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Data shows deer/car collisions on decline

Research based on insurance claims data

KALAMAZOO – Michigan drivers are more than two percent less likely to collide with a deer in the next 12 months than they were last year, according to new claims data from State Farm. More...

UP American Legion posts to host annual meet

LITTLE LAKE – The Upper Peninsula Association of American Legion Posts will hold its annual fall meeting Oct. 11. The meeting will take place at Post 349, located in Little Lake. More...

BBB warns of school scam

LANSING – The Better Business Bureau serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula is warning area schools about Scholastic School Supply, purportedly located in Las Vegas, NV and Sewell, NJ, which is sending phony invoices to schools around More...

‘You’ve Got This’ free tuition contest at Bay

ESCANABA – Residents and students of Bay de Noc Community College are invited to enter the Michigan Community College Association’s “You’ve Got This” photo contest – and win free tuition. More...

State supports national POW/MIA Recognition Day

Over 92K Americans still unaccounted for

LANSING – Michigan has a rich history of supporting our nation by supplying troops for many United States wars including the Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Operation Desert Storm and our cur More...

State farmers should beware of corporate ‘right to farm’

Editor’s note: This submission represents the personal opinions of the author and should not be used to characterize the opinions of the Pioneer Tribune. — — — More...

Chatham’s ‘North Farm’ planning open house

CHATHAM – The North Farm, located at the Michigan State University Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center in Chatham, is hosting an open house to showcase the launch of their new teaching farm, focused on season extension and local food More...