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August 27, 2014 RSS feed / Local News

LUCE COUNTY

SHERIFF’S LOG

August 18 – August 24  August 18, Guardian of Incapacitated Individual, West Harrie Street, Newberry, Hearing .  August 18, Mental Health Transport, West Harrie Street, Subject transported to War Memorial Hospital in Soo.  More...

New Teachers Join Three Lakes Staff

At the August Three Lakes Academy board meeting, school administrator Sue Pann commended the board and staff on the recent gain in the school’s ranking from the very bottom to the top 27 percent. More...

McMillan Rocks with Traditional Music

At 6:30 p.m. More...

Sawaski Captures Fifth U.P. Chess Championship Title

On the campus of Northern Michigan University, the Lake Superior Chess Association and Northern Michigan Bank held the 2014 Upper Peninsula Open Chess Championship. The tournament drew 23 players, 13 of which were from the U.P. More...

U.P. Recycling Coalition Seeks Nominations for Recycler of the Year

TheUpper PeninsulaRecycling Coalition is looking for nominations for the U.P. Recycler of the Year award in the following categories: individual, educational and organization. More...

Read All About It

News from the Tahquamenon Area Library

For the last couple of years, the Tahquamenon Area Library has been stocking the latest fiction and non-fiction titles from the New York Times Best Seller lists. More...

CURTIS WEEK AT A GLANCE

Wednesday, August 27   —The Curtis Ladies Quilt Club will meet from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Curtis Public Library. New quilters are always welcome. Bring a dish to pass and join them for lunch.  More...

Luce-Mackinac County Fair

The Luce- West Mackinac County Fair was not very well attended this year. More...

Erickson Center for the Arts Offers New Fall Classes

The Erickson Center for the Arts (ECA) has recently added more classes open to the public to its fall schedule.  Starting the month of September, ECA guests can participate in classes such as yoga and a watercolor workshop. More...

Eagles Club Plans Children’s Day

The John T. Bouchard #3701 Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie/Auxiliary has designated Saturday, September 13 as Children’s Day (formally known as Child Advocacy Day).  More...

Photo

Bill Henry, C. C. S. S. Coodinator, accepts a $1,500 check from Tahquamenon Area Senior Citizens Center for the Swim Bus Program. Pictured left to right are A. Caswell, S. Taylor, L. Pekkanen, C. More...

Health Alliance Promotes Biking in Newberry

Newberry residents and visitors now have a safe place to park their bikes as they visit downtown Newberry. More...

Michigan State Extension

Moving Day

Although it may just seem like a typical Wednesday, for the staff of the MSU Extension it’s anything but as today is Moving Day! Countless years of files, supplies and memories were packed up for the inevitable move to our new location. More...

Community

Courtesy of the Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce

Wednesday, August 27 • Curtis Farmer’s Market, 2-5pm, Across from Erickson Center Park,  Curtis • Tahquamenon Area School Open House. 5:30-8pm. • GriefShare Support Group meeting from 7-9pm at the Huron Conference Rm, HNJH. More...

Cub Scouts Return to Newberry

After an absence of a few years, the Cub Scouts have started up again in Newberry. Karl Palmer, cubmaster of the newly formed Pack 130, received the official registration on June 30. More...

Erickson Center Hosts Irish Singers Miller, Gosa

At 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 13, Brian Miller and Randy Gosa will showcase their traditional talents at the Erickson Center for the Arts (ECA). The duo will perform Irish-influenced music of men who roamed the great lakes region in the 1800s. More...