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A warmer unsettled pattern through the holiday

A summer like pattern sets up for a few days.

PWPL presents Meditation Thursday June 2, 2022

Meditation Thursdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30. 2022. 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Zoom. Teens, Family, Adults, Seniors. Join Jeremy Morelock for a weekly Meditation Class emphasizing mindfulness, loving-kindness and compassion. No admission charge. For more informat...

Foggy, drizzly then clearing ahead of Memorial Day weekend

Lingering showers, drizzle and fog through Friday morning then gradually clearing in the afternoon.

A wet and cool day as system moves through

The cool pattern ends today.

MRHC presents Joe Pera – Summer in the Midwest & Rustbelt...

The Marquette Regional History Center is pleased to announce an upcoming fundraiser for the Center: Joe Pera – Summer in the Midwest & Rustbelt Tour. Join us for a night of laughs with Joe Pera three local comedians: Kelly Keel, Raegan Niemela, and Vincent Schultz on Saturday, August 27 at...

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Rainy, windy through early Thursday morning

Moderate to heavy rain continues Wednesday night before gradually tapering off before the Memorial Day weekend.

A wet Wednesday is ahead

A summerlike weather pattern is on the way.

MRHC presents Third Annual Trivia Night June 8, 2022

MARQUETTE REGIONAL HISTORY CENTER PRESENTS: THIRD ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT hosted by Jim Koski Wednesday, June 8, 6:30 p.m. We’re back! Join us for our exhilarating trivia contest! This year we are drawing all questions from our Mining Journal “Superior History” column, programs, exhibits and Harlow’s Wooden Man quarterly newsletter. Form...

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MRHC presents: “Working as Though For Their Self”: The Archaeology of...

The Marquette Regional History Center presents: “Working as Though For Their Self”: The Archaeology of Cordwood Choppers’ Everyday Life Wednesday, June 1, 6:30 p.m. Join Dr. LouAnn Wurst, professor of Industrial Archaeology and Heritage program, Michigan Technological University, for this presentation. Archaeologists from MTU have excavated five sites occupied by...

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Calm Tuesday evening before rainy, breezy Wednesday

Showery Wednesday start, then rain becoming widespread and heavy at times in the afternoon.