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July 16, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

The National Pastime in the Eastern Upper Peninsula

Part two of a three-part series More...

Special Sections

Opinion

TRAVELLING THROUGH TIME

From the Newberry News of July 13, 1889 More...

Community

First Presbyterian Church to Offer Free Cookout

Thursday, July 17 the First Presbyterian Church of Newberry will host its third free community fellowship meal from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 113 West John Street. More...

Enjoy Fish, Fun in St. Ignace this Weekend

Whitefish in the upper Great Lakes are starting to feel a little nervous. The St. More...

TRIVIA

—In the American Civil War, soldiers were required to have at least four opposing front teeth so they could open a gunpowder pouch. Some draftees had their front teeth removed to avoid service. More...

Naubineway / Engadine

Dinosaurs Return to Engadine Library

Paleo Joe will present “Fizz, Burp, Read: the Science of Dinosaurs” at the Engadine Library Wednesday, July 23 at 3:30 p.m. This is a free program open to the public. More...

School

COLLEGE NEWS

Earlier this year the Lukenda School of Business at Lake Superior State University inducted 26 students into the business honor society, Sigma Beta Delta, including John McLean of Newberry. More...

Obituaries

Ross O. Lamb

Ross O. Lamb, 87, of Curtis/ Germfask, died on Monday July 14, 2014 at Helen Newbery Joy Hospital in Newberry. According to his wishes, cremation has already occurred. More...

Marjorie H. Fuller

Lifelong Newberry resident Marjorie Helen Fuller, 94, died Saturday, January 25, 2014 at her residence with family members at her side. According to her wishes, cremation services have been accorded. More...

Matthew P. Chernick

Matthew P. Chernick, 78, of Curtis died Friday morning, June 20, 2014 at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital in Newberry. More...

Grey Dragons U. P. Ride Combats Domestic Violence

by Jim Dwyer More...

Tahquamenon Valley Cruisers Show Celebrates 21st Birthday

The 21st annual Mid-Summer Classic Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show returns to downtown Newberry this Saturday, July 19. Festivities kick off Friday night with the classic rides leaving the Knollwood Inn at 6:00 p.m. More...

News

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Last Monday's storm over the Dollarville Dam More...

LUCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S LOG

July 7 – 13 July 7—Natural Death, West Helen Street, Newberry. Report made. July 7—Lost Property, East McMillan Avenue, Newberry. Report taken. More...

Breastfeeding Moms Legally Protected

Being a new mother is no easy task, but those who are breastfeeding just got some help from the state in the form of a new law protecting their right to nurse a baby in public. More...

Curtis

Curtis Library Presents History of Mighty Mac

Kim Nowack, chief engineer of the Mackinac Bridge, will be at the Curtis Library Thursday, July 24 presenting “Mackinac Bridge – 57 and Fabulous!” This 2:00 p.m. presentation is free, and all ages are welcome. More...

Ewe-Per Fiber Fair in Curtis Links Old World with New

For many Americans, spinning wheels are pictures in children’s books—and not the most current ones. More...

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Curtis Girl Scouts from Troop 5147 has completed the requirements to earn a Community Service Badge over the past year. More...

Sports

HORSESHOES

Anyone growing up in Michigan has heard at some time, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute; it will change.” As the cool summer weather continues, it seems the statement can hold true from year to year as well. More...

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The Tahquamenon Falls Little League Boys Majors (ages 11- 12) participated in an All- Star game in Harbor Springs. More...

Three Lakes Goes Green at Golf Scramble

This past weekend the Three LakesAcademy Education Committee sponsored a golf outing at the Newberry Country Club. More...