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Multi-Agency Water Rescue Training Today in Marquette

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Marquette City Fire Department is letting the public know that they are holding an multi-agency...

Outback Art Fair This Weekend In Marquette, MI

MARQUETTE, MI - (Great Lakes Radio News) - The 19th Annual Outback Art Fair is being held this Saturday and Sunday at Picnic Rocks...

Calendar – Art – Outback Art Fair – July 30-31

Marquette – The 18th Annual Outback Art Fair will be held on Saturday, July 30 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Picnic Rocks in Marquette. Food will be available from T’s Taste of Chicago and the Borde...

Calendar – Holidays – Sunrise Dog Dash – July 4

Marquette – The Marquette Area Fourth of July Committee will host the annual 1 mile and 2.5 mile Sunrise Dog Dash on Monday, July 4 from 7 to 9 a.m. beginning at Picnic Rocks. No streets will be closed for the event and the public is asked to exercise caution while driving in the area [...]

A Follow-up To The Picnic Rocks Graffiti Incident In Marquette, MI

Phyllis Loonsfoot, with the Women’s Center and Harbor House Domestic Violence Shelter in Marquette, MI discussed her thoughts about the recent incident involving pro-domestic violence graffiti at the Picnic Rocks city park. The graffiti, which read “BEAT YOUR WIFE” was reported to her by a concerned citizen, and following the placing of a picture of [...]

Offensive Graffiti Removed From Picnic Rocks In Marquette, MI

Graffiti encouraging domestic violence against women that had been painted on a prominent natural landmark in Marquette, MI was removed by a city crew yesterday afternoon. The graffiti read “BEAT YOUR WIFE” and was painted at the Picnic Rocks city park on the Lake Superior shore on an area of the rocks usually painted by [...]

Marquette, MI Residents Band Together To Send Message Against Domestic Violence

Graffiti encouraging domestic violence against women painted on a prominent natural landmark in Marquette, MI has residents taking action.  Late yesterday afternoon, a call was received by Phyllis Loonsfoot at the Women’s Center domestic violence shelter in Marquette about a message painted at the Picnic Rocks city park on the Lake Superior shore.  The graffiti [...]