Pick and win with RRN
(RRN) National Guard Gets Training; Korean War Vets Honored
Michigan's National Guard is responding to the recent shootings in Chattanooga by holding what it calls "active shooter training" around the state. Guard Director General Gregory Vadnais says he'll take whatever steps necessary so his soldiers can defend themselves. One of the training sessions will be held at the Ishpeming Armory...

(RRN) Dispute Continues Over Garden In City of Ishpeming
An update today on a flap in Ishpeming over use of city property for a private garden. City officials say they did -NOT- order Dan Perkins to remove or destroy vegetables he grew on city land. What the city council did do, says City Manager Mark Slown, was deny Perkins the use of city land for his Partridge Creek Farm. Slown says...

(RRN) Saturday Accident Near Blaney Park May Be Drug-Related
Michigan State Police say that a traffic accident in Schoolcraft County may have been caused by prescription drugs this weekend. Troopers from the Manistique Detachment were called to the scene on M-77 about three miles north of the US-2 intersection near Blaney Park at just after noon on Saturday. Authorities say that 71-year-old Pamela...

(RRN) UPPCO Warns Of Safety Dangers Near Hydroelctric Dams
The Upper Peninsula Power Company urges recreational and fishing enthusiasts to be cautious this summer while around hydroelectric renewable energy facilities. “No matter if you are out on the water fishing, swimming or boating or on land always treat hydroelectric facilities and dams that are part of them with respect,” said...

(RRN) Deadline Set For Qualified Commercial Forest Program
Recent legislation signed into law provides for the combination of agricultural use property with forest use property on a parcel, providing Michiganders more opportunity to enroll under the state’s Qualified Forest Program. The change allows mixed-use landowners the ability to enroll their property under the QFP and get...

(RRN) Delta County Man Dies In Escanaba Motorcycle Crash
There's been a fatal traffic crash in Escanaba. Escanaba Public Safety says it was called to the intersection of Ludington and North 30th Street at about 10:00 Friday night for an accident involving a motorcycle and a vehicle. The driver of the motorcycle was dead when police arrived on the scene. He has not yet been identified....

(RRN) Marquette Township Supervisior Announces Resignation
Marquette Township's Supervisor called a special meeting Friday to announce his resignation. Dennis Liimatta has been a member of the Marquette Township Board since 2009 and his term was set to end in 2016. He has accepted another job and is negotiating his contract with Grand Blanc Townshi. Liimatta told Local Three News...

(RRN) Two Arrested On Drug Charge In Luce, Chippewa Counties
Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team conducted an investigation involving the manufacturing of meth in Luce and Chippewa County. During the course of the investigation, detectives found that two people were buying the components that are used to manufacture meth from several different businesses...

(RRN) MSU Extension Offers Field Day, Free Lunch In Chatham
It's not often that someone offers you a free lunch. But that's what's happening Saturday at the Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center in the Alger County town of Chatham. It's part of the M-S-U Research Center's annual Field Day program. Visitors will spend the morning touring the North Farm’s farm incubator and hoophouses. In...

(RRN) Bay Celebrates 25th Anniversary Of Disabilities Act
Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act. That was the law that assured equal opportunity for people with disabilities to access businesses, employment, transportation, state and local government programs and services. At Bay College, the library has bought new equipment that...

More...


Provided by ABC News
Provided by ESPN

Copyright 2015, Lakes Radio, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy    EEO Public File Report   
This site powered by PromoSuite Interactive