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Job Fair Offered Tuesday

Workers and their bosses should support each other and contribute to their relationship, said business consultant Denise Hansen.  “They both have to bring some value to the table,” she said. More...

News

Ice Nearly as Far as the Eye Can See: Round Island Passage Still Frozen in April

On a sunny spring day, the shadows of clouds are visible on the white, frozen surface of the Round Island Passage Wednesday, April 2. More...

Thirty Army Corps Dredging Projects Planned to Aid Great Lakes Boating

The Army Corps of Engineers will spend $52 million on 30 Great Lakes dredging projects this year to improve shipping at the St. Marys River. More...

Cancer Treatment Patients Can Take Advantage of Services

The American Cancer Society offers a variety of programs to help Mackinac County cancer patients and their caregivers with its Road to Recovery transport service, Hope Lodge housing, local beauty programs for women, and a free hotline.  More...

Sports

Davenport Continues Hoops Career on Bench

Basketball has been a part of Justin Davenport’s life for more than 25 years. It began in Cedar- ville, playing for the Trojans, until his graduation in 2003.  More...

The First Tee Announces New Class Schedule

Dates of new youth golf classes at the St. Ignace Golf and Country Club this summer will start a week after they were originally scheduled in June. The dates are later than the ones previously published in The St. Ignace News.  More...

Kreski Earns Detroit Free Press All-State Honors

Sophomore Gage Kreski of St. Ignace received Class C first team all-state honors by the Detroit Free Press Sunday, April 6.  In Class D, the Cedarville Trojans’ Dan Stenback was named to the fourth team and Joey Duncan fifth team. More...

Columns

Gender and Geography Balance on Dem Ticket

Michigan Politics

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer, a former state legislator and congressman from Battle Creek, made a politically smart move on gender and geography in selecting Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown, a two-term ex-state representative, as h More...

Engadine Consolidated Schools

Welcome back to our students and staff. Hopefully, everyone enjoyed the spring break and is rejuvenated to finish the fourth quarter of the school year.  More...

Rexton-Garnet

For most of us who are blessed to live in the Upper Peninsula, nothing says home like seeing that last stretch of the interstate, with the Mackinac Bridge looming in the distance. More...

Home Show Opens Friday

The St. Ignace Home Show and Spring Expo will showcase 75 businesses and their goods, and the public can browse them this weekend. More...

Effort Encourages Education

Study: Students, Schools Are Responding to EUPCAN Program

For the past two years, students have shown increasing interest in projects promoting formal education after high school offered by Eastern Upper Peninsula Can Do It! To keep the momentum going and to enable EUP Can Do It! More...

New Look Coming for Tower

The Mackinaw City water tower will soon wear new colors as the Village Council approved a new design Thursday, April 3. The tower’s “Living History. More...

Social

Christopher Pereira, Catelin Dziuba to Wed

Felix Dziuba of Moran and Monica Sterk of Coral Springs, Florida, announce the engagement of their daughter, Catelin Louise Dziuba, to Christopher Anthony Pereira.  Ms. More...

Caley Coveyou

Thomas and Allyson Coveyou of St. More...

Warren and Eleanor Christianson Celebrate 65th Wedding Anniversary

Warren and Eleanor Christianson of Escanaba, formerly of St. Ignace, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary April 2, 2014.  They were married April 2, 1949, in Omaha, Nebraska.  More...

Obituaries

Jolene Hine

Jolene Laura Hine, 59, of Drummond Island, died Monday, March 31, 2014, at her home.  She was born October 3, 1954, to Robbins and Verna (nee Anderson) Bailey in Flint.  More...

Lois Carlson

Lois Margaret Carlson, 88, of Escanaba and Sault Ste. Marie, died Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at Tendercare in Sault Ste. Marie.  She was born May 27, 1925, to Everett and Katherine (nee Crawford) Johnson in Stalwart.  More...

William Beaudoin

William D. Beaudoin, 67, of Trout Lake, was a champion drag racer for many years throughout the Midwest. He worked in the auto parts industry and in construction. Mr. More...


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