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Campaign devolves into ugly fight over treatment of women

October 13, 2016 LAS VEGAS — Already deeply divisive, America’s campaign for president is quickly devolving into an ugly fight over who has treated women worse: Donald Trump, whose White House bid is floundering, or... more »»

GOP’s residency attack provokes Dem countercharge

October 12, 2016 HOUGHTON — In September, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released a television campaign ad questioning the residency of Democratic congressional nominee Lon Johnson. more »»

3rd-party look at 1st District residency issue

October 12, 2016 HOUGHTON — While the primary residency attacks continue between 1st Congressional District candidates Lon Johnson of Kalkaska and Jack Bergman of Watersmeet, the Daily Mining Gazette has examined th... more »»

Elm River Township supervisor content to let people decide

October 12, 2016 TOIVOLA — After a year as supervisor of Elm River Township, John Reynolds hopes to continue his work. Reynolds joined the board as supervisor last August. more »»

CHS athletics program gets ‘exemplary’ tag

October 12, 2016 CALUMET — Earlier this year, Calumet High School received an athletic administration award from a state organization, and Tuesday the Public Schools of Calumet, Laurium & Keweenaw Board of Education... more »»

Grant provides college credit for vocational class

October 12, 2016 CALUMET — Many high schools around the country are putting an emphasis on trade programs, and Calumet High School is one of those schools. more »»

Who lives where? National party committees raise residency ruckus in congressional race for UP seat

October 11, 2016 HOUGHTON — As the 1st Congressional District race between candidates Democrat Lon Johnson and Republican Jack Bergman heads down the home stretch, so does the back-and-forth battle over places of... more »»

Student trip will feature US history in the making

October 11, 2016 HANCOCK — Some Hancock students will get a firsthand experience with American democracy when they visit Washington, D.C., in January for the presidential inauguration. more »»

Web publishing good for grad credit

October 11, 2016 LAKE LINDEN — Students at Lake Linden-Hubbell Public Schools can now use the web publishing class to meet the state’s Visual/Performing Arts credit graduation requirement. more »»

Emails show how Clinton statements clash

October 11, 2016 WASHINGTON — Behind closed doors, Hillary Clinton adopted a rather more accommodating tone with Wall Street than she has on the campaign trail. more »»

Campaigning Camper: Candidate rallies ’round UP in RV

October 10, 2016 HOUGHTON — Democrat Lon Johnson is touring the 1st Congressional District to campaign against Republican Jack Bergman in the U.S. representative race to be decided next month. more »»

Johnson's other issues and positions

October 10, 2016 Other issues and positions •Johnson has an “A” rating from the National Rifle Association and would not commit his support to gun-control reforms proposed by the Obama administration. more »»

Buzzer Beaters: Houghton wins Blizzard Bowl

October 10, 2016 HOUGHTON — Ten teams from seven high schools in the Upper Peninsula tested their knowledge base and buzzer skills Saturday at the Blizzard Bowl at Michigan Technological University. more »»

Digging in: Trump signaling aggressive close to campaign

October 10, 2016 WASHINGTON — His presidential campaign in peril, Donald Trump left no doubt he’ll spend the final weeks before the election dredging up decades-old sexual allegations against Hillary Clinton’s... more »»

Holiday dinner preparation

October 10, 2016 HANCOCK — Thanksgiving is a little more than a month away, and Christmas is a month after that, but the people at Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly are already getting organized for their annua... more »»

Home stretch: Quincy streetscaping set to begin next week

October 8, 2016 HANCOCK — With reconstruction work on the final two blocks of Quincy Street in Hancock coming to an end, the work on the streetscape can begin, hopefully next week, according to Al Anderson. more »»

Castro’s daughter: Disillusion followed revolution

October 8, 2016 HOUGHTON — As the daughter of Fidel Castro, Alina Fernandez got an up-close look at the aftereffects of the Cuban revolution, leading eventually to her disillusionment with it. more »»

Finlandia upgrading communication on campus, in community

October 8, 2016 HANCOCK — Finlandia University is taking steps to improve its communication efforts for faculty and staff as well as the community, and one of those efforts was outlined Wednesday. more »»



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