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.

The money will be used to help make the campus a home for Bay athletics.

Thursday evening the city council voted to removed a ban on bikes on downtown sidewalks.

The Bergonzi String Quartet played Thursday evening at the Immaculate Conception Church.

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

Public gets an inside look at 'One Marquette Place'

Summer Solstice Vendor Fest enjoys good turnout in Marquette

Ribbon cutting for Trillium House in Marquette

River Valley Bank trains employees to recognize dementia

Easy outfits for moms on-the-go

U.S. Geological Survey collecting aerial data in the Upper Peninsula

Music on Third Street kicks off in downtown Marquette

Classic board game gets Escanaba twist

Colorful kites decorate Rosewood Walkway in Marquette

LoyalTees in Marquette starts 'We Raise UP' to help Keweenaw flood victims

Fifth Marquette Trails Fest kicks off Friday

Lego selects MARESA educator for Master Education program

Much needed X-ray services to come to Gwinn's Upper Great Lakes Family Health

Senator Stabenow announces support for downtown Marquette business

Flood damage demands long hours from cleanup crews

Houghton County finishes damage cost assessment

Gov. Snyder adds Gogebic County to disaster declaration due to flooding

UPDATE: M-26 reopened after flood damage, M-203 remains closed

UPDATE: Funeral arrangements made for boy who died from flood based injuries

Schuette: OK2SAY releases 2017 Annual Report

Jo-Kay Corral in Negaunee offers summer fun on the farm

Gov. Snyder signs eighth budget to improve Michigan

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