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Youth Teams Gather on Bay for Pond Hockey

This story contains a video Ore Dogs of Negaunee took the top spot in the first U.P. Youth Pond Hockey tournament on Moran Bay in St. Ignace. Six teams took part in the tournament that began Saturday, February 28, and concluded with playoff games Sunday, March 1.


U.P. Pond Hockey Grows, for Third Year

This story contains a video The U.P. Pond Hockey Tournament brought a boost to the local economy last weekend, with most motel rooms sold out, restaurants kept busy, and crowds of about 3,000 were entertained as they competed and watched the sports action on the ice of Moran Bay in St. Ignace.


Mackinac Island

This story contains a video Heavy snow blanketed Mackinac in January, creating a magnificent area of well-groomed cross-country ski trails, skating, an ice bridge to the mainland, and great snowmobiling. It has been a wonderful winter for sports. Tuesday, February 10, we experienced a thaw. We lost a lot of snow, and the prediction was for heavy rain.


Technology Cuts Size of EUP Logging Workforce

Regional Trends - Industry

This story contains a video A story in The St. Ignace News' ongoing series bringing our readers fresh perspectives on the top issues facing the Straits area and the Eastern Upper Peninsula.


Crowds Enjoy Wild West Snowsfest

This story contains a video Hundreds of spectators and participants enjoyed sunny weather last weekend during the Wild, Wild West-themed Les Cheneaux Snowsfest in Cedarville. The festival began Friday, February 13, with cardboard sled races, a spaghetti dinner, and a pub shuffle.


'Hooping for a Cure' Game Raises $10,000 for Oncology Department

This story contains a video Pink was the new gold for the St. Ignace Saints and the new green for the Cedarville Trojans, as the two girls basketball teams dressed in newly fashioned uniforms for one game, raising $10,000 in donations at LaSalle High School in St. Ignace Monday, February 9.


Students Learn Math Skills by Counting to 100 Days

This story contains a video Celebrating 100 days of school, learning activities of St. Ignace Elementary School students focused on the number 100.


Bogweier, Mackinac Grille Teams Takes Home Trophies in Frozen Yooper Softball

This story contains a video After nearly eight hours of play among eight teams and about 100 players, Bogweiser of Alpena took top prize in the men's division, beating the Enforcers 24 runs to 8 runs in the finals. Team members include (front row, from left) Steve Glumpski, Mike McQuinn, Brandon Joskolski, Todd Kushoborski, Jim Vivran, Chad Williams; (back) Pat Glennre, Guy Smith, Paul Bennett, Jason Wesland, Josh Van Dusin, and John Rhode.

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