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An owl that was shot and rehabbed two years ago, has found his way back in rehab at the Chocolay Raptor Center. [Read More]
This weekend people headed to Family Video in Marquette for more than just movies. Saturday was the store's Family Fun Day, raising money for Lymphoma... [Read More]
A fundraiser for a boy diagnosed with brain cancer was held Saturday at Wesley United Methodist Church. [Read More]
Authorities believed the woman's death was not due to natural causes. Back at the police station, the man confessed to the homicide. [Read More]
The St. Ignace City Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred in the city of Ignace Saturday morning. [Read More]
Two bear cubs and a sow are said to be making their way through the City of Ironwood. [Read More]
Mont Ripley ski hill held its 17th annual Slush Pit/Easter Egg Hunt March 25. [Read More]
Those who couldn't travel to Cincinnati for the NCAA regional semifinal hockey game between No. 19 Michigan Tech. and No. 1 Denver on March 25... [Read More]
He was found on the ground across from St. Peter Cathedral in Marquette Friday. [Read More]
North Central has won 83 straight games, which is currently the longest winning streak in the nation. [Read More]
Friday the international natural resources honor society, Xi Sigma Pi, held their annual symposium to promote the fields of forestry and natural resources on Michigan... [Read More]
Ore Dock Brewery holds 'Sing the Wild UP' songwriters competition. [Read More]
It's time for the traditional spring Round Dance being hosted at the Nah Tah Wahsh school in Hannahville. [Read More]
It's the first time in over three-and-a-half years Jason Sadowski is out of custody. [Read More]
The technology of kitchen equipment has changed dramatically through the years. At Hiawatha Chef Supply in Escanaba, one particular piece is changing the industry immensely. [Read More]
One local college is kick starting their first basketball program and gained another player today from Ishpeming High School. [Read More]
With the warmer weather on its way, the Teal Lake Meltdown will soon have its winner. [Read More]
"Computers are involved in nearly every aspect of economy, commerce, business, medicine, science," said Dr. Andy Poe, Professor of Math and Computer Science at NMU.... [Read More]
This new display features the history of local photography and features gear from John Hammer. [Read More]
The Stick it to Cancer tournament raised $3,500 for the Bell family and $3,000 for Cancer Care of Marquette County. [Read More]