July 19, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

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Man faces multiple felony charges alleged accosting MANISTIQUE – A Manistique man is facing multiple felonies for allegedly accosting a minor and failing to register as a sex offender. More...

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Outdoors

Fish Report

Well, we are past Folk Fest and it seems everyone had a good time with almost perfect weather for all those attending. There were a good number of both food booths and crafts for everyone’s taste. More...

From the Forester

The largest share of Michigan’s forest area is  More...

Views

Scouting out adventure

From the July 28, 1983 edition, Girl Scout Troop 53 recently embarked on a trip to the Great America Amusement Park in Illinois. More...

The Archives

This week in the Pioneer Tribune

50 years ago   July 18, 1968  More...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,  Matt Morgan, Democratic candidate for 1st District representative in Congress, must be elected.  Jack Bergman has persistently failed to demonstrate an interest in addressing the 1st District’s and Michigan’s econo More...

Community

Ceremony of honors

Manistique’s annual Folk Fest celebration took place Friday and Saturday. Pictured above, during the opening ceremony Saturday, L. More...

Feeding America Food Truck plans return to area July 25

Any county resident may pick up box of food

MANISTIQUE – The Feeding America Mobile Food Truck will visit Manistique July 25 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Anyone residing in Schoolcraft County with an emergency food need may participate.  More...

MDHHS reminds Michigan residents about vaccinations after recent measles cases

LANSING, Mich. More...

County to seek millage for $7M jail

3 mill request will cover construction, operation expenses at jail 20 years

MANISTIQUE – The Schoolcraft County Board of Commissioners will seek a millage for the construction of a new jail. More...

Meet the artists

Power of Words Project introduces four core artists

MANISTIQUE – Those who have been tracking the progress of the Power of Word Project’s mural on the south wall of The People’s Store like witnessed a large chunk of the mural emerge Monday. More...

News

UP Parkinson’s Disease Symposium to return

IRON MOUNTAIN – The Parkinson Society Support Group of Dickinson County Area is hosting the third annual U.P. Parkinson Disease Symposium Aug. 17, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (CST). More...

Colonial Motel receives ‘first dollar’ recognition

MANISTIQUE – The “Imaginary Friends Stay Free” marquee at the Colonial Motel is just one of many sayings that might make one do a double take when passing by the Colonial Motel on Highway U.S. 2.  More...

Community Concert series continues 50th celebration

MANISTIQUE – The 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Community Concert Chamber Music Series took place recently. The concert series began in 1968 with Director Robert King.  More...

Obituaries

Richard L. Watts

MANISTIQUE – Richard L. Watts, 83, of Manistique, Mich., died on Saturday, July 14, 2018, at the Schoolcraft Medical Care Facility in Manistique. More...

Lifestyles

Middle, high school names honor roll

MANISTIQUE – Manistique Middle and High School recently released the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2017-18 school year.  More...

Natural pain relief found in gardens

Busy schedules, over indulging, and strenuous summer activities can lead to sore muscles, indigestion and headaches. When searching for pain relief, look no further than your own garden or your local farmer’s market. More...

Dinner Diva

These flavor-packed meatballs and slaw are so dang good! They make a great starter/appetizer OR are satiating enough to be a meal on it’s own! More...

Sports

Annual race continues to draw runners and walkers

MANISTIQUE – Though it was a little on the warm side, it was certainly a great day for a run (walk) on the boardwalk in Manistique for those participating in the 2018 Paper Chase. More...

MAYS season up and running

MANISTIQUE – A new season of Manistique Area Youth Soccer is underway with seven teams ranging in age from five to 19.  According to Sheila Clark, MAYS League President, the 5-6 year olds finished their season June 28 with a 3-3 tie on the More...

Reeling in the kings

While on vacation from his home in Nashville, Tenn., former Manistique resident Tyler Hinkson took advantage of an opportunity to test the waters off Port Manistique. More...