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A Beginner’s Gaze into May’s Graze Craze

The Eastern Upper Peninsula (EUP) of Michigan has some of the largest open fields in the entire UP.Most of these fields were cleared of trees many years ago and are actively managed as pasture or cutand baled as hay for cattle and other ruminants. The fine grained, and slow draining, […]

Joe Shawhan signs up for 3 more years with Michigan Tech

He has a lengthy association with Division 1, National Collegiate Athletic Association hockey, one which will continue for a while yet. Sault Ste. Marie native Joe Shawhan has signed a three-year extension to carry on as head coach of the Michigan Tech Huskies of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. The […]

May 3, 2021

Emery Arnold McKelvie, Jr.08/30/1990Snowmobiles – Operate Under the InfluenceFines and costs $87093 days, credit 1, balance held in abeyanceSign releasesNo alcohol, controlled substance, marijuana, THCNo bars/taverns/casinosTest on demand80 hours community serviceAssessment and recommendationsSnowmobile privileges suspended 12 months Kevin Thomas Jakubczak02/09/1992ORV-OUILFines and costs $75093 days, serve 3, balance suspended80 hours community […]

Graduation Ceremony Flexibility Bills Pass Divided House, Senate

Republicans on Wednesday passed similar bills, largely along party lines in both legislative chambers, which seek to exempt high school commencement ceremonies from emergency epidemic orders – marking the latest round of policy debate over coronavirus pandemic restrictions. Passing the Senate by a 21-15 vote was SB 335, which would exempt […]

F. Elaine Perron

F. Elaine Perron, age 92, of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, peacefully passed away early Sunday morning, April 25, 2021, with her children by her side, under the care of McLaren Hospice in Petoskey, Michigan. Elaine was born on October 7, 1928 in Munising, Michigan to the late Clifford and Ruth […]