News In The Upper Peninsula
Saturday, October 13, 2012
News Keweenaw National Historical Park celebrates 20 years
HANCOCK — Twenty years after Congress established the Keweenaw National Historical Park, Sen. Carl Levin returned to celebrate the progress of the park.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
News Executive order insures gas deliveries to Upper Peninsula
LANSING — In an effort to prevent a shortage of gasoline in the Upper Peninsula, Gov. Rick Snyder Tuesday signed an executive order to suspend restrictions on the amount of time truckers are allowed to drive to allow them extra time to delivery fuel to the U.P.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
News Memorial tour emotional for U.P. vets visting Washington D.C.
WASHINGTON D.C. — It was an emotional day as the 79 World War II veterans from the Upper Peninsula made their way through the memorials on the mall in Washington D.C.
News WWII vets from the Upper Peninsula visit the memorial dedicated in their honor
WASHINGTON D.C. - There were a few tears, certainly solemn faces and lots of laughs as 79 veterans from the Upper Peninsula visited the World War II Memorial today.
News Honor Flight vets land in Baltimore for Washington D.C. visit
BALTIMORE — Rain greeted the 79 World War II veterans as they landed in Baltimore on their way to visit the WWII Memorial in Washington D.C.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
News World War II vets get ready for U.P. Honor Flight
ESCANABA — Even before making the flight to Washington D.C., many of the World War II veterans making the trip Thursday began remeniscing about their time in the military during the war.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
News Eli Young Band, Thompson Square, Telsa to headline U.P. State Fair
ESCANABA - Two award winning country bands and an 80s rock band will headline the 2012 U.P. State Fair. The lineup was announced today at the Island Resort & Casino.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
News UPPCO customers risk losing electric service
ISHPEMING - UPPCO says nearly 2,500 customers are four months or more behind on their utility bills. Those customers could face shutoffs unless they make payments or arrangements.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
News NewPage asks unions to renegotiate contracts
ESCANABA - NewPage Corporation is asking the unions at all of its paper mills including the one in Escanaba to renegotiate their contracts. AUDIO
Friday, March 9, 2012
News U.P. Boy Scout Council votes to merge with Wisconsin council
MARQUETTE - The Boy Scout council in the Upper Peninsula will be merging with a council in Wisconsin.