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Housing is hard to find

Housing is hard to find

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.

What happened in Newberry on the 3rd

What happened in Newberry on the 3rd

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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Forcing me to be good to the earth

Forcing me to be good to the earth

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.

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Podcast: Storytime with Sterling, Episode 13

In this edition of Storytime, Sterling reveals the next piece of history added to his collection, a 1930 Model A Ford.

Podcast: The Next Level Episode 1

This week Dan talks with David Carlson, a 2018 graduate of Newberry High School, who was known as one of the strongest kids anywhere.

Podcast: Tips for taking care of the back

Dr. Brian Stoynoff from Northern Star Chiropractic gives simple tips for taking care of your spine so one can live a healthy life.

Podcast: Storytime with Sterling, Episode 12

Motorists driving along Borgstrom Road will notice a large stone quarry near the Luce-Mackinac County Line—known as Hendricks Quarry.

Podcast: Storytime with Sterling, Episode 11

This week on Storytime with Sterling – Sterling looks at the history of the first automobile in Newberry.

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Sports

Meet the Clay Crushers

Meet the Clay Crushers

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.

The Next Level: John Paramski

The Next Level: John Paramski

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.

Outdoors

The End of the World (not)!

The End of the World (not)!

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.