Residents can ‘double cross’ Mackinac Bridge


Bridge will be closed Monday morning

The Mackinac Bridge Authority, St. Ignace Area Chamber of Commerce and Greater Mackinaw Area Chamber

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Low salaries, changing views complicate search for new teachers

Taylor Owens

Staff Writer

Local superintendents are in agreement – the pool of new teachers is drying up.

“We used to

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Michigan leans on long-term subs as its schools struggle

Mike Wilkinson and Ron French

Bridge Magazine

One applied for jobs at a county road commission and as an

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Bizon bill would restrict use of kratom

Sen. John Bizon, M.D. introduced a bill last week that would regulate the use of the plant kratom in Michigan.


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Legion marks 100 years with picnic and concert

Local dignitaries take the stage Friday evening, between the picnic celebrating the 100th birthday of American Legion Post 45 and

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DAR rededicates Revolutionary soldier’s grave


Pictured at the rededication of John Quick’s grave are (from left) Joyce Marot, Joanne Rutzen, Lily Cheney, Anne Lightfoot and

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Michigan farm country testifies of widespread crisis as crops go unplanted

One of Michigan’s wettest planting seasons in history forced Doug Darling to leave about two-thirds of his Monroe County farmland

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Weather still hampering some crops

Louis Wierenga Jr. has an empty space is his cornfield where flooding occurred in May.

Hunter Dood

Staff Writer

Local farmers

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