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Crude comments send Trump reeling

October 8, 2016 NEW YORK — Donald Trump reeled Friday under revelations of shockingly crude comments he made about women, dangerously undermining the Republican’s latest attempts to steady a presidential bid at ris... more »»

Ryan ‘sickened’ by Trump’s comments

October 8, 2016 Republicans swiftly condemned Donald Trump after the revelations of crude comments he made about women, captured in a 2005 tape and made public Friday. more »»

Hancock student named semifinalist

October 7, 2016 HANCOCK — Shannon Nulf has done well during her time at Hancock Central High School, and in part because of that success, she was recently named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. more »»

UP electric customers to pay for new plants

October 7, 2016 HOUGHTON — There may be a reason Upper Peninsula electric customers are seeing rates frequently increasing that they are not being told about. more »»

Cloverland Electric blames Mich. law for SSR payments

October 7, 2016 Sault Ste. Marie — When the Cloverland Electric Cooperative of Sault Ste. more »»

Baraga County Land Dedication on Tuesday

October 7, 2016 For the Gazette ARVON TOWNSHIP — The Keweenaw Land Trust (KLT), U.S. more »»

Fall Delay: Warm temps slow change of season

October 6, 2016 HOUGHTON — The leaves on trees are turning slower than usual, and the recent relatively warm temperatures have something to do with that, according to Tara Bal. more »»

Rates Remain: Utility gets break on SSR payment

October 6, 2016 HOUGHTON — On Sept. 8, the Daily Mining Gazette reported on an online group called “Fight UPPCO’s rate hikes.” At that time, the group claimed a membership of 909. As of Oct. more »»

Fraternity marches for mental health funding for veterans

October 6, 2016 HOUGHTON — The local members of Sigma Phi Epsilon will be shouldering extra loads Saturday in solidarity with the metaphorical load faced by one of their late brothers and other veterans. more »»

Finlandia president outlines school’s projects

October 6, 2016 HANCOCK — The faculty and staff are doing their best to move Finlandia University forward, according to Philip Johnson, and Wednesday he and other university representatives gathered to talk about... more »»

Body image advice amid campaign insults

October 6, 2016 WASHINGTON — Even if your daughters don’t pay much attention to politics, they’d be hard-pressed to have missed Donald Trump’s attack of a former Miss Universe’s weight or comments about a 400-pound... more »»

Ducking the Debate

October 5, 2016 ONTONAGON — Three of the four political candidates scheduled to debate in Ontonagon agreed more than they disagreed in a amicable debate centered on issues of local concern. State Rep. more »»

‘Time to come home’

October 5, 2016 ONTONAGON — Norman and Virginia Lindrus were married 61 years, but they knew each other much longer than that, according to daughter Michelle Libesch. more »»

Entangled 3rd body recovered

October 5, 2016 HOUGHTON — The Michigan Technological University vessel Agassiz assisted staff from Traverse City’s Great Lakes Water Studies Institute at Northwestern Michigan College on Tuesday to recover the bod... more »»

Retiring emergency chief introduces replacement

October 5, 2016 HOUGHTON — Houghton County’s emergency services coordinator introduced his replacement at Tuesday’s County Board meeting. more »»

VP debate fact checks: debt, immigration, taxes, Syria, emails

October 5, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Not all the claims in the vice presidential debate stand up to scrutin. more »»

Final task

October 4, 2016 HOUGHTON — Michigan State Police are trying to recover the body of 43-year-old Steven Chartre of Ishpeming today from Keweenaw Bay. Chartre and his 9-year-old son, Ethan, went fishing Sept. more »»

Roar of Awareness

October 4, 2016 HOUGHTON — The Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter had always observed Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October with a solemn ceremony of some kind. more »»

Last class for college award

October 4, 2016 HANCOCK — When Jenna Ollanketo attended Hancock Central High School, she was certain she would leave the area to go to college. “I was set on moving away,” she said. But that’s not what happened. more »»

Award made college affordable

October 4, 2016 HANCOCK — Having the Hancock Award available has been beneficial for Hancock Central High School students who could not otherwise afford a post-secondary education, said Karyn Ruohonen, Hancock... more »»



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