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Marquette – 02/02/12 – Hockey, my beloved game of choice!!! Thanks to the NHL Network even though I can’t watch most games during the NHL season, I still can keep up to date with daily highlights. The game that involves speed, strength, skill, finesse, the need for “a big bag of knuckles” in front of […]

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Marquette – 02/02/12 – Join award winning singer/songwriter and author, Bill Harley for a chance to meet him as a writer of children’s books on Saturday, February 11 at 3:00 pm in the Peter White Public Library Community Room. Harley will give a short talk about his books and be available for an autograph session. […]

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Marquette – 02/01/12 – The first-ever Marquette Senior High School Poetry Out Loud Recitation Championship is scheduled for Thursday, February 2nd, starting at 12:40 in the Shirley Smith Little Theatre at MSHS. The MSHS Poetry Recitation Championship will consist of two rounds, with each contestant reciting one poem in each round, following rules set by […]

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Ishpeming – 02/01/12 – Have you visited McDonald’s of Ishpeming lately? McDonald’s recently celebrated their Grand Re-opening showing off their new interior look. Stop in to dine in their newly renovated interior and enjoy the modern atmosphere. Congratulations to Jerrod Koski of Ishpeming, winner of the IPad2 and Kaleb Larson of Ishpeming, winner of the […]

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Marquette – 01/30/12 – The 2012 Marquette Area Public Schools District Spelling Bee was held on January 24, 2012 at the MSHS Shirley Smith Little Theater.  Moderator for the competition was Tracy VanAbel, Administrative Assistant in the Education Department at NMU. Judges were Dianne Linn, retired MAPS Community Education Director and Tesse Sayen, MAPS Curriculum […]

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Last night was my opportunity to enjoy my favorite part of the NHL All-Stars Weekend by watching the Skills Competition. I used to enjoy watching the All-Star Game itself but lately in the past 5 years or so, it’s not really like watching a season game or a Stanley Cup game, it’s just a fun […]

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Kids of all ages flocked to Main Street in downtown Ishpeming last night for a family night of cross country skiing, snacks and Fun! Wilderness Sports loaned out ski equipment to approximately 100 kids, allowing them to experience the fun of cross country skiing.  With temperatures in the high 20’s, the man-made course constructed by […]

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I Couldn’t Last 3 Minutes into President’s Address

Political Rhetoric from the two party system in our government has gotten so-o-o-o-o-o-o tiring to listen to especially when the same sound bite statements are repeated. I was expecting something different to come out from President Obama during his State of the Union address. Maybe tell us something encouraging that we have not heard before. […]

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Educational Savings Fund to Benefit Infant Survivor

Ali Stark, installer at McCabe’s Quality Flooring, age 26, died December 29, 2011 due to injuries brought on by an automobile accident on Glass’s Curve on M-553 in Sands Township. Ali was an extremely hard worker and an over all remarkable individual. He excelled in both academics and music. He was a devoted husband and […]

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Marquette – 01/24/12 – A tight race in the Central  Division of the Western Conference lead to a bruising battle at the Joe Louis Arena last night where the Red Wings extended their winning streak to 17 at home with a 3 – 1 victory over the St. Louis Blues. The record for consecutive home […]

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