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WAKEFIELD – Opening of Eddy Park in Wakefield Delayed Due to Storms. The city of Wakefield has announced that due to showers recently, the opening of the Eddy Park Campground will be delayed til the 27 of this months. City staff has been working on preparing the grounds for the season, but recent storms have […]

BESSEMER – The 4th Annual U.P. Honor Flight Fundraiser Dinner is tomorrow Saturday, May 21 at the Bessemer VFW. Social hour at 5pm Dinner at 6pm. Menu includes Chicken Cordon Bleu, Pork Loins, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Vegetables, Dessert and Coffee. Cost is $15 all the Proceeds benefit the U.P. Honor Flight program. Guest speakers […]

MERCER – Mercer Chamber Invites Everyone to Participate in Healing Patriots Parade. The Mercer Chamber of Commerce is inviting everyone to join them on Main Street in Presque Isle Saturday starting at 3:50 to welcome Healing Patriots to the Northland, honoring Veterans and First responders. Parade begins at the Fire Department and ends at the […]

PARK FALLS – Every First and third Wednesday of each month, Marshfield Clinic Health System will begin enrolling participants in the Park Falls area in the National Institutes of Health’s “All of Us” research Program. This national program aims to gather data from at least one million people living in the US to accelerate research […]

LANSING (AP) — Both Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Republican-led Legislature are proposing new plans to cut taxes but remain at odds over the scope and immediacy of any relief. The Democratic governor called for a one-time $500 rebate for “working families,” adding to her earlier proposals to gradually repeal a tax on retirement income […]

LANSING (AP) — Changes to Michigan’s crime victim compensation fund to help more applicants get access to funds to pay for medical bills and funeral costs after a crime have been signed into law by Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. Under the law signed Thursday by the Democratic governor, the maximum claimants can get from the […]

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Republicans gathering for the state convention this weekend will vote on setting the party’s priorities for the next year, including resolutions calling for all ballots to be hand-counted on Election Day, imposing the death penalty for people who kill police officers, and opposing vaccine mandates. The resolutions were brought forward […]

IRONWOOD – Health officials in Michigan report 29,267 confirmed and probable cases for the week ending Wednesday, May 18. There is an average daily case count of 4,181 new cases per day. There were 78 deaths over this same time period.  According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, 60.7% have completed their […]

BESSEMER – Bessemer DDA say no to decorative Concrete Along US 2, MDOT will Plant Grass instead.  At the meeting of the Bessemer Downtown Development Authority, the agenda was to have included discussion of laying colored and stamped concrete along U.S. 2 from Mill to Peck Street. The concrete option was preferable to the idea […]

ONTONAGON COUNTY – A fire at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is now 100 percent contained.  The Michigan DNR says crews are mopping up the 2.4-acre fire.  The Fire started Tuesday along the shores of Lake of the Clouds and burned in leaf litter and hardwoods.  The cause of the fire is being investigated.