Walk a mile in my shoes
What does it feel like to have a disability? The Delta County Regional Inclusive Community Coalition is giving community members the opportunity to experience some hardships many of our neighbors face on a daily basis.
Wild March Blizzard: March 5-6, 1959
"The worst storm since the storm of Marcha 1939" buried all of Upper Michigan with a foot or more of wind-whipped snow beginning on this date 54 years ago.
Prelim trial for Kincheloe man facing 11 counts of fraud
The Kincheloe man accused of 11 felony counts of fraud was in court Monday for his preliminary exam.
Plea bargain for the Esky man charged with 5 counts of criminal sexual conduct
A 20-year-old Escanaba man accused of criminal sexual conduct against three teenagers made a plea bargain today at the Delta County Circuit Court.
Hope at the Inn
Hope at the Inn is a faith based emergency homeless shelter new to Delta County this winter.
Off Road Icebreaker
An eco-friendly truck is sitting on the ice in Escanaba, but when will it break through? This is the concept behind the fourth annual Off Road Icebreaker.
State of Michigan
Delta County receives brownfield redevelopment loan
February 24, 2014 For More Information : Jeff Hukill, 517-284-5113, email@example.com Brad Wurfel, 517-284-6713, firstname.lastname@example.org The DEQ today announced a $450,000 Clean Michigan Initiative Brownfield Redevelopment Loan for Delta County to redevelop a vacant property in Escanaba into a new building housing three local businesses.
Over 100 people walk to heat up homes
The Menominee, Delta, and Schoolcraft County Community Action Agency held a Walk for Warmth fundraiser Saturday.
Record warmth, 20 foot snowdrifts and thundersnow
Record warmth, 20 foot snowdrifts and thundersnow top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Bessemer school holds mock shooting drill
Faculty and staff in the Bessemer School District participated in a mock shooting drill Friday during an in-service day.
WTKG-AM Grand Rapids
Pot Holes? We Have More Problems Then Pot Holes This Spring
Forget Potholes. Road Commissions in Michigan worry about some of the hard-surface roads actually breaking up in the spring heave this year.
Man accused of killing a 73-year-old pedestrian pleads no contest
According to court documents, Gladstone resident Paul McCarty, 32, stuck and killed Kenneth Rogus, 73, while driving his tuck in September 2012.
Prelim hearing postponed for two facing delivery of a controlled substance charges
The preliminary hearing has been postponed for the two Delta County residents arrested in connection with three counts of delivery of a controlled substance.