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Sandra L. Petersen - Mining Journal
ISHPEMING, MI. - Sandra L. (Lafreniere) Petersen, age 72, lifelong Ishpeming resident, passed away Friday, March 27, 2015 at Mather Nursing Home where she was a patient since March 16. She was under the care of the UP Home Health and Hospice.
Police Log - Mining Journal
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following information is collected from Marquette City Police Department dispatch log books. The incidents reported may have proven to be unfounded once police investigated. Some log entries may be edited or omitted due to space constraints.
NMU golfers 8th in Indiana - Mining Journal
COLUMBUS, Indiana - The Northern Michigan University golf team finished in eighth place out of 15 teams at the two-day AMFAM Spring Invitational meet that wrapped up Monday at the Otter Creek Golf Club in Indiana.
Still time to sign up for health insurance - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - People without health insurance who missed the Feb. 15 deadline to sign up for Affordable Care Act coverage through the federal marketplace exchange may still be eligible to do so through the end of April.
The calendar - Mining Journal
EDITOR'S NOTE: Information for the Community Calendar should be submitted in writing, including the phone number of a contact person, no later than one week before the event. Mail to The Mining Journal, Attention: Newsroom/Community Calendar, Box 430 ...
Apple a day may not work - Mining Journal
CHICAGO (AP) - An apple a day doesn't necessarily keep the doctor away. That's according to new research that found daily apple eaters had just as many doctor visits as those who ate fewer or no apples.
Minnesota turkey farm hit by bird flu outbreak - Mining Journal
MINNEAPOLIS - An outbreak of a bird flu strain that's deadly to poultry deepened Saturday when state and federal officials confirmed a third Minnesota turkey farm has been infected, this time in one of the state's top poultry producing counties.
Maintenance of health a new frontier - Mining Journal
Have you seen the headlines? Alien invaders are lying in wait, looking for their chance, the slightest opportunity to take over. But this isn't a review of the latest sci-fi film; this is the real world we're talking about.
Snyder orders flags lowered for 3 Marines killed in crash - Mining Journal
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered that flags be lowered to honor three Michigan Marines who were killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash off the coast of Florida during a training mission.
Evelyn Dorothy McKindles - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE, MI. - Evelyn Dorothy McKindles, age 92, of Marquette, entered eternal life on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at her home in the loving care of her family and caregivers of Lake Superior Hospice. Arrangements will be announced by the Fassbender Funeral ...
John Evald Carlson - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE, MI. - John Evald Carlson, 78, of Marquette, died Monday evening, March 2, 2015 at Cypress Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center in Hancock after a 2 year struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
Project trims trees, helps restore grounds at Michigan Capitol - Mining Journal
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A $32,000 project is taking place to trim trees and help restore the Michigan Capitol grounds. The Lansing State Journal reports Smith Tree & Landscape Service Inc. of Lansing is trimming dozens of trees on the east grounds of the ...
Park dam removal funded - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - A dam removal project at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park was among four projects totaling $350,000 funded statewide through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources' Dam Management Program.
City brownfields moving forward - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - The Marquette Brownfield Redevelopment Authority was established in 1997 to encourage the redevelopment of environmentally distressed areas. Since then, several projects have been set into motion.
Michigan Legislature revisits major bills from last session - Mining Journal
LANSING - What's old is new again with the Michigan Legislature as the Republican majorities in the House and Senate reintroduced many bills that died last session or were vetoed by Gov. Rick Snyder for various reasons.