Concerns, pleas for help at TAS meeting
Concerns regarding a negative culture at Tahquamenon Area Schools took up a majority of public comment and became the focus of the most recent Tahquamenon Area Schools Board of Education meeting.
Senator McBroom visits Newberry
In an effort to get acclimated with Luce County and meet new acquaintances and contacts, 38th District Senator Ed McBroom paid Newberry a visit on Friday, April 7.
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Engadine drops music director
The Engadine Consolidated Board of Education voted last Wednesday night not to renew the contract of their relatively new music director, Nicole Gustafson.
Village to hire working DPW superintendent, approves sidewalk cafe ordinance
The Village of Newberry will soon be advertising to hire a full-time working DPW (Department of Public Works) superintendent and has adopted an ordinance allowing downtown restaurants to operate sidewalk cafes.
Don Curley named warden of Newberry Correctional Facility
After a brief search for a new warden at Newberry Correctional Facility, Acting Warden Don Curley was officially named warden of the facility.
What makes Newberry great: Lacy and Marvin do
Lacy and Marvin have embraced Newberry and the opportunities that exist for them, and the town has embraced them back.
Data mining company purchases space in Newberry industrial park
Newberry’s industrial park will soon be home to servers designed for datamining.
Downstate family rescued in northern Luce County
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers were called to assist in a search late Saturday night for a Livonia woman, four children and a family dog.
Cub Scout’s Pinewood Derby
Cub scouts complete some rank requirements as they learn about design and the proper use of woodworking tools to build their car.
Local student named essay contest winner
Three eighth grade students from Engadine Consolidated Schools have been named local winners in the 54th annual America & Me Essay contest.
Lady Indians Softball to launch season against Mackinaw City
With Spring finally in the air, the Newberry Lady Indians Softball team will start its 2023 season when they take on Mackinaw City this coming Friday.
French named UP Player of the Year
At one point this season, Engadine Lady Eagles Head Coach Roger French described his daughter and star senior Leah’s desire to succeed as “almost scary at times”.
Softball swings into action
The Newberry Lady Indians got an early start on their 2023 Softball season, traveling to Marquette for the annual Spring Swing invitational at the Superior Dome last weekend
The future of Michigan’s beech trees
The American beech has fallen on tough times. Twenty years ago, if you were to walk in the woods, you would likely be impressed by the smooth bark and the enormous size of a mature beech.
CLMCD awards 2023 conservation grants
The Chippewa Luce Mackinac Conservation District (CLMCD) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Conservation Grants Program.
Winter pruning tips: Snip or saw your way to healthier trees
Pruning is more than just giving your trees and shrubs a trim.