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(RRN) Delta County Judge Candidates Debate Issues In Forum
Should Delta County invest in a Drug Court for non-violent offenders, where the offender goes into treatment rather than going to jail? That was the hot topic at Thursday night's forum for Delta County District Court judge candidates Steve Parks and John Economoplous. Parks, the county's...


(RRN) Upper Peninsula Unemployment Rate Drops In September
The Upper Peninsula's unemployment rate fell by two-tenths of a percentage point in September, according to figures released Thursday by the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget. The U-P's jobless rate was 6-point-4 percent….which is down from 6-point-6 percent in August...

(RRN) Rapid River Man Finds 100-Year-old French Bombshell
A century-old bombshell was disposed off by the Michigan State Police Thursday in Rapid River. Troopers from the Gladstone post say the homeowner bought a box of items from an elderly veteran's estate auction. When he got home, he noticed the mortar had started to corrode. He went on-line, and realized that this...


(RRN) State Police Look For Missing Man In Alger County
Michigan State Police are looking for a man who went missing on Tuesday in Alger County. Troopers say that John Michael Hongisto was last seen Tuesday afternoon at his home in Christmas. The 69-year-old man is described as being white with blue eyes and gray hair. He drives a red 2001 Ford short-box...


(RRN) Police Warn Teen Girls To Guard Private Info On-Line
An Upper Peninsula police department is warning young teenaged girls to be careful when talking to strangers on the Internet. The Chocolay Township Police Department says that there's been an increase in on-line "sexual predator type" complaints from kids who use Kik, Ask.fm, and Facebook. Kids are being...

(RRN) MI Attorney General Announces Settlement With AmeriGas
More than 56-hundred propane customers in Michigan will share in a settlement of more than 500-thousand dollars between the state and AmeriGas. Attorney General Bill Schuette reached the settlement with AmeriGas over price gouging allegations after filing a civil suit against the supplier earlier this fall. Schuette says....


(RRN) Thursday Named 'Dale VanDrese Day' In City of Escanaba
Thursday has been declared "Dale VanDrese Day" in the City of Escanaba. Mayor Marc Tall signed a proclamation to honor VanDrese, who retired last week after 25 years with the Escanaba Public Safety Department…and 31-plus years of law enforcement experience. VanDrese is just 52 years...


(RRN) Forum For District Court Judge Candidates On Thursday
The two men who are running for the district court judgeship in Delta County will square off in a candidates forum Thursday in Escanaba. Delta County Prosecutor Steve Parks and Escanaba attorney John Economopoulos are running for the seat currently held by Glenn Pearson, who is retiring at the end of this...


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