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January 23, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

TAS Board Explores Renovation Strategies

The new Tahquamenon Area Schools Board of Education met Monday evening in the library. Stuart McTiver chaired the meeting in the absence of board president, Brian Rahilly. More...

Paradise Winter Carnival Returns This Weekend

The Paradise Winter Carnival will take place this Saturday, January 26. The celebration begins with a Pancake and Sausage Breakfast at 8: 00 a. m. More...

Special Sections

News

Financial Plans, Why You Need One Explained

A clear understanding of personal expenditures and savings rates is essential for securing a strong financial future. A financial plan can help everyone from the extraordinarily wealthy to those struggling to make ends meet.  More...

Certain Factors Can Affect Length of Engagement

Each year, millions of couples around the world tie the knot. More...

Be Prepared, Safe During Extreme Cold

With frigid temperatures upon us, the Michigan State Police (MSP) is encouraging residents and visitors to be extra cautious when going out in the extreme cold.  More...

Columnists

TRAVELLING THROUGH TIME

From the Newberry News  of January 26, 1894 Local and County News   More...

Just Bill

Cupcake War Requires Strategy

I cannot decide whether I would rather be a judge or contestant for the Cupcake Wars in Newberry next month. The Newberry Area Ministerial Association is raising funds to heat cold homes this winter. More...

The Counseling Corner

Do Your Kids Think Vaping Is Safe Alternative?

While we’re all aware that cigarette smoking is dangerous and unhealthy, it’s still a very serious and difficult addiction for many. More...

Features

Did You Know?

A first dance song at the wedding reception often sets the tone for the upcoming festivities and can exemplify just how newlyweds feel about each other.  Couples may agonize over which song to choose, but there are many different resources avail More...

TRIVIA

If you feel like someone is lying, even if you have no logical reason to think so, they probably are. It turns out your gut is much better at detecting lies than your brain. More...

TRIVIA

If you were born in Korea, you’d be a different age than you are now. Koreans use the east Asian age reckoning system: once a baby is born, they automatically turn one. More...

Multiple Snowmobile Accidents Result in Injuries, Fatalities

While many area businesses and outdoor enthusiasts celebrate the snow, this past weekend cast a pall over their wintertime fun. More...

Village Council Reviews Snowmobile Ordinance

There was a light crowd at the monthly meeting of the Newberry Village Council held Monday, January 21 at the village office. The board voted to pay the village bills totaling $58,461.95 and Water and Light bills totaling $198,263.26.  More...

One Vehicle Traffic Crash Claims Gulliver Man

On January 16 at approximately 5:30 p.m. Troopers from the Michigan State Police, Manistique Outpost, were dispatched to a single vehicle crash on Port Inland Road just south of US-2 in Doyle Township of Schoolcraft County.  More...

Local News

LUCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S LOG

January 14 - 20  January 14 — Personal Injury Accident -snowmobile, CR 415, McMillan Township. Investigated, report taken  January 14 — Assault and Battery, West Helen Street, Newberry. Investigated, report taken.  More...

Photo

Three TAS students, Jennifer Dzelak, Iris Wass and Nick Manty, received Division I ratings at the this past Saturday’s district Solo and Ensemble competition. More...

SERA Meetings Scheduled for February, April

The State Employees Retirement Association (Chapter 16) will hold member meetings Monday, February 4 and Monday, April 1 at 1:30 p.m. in the conference room of the state building in Escanaba. More...

Obituaries

John Richard Wood

John Richard Wood, age 71 of Manistique, MI, passed away at his home January 16, 2019 with his loving family by his side.  More...

Sports

Newberry in Top 10 at U.P. Wrestling Championships

MARQUETTE — Four Newberry wrestlers placed in their respective weight classes Saturday, helping the Indians reach the top 10 in the Upper Peninsula Championships at Marquette High School.  Freshman Travis O’Neil and junior Lance Bowl More...

Newberry Men Dropped by Cedarville

The action was fast and furious at the Cedarville gym last Thursday night, January 17, when the Newberry Indians took on the Cedarville Trojans.  Varsity  More...

Lady Indians Score Double Victory

The DeTour Raiders came to the J.L. More...