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Poll: Many youths say high school diploma is enough


Student performance lags on Nation’s Report Card


KBOCC now offering online courses


Gwinn schools' sinking fund proposal won't be on November ballot


Negaunee schools plan to replace buses for start of 2019-20 school year


'Peer to Peer' class increases acceptance, inclusivity at Marquette Senior High School


Marquette Senior High School seniors get high fives during annual walk


Annual Children's Art Exhibition ends Sunday at DeVos Art Museum


Talent Tour: Students learn about opportunities in NMU food service


CAAM preschool screenings begin next month


LSSU announces cannabis chemistry major


Full loan relief rare for students at for-profit colleges


Marquette Area Public Schools honor teachers, retirees at 2018 awards


Michigan State expects its largest incoming freshman class


Bay College Honors Outstanding Staff


Michigan Tech celebrates 2018 Spring Commencement


Northern Michigan University celebrates 2018 Spring Commencement


Mid Peninsula School announces formation of new Early/Middle College


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Gun-rights supporters chanted 'We will not comply' at tense Virginia rally

About 22,000 people attended the rally, 6,000 on Capitol Square and 16,000 outside the security gates, authorities said.

Marijuana is risky for people taking common heart medications

How people ingest marijuana, along with the drug’s purity, are the biggest risk factors, doctors say.

Over a dozen new bills target trans youth, LGBTQ advocates warn

Republican legislators in more than a dozen states are promoting bills that advocates say could “bring devastating harms to the transgender community.”

On the edge of America, census begins in a tiny Alaska town

One reason the census starts early in Toksook Bay is because frozen ground in January turns to marsh that’s difficult to traverse by March.

A Baptist minister, King led the civil rights movement by peacefully pursuing a vision of racial justice. He was assassinated in 1968.