Stories tagged: "Upper Penninsula"


Mother homeschooling son at laptop (Image via Getty Images)
Thousands of Michigan Households Don’t Have Access to Internet. Here’s Where It’s Worst

There are thousands of households in Michigan that do not have access to basic internet connection.

Students at Marquette University with compete against students from neighboring Upper Peninsula colleges to give the most flu shots this season.
Upper Peninsula Universities Race to Give the Most Flu Shots

The winning school gets a trophy, but it’s the bragging rights (and protected health) that these Yooper students covet.

This raging river in northern Michigan looks completely different from above. (Image by Franz Knight)
A Stunning Drone Tour of What Makes Michigan Great

Waterfalls, lakes, cliffs, natural springs, and miles and miles of wild coastline. Welcome to the Great Lakes State.

Clarence L. "Kelly" Johnson initially designed the U-2 around the F-104 Starfighter fuselage. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)
As Racist Statues Come Down, One UP Town Honors 3 of Its Greatest Residents With a New Memorial

Ishpeming was home to a Nobel Prize-winning scientist, aircraft designer, and Michigan Supreme Court justice turned author. New bronze sculptures will celebrate their legacies.

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How Northern Michigan Businesses Are Welcoming Customers Back

Restaurants are operating under a new normal, but cooped-ed up Michiganders are eager to get social again. Even if from a distance.