The Newberry fireworks display, a hot topic with the Pentland Township Board, was the main item discussed at their regular monthly meeting held Tuesday, June 14 at 7 p.m.
July Fourth is just around the corner, and there will be several activities in Newberry to help you celebrate America’s birth.
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Despite pushback from the Pentland Township Board, Josiah Sharrett and his Newberry Fireworks Association held their display as originally planned.
The Luce County Road Commission has announced that County Road 405, also known as Dollarville Road, will be closed beginning August 8 so the bridge over Teaspoon Creek can be replaced.
Sault Tribe Vice Chairman DJ Hoffman was appointed chairman by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Board of Directors at its special meeting held June 27.
A few things are new in Portage Township since last summer. I don’t see it all at once, but little by little the changes become apparent.
It has been my understanding that I can prevent a number of health problems, such as cancer and cardiovascular issues, by taking vitamins.
Rock musician Mark Farner, a Flint native, has long been a fan of the U.P., and the McMillan and Curtis areas in general.
If you are a McMillan Township resident, Marie McNamara will be your new clerk. She is not a stranger to the township and is familiar with the election process and the many tasks required of the position.
If you’ve wanted to try your hand at gardening, here’s an opportunity: The Heavenly Half Acre community garden on West Truman Boulevard still has five plots available for rent.
Saturday was a special day for top-ranked former high school football players from around the Upper Peninsula as the top senior players from last season suited up and represented their schools one last time.
The Newberry Varsity Baseball team held its end of the season awards banquet last Wednesday at the American Legion Post 74 in Newberry.
Several players from the 2022 Newberry Indians Varsity Baseball team have earned awards for their accomplishments on the field and in the classroom.
As the weather warms up, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services recommends that Michiganders avoid foam on Michigan waterbodies including lakes, rivers, and streams.
Motorists traveling in the Upper Peninsula are being urged to keep an eye out for moose and to exercise extra caution when driving after dark.
Boater Ed Miles of Newberry and Veteran Jim Whalen of Newberry captured the top prize of $1,000 in the 5th Annual Luce County Veterans Appeciation Bass Classic.