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(RRN) UP Health System Breaks Ground For Marquette Hospital
UP Health System – Marquette broke ground Thursday on its new 500,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art medical facility and 80,000 square-foot, adjoining medical office building. The new medical campus will have an enormous impact on the economic health of the community and will enhance the level of...
 

(RRN) Benishek's Sportsman Rights Bill Passes In U.S. House
Legislation written by Congressman Dan Benishek to protect sportsmen rights has passed the House of Representatives as part of an amendment to S. 2012, the Energy Policy Modernization Act. The language introduced by Dr. Benishek, H.R. 528, the Recreational Fishing and Hunting Heritage and Opportunities Act...

(RRN) Three U.P. Projects Get State Humanities Grant Funding
The Michigan Humanities Council has announced nearly $650,000 in grants to 28 cultural organizations in Michigan under our Heritage Grants Program. These grants will support a variety of projects that use history and humanities approaches to shed light on present-day social issues as they relate to the...

(RRN) Marquette, Forsyth Police Investigate Counterfeit Cash
Police in Marquette County are investigating a phony 100-dollar bills that have been passed at local businesses in the past few days. The Forsyth Township Police Department and the Marquette City Police say the bills are of good quality, but do not pass through the counting machines at local banks. And so....

(RRN) Governor Signs Four Bills To Attack U.P. Meth Problems
The meth problem is a growing one across the Upper Peninsula, and now there’s legislation that will give police and prosecutors more power to deal with the drug. Governor Rick Snyder signed four bills into law Wednesday that will increase the penalties for people trying to buy the ingredients that are used to produce....

(RRN) DNR Says Camping Still Available For Holiday Weekend
Even though many people already have booked their favorite summer spots at Michigan state park campgrounds this season, there are plenty of sites still available throughout the state. The Department of Natural Resources reports campground reservations currently are up 12 percent over last year – a positive....

(RRN) Two Escanaba Veterans Added To Vietnam 'Memory' List
More than 300 Vietnam veterans, including John Louis Anderson and Jerald Clifford Moore of Escanaba, will be inducted into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s In Memory Program in 2016. The program honors Vietnam veterans whose lives were cut short as a result of their service in Vietnam, but are not...

(RRN) Michigan Lottery Offers 'Liberty Play' Giveaway Friday
Michigan Lottery players will have an extra chance to win cash while playing online games thanks to the $10K Liberty Play Giveaway. The $10K Liberty Play Giveaway will award one lucky player $10,000 just for playing online games. Beginning Friday, players will earn entries into the giveaway for each...

(RRN) Schuette Wants To Talk To Veterans GR Home Residents
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette Wednesday encouraged people who have resided in the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans during the last several years, or who may have otherwise been witness to patient mistreatment, to come forward with information that could help his ongoing investigation into the treatment...

(RRN) Free Rides Offered To Marquette For Vietnam Wall Visit
Delta County's Vietnam Veterans won’t have to travel as far as Wednesday's Honor Flight passengers to see a part of the wall that’s been built in their honor…and in the honor of those who lost their lives in the conflict. The Traveling Wall…with the names of those who were lost…is coming to Marquette on June...

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