It’s hard to find somewhere to live in Newberry these days. The housing market was already low on inventory when the summer buying season began.
The Independence Day parade featured some of the usual suspects – the Newberry Fire Department, namely. The department entered multiple trucks in the Saturday, July 3 parade, soaking viewers along the route.
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Living here in this beautiful summer, I mustn’t forget to be thankful for my good fortune. And I must encourage our leaders to make my life more difficult by making rules to save the Earth.
Are uterine fibroids concerning? Uterine fibroids are the most common benign neoplasms (growths) in American women, and are more commonly found in black women.
The annual Luce-West Mackinac County Fair is nearing, and event organizers have big plans for budget-friendly entertainment for the whole family.
The Newberry Correctional Facility only had 513 inmates at last report, about half of what its capacity allows. Sources are concerned the prison might be closing.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) fire fighters, with assistance from Burt Township Fire and PRNL park rangers, responded. Approximately six acres burned of both state forest and national park lands.
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With less than a month to go before the start of practice, the Newberry Indians football program is getting ready for the 2021 season.
The recent graduate and All State star participated in the 35th annual Upper Peninsula All Star Classic in St. Ignace this weekend.
The Clay Crushers include 12 kids from around the area. They typically practice on Sundays at the TSC Shooting Range on E. Victory Way and compete in area events.
Take a look through the record book for Newberry High School Football and you’ll see John Paramski’s name quite a bit. His high school resume is remarkable.
When a space becomes available, it will be awarded to one lucky person or family after a lottery drawing.
As young birds and mammals venture from their nest and den sites and begin to learn from their parents how to hunt and forage for food.
Major forest insect outbreaks generally occur in cycles. Environmental factors favor the explosion of a population, then natural controls knock that population down, which may take a season or two.