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The city of Ishpeming is as historic as any site in the UpperPeninsula, featuring such sites as the magnificent Mather Inn as well as theNational Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame and the famous Suicide Hill Ski Jump.Ishpeming was home to John Voelker, who penned the book "Anatomy of a Murder,"and was the primary area that the subsequent movie, starring Jimmy Stewart, wasfilmed in. Ishpeming is also known for being home to the popular band DaYoopers as well as Nobel Prize winner Glenn T. Seaborg. A little known factabout the area is that it was the town in which the Green Bay Packers playedtheir first road game in October 19, 1919. It is also the home of Bell Hospitaland the Michigan operations of Cleveland Natural Resources. 

Locations in Marquette, Ishpeming and Negaunee help better serve patients.

New businesses to watch in the U.P.

Several new businesses are on the move--from jewelry to health care, keep a sharp eye on these new enterprises in the Upper Peninsula.

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Want to get people back to work? Fill the basic skills gap

Low-income workers like Tawnee McCluskey often lack the basic skills needed to find a good job. To bridge the gap, experts says it's essential to invest in training. Yet despite millions of people out of work, programs are hard to find.

Renewable energy is Michigan's future.

Powering the Mitten: What's next for our renewable energy future?

Michigan's Renewable Portfolio Standard sunsets in 2015, and legislators, utilities and advocates are getting ready to decide what's next for renewable energy in Michigan. Here's a look at some facts behind that debate.

The Vista Theater in Negaunee.

Old movie theaters find new life in the U.P.

Historic movie theaters often have had to close, or transform into something else, after the growth of television and now, the transition to digital film. Here's how two U.P. theaters have survived the changes.

UIX brought together innovators.

VIDEO: New ideas for cities come from Urban Innovation Exchange

In September, innovators from around the country convened in Detroit to exchange their ideas for building better cities and stronger communities. For three days, Detroit was transformed into a marketplace for ideas for cities.

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Why is Michigan a leader in place-based education?

Dr. Doris Terry Williams, Executive Director of the Rural School and Community Trust, on the need for place-based education in both rural and urban environments, and how Michigan's Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative is leading the charge.

Students learned about the Great Lakes aboard the Isle Royale Queen.

New stewardship programs aim to teach students how to care for Great Lakes

The Upper Great Lakes Stewardship Institute is the newest among several regional hubs across Michigan with the goal to educate students on good environmental stewardship for the Great Lakes and their watersheds.

A packed house at UIX Detroit.

Thirteen doable ideas for cities from first ever Urban Innovation Exchange

Last week, a group of innovators behind small scale, place-based projects around the country convened in Detroit and talked about what works in their cities.

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Local restaurants build chains in Marquette

Some U.P. entrepreneurs are doing what it takes to build in the restaurant business in the U.P., creating new chains out of successful restaurants. 

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