Newberry’s new Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) customer service center will benefit not only the department, but the whole community—as a training and community area is part of the building’s plan.
On a lonely shore of Lake Superior, approximately 13.1 miles from Paradise, an old sentinel is getting a new lease on life thanks to a preservation group known as S.O.S. Vermilion.
Regardless of what happens in this week’s season finale, Engadine will be on the plus side of the win column following another dominant win last week.
An incredible season full of record-breaking runs culminated in an EUP Conference Championship for the Newberry Lady Indians on Monday.
Ruth Mary Foote June 22, 1925 – October 4, 2023 Ruth Mary Foote, a woman who devoted her life to the Lord, passed away on Wednesday, October 4th, 2023, in Petoskey, Michigan surrounded by friends...
The Michigan Arts and Culture Council in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts announced it would be generously awarding the Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum in Naubinway.
The Pickford Panthers (7- 0) take on the Newberry Indians in Friday night varsity football.
Over 50 friends, family members and members of the community gathered in the newly renamed Peter Rahilly Fire Station #1 in Newberry for its official dedication ceremony.
Nearly four full years. Almost 1,500 days. That’s how long it’s been since an Engadine Eagles football team enjoyed a winning record…until now.
Edward J. Swartz Jr. October 28, 1945 – October 4, 2023 Edward John Swartz Jr., 77, of McMillan, died Wednesday evening, October 4, 2023 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. Born October 28, 1945 in...
By Bill Cook The annual color change makes autumn the favorite season for many. While gorgeous, it’s part of a much longer physiological and ecological process of tree survival during a harsh...
The 15th Annual Dig Pink volleyball game between the Newberry Indians and the Engadine Eagles will take place on Tuesday, October 10.
Sammy Taylor has had everyone’s attention since she first stepped on a cross country course.
Ronald Jay Ware January 5, 1965 – September 25, 2023 Ronald Jay Ware, 58, of Newberry, died Monday afternoon September 25, 2023 at My Michigan Medical Center in Sault Ste. Marie. Born January 5,...
The Luce County Board of Commissioners, who oversees the airport, voted at their September 19 meeting to hire Pittman, who had been serving as the interim manager.
Looking for a new book to read, but don’t know where to start? The Tahquamenon Area Library staff has created rotating displays to make finding new reading material even easier.
It’s Homecoming for Newberry as the 5-0 St. Ignace Saints take on the 4-1 Newberry Indians in Friday night varsity football!
Ten years after he became Luce County Prosecuting Attorney, Josh Freed is moving on. Freed will soon work as a referee for the Luce County Friend of the Court, a position he’ll start in November.