More than 380 families rely on monthly food distributions from Feeding America, picking up boxes of food worth about $100 to help them get by.
Students and teachers are back in the classrooms and hallways of Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS), as the school year began Monday, September 11.
Looking for a new book to read, but don’t know where to start? The Tahquamenon Area Library staff has created rotating displays to make finding new reading material even easier.
It’s Homecoming for Newberry as the 5-0 St. Ignace Saints take on the 4-1 Newberry Indians in Friday night varsity football!
Ten years after he became Luce County Prosecuting Attorney, Josh Freed is moving on. Freed will soon work as a referee for the Luce County Friend of the Court, a position he’ll start in November.
Depth on the high school football roster is becoming more and more important, and the Newberry Indians finally got to show theirs off in a dominating 48-0 win Friday at home against Superior Central.
At his final Luce County Emergency Planning Committee meeting, Erickson tried to solve one more emergency situation.
The Newton Township Historical Society of Gould City is making plans to honor their hometown heroes with a memorial stone and brick walkway.
Many folks have questions about the project, and not all information out there is correct.
Most of them have grandchildren who attend Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS), and they’re concerned about the welfare of students.
When shops are closed and downtown is quiet, Newberry’s feral cat population is buzzing with activity. But a small group of animal lovers have united to address Newberry’s homeless cat situation.
The Village of Newberry will be hosting a scrap tire collection event for village residents on Saturday, September 23 from 8:30 a.m. until noon (or when the trailer is full).
A fuelwood permit allows users to gather dead and downed wood from designated state forest areas, primarily located in the northern two-thirds of Michigan, for up to 90 days.
Visitors booking a seat on the famous trip may notice a “Buy Me” link on the business’s website. Owners Kris and Dixie Stewart, who have operated the business for 42 years, are ready to retire.
The most anticipated home volleyball games in recent memory take place this week as both middle and high school teams will play at home for this first time this week.
As the community gears up for another school year, not all area students will be reporting back to their classrooms. A growing number of students in Luce County are making history as the first organized group of homeschoolers centered in Newberry.
Newberry resident Robert “Bud” Grubba is now going on 30 years of service to the Newberry American Legion Post 74 color guard. His presence at all home football games and many of the home basketball games has not gone unnoticed.
A total of 21 airplanes landed at the Two Hearted River airstrip this past weekend, which marked the reopening of the 90-year-old airfield on the shore of Lake Superior.