March 21, 2013 RSS feed / Community

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...

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...

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...

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...

Poll

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