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(RRN) State's Official Christmas Tree Cut Down In Kingsford
Friday may be Halloween, but they were thinking about Christmas on Thursday in Kingsford. That's where the state's official Christmas tree was cut down. The 66-foot-tall blue spruce was donated by Bill and Helen Bjorkman. Helen told Local Three News that she will miss the tree, while Bill commented that the tree...

(RRN) Democrat Germain Campaigns For UP's State Senate Seat
He admits that his candidacy is a long shot. But Chris Germain says he's in it to win it. He is the Democratic candidate for the Upper Peninsula's state senate seat, running against Republican incumbent Tom Casperson. Germain was going door-to-door in Escanaba on Thursday, looking for votes on a grassroots level....

(RRN) Two Arrested On Meth Charges At Ishpeming Apartment
Two people in Ishpeming have been arrested after police found components of a meth lab in their apartment. Officers went to 213 East Euclid Street on Wednesday night and found two "one pots", which are bottles that have the main ingredients for meth inside. There was no active lab going when officers were there....

(RRN) Better Business Bureau Warns Of Election Phone Scams
As Election Day approaches, the Better Business Bureau of Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula is warning of scams. One of them is the "re-register" scam, where they tell you that your name was taken off of the voter rolls, and if you give them your information, they will fix it for you. Then, they use the....

(RRN) Turn Clocks Back One Hour; Be Careful While Driving
We'll be changing our clocks this weekend as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. And that has the state transportation department offering safety advice before we make the switch. Slow down and pay extra attention in your neighborhood, as pedestrians will be harder to see in the morning....

(RRN) Beer Starts Flowing At Escanaba's 'Upper Hand' Brewery
After investing almost three million dollars in building a new facility in Escanaba, Bell's Brewery of downstate Comstock Park is ready to unveil its products made right here in the Upper Peninsula. The "Upper Hand Brewery" has started producing its Upper Peninsula Ale and Escanaba Black Beer, and Pike Distributors picked up its first...

(RRN) Occupational Open House Set Thursday At Bay College
High school students from across the Upper Peninsula will be on the Bay College Escanaba campus Thursday for the annual Occupational Open House. It's a chance for high school juniors and seniors to learn about the various career and technical programs offered at Bay. Those include automotive technology, nursing...

(RRN) Ten Michigan Residents Monitored For Possible Ebola
Ten people in Michigan are being monitored by state health officials for any signs or symptoms of the Ebola virus. How many are located here in the Upper Peninsula? Well, we don’t know, because the names, locations and details on how the people might have been exposed were not released. The Centers for Disease...

(RRN) Iron Mountain Police Arrest Two For Operating Meth Lab
Two Iron Mountain residents have been arrested on drugs charges. Iron Mountain Police say they were asked to check on the welfare of a child at a home in the 7-hundred block of West "B" Street. When officers got there, they found a meth lab. The Dickinson County Prosecutor has charged 34-year-old...

(RRN) Chartier Now Regional Director For Home Care, Hospice
The man who has headed up Marquette General Hospital's Home Care and Hospice operation now has more responsibility. Craig Chartier was named yesterday as the Regional Director of Home Care and Hospice for the new U-P Health System, adding the Hancock operation to the one in Marquette. This move is...

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