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October 11, 2017 RSS feed / News

Hunting Access Program Offers Private Land for Hunting

Looking for a new place to hunt pheasants, deer, turkey or rabbits? More...

Luce DHHS Plans Documentary Screening

The Luce County Department of Health and Human Services will present “Paper Tigers,” a James Redford documentary, in the Tahquamenon Area Schools high school auditorium Wednesday, October 18. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. More...

LINK Plans Halloween Party

The LINK will host a free community Halloween party for all ages Friday, October 20 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. at its location across from Rahilly IGA.  All kids will get a goody bag when they leave. More...

Women’s Club Plans Next Meeting

The General Federated Women’s Club – Newberry will meet Tuesday, October 17 at Zellar’s Village Inn at 12:00 noon. New members are always welcome.   More...

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McMillan #400 Free and Accepted Masons had guests from St. Ignace during their regular meeting on October 4th. St. Ignace #369 is now in possession of the Large Traveling Gavel. Steven Dufresne WM, along with four brothers, came for it. More...

Hendricks Board Talks Caves, US-2 Speed Limit

The Hendricks Township board met September 27.  On the agenda that night was concern over the increased speed on U.S. 2.  In the end the board supported Mackinac County’s objection to the increase.  More...

Learning About Michigan’s Sensational Upland Habitats

Michigan is home to a wide variety of spectacular habitat types.  Among these, perhaps one of the most important categories is upland habitat, which offers countless recreation opportunities for the fall leaf peeper, mushroom hunter, birdwatcher More...

COLLEGE NEWS

Natalie Beaulieu, a 2016 Newberry High School graduate, has been running cross-country for Central Michigan University this year.  More...

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Tahqua Tots recently installed a free community libary box in the TAS playground. Instructions are located on the box. Patrons may take books to keep or return them once they’ve been read. More...

Support Cancer Patients by Giving Blood

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to support cancer patients and others.  Mary Alice Donofrio gave blood for the first time in memory of her mother, who received several blood t More...

Grants to Improve Health in U.P. Available

Nonprofit agencies throughout the Upper Peninsula are invited to apply for funding to begin new projects or expand existing projects that address critical healthcare problems in their community.  The funding is provided through the Blue Cross Bl More...

Hootenanny Returns to McMillan

Saturday, October 14 the monthly McMillan Hootenanny will return to Columbus Township Hall from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.  More...

Apps Sought for Environmental Education Grants

The Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition (UPEC) has announced its annual Environmental Education Grant program. Applications are due the first week of January each year. This round of applications is due Friday, January 5, 2018.  More...

Ribbon Cutting Opens Top of the Lake Scenic Byway

FridayOctober5acollection of State and local officials gathered at the Top of the Lake Snowmobile Museum in Naubinway for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the dedication of the Top of the Lake US-2 Scenic Byway.  More...

National Forest Improves Chippewa County Facilities

This past year Hiawatha National Forest investments benefited public recreation opportunities in Chippewa County. More...