Fostering student wellness at The CAMP
The CAMP is a school-based health care center. Staffed with health care professionals from the Luce Mackinac Alger Schoolcraft District Health Department (LMAS),
Hosting the world, Five exchange students
There are currently five exchange students from around the world visiting our districts. All of them are here through the International Cultural Exchange Services organization, and with a primary goal of perfecting their English skills.
Top News Stories
The fad that parked on Newberry Avenue
With the coming of the automobile in the turn of the 20th century, auto agencies or dealerships were being opened by Newberry businessmen even though cars wouldn’t be popular for another two decades.
Snow much fun at snowman contest
Newberry gained a few new (temporary) residents this past Saturday, February 25. The Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce Snowman Building Contest resulted in 14 snow-people and one snow dog constructed in the parking lot of Ice Cream Bandits.
Marijuana tax money to reach accounts this week
On Tuesday, the Michigan Department of Treasury announced that more than $59.5 million is being shared among 224 municipalities and 64 counties within Michigan as part of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act.
Local conservation officer rescues stranded snowmobilers
The fortunate availability of a cellphone early Wednesday morning provided a lifeline for two snowmobilers stranded miles away from the nearest town in Luce County.
TAS board accepts resignations, hears bond update
The resignation of two staff members and a letter of retirement from a longtime teacher were on the agenda of the February meeting of the Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS) Board of Education.
Kisro’s Lakeside Market opens on M-28
The former Bear Den Grocery located along M-28 near McMillan and across the street from East Lake has new owners and boasts a new name—Kisro’s Lakeside Market.
Firemen honor former Chief Ronald Brown
Active and former Newberry firefighters joined forces on Saturday, February 11 to honor and pay tribute to the late Ronald Brown, who formerly served as department chief.
JP Pizza opens its doors in Germfask
JP Pizza, a new business running in conjunction with JP Memorial Golf Course in Germfask, offers a wide variety of pizza options and even a 15-mile radius delivery service.
O’Neil completes journey at state wrestling finals
O’Neil picked up the win just 2:33 into his matchup and stayed alive for another matchup, where he went head-to-head with Hudson’s Austin Marry.
Boys basketball seasons end in districts
The two local teams were split up in different Division 4 Districts, but suffered similar fates in the MHSAA Division 4 Tournament.
Hockey season ends in Soo
The incredible second season of varsity hockey for the Manistique Emeralds came to a sad, sudden end in the MHSAA regional semifinals at Sault Ste. Marie Friday night.
2022 deer hunting season recap
It was a year of firsts in 2022, highlighted by the requirement that successful hunters report their deer harvest within 72 hours.
Starting March 1, residents will pay $13 for Recreation Passport
Next month, people will see a slight increase in the cost of a Recreation Passport, but at just over a dollar per month it is still the best recreation deal around.
There’s gold in ‘dem ‘dar hills!
Scouts from across the U.P. and as far south as Detroit gathered at Camp Hiawatha outside of Munising on January 28 to participate in Scouting’s 75th Anniversary of the Klondike.