April 17, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Aquarium club to host 2nd coral frag swap

MARQUETTE – The members of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Marine Aquarium Society will hold its Annual Coral Frag swap on May 10. The swap will be held at the Landmark Inn in Marquette from 12 -4 p.m. and admission is free. More...

Bay College supports Safe Harbor

ESCANABA – The Bay College Faculty Association conducted a community outreach program this spring to assist Tri- County Safe Harbor (formerly the Alliance Against Violence and Abuse) with the purchase of a new dishwasher for the Escanaba facili More...

Team Manistique on mission for health

Group keeps up with market, contests

MANISTIQUE – Team Manistique, formerly known as the Strategic Alliance for Health Project, is continuing its mission to make healthy choices easier for all Manistique area residents. More...

News from MAS

Congratulations to Eric Troyer who took first place in the State Skills Automotive Competition recently! More...

Lotto boosts school fund

LANSING – The state School Aid Fund got a $250,000 boost recently when no one came forward to claim a Mega Millions prize before the winning ticket expired. More...

CRAM: Why this pothole season is so much worse

LANSING – Although motorists are already frustrated with pothole season, the County Road Association of Michigan warns the worst is probably yet to come. More...

Company offers vets fresh start in cosmetology field

LANSING – A Michigan company has stepped up to offer $1 million in scholarships for veterans and their immediate families who want to train for new careers in cosmetology, announced Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency Director Jeff Barnes. More...

MGH to be honored as ‘Shining Star’

Sec. of State to give award to hospital

MARQUETTE – Marquette General Hospital is being honored by Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson for its recent organ donation efforts. MGH will be presented with the 2014 Organ & Tissue Donation “Shining Star” Award today. More...

State Police celebrate 97 years of service

ST. IGNACE – This week the Michigan State Police is celebrating its 97th birthday and to honor the milestone Gov. Rick Snyder has declared April 13 - 19 as Michigan State Police History Week. More...

Arts center to offer gourd class

MANISTIQUE – Clarlyn Ledy, of the Gourd Barn, in Moran, will be teaching an upcoming class for Lake Effect Arts in Manistique. The class, “Humble Gourd: From Garden to Hearth”, will be held May 6, from 9 a.m. More...

Poll

Do you think Schoolcraft County should model a zoning ordinance to encourage wind farm development in the area?