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Bellin Health proud to sponsor Pine Mountain Ski Jumps

DNR announces $100,000 available in UP deer habitat improvement grants

Finlandia University announces Beihai University of Art & Design as first sister school in Asia

Dickinson County Healthcare System releases restructuring update

SNBT offers relief to those affected by government shutdown

Marquette Breakfast Rotary announces new grant program

LSSU releases 44th annual list of banished words

UPDATE: Name released of victim involved in the fatal crash Sunday night in Marinette County

Legislature grants planning authorization for Michigan Tech H-STEM Complex

Federal Court rejects Menominee Tribe's challenge to Back Forty Wetlands Permit

UPPCO to lower water levels at hydroelectric reservoirs

LARA orders cease and desist order against A2B cab in Laurium

Gov. Snyder signs legislation to continue to increase the minimum wage, provide paid medical leave

Choreographer, composer sought for 2019 Rabbit Island, The Rozsa Center Create Residency Program

'Frostbitten Convention Day' recognizes deal that granted UP to Michigan

Garbage truck catches on fire Wednesday night

Dianda plan to help county road commissions approved by committee

Free access to library services ending for Chassell Township residents

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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.