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Motorized use an experiment for Heritage Trail

June 13, 2014 There will be some changes to the Iron Ore Heritage Trail this season, with westbound parts of the trail to differ from its traditional use. more »»

Dianda takes his experience to Lansing

June 12, 2014 On Tuesday, the State House of Representatives passed a measure we feel is sure to benefit small businesses here in the U.P. and statewide. The Bill, HB 4573, would change the way the Michigan Dep. more »»

An exciting chapter in DMG history starts now

June 11, 2014 Today we begin an exciting new chapter in the more than 150-year history of the Daily Mining Gazette. more »»

An exciting chapter in DMG history starts now

June 11, 2014 Today we begin an exciting new chapter in the more than 150-year history of the Daily Mining Gazette. more »»

It took many hands to make a new playground

June 10, 2014 British writer John Heywood is believed to have coined “Many hands make light work,” among his many epigrams back in 1546, but its worth was proved again this past Saturday in Hancock. more »»

Threat of carp needs to be taken very seriously

June 6, 2014 It seems that for years the threat of Asian Carp was taken lightly at best and taken as a joke at worst. more »»

Bergdahl swap latest example of broken promises

June 5, 2014 You might remember a few years back, shortly after taking office, President Obama, sent a memorandum to the heads of executive departments and agencies. more »»

A graduation 70 years in the making

June 4, 2014 Donald Dodge was supposed to graduate from Hancock Central High School with the class of 1944. Instead, he is a proud member of the class of 2014, perhaps the proudest. more »»

Copper Country schools do well in U.P. golf

June 2, 2014 If one were to pick a high school sport in which the schools in the Copper Country dominate the rest of the Upper Peninsula, hockey and girls basketball would probably make the list, while golf woul... more »»

City of Houghton residents have reason for concern

May 31, 2014 A couple of weeks ago odds are that most property owners in the city of Houghton were unaware of the International Property Maintenance Code. more »»

PCMI at Tech is the latest chapter in a long history

May 30, 2014 Congratulations are due to Michigan Technological University’s Peace Corps Masters International Program. more »»

Fund the Great Lakes Restoration Initiave

May 29, 2014 Last week we touted passage of the Water Resources Act and the more than half a billion dollars it provides for water programs including dredging efforts in Great Lakes harbors. more »»

Patience needed in construction zones

May 28, 2014 With Memorial Day behind us, we are, unofficially, in the Summer Tourism Season here in the Upper Peninsula. more »»

Congress gets its act together to pass a water bill

May 23, 2014 The U.S. House on Wednesday, followed by the Senate Thursday, passed the $12 billion Water Resources Reform and Development Act. more »»

There’s really no excuse if you don’t ‘click it’

May 21, 2014 There’s an old expression that if you play with fire, you’re going to get burned. This week in Michigan an equally true axiom could be “if you drive without a seat belt, it will cost you $65. more »»

Auto safety is a message worth repeating often

May 20, 2014 Just because a particular message has been repeated over and over throughout the years, doesn’t make the message any less pertinent then when if was first delivered. more »»

If wage hike is inevitable, we like this one

May 17, 2014 A bill to raise the minimum wage in Michigan, by nearly two dollars was approved by the State Senate this week and is now headed to the Hous. more »»

KBIC push forward is breath of fresh air

May 14, 2014 While we have expressed skepticism regarding many of the changes, especially in organization and personnel, the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community has undertaken since the last tribal election changed th... more »»

KBIC push forward is breath of fresh air

May 13, 2014 While we have expressed skepticism regarding many of the changes, especially in organization and personnel, the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community has undertaken since the last tribal election changed th... more »»

 
 
 

 

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