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May 16, 2018 RSS feed / News

Presbyterians Plan Free Community Meal

Thursday, May 17 the First Presbyterian Church of Newberry will host its next Free Community Fellowship Meal from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. More...

Piano Students Present Concert

Students of Shirley Williams will present a piano recital Sunday, May 20 at 2:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church at 116 East McMillan Avenue in Newberry.  More...

Seney National Wildlife Refuge Now Open

The Visitor Center, Marshland Wildlife Drive and Fishing Loop opened at Seney National Wildlife Refuge May 15.  The Visitor Center and Drive are open now to October 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., seven days a week, including holidays.  More...

Mackinac County Gets $1 Million+ in Road Funding

The Mackinac County Road Commission (MCRC) recently announced that the county will see a $1,010,000 investment in its roadways.  More...

Learn Ways to Give Back to Local Schools

Schools frequently serve as a home away from home for millions of students. More...

Engadine Spring Spectacular Returns This Saturday

This coming Saturday, May 19 the annual Spring Spectacular will be held in Engadine. This is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for both the Sports Boosters and Engadine Education Foundation. More...

Michigan’s Coastal Management Program Hits 40

A drop of water in the Great Lakes system passes an incredibly diverse coastline on its journey eastward to the Atlantic Ocean.  More...

MDNR Revitalizes Lake Sturgeon Populations

Lake sturgeon, evolutionary ancients that have lived in the Great Lakes almost forever, have something in common with Michigan’s salmon, which didn’t even live around here until a halfcentury ago.  Both types of fish spend most of th More...

Exercise Caution against Ticks, Lyme Disease

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is encouraging Michigan residents to protect themselves from ticks as the warm weather approaches. Tickborne diseases, particularly Lyme disease, are expanding across the state.  More...

Input Sought for Village Water Survey

Local resident Steve Stiffler has put together a village map showing current water quality status. More...

Rep. Cambensy Schedules Coffee Hour in Newberry

State Rep. Sara Cambensy (D-Marquette) invites residents to join her for her next coffee hours in Marquette Township and Newberry.  Newberry’s Coffee Hour will be held Monday, May 21 from 10:30 a.m. More...

Take Care to Share the Road with Farm Equipment

With a late start for farmers, planting season is just beginning in much of Michigan. That means tractors and other large farm equipment will be out on the road, both day and night. More...

Graymont Offers Further Details on Rexton Project

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How the Au Sable River Changed the World

With the opener of Michigan’s trout season right around the corner, anglers soon will be donning their waders and heading out to one of the thousands of cold, quality streams that make the state a nationally known trout-fishing destination.&nbs More...

Cancer from Obesity Makes Up 40 Percent of Cancers in U.S.

Overweight and obesity are associated with increased risk of 13 types of cancer. More...

ID Theft Tips Issued to Protect Public, Businesses

Wanda M. Stokes, director of the Talent Investment Agency (TIA), warns the public to remain vigilant about criminal identity theft related to unemployment benefits.  More...