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City Commission candidates file for election

Tim Eggert April 25, 2019

City of Marquette voters will have a packed field of candidates to choose from in the August primary when they vote to fill two opening Marquette City Commission seats. According to a memorandum...

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Whitmer appoints U.P. resident to BOT, fills vacancy

Tim Eggert April 18, 2019

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday appointed a U.P. resident to the NMU Board of Trustees (BOT) to fill a seat vacant since February. Bridget Summers, of Baraga, serves as Vice President of the...

The North Wind reduces deficit by 20%

The North Wind reduces deficit by 20%

Tim Eggert April 17, 2019

Following a year of extensive debt-remediation efforts including reducing staff hours and eliminating color from the print product, The North Wind expects by the end of the semester to have reduced its...

Caleb S. Anderson was arraigned March 21 upon six counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and released March 25 on a personal recognizance bond. 
Photo by Tim Eggert

Preliminary hearing to be held for man accused of serial criminal sexual conduct

Tim Eggert April 11, 2019

Following a probable cause conference Wednesday, the man accused of serial criminal sexual conduct on the campus of NMU and in the city of Marquette will appear in district court for a preliminary hearing...

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Stabenow accepts invitation to speak

Tim Eggert April 4, 2019

Accepting an invitation from NMU President Fritz Erickson, U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow will serve as the keynote speaker at NMU’s May commencement. “It’s truly an honor to be invited to speak...

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and 109th District state representative Sara Cambensy.
Photo by Tim Eggert

Democratic state officials host town hall

Tim Eggert March 28, 2019

In an effort to fulfill promises of transparency and communication with citizens made on the campaign trail, two Democratic state officials addressed community members about local and statewide issues...

Caleb S. Anderson was arraigned March 21 upon six counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and released March 25 on a personal recognizance bond. 
Photo by Tim Eggert

Man accused of serial criminal sexual conduct released on bond

Tim Eggert March 28, 2019

The man accused of allegedly grabbing multiple women on their buttocks on the campus of NMU and in the city of Marquette was released from Marquette County Jail Monday on a personal recognizance bond of...

NMUPD and the Marquette Police Department arrested Caleb Scott Anderson Friday in relation to multiple reports of 4th degree criminal sexual conduct on NMUs campus and in the city of Marquette. 
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Arraignment set for man charged with butt-grabbings on campus

Tim Eggert March 21, 2019

A man arrested and charged Friday in connection with reports of sexual assault on NMU’s campus and in the city of Marquette will appear in court today for an arraignment. Caleb Scott Anderson has...

Reform free speech codes before executive order

Reform free speech codes before executive order

Tim Eggert March 20, 2019

President Trump teased an executive order earlier this month while speaking to activists at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). During the speech, he mentioned plans to issue an order...

High temperatures and rainfall have caused increased runoff, leading to ponding on streets. A nearly two-feet deep puddle formed and was reported at the corner of Center Street and Ontario Avenue.  Photo by Tim Eggert

Melt and rain increase runoff

Tim Eggert March 14, 2019

Slush-covered streets, the sound of water trickling into storm drains and puddles deeper than a foot. These could be signs of an approaching spring season or the aftermath of the third-snowiest month on...

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Letters claim ‘reasonable cause to believe’ female profs. paid less

Tim Eggert February 28, 2019

The announcement of a lawsuit filed by four professors in NMU’s College of Business that alleges the university discriminated against them on the basis of their gender has raised questions on the accuracy...

NMU alumnus and past administrator dies

NMU alumnus and past administrator dies

Tim Eggert February 28, 2019

A NMU alumnus and former Director of Housing and Residence Life died Sunday. Carl Holm, 71, earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a Masters of Education in Counseling and Guidance from NMU....

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