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    1. Man Dies Trying to Spread Father's Ashes in Lake Superior

      WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans4 hours ago

      Robert Louis, 59, died shortly after he and six other passengers fell out of their wooden kit boat near Au Train in Michigan's Upper Peninsula on Sunday, authorities said. Louis ...

    2. ALLEDALE, MI -- On Monday, Aug. 21, people across the country will be watching to see the moon completely eclipse the sun and Grand Valley State University wants West Michigan gazers to be informed ...

    3. One area will have a combination of most eclipse and clear skies.

    4. The last time a solar eclipse crossed the United States — June 8, 1918 — Woodrow Wilson was in the White House and the country had just finished its World War I engagement. On Monday, Michigan ...

    5. REMARK STUDIO in midst of Upper Peninsula revitalization

      Charleston Regional Business Journal3 days ago

      Remark has had a front-row seat to Charleston’s Upper Peninsula revitalization. The landscape architecture firm is a resident and active participant in the area’s transformation ...

    6. The solar eclipse begins at 11:55am today and lasts until 2:55pm. 75 percent of the sun will be eclipsed in the Baton Rouge area during peak viewing at 1:26pm. If you intend to view the solar ...

    7. Village draws crowds at U.P. State Fair

      The Escanaba Daily Press2 days ago

      Steam and Gas Engine Association’s Antique Village during the Upper Peninsula State Fair in Escanaba Thursday. While open for the fair, the village offered a wide variety of agricultural ...

    8. A new multi-use recreational trail is up and running in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Gov. Rick Snyder took an off-road vehicle ride along the pathway during a dedication ceremony ...

    9. Snyder began a tour of the Upper Peninsula on Tuesday by paddling near Munising and later visiting the Pictured Rocks Interpretive Center. Officials are focused on promoting Pictured ...

    10. Nowhere to go but up

      The Mining Journal1 day ago

      Marquette’s player turnout last year was also a bit surprising, seeing how it is the largest school in the Upper Peninsula.

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