The Michigan Legislature on Tuesday gave final approval to contentious “right-to-work” legislation, in the face of raucous protests in the capital and stern warnings from Democratic lawmakers. “There will be blood, there will be repercussions,” State Democratic Rep. Douglas Geiss, speaking on the House floor on Tuesday, warned ahead of the votes. The final votes on the House side Tuesday [...]
SAULT STE. MARIE – The City of Sault Ste. Marie has once again been recognized for its work to foster entrepreneurial...
ESCANABA – The Sault High Blue Devil hockey team continues to play well, and remained unbeated on Wedneday night,...
By SCOTT NASON (email@example.com) EUP News Contributor RUDYARD – All in! Head Coach Barry Butler came up...
By CIARA KRANTZ Editor-in-Chief, EUP News Luck has hit a resident of the EUP! Wednesday night, November 28th, a $10,000 winning Powerball ticket was sold to an individual at the Pickford Market. Employees at the market stated that this is not the first time they have sold winning tickets. Last year, a woman won $1500 off the 3-digit lottery and [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT NASON (firstname.lastname@example.org) EUP News Contributor SAULT STE. MARIE – The Soo Eagles completed a sweep of the Springfield Jr. Blues on Saturday night, as Alex Robert scored a goal with just under five minutes to play in the contest, to capture the 2-1 victory, in front of 627 fans at Pullar Stadium. The Eagles defeated the Jr. Blues [...]Read more ›
Sault Ste. Marie, MI – Tickets to see the Oak Ridge Boys 40th Anniversary Tour, April Wine-Sweet-Head East, and B.B. King go on sale starting Monday Dec. 3. These acts, along with the recently announced Queensryche coming to Kewadin Jan. 12, are the first to be announced for Kewadin’s 2013 entertainment line up. “We’re looking to bring our guests a [...]Read more ›
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – Lake Superior State University is once again welcoming members of the community who are interested in traveling to China this summer as the “fun” part of a study abroad program that it is offering to students. Students will study at Beijing University of Technology from May 6 and then will join community members taking part [...]Read more ›
SAULT STE. MARIE – The Soo Eagles will be at home this Friday and Saturday night, as they host the Springfield Jr. Blues, for the first time this season at Pullar Stadium. Game time is 7:30 p.m. both nights. These two teams met earlier this month in Springfield, Illinois. The Jr. Blues defeated the Eagles, 5-3 in the first game [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT NASON EUP News Contributor The 2012-13 National Hockey League season is on life support. Last weekend, the league announced the latest round of cancellation, eliminating all regular-season games through December 14, as well as the All-Star Game in Columbus, Ohio on January 27. Almost 35% of the season has been wiped out, including the Winter Classic slated for [...]Read more ›
Girls on the Run gearing up for its fifth season A powerful program that uses running as a conduit to build self-esteem and improve the emotional and physical health of Eastern Upper Peninsula girls is currently recruiting coaches for the spring 2013 season. Girls on the Run of the Eastern Upper Peninsula (GOTR) is in search of women who are [...]Read more ›
(SAULT STE. MARIE, MI) Like a visit from an old friend, organizers are feeling excited and nostalgic about the return of Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball to Sault Ste. Marie next July. By the time the hoops and nets grace Ashmun Street, it will have been 18 years since the family-friendly event was held in Chippewa County. A combined effort of [...]Read more ›
The Chippewa Theater Guild presents: The Chippewa Theater Guild is announcing AUDITIONS for the comedy, “Fools”, written by Neil Simon and directed by Jim Taylor. “Fools” is a comedy about a small town under a curse that leaves its inhabitants hopelessly stupid, and an outsider who hopes to break the curse in order to marry a girl from there. [...]Read more ›
By Ciara Krantz EUP News Staff Writer With winter upon us, and average temperatures lower than they have been in previous years, residents of the EUP are starting to turn on their heat, whether it is fuel oil, wood heat, pellet stoves, or electricity. As with all other goods that are regulated by the government, citizens are experiencing a rise [...]Read more ›
DALLAS – Larry Hagman, the actor most widely known for playing oil baron J.R. Ewing on the popular 1980s television show “Dallas,” has died at the age of 81. Family members tell the Associated Press the Texas native died Friday afternoon at a Dallas hospital from complications of a recent battle with cancer. “Larry was back in his beloved hometown [...]Read more ›