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Rapid River man jailed for domestic violence

September 8, 2016 ESCANABA — A Rapid River man was sentenced to jail time Tuesday in connection with a domestic violence incident in Gladstone earlier this year. more »»

Bill would allow dogs on restaurant patios

September 8, 2016 LANSING (AP) — Patrons could bring their dogs along while eating in outdoor areas of restaurants under legislation advancing in Michigan’s Legislature. more »»

Senate allows Snyder’s DEQ director pick

September 8, 2016 LANSING (AP) — The Republican-led Senate will not block Gov. Rick Snyder’s pick to lead Michigan’s embattled Department of Environmental Quality in the wake of Flint’s water crisis. more »»

Bill: No human required in driverless test cars

September 8, 2016 LANSING (AP) — Michigan would no longer require that someone be inside a self-driving car while testing it on public roads under legislation passed unanimously Wednesday by the state Senate, where... more »»

End The Silence Walk returns

September 7, 2016 ESCANABA – End The Silence, a depression awareness and suicide prevention walk, is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 10. more »»

Damage prompts disc golf closure

September 7, 2016 ESCANABA — In response to controversy on social media, Delta Conservation District (DCD) Executive Director Rory Mattson spoke to the Delta County Board of Commissioners about the current state of... more »»

Charges pending in robbery

September 7, 2016 MARQUETTE — Three Escanaba men arrested in connection with two armed robberies in Chocolay Township were bound over to Marquette County Circuit Court on Tuesday. more »»

Search for missing angler enters fifth day

September 7, 2016 ESCANABA — The search for a boater who attempted to rescue a fellow fisherman who fell overboard on Little Bay de Noc Saturday afternoon stretches into its fifth day today. more »»

Budget cuts approved by county

September 7, 2016 ESCANABA — The development of Delta County’s budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year continued Tuesday with the Delta County Board of Commissioners’ acceptance of several suggested budget cut. more »»

Prison term in strangulation case

September 7, 2016 ESCANABA — A 60-year-old Escanaba man was sentenced Tuesday to a minimum of a year and a half to a maximum of five years in prison on one count of attempted assault by strangulation. more »»

Jail sentence given for meth charges

September 7, 2016 ESCANABA — A 22-year-old Escanaba woman was ordered to spend 11 months in jail for knowingly being in possession of a meth ingredient. more »»

School days are back

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Search continues for angler

September 6, 2016 ESCANABA — The search continued today for a missing boater who attempted to rescue a fellow fisherman who fell overboard during high waves on Little Bay de Noc Saturday afternoon, according to the... more »»

Manistique road work at midpoint

September 6, 2016 MANISTIQUE — A $4.5 million road construction project, which will replace outdated sewer and water lines in Manistique, is going according to schedule, officials said. The project, which affects a 1. more »»

Woman hospitalized after motorcycle crash

September 6, 2016 NAHMA — A 51-year-old Garden woman was injured this weekend when she lost control of a motorcycle she was driving in Nahma, according to the Delta County Sheriff’s Department. more »»

Trump, Clinton turn to battleground states

September 6, 2016 VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — With Labor Day behind them, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are pushing ahead in top presidential battlegrounds in the South. more »»

Rocking Labor Day

September 5, 2016 ... more »»

Unemployment drops locally

September 5, 2016 ESCANABA — Today is Labor Day, a holiday dedicated to America’s workforc. more »»

Couple serves as grand marshals

September 5, 2016 ROCK — A couple from Rock — honored as grand marshals of the annual Rock Lions Labor Day Celebration — took time out from their volunteering to ride in Saturday’s parade. more »»

Thousands expected to cross bridge today

September 5, 2016 ST. IGNACE, Mich. (AP) — Thousands are expected to take part in a Michigan Labor Day tradition by walking across the Mackinac Bridge. Gov. Rick Snyder will lead the event, which starts 7 a.m. more »»



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