A longstanding and family-operated Newberry business has switched hands following 84 years and three generations.
The village of Newberry will soon be represented by four council trustees and a council president following a move to eliminate two seats.
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The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and the Michigan Medicare and Medicaid Assistance Program are warning older adults in Michigan to protect themselves from scams and high-pressure sales tactics.
Three Lakes Academy is once again searching for a third grade teacher after the new hire that was expected to start in December changed his mind.
The U.P. Trading Company and Exclusive Moose of downtown Newberry is now under new ownership.
McMillan resident Jennifer Weller is in the midst of a major career change: The registered nurse and mother of three is launching a naturopathic practice.
John Cischke announced that he will officially retire as the Luce County Sheriff effective December 31 of this year.
Several scouts and families from the eastern UP helped with various projects including splitting wood for campfires, removing damaged trees, chipping branches, mulching areas to prepare them for tree planting, and lots of general cleaning.
One of the trucks, Tanker No. 2, was backed into a village light pole by a firefighter during the open house after the Independence Day parade. The accident resulted in damages estimated at $48, 563.20.
A familiar face in local law enforcement has accepted a new position for Luce County. Former county sheriff and commissioner Kevin Erickson will now serve as the new 911 Coordinator/Emergency Management director taking over the helm from Chris Peterson.
It’s a rematch that many saw coming: the Newberry Indians will face the Munising Mustangs in a quest for the regional championship.
After an incredible regular season that saw them go 8-1 overall, the Newberry Indians head to Rogers City for the opening round of the playoffs this Friday.
The battle for the Little Brown Jug takes place tonight in Newberry as Engadine and Newberry take to the field in Friday night football.
The annual Harvest Festival at Tahquamenon Falls State Park will take place this Saturday, September 24 at the Lower Falls from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
After decades of fish stocking decreases to balance the alewife and Chinook salmon populations, the DNR is seeing good indicators that a modest stocking increase may be warranted in Lake Michigan.
The Chippewa Luce Mackinac Conservation District is happy to welcome Jacob Hartman as their new...