Tuesday March 13 to Monday March 19, 2012 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Algoma Traditional Music, Dance, and Arts Family Camp 2012 will take place from August 11 to August 18, 2012. Reserve your place today!
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Learn why your family member must have their special needs addressed in an estate plan! It really isn’t an option you want to overlook! As advocates for those with special needs, we understand the total dedication and unconditional love of those involved in the lives of family members with special needs. Even so, without ef¬fective estate planning for their truly […]
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan… Each year, over 10,000 Michigan citizens who might otherwise bring a dispute before a judge or magistrate will resolve their disputes through mediation services supported by the Community Dispute Resolution Program (CDRP). Mediation, as offered through CDRP Centers, is a voluntary process in which two or more parties meet with a trained neutral mediator and together find […]
Longtime Curtis resident, Jo Ann Swisher, 63, died Tuesday afternoon February 21, 2012 at Golden Leaves Living Center in Newberry. Born May 1, 1948 in Manistique, daughter of the late Archie & Eva (White) Moe, Jo Ann was a 1966 graduate of Engadine High School. On July 1, 1966, she married Ronald Swisher in Germfask. During her lifetime, she was […]
Please join the Ambassador Club or “Red Coats” for the first Ribbon Cutting event of 2012 at Blumark — a one-stop financial consulting firm created by former team members from KPMG, American Express and other global financial firms. The Sault Ste Marie Blumark – Henry Guzzo Office, will have a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House on Wednesday, February 29 […]
USFWS BIOLOGIST WILL DISCUSS SEA LAMPREY AT SOO SPORTSMEN MEETING SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fishery Biologist Gregory Klinger will discuss sea lamprey biology and control methods during a meeting of the Soo Area Sportsmen’s Club at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Sault Area Middle School Library. The meeting is open to […]
The capacity crowd at the Sault Area Chamber of Commerce 123rd annual banquet and awards dinner enjoyed a great evening of fun and entertainment. Guest speaker, Michael Moll, whom serves as the Protective Security Advisor (PSA) for the Grand Rapids, Michigan District discussed cases of Pre-Operational and Hostile Surveillance at Critical Infrastructure sites in Michigan as well as the methodology […]
Last nite the Soo High Hockey team played Traverse City Central and won 5-4. They celebrated the evening with Pink in the Rink which was sponsored by Dr. Amy Bolmer from Chippewa Medical and Associates. The team plays Traverse City West on Thursday in TC. and then Starts Pre Regional Play on Monday February 27th against Cheboygan at 6pm. Picture […]
VETERAN PITCHMEN – Lake Superior State University students that comprise the working group, Superior AquaSystems pose for a team photo after landing the Judge’s Choice award at the Michigan Clean Energy Venture Challenge, held Feb. 17 in Ann Arbor, Mich. The team pulled together expertise in fisheries management, engineering, and marketing to float a business plan to develop ultra efficient, […]
Candidates attacking workers while Lansing politicians ban collective bargaining for graduate employees LANSING – With Michigan’s presidential primary one week away, today Michigan workers called on the candidates and state politicians to stop their attacks on workers’ collective bargaining rights. Mitt Romney recently promised to “battle unions” that represent Michigan autoworkers, and Rick Santorum has said he doesn’t feel “warm […]
William J. “Jay” Smith, age 92, of Pickford, Michigan, died February 19, 2012 at War Memorial Hospital Long Term Care Hospice in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. He was born June 27, 1919 in Dryburg, Michigan to Fredrick Herbert and Ellen Gertrude (Wilson) Smith.
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – Lake Superior State finishes regular-season play with a pair of road games at the Barry Events Center in Marquette, Mich. The Lakers will play Northern Michigan in hopes of winning the Father Cappo Cup for the third straight year. The Lakers lead in total-goals competition, 7-5, after splitting a December home series against the Wildcats. […]
Kathleen Sharon Brady, age 75, of Drummond Island, Michigan, died Friday, February 17, 2012 in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. She was born May 28, 1936 in Mishawaka, Indiana, the daughter of Ivan G. and Suelette R. (Campbell) Brady.
The Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District would like to thank the following businesses/organizations/individuals for their support of the recent EUP Regional Michigan History Day: A Cut Above the Rest Alpine Chocolate Haus Guido’s Premium Pizza Mayor Tony Bosbous Soo Historical Society Sovereign Communications Emily Asbenson – Michigan Historical Society Lake Superior State University – Cisler Center Staff Judges We’d […]
The Eastern Upper Peninsula’s Michigan History Day competition was held on Thursday, February 16, at Lake Superior State University. This regional fair adhered to the standards outlined in the National History Day program, and winners will have the opportunity to compete at the state-level competition to be held on April 28 at Central Michigan University.