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(RRN) Delta County Sheriff Retiring Halfway Through Term
Delta County Sheriff Gary Ballweg is retiring, halfway through his third term as sheriff. He says that his retirement will be effective on October 18th. Ballweg has worked in the sheriff's office for 38 years, including the last eleven as sheriff. He has worked in law enforcement for a total of 42 years. Ballweg says that he is retiring to help...


(RRN) Northern Michigan U. Office Staff Approve New Contract
Northern Michigan Universityís technical and office professionals have ratified a three-year contract. The vote amongst the members of UAW Local 1950 was 75 yes to 34 no. The agreement includes wage increases of 26 cents per hour in each of the contractís first two years, and 29 cents per hour...


(RRN) Police Looking For Two Teenagers Accused In Break-ins
Menominee County authorities are looking for two teenagers who are wanted in connection with break-ins in the Powers/Spalding area. Prosecutor Dan Hass has authorized a total of 34 felony and misdemeanor warrants against 18-year-old Steven LeMire and 19-year-old Dustin Lanaville. Both are former Escanaba...


(RRN) OSF St. Francis Hospital Celebrating New Rehab Center
O-S-F Saint Francis Hospital is celebrating the blessing of its new rehab center. The four-million dollar facility was built largely with donations from the John and Melissa Besse Foundation. The building now bears the Besse name. A local priest gave the building its blessing Monday night. Public tours of the...


(RRN) U.P. Public Health Official Discusses Enterovirus-D68
There's been a lot of publicity about Enterovirus-D68, which has sickened kids in 17 states, including Michigan. What is it? Doctor Terry Frankovich is the Medical Director for the Public Health Departments in ten Upper Peninsula counties. She says that the typical symptoms are nasal congestion, runny nose, cough, and...


(RRN) Ferrellgas To Settle AG's Propane Price Gouging Probe
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schutte says that some propane customers will get reimbursed for last winter's high fuel costs as part of his investigation into price gouging. Schuette says that 600 customers of Ferrellgas will share in more than 100-thousand dollars under the deal. Schuette's office fielded numerous complaints...


(RRN) DNR Holding Contest To Name New U.P.-to-Detroit Trail
What should the new trail that stretches from Ironwood to Detroit be called? The Michigan D-N-R is holding a contest to come up with a name for the 900-mile-long trail, which the governor first proposed in November of 2012. It will use many miles of existing trail, but the state also plans to gradually build new trails to...


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