August 10, 2017 RSS feed / News

100 years later: A look back at WWI in Schoolcraft County

MANISTIQUE – Continuing with the “In Remembrance – World War I” highlights from the Schoolcraft County Historical Society in recognition of the 100th anniversary of World War 1, this week’s article is on Alex Creighton a More...

Erickson chosen for 2017 White House Teacher Institute

WASHINGTON D.C. – The White House History Teacher Institute is a summer institute hosted by the White House Historical Association for only 30 teachers across the nation to learn about the history of the White House. More...

Heritage Day at historic park

FAYETTE - Blacksmith demonstrations, music, games and sporting activities await visitors at Fayette Historic State Park’s annual Heritage Day celebration, on Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

State’s no-fault law at fault for rising costs

LANSING – A new report by Insure.com found that the requirement that all Michigan drivers purchase unlimited, lifetime medical benefits under the state’s broken, outdated auto no-fault law was the number one reason Michigan topped its lis More...

Craft brewers ask Snyder to shut down Line 5

TRAVERSE CITY – Michigan business owners in the tourism and craft brewing industries called on Governor Rick Snyder and Attorney General Bill Schuette to begin the process of shutting down Line 5 immediately, citing the tens of thousands of job More...

Hops on the Harbor

Elks Lodge finalizes plans annual craft beer festival

MANISTIQUE - Your Manistique Elks Lodge No. 632 is at it again and pulling together another great event for the community to enjoy. The 2nd Annual Hops on the Harbor Brew Festival is Aug. 19 in the beautiful setting of the Manistique Marina. More...