Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Services | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
Veteran Houghton City Council member resigns

December 1, 2015 HOUGHTON — One of the Houghton City Council members has left after nearly a decade on the council. Gernot Joachim resigned from the council last week due to his new position at Thrivent Financia. more »»

‘Christmas in Calumet’ offers classic holiday feeling

December 1, 2015 CALUMET — Christmas in Calumet has been a tradition for years with the purpose of getting people who might not often get to the village to see what’s available, according to Leah Polzien. more »»

Tech analysis backs dust charge

December 1, 2015 L’ANSE — A Michigan Technological University snow sample analysis has added credence to complaints that the L’Anse-Warden power plant is responsible for dust that has occasionally coated neighborhoo... more »»

Events to celebrate Finnish independence

December 1, 2015 HANCOCK — Continuing a tradition that has been observed since the Republic of Finland’s establishment in 1917, Finlandia University will once again celebrate Finnish independence. more »»

App challenge open until Jan. 15

December 1, 2015 WASHINGTON? — The Congressional App Challenge has kicked off, and is seeking to encourage northern Michigan students to get creative. According to a release from Rep. more »»

Human remains found in Alger County identified

December 1, 2015 Officials at the Michigan State Police post in Negaunee Township have identified human remains found by hunters late last month in Alger County. more »»

Difficult deer season closes

December 1, 2015 ESCANABA — In the Upper Peninsula, the 2014 firearm deer hunting season was notorious for its small deer harvest. more »»

More funding ahead for jail mental health projects

December 1, 2015 LANSING — Health and law enforcement professionals are increasingly recognizing the importance of innovative mental health jail diversion programs, working to implement them in their own counties... more »»

Hall disaster: Museum seeks grant for exhibit

November 30, 2015 CALUMET — Although the 1913 Italian Hall disaster is well known in the Copper Country, there is no permanent exhibit commemorating the event. That could change this summer. more »»

Show pulls in shoppers

November 30, 2015 HOUGHTON — Visiting from Houston, Irene Kaye wasn’t in the market for especially large gifts. But she was impressed with the quality of work at the Home for the Holidays event anywa. more »»

From generation to generation: the changing traditions of the Hancock Christmas Walk

November 30, 2015 HANCOCK — The annual City of Hancock Christmas Walk took place from 6 to 8 p.m. last Friday and Carol Freeman, co-owner of Northwoods Sporting Goods, said it was the 35th year for the event. more »»

Dittman education grant applications due Dec. 30

November 30, 2015 The Margaret Dittman Memorial Education Grant was established by her husband, M. more »»

Christmas is coming: Hancock kicks off holiday season with walk

November 28, 2015 HANCOCK — The City of Hancock’s annual Christmas Walk enjoyed a healthy turnout Friday, ushering in the start of the holiday season. more »»

Schools, county win 2 percent sweepstakes

November 28, 2015 BARAGA — The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community gave a financial shot in the arm to several Baraga County governments and schools last week, handing out nearly $140,000 in biannual 2 percent Ojibwa Casin... more »»

Numbers behind the casino push

November 28, 2015 BARAGA — For the year, the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community handed out about $599,000 in 2 percent funds. more »»

Seasonal Affective Disorder more than winter blues

November 28, 2015 HANCOCK — About this time of year, many people get the “blues” for one reason or another, but Seasonal Affective Disorder is a much more serious affliction, according to Debbie Loren. more »»

The gift of storytime: YAC collecting books, pajamas for children

November 28, 2015 HANCOCK — The right book can stick with a child for the rest of their life. more »»

OCAP assists Detroit rescue

November 28, 2015 ONTONAGON — At a recent meeting, members of Ontonagon County Animal Protection discussed a recent assistance the shelter gave to Detroit Pit Crew. more »»

Looking back, looking forward

November 27, 2015 CALUMET TOWNSHIP — The National Park Service turns 100 years old in 2016, and celebrations will take place all over the country, including at the Keweenaw National Historical Park. more »»

Residents talk historic site protections for cemetery

November 27, 2015 HANCOCK — A cemetery established by the Quincy Mining Company in the mid-19th century has enough historic value to be designated for historic protections, city residents suggested to the City Counci... more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web

Latest Video


The Red Line Online

Stretch Drive Math

February 17, 2009 It’s hard to believe that the stretch drive of the winter sports regular season is upon us. more »

Latest Blogs