Marquette Mich. (WZMQ)- Bluff Street and Mcclellan street in Marquette will be repaved soon. Currently the roads are being repaired during the city’s annual road maintenance projects. The roads are being repaired periodically in order to maximize the lifetime of the road. If the city does not perform the preventative maintenance the roads will deteriorate […]
LANSING, Mich. (MDE) – A majority of Michigan school districts showed improvement in their spring 2022 statewide test results over the previous year’s results, but continued improvement with the support of the fiscal year 2023 budget is required to address unfinished learning in the pandemic, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) reported today. In the […]
Governor Whitmer was touting her recently signed 76 billion dollar budget while touring the UP last week. The governor made stops in Marquette and at the UP State Fair. She highlighted multiple Upper Peninsula projects that are mentioned in the budget. That includes a new 34 million dollar D-J Jacobetti Home for Veterans and $9,150 […]
Results are in from the Primary Elections held yesterday in michigan. Tudor Dixon won the GOP primary election for Governor and will face off against incumbent Governor Gretchen Whitmer in Novembers general election. Bob Lorinser ran unopposed for the Democratic nomination in the 1st Congressional district and will take on incumbent Republican Congressman Jack Bergman. […]
Monday morning the Michigan Court of Appeals Ruled that the bar on enforcing Michigan’s dormant 1931 Abortion ban does not apply to county prosecutors.
In May the city of Marquette implemented a change to their city garbage collection policy. As shortages of supplies continue to spread across all industries the city has found in impossible to find more of the Green city branded bags residents have had to purchase in the past in order to have their garbage collected […]