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A new sports era in Engadine

By Dan Hardenbrook The new school year and fresh sports seasons will also bring new faces into the spotlight at Engadine Consolidated Schools. After a summer of major change, the Eagles have a new Athletic Director (AD) overseeing the programs and activities. Edwina...

Beaulieu conquers Boston Marathon

By Dan Hardenbrook They say there is no other event like the Boston Marathon. Participants come from all over the world. Professionals, amateurs, small town kids with big dreams, even those with disabilities. It’s one of the most watched and top attended events each...

Anticipating a winning Indians football season

By Dan Hardenbrook The 2021 varsity football season will always be one to remember for the Newberry Indians. The program featured five All UP players and set a single season record for points scored on their way to a 7-2 record, a playoff win over perennial powerhouse...

Newberry Clay Crushers participate in state championship

On June 25, the Newberry Clay Crushers participated in the State Trapshooting Championship in Mason, Michigan. Out of a total of 110 shooters in the JV competition, the following individuals placed: —Evan Lustila —15th place (186/200) —Sophia Johnson —17th place...

Engadine searching for new football coach

By Dan Hardenbrook After two seasons as head football coach for his alma mater in Engadine, Vince Leveille is stepping down. Once a star player for the Engadine Eagles, Leveille brought three decades of experience at every level–from youth football to semi pro and an...

Local stars shine one last time

By Dan Hardenbrook 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. Newberry Linebacker Johnny Nutkins, a...