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Sara E. Mulder - Mining Journal
LITTLE LAKE, MI. - Sara Elizabeth (Pruitt) Mulder passed away on Sunday, March 1st at the Upper Peninsula Health System of Marquette. She fought a long and brave battle against cancer for almost 7 years.
Terri Lynn (Fedoruk) Tyner - Mining Journal
WETMORE, MI. - Terri Lynn (Fedoruk) Tyner, age 51, of Wetmore, died on Wednesday morning, March 4, 2015, at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America Midwest Regional Medical Center in Zion, Illinois.
Norbert ‘Tiny’ W. Cochart - Mining Journal
ISHPEMING, MI. - Norbert "Tiny" William Cochart, 82, of Marquette, died peacefully Tuesday evening, March 2, 2015, at the Marquette County Medical Care Facility in Ishpeming and was also under the care of Lake Superior Hospice.
Area social worker to lead national webinar on trauma, schizophrenia - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - Traci Baxendale Ball, a licensed master social worker and addiction counselor in Marquette, wants to teach the medical community just how devastating and far-reaching the consequences of early trauma can be on people's lives, and impart to them ...
Sawyer traffic falls - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - While ridership at Michigan airports increased in 2014 by more than a quarter million passengers, overall ridership declined slightly for the Upper Peninsula and at Sawyer International Airport.
Winter Games offer fun, community to local boys - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - From sled bowling and frozen turkey bowling to the big ski race and giant sling shot challenge, Cub Scouts from across Marquette and Alger counties will gather Saturday for a day of winter activities that emphasize teamwork and sportsmanship.
Hampton Inn receives honor - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - Hampton Inn Marquette Waterfront has been honored by Hampton Hotels with the company's Lighthouse Award, designating it as one of the hotel chain's top performing hotels among more than 1,900 properties.
Colla’s 21 points not enough for NMU women to advance - Mining Journal
ALLENDALE - Senior guard Alyssa Colla moved up on the all-time scoring list, but the Northern Michigan University women's basketball team still dropped a 74-52 decision to Grand Valley State Wednesday night in GLIAC quarterfinal play held at downstate ...
Hockey parties scheduled - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - A number of viewing parties for the Michigan Tech at Northern Michigan universities' hockey game on Saturday night are scheduled around the U.S. as part of Wildcat Night Across the Country.
Mustangs grind out victory, R-M’s season ends - Mining Journal
EBEN - Frankie Mattson poured in 21 points and hauled down 14 rebounds - both game highs - to lead the Munising High School girls basketball team to a 42-32 Class D district tournament win over Mid Peninsula at Eben Wednesday night.
Area seniors - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - A few people are getting the chance to learn what it takes to be an actor through a program held at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center in the basement of the Peter White Public Library in Marquette.
Wink beats nod any day of the week - Mining Journal
Sometimes you meet people you remember for a lifetime. There's something peculiar about them. It might be their personality or sense of humor or occupation or an odd mannerism. Perhaps the person was a classmate, teacher, friend, or relative. Maybe you don ...
GHS seniors receive EEW scholarships - Mining Journal
Pictured from left are Gwinn Area Community Schools Superintendent Dru Milliron and Excellence in Education scholarship recipients Thomas Schmeltzer, Erin Reetz, Michael Willig and Ellie Olsen. The program provides $1,500 scholarship to the top 5 percent ...
Subaru program benefits UPAWS - Mining Journal
From left, Ann Brownell, community outreach coordinator for the Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter, receives a $10,000 ceremonial check from Drew Watson, director of Subaru Central Region, and Randy Norton, general manager of Fox Marquette and Negaunee.
Safe UPS drivers in U.P. honored - Mining Journal
DETROIT - UPS drivers from the Upper Peninsula are among 1,445 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving.