March 21, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Chamber seeking help for LPGA

Volunteers for June tour in Esky needed

ESCANABA – The Delta County Chamber of Commerce is now accepting volunteer applications for the upcoming LPGA Futures Symetra Tour taking place June 24 – 30, at the Island Resort and Casino’s premier golf club. More...

NMU program seeking students

MARQUETTE – The Electrical Line Technician program is currently accepting applications for the upcoming school year. More...

Grand Marais man sentenced to prison

MARQUETTE – Roger Harrison White, 70, of Grand Marais, was recently sentenced to 63 months in federal prison for possession of child pornography. More...

News from MAS

The Manistique robotics team had a strong showing in its second outing in St. Johns over the weekend. The competition started with the Junkyard Dawgs garnering many points, and achieving a ranking of 10th out of 40 teams. More...

DNR seeks volunteer instructors for ORVs

LANSING – The Department of Natural Resources invites qualified residents to become volunteer off-road vehicle safety education instructors and take part in one of two upcoming instructor academies in May and June. More...

‘Chairing’ the wealth

CBC will hold its annual radio-telethon Sunday, as part of CBC Sunday, at the Manistique Middle/High School. More...

UPAAA requests input

ESCANABA – In preparation for writing the “Area Plan of Services to Older Adults for Fiscal Years 2014-2016”, the U.P. Area Agency on Aging will hold two public input sessions. More...

July air show cancelled

ESCANABA – The 2013 “Thunder Over Delta County” air show scheduled for July 26 – 28 in Escanaba has been cancelled. More...

District Court

James Alfred Snyder III, 28, Anderson Road, Manistique, charged with driving 60 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone (3/13). Assessed $100. Deanna Jo Frycaynski, 37, Superior Avenue, Gladstone, charged with driving 60 miles in a 55-mph zone (2/13). More...

Circuit Court

Corey Alan Martin, 25, Highway M-149 Manistique, pleaded guilty in 11th Judicial Circuit Court to arson (5/12). He was sentenced to serve nine months in jail with four months to be served immediately. More...

Spring into allergy season

As winter is finally coming to an end; many people are looking forward to longer days, warmer temperatures, green grass and flowers blooming. For others, springtime means itchy, watery eyes, runny noses, sneezing and other allergy symptoms. More...