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In another case, 43-year-old Daniel Summers was arrested last Saturday on a charge of 3-rd degree child abuse.  Police say Summers allegedly caused intentional physical harm to his five-year-old daughter intentionally in February of 2013. The arrest came after an investigation into reports about the incident that surfaced last month.  Police say the victim sustained […]

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Marquette City Police Are reporting the arrest of two Marquette men on separate and unrelated child abuse cases.  24-year-old David Halverson was arrested last Friday on a charge of 4-th degree child abuse. Police arrested Halverson after an investigation into an incident where he left his two-year-old child unattended while taking part in an Ultimate […]

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State Police from the Iron Mountain Post were called out to a single-vehicle accident yesterday afternoon in Dickinson County’s Sagola Township.  Troopers say a car, driven by 59-year-old Russell Westman of Iron River, was westbound on M-69 just after 4:00 p.m. central time.  Westman drove through the intersection with M-95, went into the ditch, over […]

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Marquette County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an SUV-logging truck accident yesterday around 3:30 p.m. on Wright Street, just north of Forestville Road in Marquette Township.  A northbound KIA Sorrento, operated by 18-year-old Kendra Kemp of Williamston, MI went out of control and crossed the centerline into the path of an oncoming Holli Logging truck.  The […]

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1/7/2014 Marquette County, Michigan — Stay informed on-air and online with Sunny.FM. The arctic blast will peak on Tuesday across Upper Michigan. With the arctic blast, there’s school closings and cancellations for Tuesday, January 7th. This is what we have as of midnight, 12am, on Tuesday, January 7th from the Great Lakes Radio News Department: […]

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  Governor Rick Snyder leaves today on a 10-day investment mission to China and Japan. The Governor’s first stop will be in Shanghai where he will meet with senior executives of leading Chinese companies and government leaders to make the case that Michigan offers tremendous opportunities for Chinese businesses looking to make foreign investments and […]

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  A University of Michigan economist says consumer confidence eased in August after reaching its highest level in six years in the prior month of July. According to Richard Curtin, director of the Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers, the August survey indicates that the recent confidence gains have stalled as consumers await decisions […]

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  A new study by Savingforcollege.com cites the Michigan Education Savings Program as having among the lowest expenses of all 55 direct-sold 529 plans in the nation. According to the website’s 529 Fee Study, the program was among only six widely available state-sponsored 529 plans with at least one stock- or bond-based option with 10-year […]

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Marquette, MI – Friday, May 24 – Citizens gathered at the Jacobetti Home for Veterans to voice their concerns on veterans affairs to Rep. Dan Benishek, R-Mich. He listened to specific issues that were voiced with emotion, mostly pertaining to the difficulty and delays vets face in receiving the benefits they deserve. He was attentive […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Cliffs Natural Resources and the Rio Tinto Eagle Mine have entered into a two-part agreement that features a new multi-million dollar fund created to assist community-focused projects in Marquette County and improved rail line mine and mill access for the companies. The Cliffs/Rio Tinto Marquette County Community […]

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