Madison Yale is a very happy girl. When she went missing for 26 hours last week, it upset the entire world around her, but not necessarily Madison.
Where did you live on April 1, 2020? The U.S. Census Bureau asked that question last year, for its most recent census survey, and the results for Luce County indicate a massive loss in population.
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Inside 226 Newberry Avenue, there’s new life stirring. The historic building had been vacant for years. then creative magic happened inside.
We want you to understand the current situation in our region, and are asking you to consider protecting yourself, your family, and your community by doing these small things:
In France, towns often have a day when everyone is invited to empty their attic and sell the stuff.
“I hear 15 times a week, ‘Dude, it’s so nice that everything has changed,’” he said. “I’m proof that you can move back to the town where you did all your trouble, and created all your problems, and you can earn your way back.”
The Curtis Public Library is celebrating its 50th anniversary during the week of August 30-September 3, with special events and guests planned all week. The library established public access computers in 1995, and progressed from frame-relay Internet connection to...
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The Newberry Indians varsity football team is off to a perfect start to the 2021 season after crushing the Brimley Bays on Friday, August 27.
The 2021 high school football season officially starts Friday night and both the Newberry Indians and Engadine Eagles have home games.
After a year away due to the ongoing pandemic, the Eastern Upper Peninsula Football League has announced it will return for the 2021 season.
This week, we catch up with Newberry track and cross country star Natalie Beaulieu, who graduated from Newberry High School in 2016 and took her talents to Central Michigan University.
Collecting a bushel of pine cones next month will net you $75 and help the Michigan Department of Natural Resources plant trees in state forests.
Fall migration is truly a magical time, as waterfowl, waterbirds, shorebirds, songbirds and raptors pass through Michigan on their trips south to their wintering grounds.
Four men, some wearing baseball caps, pose with a new state-record Chinook salmon on a scale.