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(RRN) Body Of Missing Man Found In Northern Marquette County
The search for a missing Upper Peninsula veteran has come to a sad end. Michigan State Police say that the body of 33-year-old Joseph Waisanen was found in a wooded area of Powell Township in northern Marquette County early Friday morning. A camper came across his body after going for a hike, and called...

(RRN) Radio Results Network Buys Marquette Eagle Radio Group
The Radio Results Network is getting larger. It was announced today that the company is purchasing the Eagle Radio Group, which includes Eagle 107.3 in Escanaba, 94-point-9 The Bay in Marquette, Yooper Country 96-point-7 in Marquette, and 100-point-3 the Point, also in Marquette. AMC Partners LLC...

(RRN) Superior Health Foundation Doles Out $82K In Grants
The Superior Health Foundation awarded more than $82,200 in health-centered grant funding at its Spring Grants Celebration on Thursday evening at the Holiday Inn in Marquette. The Awards Celebration was sponsored by 44 North. The Superior Health Foundation, a conversion foundation formed...

(RRN) DNR Says Upper Peninsula Wolf Population Stays Steady
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife division officials said Thursday the size of the state’s wolf population has not changed significantly since the last survey was conducted in 2014. DNR wildlife researchers estimate there was a minimum of 618 wolves in the Upper Peninsula this winter. The 2014 minimum...

(RRN) McBroom FOIA Legislation Gets House Committee Hearing
A hearing was held in Lansing yesterday to discuss legislation that tries to make state government more transparent. It was introduced by Upper Peninsula State Representative Ed McBroom, who is the chairman of the House Oversight and Ethics Committee. His latest attempt at this legislation...

(RRN) Adopt-A-Highway Pick-Ups Begin Saturday Across U.P.
Volunteers will spread out alongside Upper Peninsula highways this weekend and next to pick up trash left behind by inconsiderate people. The annual Adopt A highway program is under way again, with groups volunteering to pick up garbage alongside highways…and in exchange, they get a...

(RRN) Sen. Casperson 'Legal Fee' Bills Pass Senate Committee
Legislation that would end the unfair advantage that state agencies have in court and administrative hearings took another step forward Thursday. The state's leading small business organization, the National Federation of Independent Business, urged the Senate Committee on Elections and...

(RRN) Heart Association Supports High School CPR Legislation
The American Heart Association testified at a House Education Committee hearing Thursday in support of a bill that would ensure all Michigan students learn the life-saving skill of CPR before graduation. “Families and healthcare professionals across the state are eager for lawmakers to take action on t

(RRN) Schuette Pleased With Fed Decision On Oil In Pipeline
On April 15, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette called on U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to deny Plain LPG from running oil through the 98-year-old pipeline running under the St. Clair River. On Thursday, he issued the following statement on Plains LPG withdrawing their request to transport petroleum..

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