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Police search for suspects involved in two shootings in Superior Township
SUPERIOR TOWNSHIP, MI - Police are searching for suspects involved in two shootings several blocks from each other on Tuesday in Superior Township.A 30-year-old resident was shot and taken to the hospital after Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office deputies responded at 3:35 p.m. Nov. 13, to the 8900 bl
Newberry News | Weekly newspaper serving Luce County, western Mackinac County, and parts of Schoolcraft and Chippewa Counties
In my haste to leave for an out-of-state doctor’s appointment, I failed to add your election essay, which was sent to me on time. My oversight was potentially detrimental to your campaign, and for this you have my deepest apology, and I thank you for your considerable grace. Sincerely, James Diem
Trapped woman rescued from van after crash in front of fire station
SUPERIOR TOWNSHIP, MI - Normally, firefighters have to rush out to crash scenes, but on Thursday, Nov. 15, the scene came to them.
Crash closes Prospect at Ford east of Ann Arbor
SUPERIOR TOWNSHIP, MI - A crash scene is blocking a high-traffic intersection east of Ann Arbor.Police were at the scene of the incident about 2 p.m. Nov. 15 at Prospect and Ford roads in Superior Township, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Sgt. H. Eugene Rush said.The intersection was closed.Further infor
Features | Newberry News | Weekly newspaper serving Luce County, western Mackinac County, and parts of Schoolcraft and Chippewa Counties
TRIVIAThe word 'news' did not come about because it was the plural of 'new.' It came from the first letters of the words North, East, West and South. This was because information was being gathered from all different directions.More...
The building of a fox farm
In this photo, submitted by Harold Hamill, William Morden, shown in the middle wearing an apron, and others responsible for building Fox Farm are pictured. The farm was a business venture of George Banzhaf, whose business ventures in Schoolcraft County during the 1920s also included the establishmen
Schoolcraft sheriff ponders future of jail after vote loss
During the election, 1,835 votes (48.58 percent) were cast in favor of a 20-year millage request for up to 3 mills ($3 per $1,000 of taxable value) from 2018 to 2037 on all property in Schoolcraft County to build, operate, furnish and equip a new county jail and to continue the sheriff’s road patrol
Mackinac County Sheriff's Office Weekly Activity Report | St. Ignace News
For the week of November 5 through November 11, the following activity was reported by the Mackinac County Sheriff’s Office:• Deputies responded to 14 property damage crashes, three involving car and...
LUCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S LOG
October 22 - 28 October 22 — Property Damage Accident – 2-car, M-28, Pentland Township. Investigated, report taken. October 23 — Malicious Destruction of Property, West John Street, Newberry. Investigated, report taken.
MI WFO MARQUETTE Warnings, Watches, and Advisories
WFO MARQUETTE Warnings, Watches and Advisories for Saturday, November 10, 2018
Schoolcraft County jail millage fails to pass
MANISTIQUE, Mich. (WLUC) -Schoolcraft County leaders are discussing what to do next, after voters narrowly rejected a jail proposal yesterday.
Community | www.pioneertribune.com | Pioneer Tribune
Communities That Care brings opioid presentation to publicMANISTIQUE – The Schoolcraft County Communities That Care Collaborative will host a community presentation featuring double board certified Dr. Kevin Piggott Nov. 16.More...A gift from FriendsFriends of Indian Lake and Palms Book State Park r
MSP: U.P. woman dies in workplace accident in Mackinac County
MACKINAC COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- An Upper Peninsula woman is dead after a workplace accident in Mackinac County.
Local News | Newberry News | Weekly newspaper serving Luce County, western Mackinac County, and parts of Schoolcraft and Chippewa Counties
Election Tuesday, November 6, 2018Newberry Village President John Dewitt When I was elected Village president my focus was to stabilize Village finances, because you have to survive before you can thrive. Where we were: Fiscal Decline & InefficiencyMore...
Sports | Newberry News | Weekly newspaper serving Luce County, western Mackinac County, and parts of Schoolcraft and Chippewa Counties
Lady Indians Get Set for DistrictsThe last home volleyball match was a battle, to say the least. The Cedarville Trojans ended up bowing to the Newberry Indians October 23 in a set of four games, each one going down to the final wire.More...Eagles Fall to Rockets In HeartbreakerLast Friday, October 2
2018 Election Results | St. Ignace News
Democrat Gretchen Whitmer is Michigan’s next governor, as voters turned cast their ballots Tuesday, November 6. Former attorney general Bill Schuette, the Republican nominee, lost his gubernatorial bid.
On the ballot: Schoolcraft County jail
“The new jail would be updated and continually maintained to the point that it has the updated plumbing, it has fortified walls and ceilings and floors,” Dixon told RRN News. “It was all of the necessary offices that we would need.”
Jail millage fails in Schoolcraft, transit millage approved
During this election, 1,835 votes (48.58 percent) were cast in favor of a 20-year millage request for up to 3 mills ($3 per $1,000 of taxable value) from 2018 to 2037 on all property in Schoolcraft County to build, operate, furnish and equip a new county jail and to continue the Sheriff’s road patro
Michigan Voters Overwhelmingly Legalize Marijuana!
NORML Executive Director Erik Altieri said,“Voters in Michigan sent a resounding rebuke to their state’s failed policy of prohibition and elected to follow a new, more sensible path of regulation and legalization. Instead of arresting thousands of citizens a year for possession of a plant, Michigan
Local election results for Michigan, including Lansing, Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties
Nationwide, this year's midterm elections won't just decide who takes control of the House or Senate. The midterms are seen in large part as a referendum of President Donald Trump, whose two years as president have been tainted with controversy and scandal.