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(RRN) Tribal Group Calls For Closure Of Straits Pipeline
The Midwest Alliance of Sovereign Tribes — an inter-tribal organization representing all 35 federally-recognized tribes located in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana and Iowa — called for the immediate closure of Enbridge Line 5 situated under the 5-mile stretch underneath the Mackinac Bridge. The group, meeting in...

(RRN) Eagle Radio Officially Joins Radio Results Network
The Radio Results Network officially added four stations to its network Sunday morning. Armada Media Partners, based in Fond du Lac, announced on Friday the purchase of the Eagle Radio Group Radio Stations based in Marquette and Escanaba. Eagle Radio operates stations 94.9 “The Bay”, "Yooper Country" 96.7....

(RRN) Bay College Greenhouse Plant Sale Begins On Monday
The annual Bay College greenhouse plant sale will be held Monday, May 2 to Friday, May 6, from 9 AM to 5 PM at the greenhouse (room 116) in the Math Science Building at the College. The sale focuses on native perennial wildflowers grown from locally collected seed. A limited selection of other perennials, as well...

(RRN) NHL Names Marquette's Lakeview Arena 'Hockeyville USA'
Marquette is officially Hockeyville USA. The community and Lakeview Arena have been named the winners of a national contest that saw 85,000 communities enter. The contest was run by Kraft Foods and the National Hockey League, and saw millions of people vote on line through several rounds of voting. NHL Commissioner...

(RRN) M-DOT: One More Week Of Testing At Portage Lift Bridge
Nighttime tests of the Portage Lake Lift Bridge will continue during the week of May 2 as part of ongoing maintenance work. The testing will likely result in brief delays for motorists. The contractor for the Michigan Department of Transportation suspended test lifts this weekend to avoid traffic impacts during Michigan Tech...

(RRN) Northern Michigan University Board Approves New Dorms
The Northern Michigan University Board of Trustees has approved housing and dining rates for the 2016-17 academic year. The annual cost of a standard double-occupancy room and the “gold constant meal pass” dining option will be $9,604, an increase of $534 to cover inflationary cost increases and maintenance....

(RRN) Michigan Corn Producers Reject Marketing Fee Increase
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development announced that Michigan's corn producers have voted down a proposed increase to the assessment they pay to support activities for the Corn Marketing Program of Michigan. The proposed amendments would have increased the assessment...

(RRN) Lake Superior State Univ. Looking For Public Comments
As it prepares for an evaluation by a team that will determine its status as an accredited institution, Lake Superior State University is seeking comments from the public about its mission and goals. A team with LSSU’s regional accrediting agency, the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association....

(RRN) Escanaba Scouts Help Plant Trees In Park For Arbor Day
Friday was Arbor Day, a day set aside to remember the importance of trees in our lives. In Escanaba, the city held uts annual Arbor Day ceremony in Ludington Park. Local Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and Cub Scouts helped to plant three new trees inside the park. City workers helped....

(RRN) Sen. Peters Wants National Forest Program Reauthorized
U.S. Senator Gary Peters on Friday joined a bipartisan group of Senators urging Senate leaders to work to reauthorize the Secure Rural Schools program for Fiscal Year 2016. SRS helps pay for schools, roads, forest health projects and emergency response services in rural counties that include national forest...

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