IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tues. May 4, 2021 JML Forestry announces free event series to teach landowners in Northern Michigan about healthy forests UPPER PENINSULA, MI (May 4, 2021) — Northern Michigan is home to more than eight million acres of forestland, most of which belongs to private landowners. With spring approaching, now is a perfect time to consider the health and sustainability of UP forestland. Beginning on Wed. May 19, JML Forestry, a Longyear company, will host a series of free virtual
United States Department of the InteriorNATIONAL PARK SERVICE1849 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20240 Notice of a Study to Determine Potential for Amending the Boundary and Adding Additional Documentationfor a National Historic Landmark The National Park Service is pleased to announce that a study is being conducted on the following property to determine the potential for amending the current National Historic Landmark boundary and providing additional documentation to the nomination: QUINCY MINING
For Immediate Release April 29, 2021 MTEC SmartZone to Continue Providing Vital Startup Services through Additional Support from the State HOUGHTON, MI In February this year, the Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) Board approved a one-year extension of its $100,000 Gateway Representative Business Incubator Grant for MTEC SmartZone. The grant, administered through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), will enable continued support of high-tech start-up businesses based in the Houghton/Hancock
Copper Country Community Arts Center 126 Quincy Street Hancock MI 49930 PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contact: Bonnie Loukus 906-482-2333 4/21/21Copper County Community Arts Center Online Auction The Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock is featuring an online auction fundraiser May 13-15, 2021. Bid on items from the comfort of your home.The catalog may be viewed online now through when the auction ends. There are more than 60 items of art, great goods, and services. New items will
PRESS RELEASE Andrew LaCombe named TV6 News Director Negaunee, Mich. – Marquette native and TV6 News Anchor Andrew LaCombe has been named TV6 News Director replacing Steve Asplund who will be easing into retirement in February 2022 after over 42 years at WLUC-TV6. TV6 Vice President and General Manger Rick Rhoades recently made the announcement. “I cannot think of anyone better to fill the giant shoes of Steve Asplund as News Director than Andrew. The UP is home to Andrew, and we are excited
Calumet Area Trails (CAT) Concept Plan Clockwise from upper left; KNHP Landscape Architect Steve DeLong answers questions from members of the public during a community outreach session in October, 2019, an overview map of the focus area for Calumet Area Trails including some suggested improvements, members of the public provided input and asked questions regarding trails in the community at a public outreach event held on October 8th, 2019.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: March 29, 2021CONTACT: Barry Elizabeth Fink, Pres. LWVCC; email@example.com; 482-4632 League of Women Voters of the Copper Country holding virtual town hall on redistricting processPublic invited to learn about redistricting in MichiganLANSING – The League of Women Voters of the Copper Country is holding a town hall event to educate Michigan voters on the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission’s process in drawing new legislative and congressional maps as part of
Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce906-482-5240; firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 3, 2021 HOUGHTON, MI -- As organizers of the Bridgefest Celebration, we have been closely monitoring the ever-evolving COVID-19 crisis. After careful deliberation, we have decided to cancel Bridgefest 2021, which was scheduled for June17-20th. We feel there are too many uncertainties about the pandemic at this time, and we don’t know what limitations and restrictions we may face again this season due to social