6 hrs ago
Stacy Preiss, Ontonagon County Clerk, issues the oath of office to new county board commissioner Jim Altenburg, of Greenland, on Nov. 25 in Ontonagon.
11 hrs ago
Sloppy and Icy, Then a Cold Blast
The low pressure area that developed off to our southwest is working through the western Great Lakes early tonight.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Heavy Snow off Lake Superior
Lake-effect got going early today as a pocket of very cold air along with a strong disturbance dropped into Upper Michigan.
Iron County Reporter
MI-TRALE posts ORV signs
Michigan Trails and Recreation Alliance of Land and the Environment, , announces that on Monday Nov. 4, they installed the first ever highway Right-of-Way, , signage for ORV travel in the state of Michigan.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
The boy who cried 'wolf' got elected
The state has sold licenses to 1,200 hunters, who will kill as many as 43 wolves -- out of a population of 658 -- in three Upper Peninsula hunting zones.
Rifle used to quiet argument
At 4:05 a.m. Sunday, the Ontonagon County Sheriff's Department was called to a residence in Mass City.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Winter chill to blast Upper Michigan
As a result, daytime highs across much of Upper Michigan will fall short of what we normally expect for an overnight low for this time of year.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
MLive Media Group: Wolf ends don't justify means
Wolves are stealthy. Those who set our public policy cannot be. Michigan is on the verge of its first-ever licensed hunt for wolves, a species that teetered on the edge of eradication just two decades ago.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
DNR: Farm Losses Not Primary Reason For Wolf Hunt
A western Upper Peninsula farmer's heavy livestock losses are not the primary reason for the first wolf hunt in Michigan since the animal was placed on the endangered species list nearly four decades ago, officials said Friday.
American Idol finalist to perform at Historic Ironwood Theatre tonight
American Idol season 10 finalist Casey Abrams arrived in Ironwood Thursday night in preparation for the annual HIT Idol Show at the Historic Ironwood Theatre.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Lansing State Journal
DNR: Farm losses not primary reason for wolf hunt
State officials say the decision to establish a wolf hunting season in Michigan was not influenced primarily by a large number of livestock losses on a western Upper Peninsula farm.
Tue Nov 05, 2013
John Koski, Part 2: See how Michigan is cracking down on the cattle farmer with the most wolf attacks
It is May 16. The cattle are covered with wood, according to a report. They were supposed to have been buried by law within 24 hours.