Band class has been a joyfully noisy event at Tahquamenon Area Schools, but nearly fell silent this year after the last minute resignation of the school’s music instructor.
The late Joseph Patrick Rahilly, one of Newberry’s most honored and well-respected citizens, is usually remembered for his genial customer service in his role as a local grocer.
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John Cischke announced that he will officially retire as the Luce County Sheriff effective December 31 of this year.
Several scouts and families from the eastern UP helped with various projects including splitting wood for campfires, removing damaged trees, chipping branches, mulching areas to prepare them for tree planting, and lots of general cleaning.
One of the trucks, Tanker No. 2, was backed into a village light pole by a firefighter during the open house after the Independence Day parade. The accident resulted in damages estimated at $48, 563.20.
A familiar face in local law enforcement has accepted a new position for Luce County. Former county sheriff and commissioner Kevin Erickson will now serve as the new 911 Coordinator/Emergency Management director taking over the helm from Chris Peterson.
Even though the event has not yet returned to the attendance levels of a few years ago, more than 280 scouts were on the grounds for the weekend’s events.
Jean Plantu has been drawing editorial cartoons for French newspapers since the 1970s. Plantu was telling me that irony and satire help us think about things.
Nineteen years ago, a litter of kittens were born under a trailer home near Gladstone, Michigan.
Fireworks have been a trending subject at recent Pentland Township board meetings, and they were once again on the agenda of the September meeting.
Tuesday, October 11 marks the return of Dig Pink, one of the biggest nights of the local sports year.
Engadine cross country Coach Tracy Germain had every reason to smile after the Eagles swept both ends of the Eastern U.P. Conference Jamboree opener in Newberry on Sept. 19.
The long wait for a win is finally over in Engadine. For the first time since October 24, 2019,
The campaign intends to demonstrate how 100% of a whitefish can be used for different purposes and beyond just food.
Some people talk about the importance of taking care of the natural world around us; Dr. Howard Tanner – former director of the DNR and longtime fisheries champion and educator – is one such person.
The annual Harvest Festival at Tahquamenon Falls State Park will take place this Saturday, September 24 at the Lower Falls from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.