Former undersheriff Eric Gravelle is now officially at the helm of the Luce County Sheriff’s Department in his new role as Sheriff.
The Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS) district has just added four brand-new school buses to their fleet. Two of the new buses are general education style, and the others will be used for the EUP Intermediate School District for special education transportation.
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Above and below the Bridge, everyone knows that the U.P. is a special place with very special people. And every once in a while, we learn of unexpected legends that walk among us here in the far north.
The historic John McGruer home, which houses a gift shop and exhibit building of the Tahquamenon Logging Museum, will be getting a facelift with new cedar siding to help preserve the structure.
In the ongoing effort to improve and pave Luce County Roads 410 and 407, the McMillan Township Board voted to fund a lobbyist to secure a budget line-item funding appropriation from the legislative and executive branches for the anticipated road improvements
The Cabin Fever Cornhole Tournament will return on Saturday, February 18 at the American Legion Post 74.
Located on the northwest side of Curtis, Portage EMS is seen as a vital asset to the aging community. Voters historically approve Emergency Services millages by large margins.
Dr. Bob Lorinser, Democratic candidate for Congress who was trounced in 2022, has already announced that he will run again in 2024.
In recognition of the annual visits by numerous Snowy Owls to Rudyard Township, the Michigan House of Representatives passed House Resolution No. 346 declaring Rudyard as the Snowy Owl Capital of Michigan.
Swim class hasn’t been offered locally for years, but CCSS (Consolidated Community School Services) is currently trying to revive the Summer Swim Bus.
The Emeralds Varsity Hockey team continued their winning ways in one of the most well-rounded victories in program history on Saturday
Newberry native Dan Maki and teammate Tyler Town capped off a wild weekend to remember by winning the Midwest International Racing Association.
Junior Hayden O’Neil provided a bright spot for the Newberry Indians in the Upper Peninsula Wrestling Championships Saturday.
The 25 locations – situated across nine of the U.P.’s 15 counties – are DNR boating access sites managed for recreational boating.
Next month, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources will debut its free snowmobiling weekend.
Anglers will soon benefit from the 624,205 fish, which collectively weighed 7.8 tons, that were stocked by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources at 85 locations across the state.