April 19, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, To the Senior Play students – The “Saturday Night” came alive. It was filled with movement and a lot of “jive”. The students all did their part; and you could tell it came from their heart. More...

From the Braver Institute

With every roadtrip I take, I try to make it a point to eat at as many fine dining establishments as possible. More...

ICAC Task Force raising child abuse awareness

In recognition of April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Michigan Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force is helping to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect, particularly online sexual exploitation of children. More...

Community

A Look Back at the...

Pioneer-Tribune Archives

50 Years Ago April 19, 1962 More...

Senior Center

Volunteers make a difference! More...

“Hero for the Uninsured” awards reception and dinner to be held at Upfront & Company

On May 10, the Upper Peninsula Health Access Coalition will once again join the health care community in recognizing the contributions of citizens and organizations that improve the health and wellbeing of people in the U.P. More...

Sports

Eskymos not hindered by weather... spoil Lady Emeralds home opener

Trailing 8-0 the Lady Emerald fast pitch softball team rallied for four runs in the bottom half of the fifth inning, added two more in the sixth but came up short dropping their home opener 13-7 to the Escanaba Junior High Monday night. More...

Softball fund-raiser planned

Self funded, the Lady Emerald fast-pitch softball team will be holding a spaghetti dinner at the VFW Hall Saturday, April 21, from 5-8 p.m. The event is being held to raise funds for the 2012 season. More...

Manistique takes Big Bay

The 2012 high school golf season got underway at Indian Lake Golf and Country Club Tuesday afternoon, with the Manistique Emeralds playing host to the Big Bay de Noc Black Bears. The Manistique boys edged Big Bay 188 to 226. More...

Water treatment improvement project 99 percent complete

From a pilot study to an operational system, the nearly two-year improvement project at Manistique’s water treatment plant is 99 percent complete. More...

Decline in census has MCF suspending construction plans

A proactive approach to a statewide issue has management suspending work on construction upgrades to the Schoolcraft Medical Care Facility. More...

Outdoors

Schoolcraft County U.P. Whitetails continues to support deer habitat

Started on June 24, 1988, the U.P. Whitetail Association has grown to include seven organizations in seven counties across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. More...

Fish Report

Well, another taste of winter type cold weather and snow flurries in the air. Of course it is only the middle of April so it sure is not unheard of up here in the U.P. More...

Manistique Farmers’are entering the conservation,Marketwildlife Pistolpre-club. season information session April 25th at MHS

Cottage foods, samples at farmer’s markets, and general market information will be the topics at a class on Wednesday, April 25, from 3 to 5 p.m. More...

Lifestyles

Local law enforcement agencies wants to make public aware of recent scams

Schoolcraft County Sheriff’s Department and the Michigan State Police would like to make the public aware of the following internet, mail and phone scams that have been reported in the area. Late Tax Scam More...

Ground Breaking Ceremony

mBank recently held a ground breaking ceremony for their new facility which will be located at 2224 North Lincoln Road in Escanaba, Mich. More...

Relic Ride

Denny Morgan and Ron Irie of the Longriders Sportsman Club recently presented checks to Anna Sjogren of the Eve Burrell Animal Shelter and Jim Hursey, Post Commander of the VFW. More...

Poll

Should the Manistique Area Schools Board of Education pursue a shared superintendent with Big Bay de Noc School?