Alger Co. Sheriff’s Office requests info from public regarding drug case
ALGER COUNTY, Mich. (WJMN) – Alger County Sheriff’s Office is requesting information from the public or potential victims affected by gamma-butyrolactone (GBL), also known as “liquid ecstasy” or “cherry meth”. The information request is in regard to a house raid through a search warrant on January 19, 2024, on West Onota Street in Chatham. According […]
Eben Junction, February 22 High School 🏀 Game Notice
There are 2 high school 🏀 games in Eben Junction. The Stephenson High School basketball team will have a game with Superior Central High School on February 22, 2024, 17:00:00 CST.
Man on the Street: An exclusive journey into Marquette’s vibrant music scene (Part three)
Prepare yourselves for another fresh episode of “The Man on the Street,” hosted by our correspondent, Trevor Freeman. In today’s episode, “The Man” engages in an insightful conversation with Jeff Krebs, a key player in the Marquette music community. Together, they delve into the exhilarating experience of being an influential force within this dynamic and thriving scene.
U.P. school issues on Tuesday’s Presidential Primary ballot
UPPER PENINSULA, Mich. (WJMN) — People are hitting the polls for the presidential primary on Tuesday, but there are issues on the ballot across the Upper Peninsula impacting seven school districts. For more information on what is on your ballot, click here.
Restaurant of the Week: Lake Superior Smokehouse Brewpub in Harvey
HARVEY, Mich. (WJMN) – Slow smoked brisket, house-made corned beef, and macaroni and cheese. Those are just a sample of what’s on the menu at Lake Superior Smokehouse Brewpub in Harvey. Owner Scott Arbour bought what used to the Chocolay Brewery and over the last four and a...
Parking lot closure slated in Marquette next week
MARQUETTE, MI— A dredging project will close a Marquette parking lot next week. On Monday, K&M Industrial will be dredging sand from the mouth of the Dead River. The sand will be used to reroute the river channel and restore the shoreline at areas south of the river. The...
Where are you going, Marquette?
INTERESTED COMMUNITY MEMBERS got a look into the future of Marquette Wednesday night when the Planning Department hosted a presentation of the new Master Plan draft. Russ Soyring of Beckett & Raeder, a landscape architecture consulting firm, explained most of the whys and some of the hows included in the document city leaders will use as a tool for managing future growth and development.
Marquette boys’ basketball rides 16-game winning streak into postseason
MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - On Dec. 18, Marquette boys’ basketball suffered a heartbreaking overtime loss to Westwood at home. The Sentinels then had two weeks off, and they’ve rattled off 16-straight wins out of that break. Marquette head coach Rich Ledy said his team’s work on the practice...
Marquette Township Texas Roadhouse holds pre-open charity meals
MARQUETTE, Mich, (WZMQ) – This weekend, Texas Roadhouse will be holding complimentary meals on Saturday and Sunday for the community members who helped make the restaurant possible. Proceeds from the drink sales and donations during the meals will be donated to UPAWS and the UP Whitetails association. Marquette Township...
UPDATE: Police give ‘all clear’ following major police presence at MARESA in Marquette
Police have now given the ‘all clear.’ A TV6 reporter on scene says there was a system error with the alarm system.
Fire Station Cannabis Co. seeks voters for Kindling Community Campaign
The top nonprofit from each of the six counties the Fire Station operates in will get $1,000 each.
Defense for Leon Arnold motions to change bond conditions
The veteran who is accused walked into Marquette City Hall with a gun last month and is still in jail. The defense argued to reduce Leon Arnold’s bond from $110,000 to $1,000 with the stipulation that he would continue treatment at the VA.
Alger County Sheriff’s Office brings back ‘D.A.R.E.’ program
DEERTON, Mich. (WLUC) - A drug and violence prevention program is back in Alger County after nearly a decade hiatus. Alger County Sheriff’s Office Deputy David Dyer is one of two school resource officers on the department. He is the only one trained in the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, also known as “D.A.R.E.”
U.P. Regional Blood Center Has Shortage Of All Blood Types
The UP Regional Blood Center (UPRBC) is experiencing a need for all blood types. The UPRBC has collection sites in Marquette, Hancock and Escanaba and is the primary supplier of blood products to 13 Upper Peninsula hospitals. Additionally, they partner with community organizations to host drives in various locations across our region.
Alarm Triggers Lockdown at Marquette–Alger RESA
An intruder alarm prompted a lockdown at the Marquette–Alger Regional Educational Services Agency building Tuesday afternoon. The alarm sounded at the Ohio Street structure in Marquette at about 4 p.m. Law enforcement responded to the alarm immediately and performed a sweep of the premises as staff and visitors adhered to previously established lockdown protocol. After no viable threat was identified, those occupying the building were safely evacuated.
New UPHS - Marquette CEO: ‘We’re not where we need to be yet, but we’re getting there’
Tonya Darner describes the work she has ahead in leading the major employer and health care provider.
Marquette Police Department reviews technical system alarm error response after Marquette-Alger RESA lockdown on Tuesday
MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - Local law enforcement is currently evaluating Tuesday afternoon’s response to a reported alarm at Marquette-Alger RESA. No viable threat was identified after a couple of hours. The Marquette Police Department said an error with the alarm system at MARESA led to a lockdown and major police presence Tuesday afternoon. Detective Lieutenant Chris Aldrich said local departments are fully prepared for a scenario like this.
Man on the Street: Unpacking public views on Upper Peninsula’s unseasonable warmth
Welcome to our fresh segment, “Man on the Street,” featuring our correspondent, Trevor Freeman. In today’s episode, he explores public opinion on the unusually warm weather gracing the Upper Peninsula.
Jumpers prepare for Continental Cup LIVE from Pine Mountain Part 3
TV6's Iron Mountain Kingsford Bureau Reporter Blake Rierson speaks with a ski-jump coach and athlete ahead of the Continental Cup at Pine Mountain.
Today the gas price is close to $3.31 in Christmas as of 2024-02-22. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.270, a week ago the price is $3.278 , according to AAA.