Discipline questioned at TAS

Discipline questioned at TAS

By Sterling McGinn School was dismissed just a few hours after it began on Thursday, December 14, after one or more students destroyed a pipe in the...

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Six lessons from the movies

Six lessons from the movies

Movies inspire me, challenge my assumptions, change my views, break my heart, lift my soul, and, yes, even teach me life lessons. I will share several lessons with you, for better or worse.

Lady Indians roll in season opener

Lady Indians roll in season opener

It was a nearly perfect performance on night one of a new season for the Newberry Lady Indians Varsity Basketball team, as they took down EUP Conference opponent Pickford 46-29 last Friday.

Newberry’s Joe Austin retires

Newberry’s Joe Austin retires

Austin, a 2010 Hall of Fame inductee, the architect and then savior of high school football programs around the state, including Engadine in the Eastern UP, and most recently the man behind Newberry’s resurgence, is officially retiring.

Can you identify that leafless tree?

Can you identify that leafless tree?

Bewilderment often greets the dormant season forest visitor in terms of tree identification. However, that’s because most of us have been trained to look at only the leaves and are left unfamiliar with the many other signs.

‘People who Care’ meet with TAS

‘People who Care’ meet with TAS

Five members of the community and five staff members of Tahquamenon Area Schools met to discuss ideas for a potential program to allow members of the community to monitor the halls of the high school.

Getting a good sniff of winter

Getting a good sniff of winter

In the event of a closure, our Hoopla and Overdrive collections are still available 24/7. With these services you have access to over 700,000 items.

Village wraps up sewer line project

Village wraps up sewer line project

The Village of Newberry has finished its 2023 Clean Water State Revolving Fund project of improving the sanitary sewer lines on certain streets in town.

Curtis 4-H Civic Club use hands for larger service

Curtis 4-H Civic Club use hands for larger service

Plans for the spring and summer will be to finish the painting the bleachers at the ball field, forage for edible wild plants, plant and maintain the 4-H garden and participate in and help other civic and community projects and programs.

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