voters the chance to decide whether an Upper Peninsula wolf hunt should be legal,... more »»

Ewen man facing charges

October 22, 2014 EWEN — A 20-year-old Ewen man was arrested Monday in connection with a felonious assault in Ewen. About 4 p.m. more »»

Fish sentencing delayed

October 21, 2014 By GARRETT NEESE gneese@mininggazette. more »»

 
 
 

 

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