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Houghton County flood survivors have hope

"It just was the most insane thing you've ever seen in your life," said Bethany Jones, just one of several home owners to escape devastating flash floods and mudslides June 17. Jones and her family were in their home on East Second Street in Ripley when the storm hit. Soon after, they were surrounded by raging currents more than 100 feet wide and up to 20 feet deep.


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State parks remain open while the cleanup continues



Three golfers from the Symetra tour paid a visit to some area youth on Wednesday.


UPDATE: Clean-up supplies needed; Disaster relief funds established


Proposal to end gerrymandering in Michigan headed to November vote


Art begins to pop up for Marquette's 4th Annual Art Week


Flood insurance not required for most of Houghton County; Residents face losses


ATV trails closed due to damage from floods


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How to look out for disaster artist scams


Community works together to feed road workers, emergency personnel



NMU working to bring rural school districts together


Plea agreement reached for teen arrested for Criminal Sexual Conduct


Babycakes now offering shipping anywhere in the U.S.


Stabenow, Peters, Bergman ready to support flood-damaged communities in the UP


Michigan DNR to mobilize Incident Command Team at F.J. McLain State Park


Houghton County Emergency Response Team discusses flood relief efforts


Michigan Army National Guard Soldiers set to assist in Houghton Recovery


Gwinn teachers organize summer literacy pop-ups with STEAM activities


Munising Memorial Hospital awarded $65,000 grant for school based clinics


DNR conducts fish survey on Beaver Lake


Road repairs make progress after flood damage


MSP Negaunee Post holds annual open house


Summer Lunches being offered in Negaunee


Crews respond to small wildfire in Luce County


County Road 601 closed at Black River due to washout


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