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(RRN) Feeding America Distributing 137,000 Pounds Of Food
Feeding America is giving away more than 137-thousand pounds of food across the Upper Peninsula this month as part of the Mobile Food Pantry program. This is by far the busiest month for the program in the U-P, with nine stops planned. In last May’s distributions, there were three stops. The...

(RRN) Governor Meets With President Obama On Flint Water
Governor Rick Snyder issued the following statement following President Barack Obama’s visit to Flint on Wednesday: “The answer to helping the people of Flint as quickly as possible is to break through political barriers and find a way to work together, which is why I was pleased to meet with President Obama today to...

(RRN) Delta County Disappointed, Encouraged By Jail Vote
Disappointed, yet encouraged. That’s the dual emotion Wednesday in Delta County after their proposal to build a new county jail failed Tuesday by just 23 votes. Delta County Administrator Ryan Bergman tells the Radio Results Network that losing the election is disappointing. But he says the fact that 2,500 people turned...

(RRN) Powerball Lottery Jackpot Rises To $348M For Wednesday
A lucky player would become the biggest winner in Michigan Lottery history if they win tonight’s $348 million Powerball jackpot. The cash option for the jackpot is about $226 million. The $384 million jackpot is the second-largest Powerball jackpot in the last 12 months. In January, three tickets purchased in California...

(RRN) UP Trout Fishermen Have On-Line Tool To Find Hot Spots
A second round of quality trout streams and lakes accessible to anglers has been added to the Department of Natural Resources’ online Trout Trails application to help with that. Trout Trails is a comprehensive map featuring fisheries biologist-verified trout waters that are often lesser known, but are...

(RRN) M-DOT Promoting Safety During National Bike Month
The Michigan Department of Transportation reminds drivers that May is National Bike Month and May 16-20 is Bike-to-Work Week. Motorists are advised to pay close attention when driving near bicyclists and pedestrians as the warmer spring months lure people outdoors. A number of Michigan roads have bike lanes, plus...

(RRN) Michigan Better Business Bureau Warns Of Vacation Scam
The weather is changing and vacation time fast approaches. Have you been dreaming of visiting a new, exciting place, trying the local cuisine, and experiencing a local tradition? These efforts to get to know a new place and its culture are a part of the fun of a vacation, but you also need to be aware that each unique place has...
 

(RRN) Ishpeming/Negaunee Chamber Hosting Las Vegas Event
Get ready to Viva Las Vegas without having to leave the city limits, because Vegas is coming to Ishpeming! Join the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, May 14th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Red Rock Lanes and Banquet Center for a night of casino-themed fun...

(RRN) ELECTION RESULTS: For Delta, Alger, Marquette Counties
Voters in Delta County narrowly rejected a tax increase to build a new county jail. The proposal lost by just 23 votes…2,523 no to 2,500 yes. It would have been a 0-point-92 mill increase that would’ve raised taxes by $19.9 million over a 30-year period. It would’ve paid for the building of a new jail at the county's service....

(RRN) Bay College President Coleman Hosts Town Hall Meeting
If you have an idea about something new at Bay College, or just want an update on what’s going on at the school, you can show up Wednesday afternoon for a Town Hall Meeting on the Escanaba campus. Bay College President Laura Coleman will be on hand for the meeting Wednesdayafternoon at 5:30 in the Student Center...

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