Annual Parkinson's symposium to be held

The Parkinson's Society of Dickinson County Area will be hosting its second annual symposium on Parkinson's disease Friday.

The ski jump landing at Pine Mountain will be getting a new look. The work to change the landing began last week and is still happening.

The Northern Lights YMCA in Iron Mountain will once again be wining and dining the community. The organization’s fourth annual Corks and Forks event will be taking place Thursday night at the Pine Grove Country Club.

The Moosewood Nature Center in Marquette has come up with a unique way to help raise funds. They’ve partnered with Hudson’s Classic Grill in Marquette for a special dinner Wednesday night.

Gov. Snyder signs legislation aligning state elections, federal case law

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Major renovations planned at YMCA

Negaunee High School hosts Feeding America Mobile Food Pantry

Teaching children to understand, embrace different appearances

Marquette BLP selling solar panels

New Dispatch System Includes Tracking

When picky eating habits continue into adulthood

Ishpeming Police arrest woman for maintaining a meth lab

Jasperlite project to again seek MSHDA funding

Researchers developing take home cancer test

Neuropsychologist speaks on memory care

Pianist inspiring Marquette students, performing Thursday

State trooper injured in motorcycle crash passes away

UP school district rejects land sale over tobacco, alcohol

US-2 Top of the Lake Pure Michigan Byway to be dedicated Oct. 6

Holistic health practitioners join forces

Advisory: International Bridge closing to vehicle traffic during foot races

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Colorado cops search for poop-and-run jogger

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