Marquette Symphony Orchestra organizing youth choir

Fri Nov 08 07:08:05 PST 2019

Marquette Symphony Orchestra organizing youth choir

Recreational marijuana sales allowed as early as Dec. 1 across Michigan

he Michigan Regulatory Agency issued a bulletin on Wednesday allowing any businesses that are licensed to grow, sell, or process medical marijuana to begin selling recreational marijuana on December 1, 2019, with a state permit.

Hunters in Baraga County are stocking up in preparation for firearm deer hunting opening day

Hunting is a tradition in the Upper Peninsula with local and visiting hunters contributing 538 million dollars annually to the U.P. economy, and the biggest boom is during deer firearm season.

Ladies Night Out in Marquette sees great crowd downtown

The 23rd annual Ladies Night Out in Marquette saw a great turnout Thursday night.

Sister Stockings make Christmas bright for area women

Two local groups are working on making Christmas merry and bright for everyone, one stocking at a time. Thanks to donations from the Marquette Area Mothers of Preschoolers, the Sister Stockings annual project is well underway.


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Santa Clarita, California, school shooting leaves 2 students dead, multiple injured

After the shooting, authorities engaged in an intensive search for the gunman, who was in critical condition after shooting himself in the head.

Judges suspended without pay in shooting at Indiana restaurant

The state Supreme Court said the judges' actions "were not merely embarrassing on a personal level; they discredited the entire Indiana judiciary."

'Horrifying': California school shooting shatters a haven

"I think it's becoming more and more the norm. And it's horrifying for us," says the community's former congresswoman — who attended the school.

Mother-in-law posing as teen catches son-in-law trying to solicit photos from boys online

An investigation revealed that Ryan Budde of Iowa had chat sessions with young boys, where he pretended to be a 15-year-old virgin, authorities said.

New Jersey hits Uber with $640 million tax bill for misclassifying workers

The state says the ride hail giant wrongly labeled employees as independent contractors.