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The Mining Journal - Taste Of Home Cooking School 2014
 
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NOTICE: Sampling the food will not be an option at this year's event. Come and join us Wednesday, May 7, at Kaufman Auditorium in Marquette, Michigan. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. & demonstrations start at 6:30 p.m. Cooking and Baking Demonstrations Free Gift Bag including 3 Glossy Recipe Booklets, Samples, Coupons, and much more! GENERAL ADMISSION $12 SPECIAL VIP TICKETS $30 Include seating in front three rows and a hard cover edition of "Recipes Across America" -- 735 recipes from across the entire country! VIP tickets only available in person at Marquette Mining Journal. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! Tickets will not be available at the door. General admission tickets are available during regular business hours at: The Mining Journal in Marquette and Ishpeming and Younkers in Marquette. TO ORDER TICKETS BY MAIL: Send check payable to The Mining Journal and a self-addressed, stamped return envelope to: Taste of Home Tickets, P.O. Box 430, Marquette MI 49855. No phone orders. TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Hurry -- Only Show in the U.P. This Year! FREE Shuttle BusTo & From the Show From Upper Level Of Downtown Parking Ramp Courtesy of: Checker Bus.
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Adventure 2008: WI couple kayaking around Lake Superior
 
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(Marquette, Michigan) - It's a 1,300 mile - two month - odyssey - kayaking around the always beautiful and sometimes treacherous Lake Superior Ashland, Wisconsin residents Alissa Weitz and Brian Castillo are promoting the protection of Lake Superior - the world's largest freshwater lake. The twenty somethings departed Bayfield, Wisconsin on July1 and hope to complete their journey by September. The kayaking duo left Marquette, Michigan on Tuesday afternoon, July 22, 2008 to continue their journey. They arrived in Marquette for Lake Superior Day 2008 - this year that was July 20 2008. Lake Superior Day is sponsored by the Lake Superior Bi-national Forum and is held annually on the third Sunday of July. Alissa and Brian spent Lake Superior Day hiking with friends and swimming including jumping off the tall cliffs at the city's "black rocks." A real Marquette thing to do. A big part of their quest is educating the public about protecting Lake Superior and why the largest of the Great Lakes is so important.. The trek takes them through the Canada and the United States including Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Averaging 25 miles a day - with their longest day was about 40 miles. They encountered water temperatures as low as 38 degrees, fog outside of Marquette, rough waves outside of Houghton, Michigan that prevent them from rounding the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula - and instead cut through the Keweenaw Waterway. Thanks to Down Wind Sports in Marquette, Brian picked up a new kayak because of problems with the one used during the first part of their trek. Weitz is a native of Dubuque, Iowa and Castillo is a native of Madison, Wisconsin. Alissa is 26 years old and Brian is 23 years old. Graduates of the Northland College outdoor education program in Ashland, Wisconsin, the couple were competitors working for different kayak guiding companies when they met two years ago and fell in love. The Kayaker's (Alissa Weitz, Brian Castillo) "Session on Superior" blog about trip around the lake: http://www.sessiononsuperior.blogspot.com Please check out their blog and our other videos about Brian and Alissa. This video was made in cooperation with the Cedar Tree Institute, the Earth Keeper Initiative, the Earth Healing Initiative and the Turtle Island Project -- all northern Michigan-based non-profits seeking to protect Lake Superior. And special thanks to the Lake Superior Binational Forum for helping make this video possible.. Greg Peterson for Earth Keeper, Earth Healing and Turtle Island TV --- Related Links: --- News coverage of Alissa, Brian: Marquette: http://www.miningjournal.net http://www.miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/513083.html --- Ashland paper: Marquette Photo: http://www.ashlandwi.com/articles/2008/07/24/news/doc4888981f7b087681234763.txt Story prior to trip: http://www.ashlandwi.com/articles/2008/07/02/news/doc486b8dfe3df63322933742.txt --- Madison, WI: --- WX Channnel: http://uservideo.weather.com:80/item/GY56YQ4K0TH0B3CS --- Lake Superior Binational Forum Lissa Radke, LSFB US Coordinator 715-682-1489 http://www.superiorforum.info --- Northland College in Ashland, WI: http://www.northland.edu/Northland --- "Flying a kite" along Lake Superior http://www.superiorforum.info/uploads/Kite_Poster.pdf --- Down Wind Sports: http://www.downwindsports.com/index.html http://www.downwindsports.com/about.html http://www.downwindsports.com/paddling.html Owners: Bill Thompson, Todd King, Jeff Stasser and Arni Ronis Marquette: 906-226-7112 514 N. Third Street Marquette, MI 49855 Houghton: 906-482-2500 308 Shelden Ave. Houghton, MI 49931 --- Sea Kayak Specialists: http://www.seakayakspecialists.com http://www.seakayakspecialists.com/html/about_sks.html http://www.seakayakspecialists.com/html/contact_us.html Sea Kayak Specialists PO Box 94 Marquette, MI 49855 Sam Crowley Nancy Uschold 906-250-4238 --- Other links related to trip: http://caskaorg.typepad.com/caska/2008/07/superior-sessio.html --- UM Sea Grant http://www.seagrant.umn.edu --- EcoSuperior Enviro: http://www.ecosuperior.com --- Environment Canada: http://www.ec.gc.ca --- This video made in cooperation with: --- Turtle Island Project official website: http://www.turtleislandproject.org Earth Healing Initiative official website: http://www.EarthHealingInitiative.org Cedar Tree Institute: (Michigan Earth Keepers, Manoomin Project and the 2008 Zaagkii Wings & Seeds project) http://www.cedartreeinstitute.org --- Earth Keeper TV http://www.youtube.com/yoopernewsman Turtle Island TV (youtube) http://www.youtube.com/MunisingWhiteHorse Earth Healing TV http://www.youtube.com/user/EarthHealingTV ---
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Lake Superior love story: Young kayakers circle big lake
 
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Ashland, Wisconsin residents Alissa Weitz, 26, and Brian Castillo, 23, will soon be completing their 1,300 mile journey around Lake Superior. They are a couple in love with Lake Superior and each other - on a modern day lover's adventure. They arrived in Marquette over the weekend and spent Lake Superior Day on Sunday hiking with friends and swimming including jumping off the tall cliffs at the city's "black rocks." A big part of their quest is educating the public about the environmental value of Lake Superior. Averaging 25 miles a day - with their longest day over 40 miles. They encountered water temperatures as low as 38 degrees, fog outside of Marquette, rough waves outside of Houghton, Michigan that prevent them from rounding the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula - and instead cut through the Keweenaw Waterway. They left Ashland, Wisconsin on July 1 and hope to complete their two-month journey on or about the first week of September. Weitz is a native of Dubuque, Iowa and Castillo is a native of Madison, Wisconsin. Graduates of the Northland College outdoor education program in Ashland, Wisconsin, the couple were competitors working for different kayak guiding companies when they met two years ago and fell in love. Graduates of the Northland College outdoor education program in Ashland, Wisconsin, the couple were competitors working for different kayak guiding companies when they met two years ago and fell in love. --- The Kayaker's (Alissa Weitz, Brian Castillo) "Session on Superior" blog about trip around the lake: http://www.sessiononsuperior.blogspot.com Please check out their blog and our other videos about Brian and Alissa. This video was made in cooperation with the Cedar Tree Institute, the Earth Keeper Initiative, the Earth Healing Initiative and the Turtle Island Project -- all northern Michigan-based non-profits seeking to protect Lake Superior. And special thanks to the Lake Superior Binational Forum for helping make this video possible. --- Supers: Lake Superior July 2008 Brian Castillo Kayaking around Lake Superior "Session on Superior 2008" http://www.sessiononsuperior.blogspot.com Alissa Weitz Kayaking around Lake Superior "Session on Superior 2008" Marquette, Michigan July 22, 2008 Brian Castillo & Alissa Weitz In love with Lake Superior and each other "Session on Superior 2008" --- Related Links: --- News coverage of Alissa, Brian: Marquette: http://www.miningjournal.net http://www.miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/513083.html --- BlogsMonroe uses Marquette newspaper story & link - blog about Lake Erie area: http://www.blogsmonroe.com/expatriate/2008/07/25/pair-attempts-to-circle-lake-superior-in-kayaks --- Ashland paper: Marquette Photo: http://www.ashlandwi.com/articles/2008/07/24/news/doc4888981f7b087681234763.txt Story prior to trip: http://www.ashlandwi.com/articles/2008/07/02/news/doc486b8dfe3df63322933742.txt --- WX Channnel: http://uservideo.weather.com:80/item/GY56YQ4K0TH0B3CS --- Lake Superior Binational Forum Lissa Radke, LSFB US Coordinator 715-682-1489 http://www.superiorforum.info --- Northland College in Ashland, WI: http://www.northland.edu/Northland --- "Flying a kite" along Lake Superior http://www.superiorforum.info/uploads/Kite_Poster.pdf --- Clean Wisconsin: http://cleanwisconsin.org --- Down Wind Sports: http://www.downwindsports.com/index.html http://www.downwindsports.com/about.html http://www.downwindsports.com/paddling.html Owners: Bill Thompson, Todd King, Jeff Stasser and Arni Ronis Marquette: 906-226-7112 514 N. Third Street Marquette, MI 49855 Houghton: 906-482-2500 308 Shelden Ave. Houghton, MI 49931 --- Sea Kayak Specialists: http://www.seakayakspecialists.com http://www.seakayakspecialists.com/html/about_sks.html http://www.seakayakspecialists.com/html/contact_us.html Sea Kayak Specialists PO Box 94 Marquette, MI 49855 Sam Crowley http://www.glsks.org/sam_crowleypage.htm Nancy Uschold 906-250-4238 --- Other links related to trip: http://caskaorg.typepad.com/caska/2008/07/superior-sessio.html --- UM Sea Grant http://www.seagrant.umn.edu http://www.seagrant.umn.edu/ais/fieldguide --- EcoSuperior Enviro: http://www.ecosuperior.com --- Environment Canada: http://www.ec.gc.ca --- This video made in cooperation with: --- Turtle Island Project official website: http://www.turtleislandproject.org Earth Healing Initiative official website: http://www.EarthHealingInitiative.org Cedar Tree Institute: (Michigan Earth Keepers, Manoomin Project and the 2008 Zaagkii Wings & Seeds project) http://www.cedartreeinstitute.org
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Governor Snyder on Healthy Michigan in Marquette
 
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Michigan Governor Rick Snyder visited Marquette General Hospital to promote the Healthy Michigan plan which will expand health insurance coverage to half a million Michiganders. He visited on July 9, 2013.
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2008 Odyssey: Wisconsin couple kayaking around Lake Superior
 
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(Marquette, Michigan) - It's a 1,300 mile - two month - odyssey - kayaking around the always beautiful and sometimes treacherous Lake Superior Ashland, Wisconsin residents Alissa Weitz and Brian Castillo are promoting the protection of Lake Superior - the world's largest freshwater lake. The twenty somethings departed Bayfield, Wisconsin on July1 and hope to complete their journey by September. The kayaking duo left Marquette, Michigan on Tuesday afternoon, July 22, 2008 to continue their journey. They arrived in Marquette for Lake Superior Day 2008 - this year that was July 20 2008. Lake Superior Day is sponsored by the Lake Superior Bi-national Forum and is held annually on the third Sunday of July. Alissa and Brian spent Lake Superior Day hiking with friends and swimming including jumping off the tall cliffs at the city's "black rocks." A big part of their quest is educating the public about protecting Lake Superior and why the largest of the Great Lakes is so important.. The trek takes them through the Canada and the United States including Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Averaging 25 miles a day - with their longest day was about 40 miles. They encountered water temperatures as low as 38 degrees, fog outside of Marquette, rough waves outside of Houghton, Michigan that prevent them from rounding the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula - and instead cut through the Keweenaw Waterway. Thanks to Down Wind Sports in Marquette, Brian picked up a new kayak because of problems with the one used during the first part of their trek. Weitz is a native of Dubuque, Iowa and Castillo is a native of Madison, Wisconsin. Alissa is 26 years old and Brian is 23 years old. Graduates of the Northland College outdoor education program in Ashland, Wisconsin, the couple were competitors working for different kayak guiding companies when they met two years ago and fell in love. The Kayaker's (Alissa Weitz, Brian Castillo) "Session on Superior" blog about trip around the lake: http://www.sessiononsuperior.blogspot.com Please check out their blog and our other videos about Brian and Alissa. This video was made in cooperation with the Cedar Tree Institute, the Earth Keeper Initiative, the Earth Healing Initiative and the Turtle Island Project -- all northern Michigan-based non-profits seeking to protect Lake Superior. And special thanks to the Lake Superior Binational Forum for helping make this video possible.. Greg Peterson for Earth Keeper, Earth Healing and Turtle Island TV --- Related Links: --- News coverage of Alissa, Brian: Marquette: http://www.miningjournal.net http://www.miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/513083.html --- Ashland paper: Marquette Photo: http://www.ashlandwi.com/articles/2008/07/24/news/doc4888981f7b087681234763.txt Story prior to trip: http://www.ashlandwi.com/articles/2008/07/02/news/doc486b8dfe3df63322933742.txt --- Madison, WI: --- WX Channnel: http://uservideo.weather.com:80/item/GY56YQ4K0TH0B3CS --- Lake Superior Binational Forum Lissa Radke, LSFB US Coordinator 715-682-1489 http://www.superiorforum.info --- Northland College in Ashland, WI: http://www.northland.edu/Northland --- "Flying a kite" along Lake Superior http://www.superiorforum.info/uploads/Kite_Poster.pdf --- Down Wind Sports: http://www.downwindsports.com/index.html http://www.downwindsports.com/about.html http://www.downwindsports.com/paddling.html Owners: Bill Thompson, Todd King, Jeff Stasser and Arni Ronis Marquette: 906-226-7112 514 N. Third Street Marquette, MI 49855 Houghton: 906-482-2500 308 Shelden Ave. Houghton, MI 49931 --- Sea Kayak Specialists: http://www.seakayakspecialists.com http://www.seakayakspecialists.com/html/about_sks.html http://www.seakayakspecialists.com/html/contact_us.html Sea Kayak Specialists PO Box 94 Marquette, MI 49855 Sam Crowley Nancy Uschold 906-250-4238 --- Other links related to trip: http://caskaorg.typepad.com/caska/2008/07/superior-sessio.html --- UM Sea Grant http://www.seagrant.umn.edu --- EcoSuperior Enviro: http://www.ecosuperior.com --- Environment Canada: http://www.ec.gc.ca --- This video made in cooperation with: --- Turtle Island Project official website: http://www.turtleislandproject.org Earth Healing Initiative official website: http://www.EarthHealingInitiative.org Cedar Tree Institute: (Michigan Earth Keepers, Manoomin Project and the 2008 Zaagkii Wings & Seeds project) http://www.cedartreeinstitute.org --- Earth Keeper TV http://www.youtube.com/yoopernewsman Turtle Island TV (youtube) http://www.youtube.com/MunisingWhiteHorse Earth Healing TV http://www.youtube.com/user/EarthHealingTV ---
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