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Manistique man may serve up to 10 years   MANISTIQUE – A Manistique man will serve up to 10 years in prison following his sentencing last week.  More...

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Outdoors

Fish Report

Well, here we are going into the fall season with bear season already open. It sure has been a nice week weather wise with the nice cool nights where it is perfect for sleeping and then warming up during the day to where it becomes T-shirt weather. More...

Views

Worth the wait

From the Aug. 4 1983 edition, long lines of area youth awaiting the opening of the Fun-A-Rama Arcade last Saturday as Tom Birney, former member of the Green Bay Packers, stopped in for an appearance. More...

The Archives

This week in the Pioneer Tribune

50 years ago   September 12, 1968  More...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,  We can agree?  I’m basically an Independent that leans toward Democrat. Even though we have different views, there are quite a few basic things that I believe we can agree on.  More...

Lifestyles

Grandparents Teach, Too

The Constitution and Bill of Rights are celebrated every year in September. Families actually can celebrate them throughout the year whenever rules come up in family discussions. There are checks and balances in families, too.  More...

GFWC Manistique has busy summer

MANISTIQUE – GFWC Manistique Women’s Club may not have had any business meetings or programs this summer, but the ladies remained busy.  More...

Tips: Colorful vines for the fall garden

Create a colorful and fragrant fall finale in your garden with groundcovers and vines. Blanket the earth with hardy groundcovers that add seasonal interest. Then direct your eye skyward with vines climbing on trellises, fences and arbors.  More...

Sports

Bears top Eagles at home

COOKS – Nearing the end of a long string of home games, the Big Bay de Noc varsity volleyball team hosted the Soaring Eagles from Hannahville Tuesday. More...

Steider champion four years running

MANISTIQUE – Indian Lake Golf Club held the Indian lake Women’s Golf Championship twoday event Aug. 22 and 29. At the completion of the 36 holes, Kate Steider took first with a 156 for the fourth year in a row.  More...

Balance of Emerald schedule tenuous

MANISTIQUE – With player safety an issue at all levels of the sport, the remaining schedule for the Manistique Emeralds varsity football team hangs in the balance just three weeks into the season. More...

High Hopes

With a brand new school year underway, optimistic students are returning to their teachers, peers, studies, and even extra duties. Here, Landon Weber and Jackson Goudreau take time prior to school’s commencement to raise the flag.   More...

Health Fair set for Saturday at SMH

Event boasts free tests, kids’ ‘Teddy Bear Clinic’

MANISTIQUE – It’s almost time for the 2018 Schoolcraft County Health Fair. More...

News

mBank campaign shows support to Beacon House

MARQUETTE – mBank recently announced its newest community outreach campaign by donating $100 for each qualifying checking, savings or money market account it opens now through Oct. 31, 2018. More...

A major life event

Greg Sundbedk, son of Manistique residents John and Pat Sundbeck, is shown taking the oath as he is promoted to major in the United States Air Force. Greg is currently assigned to the Senior Officer School at Maxwell AFB.   More...

In it to win it

A Kiddie Car Show was held Sept. 1 as part of a drive-in movie event. Area children were invited to bring their favorite car or bike for the show. The event also featured games and activities provided by the Great Start Parenting Coalition. More...

Obituaries

Marsha C. Cook

MANISTIQUE – Marsha Christine Cook (nee Tuttle) passed away peacefully on Friday, Aug. 31, 2018.  Marsha was a resident of Manistique, Mich. She graduated from Manistique High school in 1974. More...

Kenneth J. Tyda

INDIAN RIVER, Mich. – Kenneth Joseph Tyda, 76, of Indian River, Mich., passed away on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, at Hancock Haven in Cheboygan, Mich.  Born on Aug. More...

Raymond Wilkes

MANISTIQUE – Raymond Wilkes, 79, of Manistique, Mich., passed away on Friday, Sept. More...

Community

Keep exploring

Emerald Elementary has adopted a school-wide initiative focusing on positive behavioral interventions and supports in order to create a positive learning environment for students and staff to maximize instructional time. More...

‘College Night’ event set for Sept. 16, offers higher education information

Approximately 50 reps to be on hand for event

ESCANABA – The area’s program for high school students, parents, and community members to meet with college representatives is returning to Bay College. Bay recently announced two “College Night” programs taking place.  More...

Student fire safety tips offered

LANSING –As young adults start another academic year at Michigan colleges and universities, State Fire Marshal Kevin Sehlmeyer urges students and their parents to make fire prevention a top priority and practice life-saving fire safety measures More...