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(RRN) Traffic Delays Likely Thursday On US-2 In Manistique
There could be some traffic delays Thursday in Manistique. The state transportation department will be removing old overhead power lines from above US-2 at the Traders Point Drive intersection, starting at about 9:00 in the morning. There will be police on hand to direct traffic….so again, at times, traffic will be stopped in that area....

(RRN) Rep. Nesbitt Touts MI Energy Plan In Upper Peninsula
The Chairman of the Michigan House Energy Policy Committee is in the Upper Peninsula, talking about his plan to make the state more energy independent. Republican Aric Nesbitt from the 66th District in southwest Lower Michigan has a plan that would return the state's electric systems to full regulation, rather than the current system which....

(RRN) DNR Considering Walleye Regulation For Ontonagon River
Michigan Department of Natural Resources fisheries officials will host a public meeting Thursday on walleye regulations for the Ontonagon River. The session is set for 6:00 Thursday night at the Ontonagon High School. D-N-R fisheries biologist George Madison says that walleye are one of the top gamefish within the....

(RRN) Five-Year-Old Kingsford Boy Bit By Neighbors' Dogs
A young boy was treated for minor injuries at Dickinson County Hospital Tuesday night after he was attacked by a pair of dogs. Kingsford Public Safety says the five-year-old boy wandered into a neighbor's home in the 500 block of Saratoga Avenue at about 8:00 Tuesday night. That's where the dogs bit the boy....

(RRN) Longtime Marquette Fire Chief Announces His Retirement
City of Marquette Fire Chief Tom Belt has announced plans to retire at the end of this year. Local Three News reports that Belt has had 41 years of service in the firefighting. For the last 21 years, he has served as the Chief of the City of Marquette Fire Department. "In the course of a long and fulfilling career, it has been an honor....

(RRN) M-DOT Shutting Down Most Road Projects For Holiday
The state transportation department says it will suspend work on 114 of its 155 road projects across Michigan, starting tomorrow at 3:00. It's an effort to keep traffic flowing smoothly for the Labor Day holiday weekend. Most of the projects will resume on the morning of Tuesday the 8th. There are, however, six projects in the Upper Peninsula...

(RRN) Special Olympics Community Walks Planned Across U.P.
More than three dozen "community runs" will be held around the state this month to raise money for Special Olympics. Nine of those events will be held here in the Upper Peninsula. The events will include local law enforcement officers taking part in the "Torch Run", which starts here in the U.P. and ends in the Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights....

(RRN) Luce County Boat Launch Closing For Repairs Sept. 21st
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says that the boat launch on East Lake in Luce County will temporarily be closed Sept. 21-Oct. 3 for maintenance. During this closure, the launch will receive upgrades including an improved parking area and installation of a new vault toilet. This maintenance project is funded through....

(RRN) Martinson Wins Bay College's 'TORCH' Employee Award
Lynn Martinson has been named Bay College's quarterly September – November 2015 TORCH Award winner. Lynn is recognized for her work at Bay College as noted in the following: “Lynn was nominated for his award because of the work she put into the Bay College Foundation Audit. She assisted in organizing and automating....

(RRN) Community Action Agency Commodities Distributions Set
The Menominee-Delta-Schoolcraft Community Action Agency Emergency Food Assistance Program has been scheduled for this week. Also known as the quarterly distribution, the program is for residents who qualify by falling within 200 percent of federal poverty income guidelines. Residents do not have to pre-register....

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