Paving project heats up township meeting
12 citizens attended the February meeting of the McMillan Township Board to express concerns regarding a recent board decision to hire a lobbyist to secure funds for the 410/407 road paving project.
Internet outrage – students, staff frustrated with internet at Three Lakes Academy
Frustration is mounting at Three Lakes Academy in Curtis, where the small charter school has been dealing with spotty internet coverage for months.
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TAS loses bus driver, teacher, and athletic director
By Sterling McGinn Change is on its way to the Newberry High School Athletic Department as director, Kenn Depew, informed the Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS) Board of Education of his intent to leave...
Letter to the Editor: Chop down the scenic trees
This decision is also without logic. Why remove every tree if there is only a “problem” with a few?
Three rural superintendents ask Lansing for more money
I know school funding is not everyone’s favorite topic. But it is an important topic if you care about our school and the health of our community both here in Grand Marais and across the U.P.
Luce County Animal Shelter reports positive trends
Gloria Caswell, director of the Luce County Animal Shelter, announced that positive things have been happening at the shelter in recent months.
Pine Stump to hold Vintage Snowmobile Show March 18
Through his efforts and success of these events Stein is proving Pine Stump is not just a stop along the trail, but a destination.
Correctional Facility names Jason Nicholson Officer of the Year
The Newberry Correctional Facility recently selected officer Jason Nicholson as the 2023 Officer of the Year.
It’s National Reading Month – Stop by our book fair!
March is National Reading Month and the library will host the spring Paper Pie Book Fair March 16 and 17.
Falling plaster troubles Bystrom Auditorium
A portion of the plaster ceiling in Newberry High School’s Bystrom Auditorium has been damaged and is falling from the ceiling, rendering the room unusable at this time.
Fosdick leads Engadine athletics
For the second time this school year, there’s a new face at the helm of the Engadine Athletic Department. Although new to the position, Engadine’s new athletic director is familiar to many.
Local teams play Puck of the Irish
The Puck of the Irish Tournament is an annual tradition that’s spanned nearly three decades to date, and generations of hockey players.
EUP announces girls All Conference
Engadine senior Leah French has earned the first of many postseason awards following a record setting season for the Lady Eagles.
The future of Michigan’s beech trees
The American beech has fallen on tough times. Twenty years ago, if you were to walk in the woods, you would likely be impressed by the smooth bark and the enormous size of a mature beech.
CLMCD awards 2023 conservation grants
The Chippewa Luce Mackinac Conservation District (CLMCD) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Conservation Grants Program.
Winter pruning tips: Snip or saw your way to healthier trees
Pruning is more than just giving your trees and shrubs a trim.