November 22, 2012 RSS feed / Community

mBank details third quarter

Bank ‘proud’ of growth in stagnant economy

MANISTIQUE – Mackinac Financial Corporation, the bank holding company for mBank, recently announced third quarter 2012 income of $.897 million or $.19 per share compared to net income of $.707 million, or $.21 per share for the third quarter of More...

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St. Francis announces honor roll students

MANISTIQUE – St. Francis de Sales School recently announced their first marking period honor roll. Kindergarten - Christian Witness Awards: Jamie Tiglas, JoLynn Zellar. Grade 1 - Christian Witness Awards: Danielle Lund, Brandon Smith. More...

Passport price jumps

Recreation Passport bumped up to $11

LANSING – Two years after the Department of Natural Resources introduced the $10 Recreation Passport as a new way to fund state parks and outdoor recreation opportunities, the DNR has announced that – effective Jan. More...

District Court

Ronald Dean Swisher, 65, Sandtown Road, Curtis, charged with vehicle registration violation (11/12). Assessed $135. Jeffrey Alan Nelson, 53, Cedar Street, Manistique, charged with driving 60 miles per hour in a 55- mph zone (10/12). Assessed $100. More...

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

50 Years Ago November 22, 1962 More...

OHSP: ‘Slow down’ this winter

U.P. drivers found to have more accidents

LANSING – A new traffic safety campaign encourages U.P. drivers to slow down in snow or icy driving conditions to reduce weather-related crashes, injuries and traffic deaths. The effort will be focused in the U.P. More...

News Briefs

Wrestling sale set MANISTIQUE – The Manistique High School wrestling team is having a pasty sale. Pasties will be made on Dec. 1, and are $3.50 each. All orders must be pre-paid. More...

‘Flower cards’ available

MANISTIQUE – The GFWC Manistique Women’s Club is now offering “flower cards”. The $25 card allows for one fresh floral bouquet each month for 2012- 13 from the Flower Shop at Ben Franklin. More...

MSUE: Keeping this Thanksgiving safe

EAST LANSING – With several popular holidays approaching, Michigan State University Extension educators remind consumers that it’s important to follow some simple food-safety practices to thaw, cook and store turkey properly More...

News from MAS

Look for the Emerald Elementary School students and their float in the Christmas Parade at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 23! Be a part of this holiday event! Santa’s Secret Workshop will be held the week of Nov. 26. More...

Poll

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