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HEET powers Copper Country’s energy economy

September 5, 2015 With energy policy issues like net metering and local power generation, the people of the Copper Country have an advocate in the Houghton Energy Efficiency Team (HEET) representing Michigan Tech in ... more »»

Child advocacy program addresses a community need

September 4, 2015 A program currently in the developmental stages that’s starting to get positive local notice is called the Superior Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Closings show why you should shop locally

September 3, 2015 What makes a downtown unique? Is it the well-manicured flower boxes and streetscape? The smell of food cooking at local eateries? Is it the friendly people walking the sidewalks? One thing that... more »»

Get healthy start to school year

September 2, 2015 For a child, going back to school is often a mix of emotions. more »»

School taxpayers are ‘fighting’ the wrong battle

September 1, 2015 Several times in the last year alone, the News-Review’s editorial board has reminded, urged and pleaded — shoot, we’ve practically begged — area residents to get engaged in their local units of... more »»

Marquette gas price spike was step ahead of UP

August 31, 2015 Our area just went through quite a roller coaster ride related to gas prices. more »»

Kayla Mueller gave her life to save others

August 29, 2015 American Kayla Mueller went to the Middle East because she wanted to help people. As a result, she was captured by Islamic State terrorists. more »»

Let local schools decide when to start

August 28, 2015 It seems every year around this time debate over the start of school in Michigan occurs. However, with this year’s Labor Day coming Sept. more »»

Shop local for back-to-school spending

August 27, 2015 Whether it’s leggings, jeans, T-shirts or hoodies, clothing is flying off the racks here and elsewhere as parents prepare their student-children for the new school year. more »»

WW I memorial is long overdue

August 27, 2015 Frank Buckles is smiling. more »»

What, when to recover costs for emergency calls?

August 26, 2015 A factory’s fire alarm sounds at the dispatch center and fire trucks roll, only to find it is yet another false alarm. There’s no smoke, let alone fire. more »»

Legislature fails, again—must try again—on roads

August 25, 2015 There is plenty of blame to go around in the latest collapse of negotiations in Lansing on a road funding deal, but a large piece of it falls on an unexpected party: Gov. Rick Snyder. more »»

Second look at fireworks law suggests repeal

August 24, 2015 The Fourth of July passed more than a month ago, but in many Northern Michigan neighborhoods the skies still light up with fireworks into the overnight hours on some days. more »»

Heroes in training at Camp 911

August 22, 2015 Emergency preparedness is literally a matter of life and death. Nobody knows when or if they’ll be called upon to perform in an emergency, perhaps one in which someone’s life is thrust in their hands. more »»

UP State Fair celebrates area’s heritage

August 21, 2015 It’s that time of year again. Summer is starting to wind down, but not before the U.P. State Fair takes center stage. Like other years, the 2015 U.P. more »»

Social Security needs permanent reform to continue

August 21, 2015 For 80 years now, Americans rely on the Social Security program or will once they reach the age at which they need income to replace paychecks they no longer receive. more »»

Cool jobs await young workers in auto industry

August 20, 2015 The auto industry is having a very profitable year, which is good news following its tumultuous past decad. more »»

Ideology threatens Keweenaw National Historical Park

August 19, 2015 It seems everything in Washington, D.C., can generate controversy these days — even the Land and Water Conservation Fund. more »»

Make good on tuition promise to Indians

August 18, 2015 Of the many ways American Indians have been mistreated since Europeans invaded, it’s hard to imagine anything more cynical in recent decades than what Lansing lawmakers have done. more »»

Santa Claus might bring $2 gas prices

August 17, 2015 Here’s news we want to believe, but are hesitant to fully embrace just yet. According to fuel experts, the price of gas at the end of this year could hover around the $2 a gallon mark. more »»

E pluribus unum: Diversity makes beautiful music

August 15, 2015 At first impression, the image of a professor from an American technological university conducting an orchestra in China, as reported in the August 8 edition of the Daily Mining Gazette, seems... more »»



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