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by Peter Jakey-Managing Editor
Members of the Presque Isle Election Commission approved petition language May 9 to recall Onaway mayor Gary Wregglesworth, as well as commissioners Chuck Abshagen and Jessie Horrocks.
That gave the green light to the group Citizens for a Safer Community to collect signatures and put the question on the November ballot.… Read Full Story
by Angie Asam-Staff Writer
The new $4 million Manitowaoc 16000 crane with a 440-U.S.-ton capacity and 315-foot boom purchased through a $2 million grant from the Michigan Strategic Fund is in place at the Port of Calcite. Moran Iron Works (MIW) employees are currently undergoing training to operate the new equipment.… Read Full Story
Consumers Energy signed a $19 million contract Feb. 1 with Moran Iron Works (MIW) for the fabrication of clean-air equipment for the utility’s power plants.
The agreement is part of Consumers Energy’s participation in Pure Michigan Business Connect (PMBC), a public-private initiative developed by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), which connects Michigan companies with opportunities to help them grow and expand.… Read Full Story
Firefighters from Rogers City and Posen were on the scene of a structure fire on the 400 block of North Third Street in Rogers City. The building housed several apartments and was the longtime home of Jack’s Barbershop on the lower level.… Read Full Story
Ride along with Advance editor Richard Lamb onboard the Team RV airplane during the 2012 Nautical City Festival in Rogers City. Hang on!… Read Full Story
A special bell ringing ceremony in the Rogers City High School gymnasium commemorated a tragedy which shaped the history of the area. David Erickson, of the Great Lakes Maritime Lore Museum in Rogers City, led the event 50 years after the sinking of the ship which claimed 33 lives in November of 1958.… Read Full Story