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Feeding America Food Truck will return June 27   MANISTIQUE – The Feeding America Mobile Food Truck will visit Manistique June 27. The truck will be distributing from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital.  More...

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Outdoors

Trapper, writer, editor, cartoonist to join event

ESCANABA – The National Trappers Association’s Annual Convention/ Outdoor Show will be held at the U.P. State Fairgrounds in Escanaba on July 26-28.  Bob Noonan will be attending and presenting at the 59th annual NTA Convention. More...

Eagle Mine to offer public tours of facilities

CHAMPION – A series of public tours of Eagle Mine facilities will be offered during summer 2018. More...

Fish Report

Ret. Sgt. John Walker

Well, guess that old saying “Momma said there would be days like this” really came to life this past weekend up in the Copper Country. More...

Obituaries

Lester A. Lake

ESCANABA – Lester A. Lake, 73, of Escanaba, Mich., passed away Monday, June 11, 2018, at Pinecrest Medical Care Facility in Powers.  He was born in Escanaba on Dec. More...

Eva R. Wendling

MANISTIQUE – Eva R. Wendling of Manistique, Mich., passed away at the Heritage Haus Assisted Living facility in Bellaire, Mich., on Thursday, June 7, 2018.  More...

Lifestyles

Emerald Elementary releases final 2017-18 honor roll list

MANISTIQUE – Manistique Emerald Elementary recently released the honor roll for the final marking period of the 2017- 18 school year. The honor roll includes grades three through five. More...

Western Michigan University announces spring 2018 graduation list

KALAMAZOO – Western Michigan University, located in Kalamazoo, has released its official graduation list for the 2018 spring semester.  Graduating with a Master of Arts degree was Christy A. Kalata of Manistique.  More...

Fresh From the heart

Fresh from the Farm recently donated flowers and vegetables for the gardens at the Schoolcraft County Medical Care Facility. Above, pictured with the owner are Charlene Groll and Emeric Bosanic. More...

Sports

Here’s to a Pitch-Perfect Season!

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37th annual Indian Lake Golf Club 4-Man set for weekend

MANISTIQUE – June 23 and 24 will mark the 36th consecutive year of the Indian Lake Golf Club 4-Man scramble in Manistique.  This double shotgun start will attract 288 golfers from both Upper and Lower Michigan, Wisconsin, Canada, and other More...

Register now for 3-woman scramble at Highland Golf Club

ESCANABA – Registration is now open for the Highland Golf Club’s 3-woman scramble July 11. The scramble will begin with a shot gun start at 10:30 a.m.  More...

County receives positive audit

Adds to fund balance for third year in a row in 2017

MANISTIQUE – Schoolcraft County continues to improve its general fund – this according to the 2016-17 financial audit report. The report was presented during a recent meeting of the Schoolcraft County Board of Commissioners.  More...

State Savings selects new president

Gonyea will assume role, Larche to stay on as CEO

MANISTIQUE – The State Savings Bank in Manistique will see an addition to its leadership in January 2019.  More...

News

CAA seeks board member from Schoolcraft County

MANISTIQUE – Efforts to find a new Menominee-Delta-Schoolcraft Community Action Agency Governing Board member from Schoolcraft County are continuing.  The nonprofit agency provides eight programs, including early childhood, senior voluntee More...

Bostique celebrates ‘first dollar’

MANISTIQUE – Bostique, a new shop in downtown Manistique, offers shoppers an eclectic mix of unconventional products not available anywhere else. More...

Rock on, Manistique

The Manistique High School’s YETI Key Club’s 16th annual “Music in Manistique” summer concert series is underway. The concerts take place each Wednesday at 7 p.m. inside the Central Park Band Shell. More...

Views

Who you gonna call? (firefighters)

From the June 23, 1983 edition, a dirty chimney and creosote build-up was the cause of another fire in the Manistique area. Firefighters were called to the home of Robert Overland, 416 Arbutus Ave., early Friday morning. More...

The Archives

This week in the Pioneer Tribune

50 years ago   June 27, 1968  More...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,  More...

Community

Forest Service: Beware of invasive plant ‘hitchhiker’ garlic mustard

GLADSTONE –Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has many relatively well-known invasive plant species including spotted knapweed, St. John’s wort, glossy buckthorn, and purple loosestrife.  More...

Bay College offers youth STEAM camps

ESCANABA –Bay College Training and Development (MTEC) will be offering two youth summer STEAM camps: Lego Robotics Camp and Inventing with Gizmos & Gadgets. More...

For the community, by the community

Local prevention committee donates to youth workgroup

MANISTIQUE – Stacy King and Crystal Martin of the Schoolcraft County Community Prevention Committee recently presented a check in the amount of $350 to the Schoolcraft County Communities That Care Youth Involvement Workgroup. More...