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Moilanen Stands Mute on Charges

The suspect involved in a stabbing in Hubbell appeared in Houghton County Circuit Court Thursday. Paul Moilanen is charged with second-degree murder for the death of 48-year-old Marcy LaVigne and the attempted murder of LaVigne’s daughter. He chose to stand mute on both counts. A preliminary hearing will be scheduled in …

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What Kind of Hunting License Should You Get?

With opening day of firearm deer season coming up Saturday, those heading out to the hunt should be aware of this year’s changes to Michigan’s hunting license structure. Hunters now have two license options: the single deer or the combination deer license. The single license is applicable to archery, firearm, …

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Schuette to Protest Utility Increase Requests

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is challenging requests for electric rate increases by two utility companies that serve the U.P. Wisconsin Public Service Corporation and Northern State Power have both asked recently to increase their electric rates. Schuette says that if the Michigan Public Service Commission approves the request, a typical …

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