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Body Of Missing Iron River Man Found In Lake

IRON RIVER —A body found in a lake in Iron County has been identified. The Iron River Police Department contacted the Iron County Sheriff’s Office on Monday after a report of a body found in Bates Township. Deputies recovered the body of 47-year-old Jay Luckey of Iron River. Luckey had …

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Patient finds his strength thanks to UPHS Inpatient Rehab staff

The following press release was issued by UPHS-Marquette: Pictured are:Katie Kolbus, SLPRobbie Jo Fezatt, SWEmma Tuskey, OTBrian Jacobson, patientRitesh Tripathi, PT MARQUETTE — There were concerns over Brain Jacobson’s ability to make a full recovery. His whole left side was paralyzed, rendering him immobile. He struggled with his balance and …

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Construction On Roundabouts In Marquette Begins Next Week

Construction on two more roundabouts is set to begin in Marquette Township on US 41/M-28 between Marquette County Road 492 to just west of Brickyard Road, extending the existing boulevard. The project includes replacing signalized intersections with roundabouts at Brickyard Road and at CR 492 near Walmart and Target, along …

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Negaunee Woman Arrested After Police Chase

A Negaunee woman is facing multiple charges after leading police on a chase through a residential area in a stolen vehicle. The Marquette Police Department says the incident began Sunday shortly after 10:00am when a woman driving a tan Ford Taurus ran a stop sign at the corner of W. …

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Bergman Calls For Unity Following Mueller Report

Congressman Jack Bergman is calling the findings of no collusion between President Trump and Russia great news for the country. Special Council Robert Mueller released his report Sunday and no further indictments are expected at this time. Bergman said that after “two years and tens of millions of dollars later, …

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House Committee Holds Hearing on Cambensy Mining Bill

An Upper Peninsula lawmaker is pushing a bill she sponsored in order to guide sound, long-term mining policy in the state. State Representative Sara Cambensy of Marquette testified Wednesday at a House Committee hearing on her proposed Mining Bill. Cambensy’s House Bill 4227 seeks to strengthen and develop a sustainable …

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Bills To Make State Government More Transparent Passes House

A bipartisan plan to make state government more accountable to the people of Michigan is being supported by Representative Greg Markkenen. The Hancock Republican said the State House unanimously approved the multi-bill proposal Tuesday, a package he co-sponsored. “A government cannot effectively serve its people unless it is transparent,” Markkanen …

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