Friday Mar 7
As if it Twas Summer: March 1878
The forecast for Sunday evening shows a broad area of low pressure north of us. The red line across the U.P. represents a surge of warm air.
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Friday Mar 7
Northern Michigan News
Marquette County seeks state emergency declaration
The Mining Journal of Marquette and WLUC-TV report the county in Michigan's Upper Peninsula made the request this week to Gov. Rick Snyder.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
State of Michigan
Adaptive kayaking lessons offered in Marquette for veterans with disabilities
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has partnered with the Marquette County YMCA and Northern Michigan University Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports to offer a series of adaptive kayaking lessons for veterans with disabilities.
The Washington Post
North America and U.S. about as frozen as ever so late in winter
Repeated blasts of frigid air since January have transformed significant parts of the U.S. into Arctic-like territory.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Wett Nurse - "Hissy Fit"
Based out of Marquette, MI, rock group Wett Nurse's new EP unleashes an exciting vein of psychedelic-rock capable of comparisons to both classics like The Doors and newer psych-garage infusers, like The Oh Sees or Ty Segall.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Newsmakers and links: Monday Mar. 3, 2014
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Sat Mar 01, 2014
A tornado, record warmth, heavy snow and record rain
A tornado , record warmth, heavy snow and record rain top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Marquette tacos vie for nationwide award
The Dia de los Tacos food truck in Marquette is in line to win some national prestige with a new contest.
17 Quirky Michigan Attractions: Glacial Copper, Gizzard Fest, Big...
Can you really call yourself a Michigander if you haven't been to Hell, or taken a course or two at Damnation University? What about the largest piece of glacier float copper in Marquette? What about a pie pan big enough to not only feed a crowd, but also hold it? The Pure Michigan Blog , which the Michigan Economic Development Corp. uses to ... (more)
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Spring-like weather, blizzard conditions and record cold
Spring-like weather, blizzard conditions and record cold top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Arctic front triggers wind chill warning for western Upper Peninsula
Wind chill advisories carry us until 10 a.m. EST Wednesday morning for the western half of Upper Michigan.
Lansing State Journal
People News: Verlen Kruger Award winner
Jean Kinnear of Marquette will receive the Verlen Kruger award from the Quiet Water Society during the group's 19th annual symposium Saturday at the Michigan State University Pavilion in East Lansing.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
State mediator joins Marquette schools' contract talks
The Marquette Area Education Association and Marquette School Board met for negotiations on Tuesday regarding the lack of a contract for area teachers.
Northern Michigan News
Massive piece of copper could be removed from park
A massive piece of copper that's a popular draw for school kids and tourists at a park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula could be removed if a $255,000 fundraising goal isn't met.
City of Marquette want to keep MGH within city limits
People of Marquette County are still waiting to hear from Duke Lifepoint about the new location for Marquette General Hospital.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
This Week in SooToday History
The following is a look back through the SooToday.com archives as we present This Week in SooToday History .
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Second Wave: How Marquette became Michigan's most sustainable city
Our partners at Issue Media Group take a look at Marquette, and how it became what it calls Michigan's most sustainable city.
The Modesto Bee
Community art project underway in Marquette
Joy Bender Hadley, a teacher at North Star Academy in Marquette Township, is taking part in the Community 100DayProject in which participants work on an artistic endeavor every day for 100 consecutive days, according to The Mining Journal of Marquette .
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Senate battle in Michigan: Whiskey and sled rides
Senate battle in Michigan: Whiskey and sled rides - Part of an occasional series on the hottest races of the 2014 midterm election.