Contractors used a helicopter today to lift the four sections of a new 142-foot-long pedestrian bridge into place at the Lower Tahquamenon Falls.
Walk along Lake Superior on any half-decent evening and you will see the effect Erik Rintamaki has had on its shores.
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The infrastructure committee met and reviewed the information, and suggested that the village not participate in the EUPCC.
What are some long-term heartburn remedies? What can I do for this problem that doesn’t carry such risks?
The ever-popular Bump-n-Run is back at the Luce County Fairgrounds this weekend with an event that starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
The Delta variant of COVID-19 is twice as transmissible as the COVID we were dealing with one year ago.
The upshot is that trees are good, forests are good, and even if we love 2x4s and working at LP, we can also love the trees.
The Newberry Indians continue a dominant start to their football season with a 49-14 win in Bessemer on Friday, September 3.
The Engadine Eagles opened up the 2021 season at home against the Ironwood Red Devils on Friday night, and came close to ending their winless drought.
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.
Sterling Heights native Landen Curtis, 14, caught this 42-inch, 15-pound northern pike in Big Manistique Lake on August 3. After weighing and measuring the massive fish, he released it back into the lake. “I asked him...
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.