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Businesses Cited For Violating Whitmer’s Mask, Other Orders

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) issued COVID-19 “general duty” citations to 19 different businesses with serious violations for failing to uphold safety and health workplace guidelines, potentially putting workers in harm’s way. “The MIOSHA investigations determined that these employers were not taking precautions to protect employees and […]

W. Easterday Ave Milling & Resurfacing

Hyde Street to Industrial Park Drive Temporary Traffic Disruption Sault Ste. Marie, MI — On Monday, September 21, 2020, roadway resurfacing activity will commence on W. Easterday Avenue; Hyde Street to Industrial Drive. This work is expected to take approximately three (3) weeks to complete during which time there will […]

Girl Scouts Adapt to New Reality with New Opportunities

Back-to-school throughout the state looks different for students and families and so does Girl Scouts. School districts throughout the state have made a variety of decisions about how instruction is taking place this fall from all online to hybrid to full in-person instruction and Girl Scouts has adapted similarly. Regional […]

Dozens rally for gun rights outside Michigan Capitol

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Dozens gathered on the lawn of the Michigan Capitol on Thursday to rally in support of gun rights well as to decry efforts undertaken by the state to rein in the coronavirus pandemic – efforts they say infringe upon their freedom. “Today is about standing up, […]

Information needed on dog shooting

Troopers of the MSP Sault Ste. Marie Post are investigating a report of a dog being shot and injured near a residence on West M-80, in Kinross, Michigan. This incident reportedly took place at approximately 5:30 pm, on Thursday, September 17, 2020. It is reported the dog was shot in […]