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Roundabout ribbon is cut

LANSING — Organizers of a ballot drive to legalize the use of marijuana for recreational purposes in Michigan .

MARQUETTE — On the cusp of implementing comprehensive medical marijuana policy in Michigan, as a result of the .

Anti-gerrymandering group defies odds with 2018 ballot drive

Sports jobs

Local briefing

Rollover crash causes injuries GWINN — The Marquette County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the scene of a single-vehicle rollover crash .

Police log

Hauswirth named new NTN executive director

Community

Calendar

EDITOR’S NOTE: Information for the Community Calendar should be submitted in writing, including the phone number of a contact person, no later than one week before .

Bulletin board

IHS chorus selling fruit ISHPEMING — Ishpeming High School chorus students are selling fruit to raise funds for an April 2018 trip to New .

Spouses differ on retirement ideas

The calendar

Spotlight

Sports jobs

UP General Contracting celebrates grand opening

Ishpeming Rotary Club donates to Psi Chi

The Rotary Club of Ishpeming made a $200 contribution to the Northern Michigan University chapter of Psi Chi, an international honor society that .

Lady Elks aid food pantry

Econo aids youth theater

Local Sports

Negaunee graduate Dre Tuominen nets 14 points in Bay College men’s basketball win

ESCANABA — The Bay College men continued their winning ways Monday night, rolling to a 91-60 basketball triumph over the Lake Superior State JVs. It marked the .

Packers offense looks to stay in gear vs. Ravens

WIC’s run ends with loss at dome

Scoreboard

Legion U14 Bantam AA icers win title to open season

By Journal Sports Staff MARQUETTE — The Marquette American Legion Under-14 Bantam AA youth hockey team opened its season the first weekend of October by winning .

Bowling leagues

MSHS’ Asmus, Gale honored

Region

Wolf management in Wisconsin would end under GOP bill

MADISON, Wis. — Some northern Wisconsin legislators are proposing a bill that would end the state’s efforts to manage wolves and force police to ignore wolf .

Local homeowners get ready for Halloween

Man arrested on meth charges

Obituaries

Sports jobs


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