Sunday Aug 24
2 Hancock police officials look toward retirement
Mike Beaudoin and Randy Mayra have been on the Hancock Police Department together for almost 40 years, and both will retire two days apart.
Sunday Aug 24
Instead of descending into debt peonage for a four-year degree, why...
When considering college tuition, think that if you spent your 12-week summer working 40-hour shifts at your minimum-wage job, chances are that even if you didn't touch a single dime of it, you can only afford about one-third of one semester's tuition at a public university.
Battle Creek Enquirer
Fortitude, tradition help Finns flourish in brutal U.P.
John Niska ran naked through the forest and jumped into Lake Superior. It was cool summer day, and he'd just gotten out of his backyard sauna, which sits at the edge of the fern-dappled woods around his cabin.
Marty's Goldenaires wins first place at drum corps competition
Ontonagon and Baraga counties were the only two western Upper Peninsula counties to see unemployment rates improve in July, according to the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget.
Upper Michigan unemployment up slightly in July
The July unemployment rate in Upper Michigan rose to 8.5%, up by 0.2% compared to June.
Angel Mission seeks donations for Backpack Program
Before we know it, kids will be heading back to school. For some families, it may be difficult to buy all the supplies required.