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(RRN) Cabins Re-Opening At Porcupine Mountains State Park
Most of the backcountry cabins and campsites are back open at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. The Department of Natural Resources says the Emily Lake State Forest Campground, however, will remain closed indefinitely. The cabins and campsites were closed July 14th due to...

(RRN) State Launches New Drug Awareness Program For Teens
In an effort to raise awareness among teens, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services recently launched a statewide media campaign to emphasize the health and personal consequences of drug use. To best reach teenagers with this message, the media campaign...

(RRN) Police: Missing Fisherman Found Safe In Gobegic County
Authorities in Gogebic County have located a fisherman missing since Tuesday noon. Our partners at Local Three News say Guy Anderson Senior was located Wednesday at Bond Falls. The Ironwood man was reported missing by family members after he failed to come back from his fishing excursion...
 

(RRN) Elderly Downstate Woman Injured In Iron County Crash
A 71-year-old downstate woman is in the hospital after her bicycle was rear-ended a car Wednesday morning in Iron County. The sheriff says Jane Little of Ypsilanti was riding her bike her bike on M-69 east of Crystal Falls when the accident happened. She is suffering from non-life threatening injuries...

(RRN) Michigan Energy Agency Supports UP Energy Cost Plans
The Michigan Agency for Energy says it supports a plan that will save U-P electric customers about seven-point-three million dollars per year. The American Transmission Company proposal would eliminate so-called system support resource payments for the White Pine power plant in the western U-P....
 

(RRN) Governor Signs Order To Create New Literacy Commission
Governor Rick Snyder Wednesday signed an executive order creating the PreK-12 Literacy Commission to provide policy recommendations and reports on the state’s progress in becoming a national leader in literacy. “Literacy is a key component to student development and achievement,” Snyder said...

(RRN) Cloverland Co-Op Pleased With Presque Isle Rulings
Cloverland Electric Cooperative says it’s pleased with the latest development in the Presque Isle Power Plant controversy. A federal administrative law judge has recommended a 17-million-dollar cut in what U-P electric customers must pay to keep the Marquette plant open. Cloverland C-E-O Dan Dasho...

(RRN) U.P. Congressional Candidates Take Shots At Each Other
The three Republican candidates for Congress in the First District are taking potshots at each other with the primary less than a week away. State Senator Tom Casperson says an ad claiming that Jack Bergman is a political outsider is not true. Casperson charges Bergman was a Washington lobbyist...

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