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Alpena, Mio, Saint Ignace, Sault Sainte Marie

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St. Ignace City Council Minutes City of St. Ignace Summary of Council Proceedings November 21, 2016 The Regular Council Meeting convened at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, November 7, 2016, in the Council Chambers at City Hall with Mayor Litzner presiding. read more
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In Michigan, Trees Are Being Cleared To Save Forests By Carin Tunney Capital News Service, Michigan State University School of Journalism Foresters in Michigan and throughout the Great Lakes region are destroying mighty oaks and other trees to regrow hardwood forests.read more
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Mackinac Island To Compete Against Put-in-Bay The Mackinac Island Lakers basketball teams will face off against the Put-in-Bay Panthers of Ohio this weekend. The weekend begins with games Friday, December 2, at Mackinac Island School, with the girls playing at 6 p.m. and the boys playing at 7:30 p.m.
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State-reared Muskellunge Enhance Sport Fishing in 12 Michigan Counties This year Michigan stocked 25,740 muskellunge fingerlings in Luce County and 11 other counties to enhance its sport fishery.read more
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Michigan Among States Forced To Deliver the Most Services with the Least Funds By Bridget Bush Capital News Service, Michigan State University School of Journalism Michigan is one of 18 states required to provide the most state-mandated services with the least state funds, according to a recent national report.Michigan local governm
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EUPRPDC To Host Meeting at Sault Ste. Marie December 6 The Eastern U.P. Great Lakes Coastal GIS Data Development project has been completed and the Eastern Upper Peninsula Regional Planning and Development Commission (EUPRPDC) will host a meeting to showcase the finished project Tuesday, December 6, at 4 p.m.
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Mackinac Island By Margaret Doud 847-6298 This weather has been mostly cloudy, with a little rain mixed with snow. We don’t have any snow on the ground. The temperatures have been mild for mid-November. The highlight of the week was the giant turkey on the bow of t
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Ryan, Cece Are LaSalle Students of the Month Heather Ryan and Jared Cece, both seniors at LaSalle High School, have been selected as November Students of the Month by school faculty. Heather Ryanread more
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Local Students Claim Prizes at Regional Science Fair The Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District Mathematics and Science Center held its annual EUP Regional Science Fair for 229 students in kindergarten through eighth grade Friday, November 18, at Lake Superior State University. The following s
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Pickford Honors Students of the Month Students of the Month for October at Pickford Elementary School are (back row, from left) Anna Blenkhorn (fifth grade), Jagger Ackerman (second grade), Sorelle Mota (fourth grade), Hunter Belleville (fourth grade), Morgan Barber (third grade), Mac Collins
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