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November 26, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

DNR Monitoring U.P. Snow Depths, and the Impact on the Deer Herd

After receiving heavy snowfall across much of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula this week, the Department of Natural Resources is monitoring snow depths and assessing potential impacts on wildlife, particularly the deer herd, which is still recovering More...

Holiday Schedule

The Newberry News will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and will be open a halfday on Black Friday.  Therefore all display advertisements must be in our office by noon on Friday, November 28.   More...

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News

Support, Resources Offered to Care for Caregivers

They are unsung heroes: millions of Michiganders who do “double duty” caring for aging parents, spouses or loved ones.  But there are financial and emotional pricetags to family caregivers, which is why caregivers need to be connecte More...

More Michiganders Dealing with Diabetes

When it comes to battling diabetes, Michigan has a tough road ahead, as the prevalence of the disease continues to rise across the state and nation.  More...

SOS Offices to Close for Thanksgiving

All Secretary of State offices will be closed Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.  More...

Columnists

Don’t Get Me Wrong!

We lovers of winter have our limits, and those limits are being sorely tested.  Polar vortexes, vortices actually, have become an annual phenomenon, and unlike hurricanes and blizzards, you can’t just cancel your appointments and wait them More...

TRAVELLING THROUGH TIME

From the Newberry News of November 23, 1889 More...

The Counseling Corner

The Evening News and Your Waistline   More...

Features

Ten Cyber Monday Tips for Staying Safe

Cyber Monday—the Monday afterThanksgiving—has officially replaced Black Friday—the day after Thanksgiving—as the most popular day to shop for the holidays. More...

Gobble up this Turkey Trivia

Roughly 45 million turkeys are sold and cooked for Thanksgiving meals every year in the United States. As families dig into that delicious meal, some may wonder more about the delicious bird before them. More...

TRIVIA

If the average man never trimmed his beard, it would grow to nearly 30 feet long in his lifetime .________  It takes a lobster approximately seven years to grow to be one pound. More...

TAS: Renovate or Rebuild?

Hundreds were invited but only a handful showed up at the first meeting of the Tahquamenon Area Schools Community Facility Committee. Dr. More...

Commissioners Attend Fiscal Issues

A public hearing was held regarding the Fiscal 2015 budget for Luce County before the regularly scheduled Luce County board of commissioners meeting November 18.  More...

Snowmobile Use Permissible, But State Trails on Private Property Remain Closed

Wi th he avy snow on the ground in the Upper Peninsula and parts of the northern lower peninsula, the Department of Natural Resources reminds snowmobilers that while state trails on private property remain closed to riding until Monday, December 1, o More...

Local News

LUCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S LOG

November 17 – 23  November 17—One-Car Property DamageAccident, CR 402, Pentland Township. Report taken.  More...

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News from the Tahquamenon Area Library

Over the last month filming has wrapped up on the latest episode in the “Star Wars” saga and its name has been released. “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” will not be released until late 2015, but fans are already excited. More...

CRIBBAGE LEAGUE

November 24, 2014   Snowbirds +1770 Eagles + 348 Robins -1116 Canaries -0117 Hawks -0270 Spruce Hens -1615   More...

Sports

All Conference, All UP Honored at TAS Board Meeting

At the November 17 Tahquamenon Area Schools board meeting, the All-Conference andAll-U.P. fall athletes in volleyball, cross-country and football were recognized. More...

It’s Been a Long Time Coming…

The girls’ basketball season is just around the corner, with their first game a home affair against Brimley next Tuesday, December 2. Six out of the Indians’ first seven games are at home. The lone exception is a contest at Pickford December 10 . More...

EHS Girls Looking Good this Season

Next week marks the start of girls’ basketball. The Engadine Eagles are optimistic this season with a well-rounded team. Coming off a district championship last season, Eagle coach Roger French has high hopes.  More...

Personals

Card of Thanks

Now that the matriarch of our family has passed away at age 99, we, her loved ones, are so thankful to everyone who made her time with us more comfortable, going above and beyond their basic responsibilities as caregivers.  More...

In Memoriam

Mom and Dad  Sadly missed along life’s way,  Lovingly remembered every day.  No longer in my life to share,  But in my heart you’re ALWAYS there.  Ranae   More...

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