September 14, 2017 RSS feed / News

DNR urging public to review, comment on Asian carp plan

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LANSING – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is encouraging state residents to review the recently released Army Corps of Engineers plan for stopping invasive carp (also known as Asian carp) from entering the Great Lakes basin. More...

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Bay to host lecture, question and answer session about service dogs   ESCANABA – The Bay College Diversity Committee and Yooper Service Dogs will hold a lecture: “Getting and Having a Service Animal” Sept. 21. More...

Parent coalition hosts ‘choices’ workshop for parents, caregivers

MANISTIQUE – A “Guiding Good Choices” workshop will be offered this fall in Schoolcraft County. More...

Bay College to host Holocaust survivor for Oct. 3 presentation

ESCANABA – Bay College Campus Activities Board and the Bay College Diversity Committee will host Holocaust survivor Peter Stein Oct. More...

Crafting for DARE

Above, Schoolcraft County Sheriff’s Department Deputy and DARE officer Dianna Herlik accepts a $450 check from Dan Barber, organizer of the Craft Show which takes place in conjunction with the Manistique Merchants Association’s Car Show e More...

Lake Superior light gets new weather buoy to collect data on wave height, water temp

MARQUETTE – Stannard Rock Light is considered the most remote lighthouse in North America. The site now also boasts a major, high-tech upgrade in the form of a new, state-of-the-art weather buoy.  More...

‘Ask the DNR’ returns tonight

MARQUETTE –A new season of the live “Ask the DNR” question-andanswer program kicks Thursday night on WNMU-TV13 in Marquette.  More...

Bay to host two college night programs

ESCANABA – Bay College will soon host two College Night programs. The first is Sept. 17 on the Escanaba Bay College Campus. The event will be held in the Besse Center from 6-7:30 p.m. The second is Sept. More...