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Updated MDHHS Orders Loosen Restrictions March 2, 2021

Updated MDHHS Orders Expand Restaurant Capacity, Increase Gathering and Capacity Limits, Allow for Expanded Visitation at Residential Care Facilities   LANSING, MICH. Today, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) updated two of its epidemic orders, allowing for increased capacity limits at various venues, larger residential and nonresidential gatherings…

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Updated MDHHS Orders Loosen Restrictions March 2, 2021

Updated MDHHS Orders Expand Restaurant Capacity, Increase Gathering and Capacity Limits, Allow for Expanded Visitation at Residential Care Facilities   LANSING, MICH. Today, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) updated two of its epidemic orders, allowing for increased capacity limits at various venues, larger residential and nonresidential gatherings…

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Governor Whitmer Extends Michigan’s Liquor License Renewals from April 30 to July 30 February 26, 2021

LANSING — Governor Gretchen Whitmer today announced a three-month extension for liquor licensees to renew their 2021 licenses. The annual license renewal expiration date will be extended from April 30 to July 30 this year to assist licensees who have been impacted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, by providing…

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23 Michigan Employers Cited for COVID-19 Workplace Safety Violations February 26, 2021

LANSING, MICH. As the state continues to prioritize worker safety and health, the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) inspected and issued COVID-19 emergency rule or general duty citations to 23 different workplaces with violations for failing to protect workers and take safety precautions. Most employers are complying with…

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Feb. 24, 2021

Keweenaw Bay: Anglers caught lake trout, splake, coho, brown trout, whitefish and herring. Most of the whitefish were small. Those targeting smelt and burbot were fishing after dark, but no catches were reported. A couple burbot were caught during the day.  With warmer weather this week, be sure to use…

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Bay Cliff Health Camp is excited to announce Virtual Camp 2021 Februrary 22, 2021

Bay Cliff Health Camp is excited to announce Virtual Camp 2021! For the second time in our 87-year history, Bay Cliff is going virtual! Our new and improved summer camp experience promises to provide individualized therapy for every camper along with tons of summer camp fun with friends and staff….

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Governor Whitmer Signs Executive Order to Ensure Adequate Propane Distribution in Michigan February 20, 2021

LANSING, Mich. – Today Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order declaring a state of energy emergency in Michigan to ensure adequate propane distribution over the coming days.  over the coming days.   As many states have been experiencing consistent extreme cold temperatures, the demand for energy has increased significantly, which has put a strain on the nation’s energy infrastructure. Michigan has experienced an…

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16 Michigan Employers Cited for COVID-19 Workplace Safety Violations

LANSING, MICH. As the state continues to prioritize worker safety and health, the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) inspected and issued COVID-19 emergency rule or general duty citations to 16 different workplaces with violations for failing to protect workers and take safety precautions. MIOSHA’s goal is to keep…

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Feb. 17, 2021

Conditions in this region of the state have been brutal with temperatures anywhere from -15 to -25 degrees, strong winds, and whiteout conditions. With the extreme weather, fewer anglers have been out. Keweenaw Bay Anglers recently had better success with catching fish each trip out. Most were catching splake along…

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Governor Whitmer Makes Appointments to Michigan Iron Industry Museum Advisory Board February 19, 2021

Michigan Iron Industry Museum Advisory Board   Daniel R. Fountain, of Negaunee, is a member of the Negaunee Historical Society, Marquette Underwater Preserve Committee, and the Marquette Range Engineers Club. He holds an associate’s degree in electronic technology from Northern Michigan University. Mr. Fountain is appointed to represent the Township of Negaunee for a…

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U.P. legislators condemn Whitmer’s underhanded restriction extension February 18, 2021

LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Ed McBroom and Reps. Beau LaFave, Greg Markkanen, and John Damoose released the following joint statement on Thursday blasting Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s quiet extension of 10 p.m. curfews, 25% restaurant capacity limitations, and restrictions on gatherings in private residences:   “Under the guise of resuming contact…

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Liquor Licenses and Permits Suspended for the Wooden Nickel in Marquette for Violations of MDHHS Emergency Order February 17, 2021

LANSING, MICH. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) has issued an emergency suspension of the liquor licenses and permits for the Wooden Nickel in Marquette. This licensee’s multiple violations of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Emergency Order on Gatherings and Face Masks include: allowing non-residential, indoor…

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Governor Whitmer Makes Appointments to Boards and Commissions February 10, 2021

LANSING, Mich. — Today, Governor Whitmer announced appointments to the Mackinac Straits Corridor Authority, State Historic Preservation Review Board, Michigan Municipal Services Authority Board, and Utility Consumer Participation Board.   Mackinac Straits Corridor Authority   Paul F. Novak, of Detroit, is the managing attorney of the Detroit office of the national law firm Weitz & Luxenberg, PC….

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Feb. 10, 2021

Inland lakes in the region were producing good numbers of walleye and perch prior to the cold front. Panfish were found in deeper water. Keweenaw Bay: Has some ice; however, conditions can change daily, so extreme caution needs to be used when venturing out. Those heading out have caught splake,…

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Additional food assistance for 350,000 Michigan families in response to COVID-19 extended through February February 11, 2021

LANSING, Mich. – Approximately 350,000 Michigan families will continue to have access to additional food assistance benefits during February as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced today. Michigan previously approved the additional food assistance beginning in March 2020 – and…

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SEMCO ENERGY GAS COMPANY ASKS CUSTOMERS TO KEEP METERS CLEAR OF SNOW AND ICE February 8, 2021

PORT HURON, MI, February 8, 2021,–During periods of heavy snow and when clearing your roof of snow, SEMCO is asking customers to remember to keep theirmeters clear of snow or ice. Here are a few ways to help protect gas meter equipment as well as gas appliances to avoid a…

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NMU’s UPCI Partners with Criminal Justice February 2, 2021

Northern Michigan University’s Upper Peninsula Cybersecurity Institute and criminal justice department are partnering to offer an on-campus digital forensics class this semester. Students enrolled in the course are learning a detailed, methodological approach to forensics and evidence analysis related to computers and other devices. The course includes the skillset for…

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Feb. 3, 2021

Keweenaw Bay: Ice was starting to form near shore. EXTREME CAUTION NEEDS TO BE USED, AS IT IS EARLY ICE. Anglers need to be aware of changing ice conditions, especially with a south wind. Little Bay de Noc: Ice conditions were widely inconsistent around the bay. Good ice at the…

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