June 7, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Director of MSUE to visit farmers’ market

MANISTIQUE – Local residents and various farmers who have missed Michigan State University Extension programming and materials are leading a MSU Extension millage campaign. The millage will appear on the Aug. 7 election ballot. More...

Inmate’s cause of death released

MUNISING – A recent autopsy has found an Alger Correctional Facility inmate was the victim of manual strangulation. The inmate, Carlos Marquis Love, 39, of Detroit, was found dead on Thursday, May 31. More...

Seul Choix opens, has new displays

GULLIVER – The Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse in Gulliver opened for the season on May 25. Summer hours will be from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., seven days a week. Tour guides are volunteers of the Gulliver Historical Society and the Gulliver community. More...

Community concerts set

MANISTIQUE – The Community Concert Committee has announced its concert dates for summer. All concerts are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the Church of the Redeemer Presbyterian, 314 Main St., in Manistique. More...

Homelessness decreases across Michigan, locally

New data released by coalition, rates drop

LANSING – The leaders of Michigan’s Campaign to End Homelessness announced there were 6,143 fewer Michigan residents who were homeless for any part of 2011 than who were homeless during 2010. More...

Planting beauty

Above, Manistique Lumber employee Shane Ozanich, at left, is shown operating a loader, provided by Bob Carlson, to once again place the tree planters on Cedar Street for the summer season. More...

Foster grandparents celebrate anniversary, honor volunteers

GLADSTONE – The Menominee/ Delta/ Schoolcraft Community Action Agency and Human Resources Authority, Inc. Foster Grandparent Program recently celebrated their 34-year anniversary in Gladstone. More...

A Look Back at the...

Pioneer-Tribune Archives

50 Years Ago June 7, 1962 More...

Girl Scouts invite girls to day camp

MANISTIQUE – A 40-yearold tradition continues as the Manistique Area Girl Scouts celebrate Summer Fun Days this month. More...

Senior Center

Farmers Market update; Project Fresh coupons still available

If you haven’t signed up for the Project Fresh coupons, I encourage you to do so as soon as possible. The 2012 Manistique Farmers’ Market is open. It opened May 23 at 5 p.m. for the first time. More...

Area students make dean’s list

ESCANABA – A total of 17 area students were named to the Bay de Noc Community College dean’s list for the winter semester, recently announced by the college. More...

Traffic stop leads to meth bust

ST. IGNACE – Two Michigan residents have been arraigned on charges relating to a methamphetamine bust by the Michigan State Police – St. Ignace Post, according to a law enforcement official. More...

U.P. Book Tour coming to Manistique

Authors to visit, present to residents

MANISTIQUE – Manistique School and Public Library invites the public to attend a U.P. Book Tour event on June 25. The event will take place from 1-3 p.m. at the library. The U.P. More...

Area students make 2012 NMU dean’s list

MARQUETTE – Northern Michigan University has announced the names of students who made the dean’s list for the winter 2012 semester. A total of 27 students from the local area were included on the list. More...

New Great Start resource center to serve 12 counties

MARQUETTE – The Early Childhood Investment Corporation has awarded a contract to 4C of the Upper Peninsula to implement Great Start to Quality, as well as designating them the Upper Peninsula Great Start to Quality Resource Center. More...

District Court

Michael William Jenerou, 63, Shunk Road, Manistique, charged with open dumping/burn and failure to take precautions to stop fire from escaping (4/12). Assessed $125 and $225 respectively. More...

Poll

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