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(RRN) Fun Run To Celebrate 30th Anniversary In Delta County
Hundreds of car enthusiasts will be in Escanaba this weekend for the annual Fun Run Car Show, put on by the Krusin Klassics car club. It all starts with a parade through downtown Escanaba Friday evening. Club President Terry Belongie says this year's event is the 30th anniversary, so it will will be bigger, with motorcycles, snowmobiles, race cars...

(RRN) Three Priests, Two Deacons To Be Installed On Friday
Three men will be ordained as priests and two will become deacons during a ceremony on Friday in Marquette. Catholic Bishop Jon Doefler will preside over the ceremony at 3:30 Friday afternoon at the Saint Peter Cathedral. The new priests are Brandon Oman, Brad Sjoquist and Tim Ferguson. The new deacons are Aaron Nowicki and Jernej Sustar....

(RRN) Mead Road Reconstruction Project Wrapping Up On Friday
The Delta County Road Commission is calling the Mead Road construction project a success. Construction Superintendent Van Marenger told the Radio Results Network that the project should wrap up on Friday. He says the road that leads to the NewPage mill was literally crumbling, with huge potholes and cracks. But now it has...

(RRN) Schoolcraft County Fish Hatchery To Focus On Steelhead
There's changes on the way for the folks at the Thompson State Fish Hatchery in Schoolcraft County. The Michigan DNR announced on Thursday that an additional 150-thousand steelhead will be reared at the facility this year, to be stocked in Michigan lakes in the spring of 2016. The DNR already has a capacity of 1.15 million steel...

(RRN) Stabenow Discusses Alzheimer's Legislation In SS Marie
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow was in the Upper Peninsula Thursday to talk about legislation to help people who are dealing with Alzheimer's Disease. Stabenow stopped in Sault Ste. Marie to highlight a bill that she says would create a new care-management planning session for newly-diagnosed Alzheimer's patients. She...

(RRN) Names Released In Marquette County Fatal Accident
We now know the names of the individuals involved in Wednesday's fatal accident in Marquette County. Sheriff's Deputies say that 24 year-old Brandon Doneau of Gwinn died when his SUV hit a semi-truck, driven by 58 year-old Charles Allen of Deer Park, Wisconsin. Doneau's SUV crossed the centerline near the...

(RRN) Dozens Arrested For Selling Hard Drugs On Tribal Lands
Dozens of suspected heroin dealers are being indicted for running one of the largest drug rings on Midwest Indian reservations. A federal grand jury has indicted 41 people who prosecutors say trafficked heroin and other hard drugs from Detroit, Chicago and Minneapolis to Indian reservations in the region. "To date, law enforcement...

(RRN) Lawmaker Suggests Lifting Alcohol Ban For Pedal Pubs
A Michigan House committee may consider a bill this session to allow alcohol on nominal "pedal pubs." State representative Jeff Irwin of Ann Arbor is sponsoring the bill. He says that the current ban on beer and wine aboard commercial quadricycles does more harm than good. The 15-seat bikes currently operate in Marquette, Traverse City...

(RRN) West Gladstone Bridge Closure Will Impact Many In Area
The Delta County Road Commission is about to begin a major project that impact a lot of people in the Escanaba-Gladstone area. They will be rebuilding the West Gladstone Bridge on County Road 420, and people who live on either side of the bridge will have to deal with a detour for several months. Van Marenger is with the Road Commission. He says...

(RRN) Fatal Accident Involving Semi, SUV In Marquette County
There's been a fatal traffic crash involving a semi truck and an SUV in Marquette County. Sheriffs Deputies say it happened at about 8:00 Wednesday morning at the US-41/Kreiger Drive intersection in Skandia when the SUV crossed the center line and collided with the Niagara...

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