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Shopko To Close All Remaining Stores

The following press release was issued by Shopko: Shopko (“the Company”) today announced that despite the Company’s best efforts, it was unable to find a buyer for its go-forward business as a going concern. As a result, Shopko will commence an orderly wind-down of its retail operations beginning this week. …

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Want to leave a forest legacy? Federal program can help

The following press release was issued by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources: Landowners who want to ensure that their property remains forested and sustainably managed forever are invited to apply to participate in the Forest Legacy Program. The nationally competitive program, administered by the U.S. Forest Service, uses federal …

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Calumet Teenager Arrested For Knife Attack

A Calumet teenager could be facing charges in relation to an assault with a knife over the weekend. The Houghton County Sherriff’s Office says they received a report of a woman having been stabbed around 4:45pm Saturday. When deputies arrived at the scene on Park Avenue in the Village of …

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Marquette Man Facing Multiple Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges

Story originally posted at https://abc10up.com/2019/03/15/marquette-man-charged-with-multiple-counts-of-criminal-sexual-conduct/ MARQUETTE– After a joint investigation by the Northern Michigan University Police Department and the Marquette Police Department, Caleb Scott Anderson of Marquette has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct in the fourth degree. According to allegations, Anderson would run up …

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Spring weight restrictions expanding to all state roads Monday

March 15, 2019 — The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and local agencies are enacting additional annual spring weight restrictions to protect roads.             Effective 6 a.m. Monday, March 18, weight restrictions will be expanded to cover all state trunkline highways for the entire state of Michigan. State routes typically carry M, …

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