Just west of the Newberry Post Office, tucked inside what was once a grocery store, a building that at first seems vacant is actually teeming with second chances.
There’s a new employee at Pine Stump Drink Shack and Cookery. Their name is. . .well. . . they don’t actually have a name yet but I’ll get to that in a minute.
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Fifty minutes into the Tuesday, November 15 meeting of the Portage Township Board, Supervisor Don Reed announced he was done, and left the meeting.
In a disappointing turn of events, the Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS) Board of Education accepted the resignations of Brian and Sarah Sikkenga, upcoming 7-12 principal and kindergarten teacher, respectively.
Although some anticipated the board moving forward with the project at the November meeting, there was no board action taken. A number of comments, however, were heard from those in attendance.
What’s this red spot in my eye?
In May of 2017, I had the privilege to accompany my Korean War Veteran grandfather, Rolland Rieger, and 70 more veterans on Mission XII of the Upper Peninsula Honor Flight.
Michigan children’s hospitals and pediatric healthcare leaders are raising awareness about a pediatric hospital bed shortage and urging the public to help prevent respiratory illnesses.
Northern Wings owner and Luce County veteran David Goudreau is the recipient of the 2022 Luce County Veteran of the Year award.
Burton Gustafson, a Newberry High School (NHS) graduate, and a former member of the Green Bay Packers coaching staff, died on October 22, 2022 at the age of 96.
Add another accomplishment to the Hall of Fame career of Newberry Indians Coach Joe Austin.
Several Newberry athletes take the ice as part of the Manistique Emeralds High School Hockey co-op this season.
The 8 Man Division 1 Regional Championship game featured two longtime rivals fighting for a spot in the state semifinals, and became what may be remembered as the “Mud Bowl” in Munising.
The Newberry office of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has a few questions for local youth:
Growing up on the edge of the Pigeon River Country State Forest near Johannesburg in the northeast Lower Peninsula, I developed an early love for the forest
The campaign intends to demonstrate how 100% of a whitefish can be used for different purposes and beyond just food.