August 23, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Senior Center

Oh where, oh where has August gone? September is fast approaching! We are gearing up for one of our larger events which is held every year. I am talking about our Annual Open House Picnic. Everyone is invited! More...

Board selects officers

At a recent meeting the following officers were elected to the MDS Community Action Agency/Human Resources governing board. More...

First human West Nile death reported by state

Downstate woman 1st fatality this year

LANSING – Michigan health officials are reporting that a Washtenaw County woman, who was hospitalized with viral meningitis, is the state’s first human West Nile Virus death this year. More...

A good ‘cause’

Music in Manisitique will conclude its 2012 season when they have their final performance on \Aug. 29. The event is casual, and spectators are encouraged to bring a chair, blanket or creatively park your car. More...

Women target of new PSA

LANSING – A new Public Service Announcement to inform the public of the benefits available to women via the Affordable Care Act has been released. These new benefits took effect on Aug. More...

A bit of class

Class reunions usually meet every 10 or five years. However, the hectic schedules of the Manistique High School class of 1979 prompted the decision to hold an annual July birthday bash. More...

A Look Back at the... Pioneer-Tribune Archives

50 Years Ago August 23, 1962 More...

Zentangle for relaxation

Summertime is all about being active outside. It’s also a time to teach children how to unwind. They’ll need this skill all their lives. More...

MCF celebrates birthdays

MANISTIQUE – The Manistique chapter of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs recent held their monthly birthday party at the Schoolcraft County Medical Care Facility. More...

Sea lamprey control planned

MANISTIQUE – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel will apply lampricides to two major tributaries of the Manistique River to kill sea lamprey larvae burrowed in the stream bottom. More...

‘Perimeter’ focuses on people of Great Lakes

MANISTIQUE – Perimeter was a project commissioned by the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University, which invited Kevin Miyazaki to create new work addressing the topic of fresh water and the Great Lakes. More...

Public forums set

LANSING – Two community forums regarding transportation issues will take place in the Upper Peninsula this month. Sponsored by the Transportation for Michigan coalition, the forums are designed to generate input to Gov. More...

Illegal blinds get notice

GLADSTONE – The USDA Forest Service welcomes hunters to Hiawatha National Forest, which provides nearly a million acres of public land for the use and enjoyment of the American people. More...

Sheriff’S newS and noteS

Editor’s note: The Schoolcraft County Sheriff’s Department makes weekly submissions, reporting news and activities from the office. Activities are generally broken down into those occurring in the jail and those in individual townships. More...

Lawrence earns business degree

MIDLAND, Mich. – Brandon M. Lawrence recently received a 4-year bachelor of business administration degree from Northwood University. Brandon is the son of Darryl and Michelle Lawrence of Manistique. More...

District Court

Edward Matthew Wendt, 20, Ackley Road, Germfask, charged with minor in possession (7/12). Assessed $210. Christopher Lee Larson, 30, County Road 441, Manistique, charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident (7/12). Assessed $475. More...

Poll

Do you agree with the Schoolcraft County Board of Commissioner's decision not to support the DNR land acquisition in Hiawatha Township?