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September 10, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Brooke Trout at Two Area Lakes to be Boosted by Lake Reclamations

The Department of Natural Resources today announced plans to conduct lake reclamations in October to restore the trout fisheries of Bullhead and Dillingham lakes in Luce County, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  More...

St. Ignace to Host Mighty Mac Bridge Race

A new event will have people running to St. More...

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A fire of unknown origin completely totaled Connie’s Market in Helmer late on August 31. The call came into the Columbus Fire Department shortly before 11:00 p.m. More...

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Antlerless Deer Licenses Posted; Remaining Licenses to Go On Sale

The Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters to check their antlerless deer drawing results and availability of remaining licenses at michigan.gov/huntdrawings. More...

Farm Conservation Program Deadline Nears

Since the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) was launched five years ago, more than 60 million acres of farmland across the U.S. have been enrolled in the program through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).  More...

AARP Seeks Volunteer Tax Preparers Across Michigan

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, the nation’s largest free, volunteer run tax preparation and assistance service, is seeking volunteer tax-preparers in 36 counties across Michigan to help residents who are seeking assistance preparing and filing their More...

Obituaries

Robert K. Snyder

Robert K. Snyder, 85, a longtime resident of the Hiawatha Sportsman Club in Engadine, and formerly of Napoleon, OH, died at his home surrounded by his family and under the care of North Woods Home Health on September 1, 2014.  More...

Jacqueline Schaefer

Jacqueline L. Schaefer, 84, of Lakefield Township died Tuesday afternoon, September 2, 2014 at her residence under the care of her family and the assistance of North Woods Hospice  More...

Leroy Holbrook

Leroy Holbrook was born in Firebrick, Lewis County, KY on October 14, 1927 to the late Lonzy and Atha (Holcomb) Holbrook. More...

Features

TRIVIA

—A couple in Germany gave birth to a set of twins; one has light skin and blue eyes, the other has dark skin and brown eyes. The odds of two twins having different skin colors is one in a million. More...

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Brimley Bays Steal Home Opener from Engadine Eagles

For most area schools, Tuesday was the first day of school as well as the first night of the girls’ volleyball season. One of the most-watched games that night was between the Engadine Lady Eagles and the Lady Bays of Brimley.  More...

Personals

Personal

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Card of Thanks

To the friends and family of Steve Masich,  Thank you for all you have done for us during this difficult time. More...

Card of Thanks

A sincere thank you to the community for prayers and words of comfort, to those who brought homemade comfort meals to our home.  Special thanks to Rev. Father Frank Ricca for his spiritual guidance. More...

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The Newberry Correctional Facility’s Emergency Response Team, along with teams from the Kinross and Alger Facilities, assisted area law enforcement and volunteers in searching for an elderly wo More...

New Veterans’ Service Officer

After the recent resignation of Luce County veterans’ officer Rose Wilbur, the Luce County Board of Veterans’ Affairs has appointed Newberry resident Rick Minard into the open position. He officially took over on July 29.  More...

Erskine Named CO of the Year

Brad Erskine was selected as the 2014 Newberry Correctional Officer of the Year. He was recognized at a Department of Corrections awards banquet in Lansing on May 7, which was also attended by Warden Mitch Perry.  More...

Local News

LUCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S LOG

August 25 – September 7  August 25, Mental Health Transport, West Harrie Street, Newberry, transported to Marquette General Hospital.  August 26, Incorrigible Juvenile, East Ave B, Newberry, report taken.  More...

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Ray Mahaffy of Timber Charlie’s, left, has donated nearly $2,000 to the Newberry Athletic fund through the efforts of the Eagle radio’s Monday night Sports Round- up. More...

UPPCO Warns Customers of Phone Scammers

The Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO), which covers Blaney Park, Germfask, Seney and points west, is urging its customers to be aware of scammers who may call them posing as UPPCO representatives and threaten service disconnection unless financia More...

Columnists

TRAVELLING THROUGH TIME

From the Newberry News of September 7, 1889 More...

The Counseling Corner

Depression: A Serious Health Issue that Can’t Be Ignored   More...

Grandparents Teach, Too

Learning School Edu-Speak   At the beginning of the school year, parents and other caregivers receive information about rules, routines and special opportunities for students. Sometimes educators use language that is unfamiliar. More...

Sports

Last Motocross Race of Season Concludes In Newberry

This past weekend was the last of the year for motocross racing at the Tahquamenon Motorcycle Club’s track in Newberry. More...

Senior Athlete of the Week

The Newberry News Senior Athlete of the Week is Britini Symonds, the daughter of Loran and Chris Symonds. Britini is a runner on the Newberry Indians cross- country team for four years. More...

Photos

We inadvertently left the name of Jack Grossman out of the crosscountry team photo in last week’s issue.   More...