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Well the BCS National Title game was everything that you’d hoped it would be, if you’re anti-SEC like myself.  The NFL playoffs were slightly exciting….I guess.  All I can say is this:  Go whichever AFC team steps up and goes to the super bowl.  I suppose I wouldn’t be too upset if the Seahawks pulled […]

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The Miner machine has continued it’s dominance over the past week going 3-0 between the boys & girls teams.  The boys won in thrilling fashion on Wednesday vs. Ishpeming on a game winning three-pointer by Eric Lori.  On Thursday the girls team managed to keep the excitement level in Lakeview Gymnasium turned up to 10 […]

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The weather is warming up, it might even break 30 degrees this weekend!  Wouldn’t that be something?  We can all come out of our brief hibernation for a time and actually SEE THE SUN!  It’s been awhile, but remember:  The sun is not a monster.  It’s not a monster.  Here are some ideas for those […]

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Last night in Negaunee was the poster child for why sports are awesome.  There was fantastic competition, sportsmanship, high levels of intensity, and respect.  All of these were shown at various points during the game. RESPECT:  With one second left in the first quarter, Tyler Jandron put up a highly contested three pointer that swooshed […]

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NEGAUNEE, MI – Fortunately for Miners basketball fans, the weather has been unsuccessful in it’s dastardly attempts to slow down the Miner machine.  With games only scheduled for the later part of the week, there have (so far) been no cancellations of Negaunee’s upcoming schedules.  The boys have two games this week and are as […]

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Well the Packers lost, my Lakers & Red Wings are struggling, and Michigan Football is in shambles.  Such is sports.  Nobody stays on top forever *cough, cough* Alabama *cough, cough*.  Here’s the week coming up that all of you fine people might be interested in.     MONDAY 1/6 NCAA D-I Football BCS National Title […]

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Governor Rick Snyder is set to deliver his fourth State of the State Address on Thursday, January 16. Snyder’s office announced yesterday that the Republican governor will deliver the speech in the State House of Representatives chamber before a joint session of the House and Senate at 7 p-m. The State of the State Address […]

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State Police are reminding all registered sex offenders that the 15-day address verification period started on Wednesday and runs through mid-month. During this period, state law requires all registered offenders to report in person to their local law enforcement agency, sheriff’s office or nearest MSP post to verify their address. All registered sex offenders must […]

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Officials said overall, it was ”fairly quiet” in East Lansing, the hometown of the Spartans after Michigan State’s 24-20 victory over Stanford in the Rose Bowl on Wednesday. East Lansing firefighters responded to five fires following the game, four of which were couches or other furniture set ablaze in the middle of the street. Firefighters […]

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An Amtrak train was shut down for more than two hours Wednesday after striking a vehicle that was on a set of tracks in metro Detroit. The accident happened around 10 p.m. Wednesday in Pontiac. An Amtrak spokeswoman said the Wolverine passenger train was departing from Pontiac to Chicago when the incident occurred. According to […]

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