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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 ...
UPAWS buying land for new shelter - Mining Journal
Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter Board president Reva Laituri signs a purchase agreement for 20 acres of land on the north end of the Marquette County Fair Grounds while looking on are, from left, Andi Goriesky of Select Realty, UPAWS Treasurer Joan ...
Lions Club backs leader dog school - Mining Journal
From left, Marquette Lions Club President Melissa Wilson and Marquette Lion Club member Gretchen Preston, with her leader dog, Floyd, receive a $700 check from Ishpeming Lions Club president, Dan Perkins. The money will go to Leader Dogs for the Blind, a ...
Panache Boutique marks opening - Mining Journal
Panache Boutique recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting. Attending the celebration were, from left: Marquette County Ambassador Keith Moyle; Betsy Morais, Lake Superior Community Partnership director of marketing and communications ...
Exchange Club supports Boy Scouts - Mining Journal
Exchange Club of Marquette County member Tony Giorgianni, left, presents a $300 check to Kevin Corkin of the Hiawathaland Council of Boy Scouts of America. The Exchange Club makes donations to about two dozen local organizations with funds it raises at the ...
Reached the last straw with ungrateful granddaughter - Mining Journal
Dear Annie: Last summer, my 19-year-old college student granddaughter asked to rent my basement bedroom, with its own bathroom and access to my laundry room. I agreed and asked for a minimum rent to cover utilities. She attends school on a scholarship and ...
‘Fire on the Mountain’ screening set - Mining Journal
ISHPEMING -The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in Ishpeming will be continuing its winter film series on Saturday with the showing of "Fire on the Mountain," a documentary on the men of the 10th Mountain Division who formed America's ski troopers ...
New law opens property transfer restrictions - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - Lawyers with The Elder Law Firm of Anderson Associates, P.C. will host estate planning seminars throughout the Upper Peninsula during the month of February with one scheduled for Monday at Peter White Public Library in Marquette.
Thoughts on a mouse, louse in a house - Mining Journal
Remember when a mouse was something you caught in a trap and didn't want to touch? When I was a kid, checking Mom's mouse trap line was my least favorite chore. I didn't mind dust mopping. On Saturday mornings, I could listen to the hit parade on the radio ...
Patricia Anne Kivela - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE, MI. - Patricia Anne Kivela, age 69, of Marquette, entered eternal life Tuesday afternoon, January 27, 2015, in the Hospice Suite located at UP Health System - Marquette, in the loving and comforting care of her family and Lake Superior Hospice.
Is there something more to unfriendly behavior? - Mining Journal
Dear Annie: My sister's son, "Jared," lives close to us but far from his mother. We always invite them to family get-togethers, but are never sure whether they will show up. Sometimes they don't respond, sometimes they show up without responding, and ...
Thorin Brandt Brooks - Mining Journal
GWINN, MI. - Thorin Brandt Brooks, infant son of Michael & Rachael (Pomeroy) Brooks, passed away Thursday, January 22, 2015 at the University of Michigan Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor. He was born January 2, 2015.
Fredrick R. Kinn - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE, MI. - Fredrick Ronald Kinn, age 64, of Marquette, entered eternal life Monday afternoon, January 26, 2015, at the Mather Nursing Center in Ishpeming, in the loving, comforting care of his siblings, Brenda and Joe, and special friends, Sue Waters ...
Frank R. Young - Mining Journal
MARQUETTE, MI. - I was born in Shawano, Wisconsin on February 17, 1933 and immediately joined my parents, my twelve year old brother and my nine year old sister at our home on a nearby Indian reservation. We lived there for two years before moving to Green ...
Suicide Hill tourney is ‘our heritage’ - Mining Journal
ISHPEMING - Much has changed in the 128 years since the the first ski jumping tournament took place in Ishpeming, but one constant is that Tuesday night's event remains a symbol of the sport's rich heritage in the area - an opportunity for people to gather ...