Gravelle sets goals for term as sheriff
Former undersheriff Eric Gravelle is now officially at the helm of the Luce County Sheriff’s Department in his new role as Sheriff.
TAS buys four new buses
The Tahquamenon Area Schools (TAS) district has just added four brand-new school buses to their fleet. Two of the new buses are general education style, and the others will be used for the EUP Intermediate School District for special education transportation.
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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.
Crochet your way out of the winter doldrums
The Tahquamenon Area Library is hosting a Youth Crochet Club starting this month. Meet up with other young people to learn a skill that can be used for years to come
Former teacher publishes kids’ book
Newberry resident and retired teacher Christine Pleiman has just written a new book geared towards children.
Luce Moose Mercantile opened Monday
The Luce Moose Mercantile opened its doors to customers on Monday, February 6 in a building located at 1004 Newberry Avenue.
Columbus TWP holds budget workshop
Members of the Columbus Township Board met on Monday, February 6 for the purpose of holding a workshop to discuss the 2023/2024 budget proposal.
Ronnie Rall: A legend and a legacy
Above and below the Bridge, everyone knows that the U.P. is a special place with very special people. And every once in a while, we learn of unexpected legends that walk among us here in the far north.
Logging Museum to place new siding on historic McGruer House
The historic John McGruer home, which houses a gift shop and exhibit building of the Tahquamenon Logging Museum, will be getting a facelift with new cedar siding to help preserve the structure.
McMillan Township to fund lobbyist for 410, 407 road project
In the ongoing effort to improve and pave Luce County Roads 410 and 407, the McMillan Township Board voted to fund a lobbyist to secure a budget line-item funding appropriation from the legislative and executive branches for the anticipated road improvements
Zdebski sinks Brimley on last-second shot
It was Bryce Zdebski’s big moment, as she sank the first of two free throws with 2.2 seconds left to put the Lady Eagles ahead.
Wrestling reaches district final
The Newberry varsity wrestling team hit the postseason last week, hosting the MHSAA Team Districts at the J.L. DeCook Gymnasium.
Lady Eagles slay the St. Ignace beast
Mark the date down on your calendar: Monday, February 6, 2023. The night the Engadine Lady Eagles defeated the mighty giant that is St. Ignace girls’ basketball.
DNR clears the way for U.P. winter fishing access
The 25 locations – situated across nine of the U.P.’s 15 counties – are DNR boating access sites managed for recreational boating.
Free snowmobile weekend Feb. 11-12
Next month, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources will debut its free snowmobiling weekend.
Fish stocking season creates more angling opportunities
Anglers will soon benefit from the 624,205 fish, which collectively weighed 7.8 tons, that were stocked by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources at 85 locations across the state.