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City of Negaunee to Enforce Camper Trailer/Motorhome Parking Ordinance July 13,...

City of Negaunee to Enforce Camper Trailer/Motorhome Parking Ordinance July 13, 2020
Negaunee City Manager Nate Heffron is announcing, at the request of City Council, to enforce measures found in Ordinance #876.03, section (a), that pertains to camper trailer/motorhome parking on City streets, this ordinance was passed in 1982 and codified in 1999. Section 876.03, (a), reads as follows: {876.03 PARKING OR...

Day Two of the 26th Annual Boat, Sport & RV Show...

Marquette, MI  -  March 30, 2019  - The doors have officially closed on day two of the 26th Annual U.P. Boat, Sport & RV...

Broadcasting Live for the Return of the U.P. Boat, Sport, and...

Marquette, MI - March 29, 2019 - One of the surest signs of Spring is the return of the Boat, Sport, and RV Show to...

Percussive Attack Camp

Marquette, MI- The Percussive Attack Camp in Marquette, MI was created in 2010 to encourage the study of sound and rhythm. This camp encourages...

A Golden U.P. Treasure This West Ishpeming Sunrise

Ishpeming - June 14, 2011 -  I was in awe watching these two beautiful sunrise moments on June 14 in West Ishpeming.  I was hoping to wash the dust off my Buick. So while sipping my second cup of Holiday Pantry coffee I passed the West Ishpeming car wash realizing it was a bit early.  [...]

Festival of Treasures invites Black River Blades to exhibit whom uses...

Ishpeming  -  July 1, 2011  -  Record crowds attended this year and numerous families went downtown Ishpeming earlier in the day.  Dan and Debra Choszczyk of Champion had a booth on main street. They use reclaimed steel to make blades, knives, survival knives, axes, and letter openers. Nothing is manufactured with new materials just recycled [...]

Dead River Storage Basin Fire Works danced in the sky sponsored...

Negaunee Township – July 2, 2011 – The DeadRiverCampersInc.com board sponsored the first ever sanctioned fireworks display just south of Pride Rock near Turtle Island on Dead River Basin. $5,000 was put up by the board for a serious class of fireworks. Shouts of glee, boat horns, has, and peanut gallery yeahs filled the basin. [...]