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Meeting held to discuss affordable housing issues in Alger County


Hancock City Council opts out of allowing recreational marijuana sales


Instacart launches same-day grocery delivery service in Marquette area


Gulliver man dead after single vehicle crash in Doyle Township


NMU Police investigating reports of inappropriate, unwanted contact near campus


Joe of Joe's Cakes to host 'Winner Cake All' viewing party on Monday


20th annual U.P. 200 Sled Dog Race coming up next month


U.P. Health System donates $10,000 to Noquemanon Ski Marathon


Upper floor of Peter White Public Library closed Thursday and Friday for renovations


Family Art Night this Friday at HOTplate


Peter White Public Library Youth Services Programs back up and running


Police: Foul play not suspected in death behind Iron River store


No injuries in Calumet car fire


Finlandia University announces partnership with Beihai College in China


Portage Health Foundation announces 2019 Community Health Grants Program


NMU welcoms students back with Snowfest


Marquette ready for annual art awards


Marquette City Commission gets in-depth look at Parks and Recreation master plan


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Why older adults should eat more protein

Older adults need to eat more protein-rich foods when they’re trying sick or to lose weight, experts recommend.

Melissa Etheridge to sing national anthem at Chiefs-Patriots game

The rock star and lesbian icon hails from Kansas and says she was “raised a Chiefs fan.”

14-year-old with airsoft gun shot dead by Arizona police officer

The weapon found near the unidentified 14-year-old was a replica 1911 model airsoft gun, which police believe was stolen from the car.

Newspaper apologizes to family for not publishing mother's anti-Trump obit

“Her passing was hastened by her continued frustration with the Trump administration" was the line the Louisville Courier Journal took issue with.

This Air Force officer's life changed when she converted to Islam

Many Muslims in the Air Force hide their faith to avoid harassment. Because of this, the majority of openly-practicing Muslims are converts—they entered the military as one faith and switched to Islam.