Tuesday, August 31, 2021  
2A The Mining Journal  
Local briefing  
Reception to be held at Beaumier  
MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University’s  
Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center will host a free “Wel-  
come Back” reception in its Gries Hall gallery at 5 p.m.  
EDITOR’S NOTE: A list of upcoming  
summer events will be published on page  
2A of The Mining Journal each Tuesday  
throughout the summer season.  
Sept. 5. Visit marquetteareablues- 8 p.m., Third Street, Marquette.  
society.org/overview-lineup/ for  
more information.  
Sept. 4, Marquette Marathon, a.m. to 4 p.m. Cruise on Sept. 17,  
Sept. 17-18, Munising Bay  
Cruisers Classic Car Show, 10  
Attendees will have an opportunity to view the current  
exhibition, “A Beautiful Location: The Architecture of  
NMU.” Hors d’oeuvres and light refreshments will be  
available. Masks are required.  
visit marquettemarathon.com for car show on Sept. 18.  
Sept. 3, Brat Barn cookout for  
UPAWS, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Su-  
perOne Foods in Marquette and  
Negaunee. Organizers will be sell-  
ing brats, asking for wish list items  
and selling Rescue Raffle tickets.  
Sept. 3-5, Marquette Area  
Blues Fest, Mattson Lower Harbor  
Park. Free admission on Sept. 3.  
Ticketed event on Sept. 4 and and  
more information.  
Sept. 11, U.P. Fall Beer Festi- Strut Your Mutt event at Mattson  
val, Mattson Lower Harbor Park. Lower Harbor Park. Registration is  
Sept. 18, 16th annual UPAWS  
The exhibition explores how NMU’s campus transi-  
tioned from one building in a remote part of Marquette to  
modern facilities to accommodate significant growth in  
the 1960s and to the present high-tech community.  
During a recent architectural walking tour offered in  
conjunction with the exhibition, Beaumier Center Direc-  
tor Daniel Truckey said the campus has featured a mix of  
unique styles designed by Michigan’s greatest architects.  
These include Harden Hall — formerly the Learning Re-  
sources Center — designed by Alden B. Dow, and the  
demolished Kaye Hall by D. Frederick Charlton.  
“We can’t get those buildings back, but through the ex-  
hibition and walking tours, we want to heighten aware-  
ness and appreciation for what we do have on campus,”  
he said. “What we have are some really significant archi-  
tectural buildings in the state designed by, at that time,  
the best architects in Michigan. Many studied at the Cran-  
brook Institute, the main architectural institute in the  
Midwest at that time. Some studied with Frank Lloyd  
Wright. These buildings are in cities and universities  
across the state.”  
Photographs, maps and architectural plans of past and  
present facilities are showcased. The exhibition also in-  
cludes a time-lapse map showing how the campus has  
grown and spread out over the past 122 years, and dis-  
play cases featuring architectural fragments, signs and ar-  
tifacts from buildings no longer in existence.  
Additional architectural walking tours are scheduled at  
1 p.m. on two Thursdays: Sept. 9 and Sept. 23. Reserve a  
spot by calling 227-2549.  
Sept. 11, Mountain Goat Mash 10 a.m., walk begins at 11 a.m.  
Mountain Bike Race, 9 a.m.Valley Details at www.upaws.org.  
Spur, Munising. All races start and  
Sept. 25, Huron Islands Light-  
finish at Valley Spur Trailhead. house Preservation Association  
45-mile and 15-mile routes for Benefit, 6 p.m., to midnight, Land-  
Sept. 16, Music on Third, 6 to m.facebook.com/HuronIslands/.  
Have a major upcoming summer event you’d like to see included on the next list?  
Send the date, time and location information via email to newsroom@miningjournal.net with “Summer  
event listing” in the subject line by 5 p.m. Friday for inclusion in next Tuesday’s list.  
Police Log  
EDITOR’S NOTE: The follow-  
ing information is collected from  
Marquette City Police Department  
dispatch log books recorded at the  
time the calls were received. The  
incidents reported may have  
proven to be unfounded once po-  
lice investigated. Some log entries  
may be edited or omitted due to  
space constraints.  
800 block Preserve Drive  
2:32 a.m., arrest, lodged  
in jail, 200 block West gation, 2100 block Sugar West  
Spring Street  
2:45 a.m., property in-  
spection, North Marquette vestigation, 500 block North 1300 block South Front  
4:56 a.m., property in-  
spections, 600 block West city of Marquette  
10:12 a.m., no insur-  
10 p.m., property investi- ance, 2100 block U.S. 41  
Loaf Avenue  
10:42 a.m., hit-and-run  
10:10 p.m., property in- property-damage accident,  
Lakeshore Boulevard  
10:30 p.m., K-9 training,  
12:27 p.m., property in-  
spection, Clark Lambros’  
Washington Street  
5:02 a.m., property in- vestigation, County Road  
spection, 500 block McClel- 550 near Powder Mill Road  
10:36 p.m., property in- Beach Park  
Aug. 13  
12:30 p.m., found prop-  
erty, 100 block West Michi-  
10:45 p.m., property in- gan Street  
4:57 p.m., violation of  
personal protection order,  
400 block West Bluff Street  
6 p.m., speed enforce-  
ment, 600 block Norwood  
6:01 p.m., property in-  
spection, Peter White Drive  
6:57 p.m., warrant arrest,  
lodged in jail, 900 block  
West Washington Street  
7:26 p.m., violation of  
Michigan Public Health  
Code, vehicle search 900  
block West Washington  
7:55 p.m., well-being  
check on a dog, dog OK, 100  
block South Third Street  
8:30 p.m., intoxicated  
subject, moved along, 100  
block South Third Street  
8:53 p.m., intoxicated  
subject, 100 block South  
Third Street  
10 p.m., property inspec-  
tion, 2300 block County  
Road 550  
10:01 p.m., 500 block  
McClellan Avenue  
10:13 p.m., property in-  
spection, 2100 block Sugar  
Loaf Avenue  
10:20 p.m., possible  
larceny complaint, nothing  
missing, 100 block West  
Washington Street  
10:30 p.m., disabled ve-  
hicle, U.S. 41 Bypass and  
Fisher Street  
10:33 p.m., property in-  
spection, 200 Lakeshore  
10:39 p.m., report of a  
possible fire on the seventh  
floor, area checked, no fire,  
300 block Pine Street  
11:27 p.m., caller heard  
screaming in the area, area  
checked by officers, unable to  
locate, West Ridge Street  
near Meeske Avenue  
Find more information on the Beaumier Center website:  
lan Avenue  
5:05 a.m., property in- vestigation, 600 block West  
spection, County Road 550 Washington Street  
near Powder Mill Road  
5:15 a.m., property in-  
spection, South Marquette  
5:27 a.m., property in-  
spection, Coast Guard near  
East Michigan Street  
5:46 a.m., property in-  
spections, 1900 block Enter-  
prise Street  
7:42 a.m., parking com-  
plaint, 400 block East Fair  
8:31 a.m., found proper-  
ty, returned to owner, 1000  
block Pine Street  
12:52 p.m., property in-  
spection, Peter White Drive  
1:10 p.m., property in-  
Artist offers demo at gallery  
10:50 p.m., property in-  
MARQUETTE —As part of this Thursday’s “First  
Thursday” events, local artist Marlene Wood will be do-  
ing a palette knife demo.  
vestigations, 1000 block spection, 800 block Hawley  
West Baraga Street  
1:12 p.m., property in-  
11:07 spection, Tourist Park  
1:21 p.m., assistance,  
erty investi- 1700 block West Avenue  
g a t i o n , 1:44 p.m., report of dog  
Everyone is invited to join in this event which will be at  
Zero Degrees Gallery in Marquette on Third and Ohio  
streets from 6-8 p.m. Small canvases will be available for  
onlookers to try their hand at palette knife painting.  
Wood is one of Zero Degrees Gallery’s artists and a  
longtime art teacher.  
p.m., prop-  
S o u t h at large, gone on arrival, 800  
Lakeshore block North Front Street  
11:10 ty, 500 block West Magnet-  
p.m., report of ic Street  
2:58 p.m., found proper-  
Pickleball clinics to be offered  
unwanted subjects,  
3:20 p.m., report of sub-  
MARQUETTE —Josh Kitto, tennis/pickleball profes-  
sional, will be hosting a series of beginner Pickleball clin-  
ics during September. The clinic will cover fundamentals,  
scoring and rules.  
moved along, 1900 block jects trespassing, gone on ar-  
Freedom Drive  
11:54 p.m., liquor inspec-  
rival, Lighthouse Point  
3:23 p.m., parking com-  
9:19 a.m., private-proper-  
ty property-damage accident, tion, 100 block West Baraga plaint, 500 block North  
Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Ishpeming Al Qual Tennis  
Monday, 6-8 p.m. Sands Township Recreation Facili-  
Sept. 11, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Sands Township Recre-  
ation Facility.  
Sept. 18, 10 a.m. to noon. Ishpeming Al Qual Tennis  
The cost is $25 per participant and equipment is provid-  
ed. To register text/call Josh Kitto at 906-373-7139 or  
email crossbone1976@gmail.com. It is highly recom-  
mended to register a couple days in advance.  
100 block Jackson Cut Alley Avenue  
10:23 a.m., report of drug  
activity, arrest, lodged in jail,  
300 block West Washington  
Lakeshore Boulevard  
3:50 p.m., property in-  
spection, 500 block North  
Aug. 15  
12:26 a.m., property in- Lakeshore Boulevard  
spection, 200 block South  
5:13 p.m., property in-  
spection, Peter White Drive  
6 p.m., disabled vehicle,  
South Front Street near by-  
11:45 a.m., vehicle lock- Seventh Street  
out, 1500 block Birch Av-  
12:28 a.m., parking com-  
plaint, Peter White Drive  
12:30 a.m., report of a pass  
6:15 p.m., property in-  
by, taken to family, 4300 spection, Peter White Drive  
12:42 p.m., domestic as- block M-553 6:17 p.m., property in-  
12:36 p.m., health and  
safety, 400 block Sheridan missing subject, located near-  
sault, 200 block Whetstone  
1:34 p.m., vehicle lock- Washington Street  
out, 300 block West Wash-  
ington Street  
1:38 p.m., animal com- McClellan Avenue  
plaint, 2400 block North  
Lakeshore Boulevard  
1:56 p.m., lost phone, Baraga Avenue  
200 block North Front Street 1:37 a.m., report of disor- spection, South Beach  
2:52 p.m., parking com- derly subject, gone on arrival, 7:35 p.m., juvenile com-  
plaint, High Street near East 1100 block North Front plaint, 100 block East Ridge  
Kaye Avenue  
3:19 p.m., report of aban-  
doned vehicle, checked area, icated subject, checked by subject, Founders Landing  
12:50 a.m., disorderly spection, County Road 550  
conduct, 200 block West near Powder Mill Road  
6:42 p.m., property in-  
1:19 a.m., property inves- spection, 200 block North  
tigation, 500 block North Lakeshore Boulevard  
7:11 p.m., property in-  
1:35 a.m., property inves- spection, Lakeshore Boule-  
Weekly survey  
Web poll results,Aug. 23-30  
Now that the FDA has approved the Pfizer-  
BioNTech vaccine, which has been available un-  
der emergency use authorization since December,  
are you more willing to be vaccinated for  
tigation, 900 block West vard near Pine Street  
7:30 p.m., property in-  
2 a.m., report of an intox-  
9:12 p.m., intoxicated  
unable to locate, South Lake EMS, 100 block West Wash-  
Street near U.S. 41 South  
4:52 p.m., report of sev-  
9:29 p.m., found proper-  
ty, Founders Landing  
10:22 p.m, property in-  
ington Street  
2 a.m., foot patrol, 100  
eral subjects consuming alco- block West Washington spection, 2300 block Coun-  
Aug. 14  
hol, subjects trespassed, 400 Street  
ty Road 550  
10:52 p.m., property in-  
12:37 a.m., loud noise  
complaint, 200 block West  
Michigan Street  
12:50 a.m., property in-  
spections, 500 block McClel-  
lan Avenue  
1:15 a.m., property in-  
spection, 1900 block West  
Ridge Street  
1:45 a.m., report of an al-  
tercation, area checked, gone  
on arrival, 100 block West  
Washington Street  
block West Washington  
2:33 a.m., subjects in-  
volved in altercation, parties spection, 500 block McClel-  
I already am fully  
6:30 p.m., assistance, separated, 200 block West lan Avenue  
2000 block U.S. 41 South  
6:37 p.m., dog in vehicle,  
Michigan Street  
3 a.m., assistance, 200 spection, 2300 block Coun-  
11:48 p.m., property in-  
gone upon officer’s arrival, block West Ohio Street  
700 block North Third Street 4:23 a.m., health and  
ty Road 550  
11:50 p.m., property in-  
7:40 p.m., assistance, safety, 200 block Whetstone spection, 900 block Hawley  
South Seventh Street near road Street  
West Spring Street 7:13 a.m., report of in- 11:51 p.m., domestic as-  
8:39 p.m., elevator se- toxicated subject, 800 block sault, harassment complaint,  
cured, 100 block West Main Champion Street 300 block Jackson Street  
1:46 a.m., report of possi-  
ble domestic violence, no as-  
sault, 800 block Preserve  
1:46 a.m., warrant arrest-  
other agency, lodged in jail,  
Department of Treasury  
Bureau of State and Authority Finance  
Administrative Rules for School Bond Qualification, Approval, And Loan Rules  
Rule Set 2020-104 TY  
Monday for a new poll question. Poll results  
will be publishedTuesdays on page 2A.  
Thursday, September 16, 2021  
09:00 AM  
The public hearing will be held in the State Treasurer’s Board Room, as well as virtually via Microsoft Teams to receive public  
comments while complying with measures designed to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID 19).  
Phone number: 248-509-0316 Conference ID: 517 711 14#  
The Department of Treasury will hold a public hearing to receive public comments on proposed changes to the School Bond  
Qualification, Approval, And Loan Rules rule set.  
General goal and purpose of these rules are to provide a quick reference guide for school districts who plan to obtain a qualified loan  
status or plan to borrow funds through the School Loan Revolving Fund (SLRF) with the State. This rule change will ensure that  
guidelines in the Statute are not duplicated in the Rules and ensure that all Rules follow the Statute. Existing Rules will be updated for  
clarification purposes of the Statute.  
By authority conferred on the Director of the Bureau of State and Authority Finance by MCL 388.1931 of the School Bond Qualification,  
Approval and Loan Act, MCL 388.1921 to 388.1939. The proposed rules will take effect immediately after filing with the Secretary  
Register in the 9/1/2021 issue. Copies of these proposed rules may also be obtained by mail or electronic transmission at the  
following address: 430 W. Allegan St., Lansing Michigan 48933 or electronic transmission sabinj1@michigan.gov. The proposed  
rules will take effect immediately after filing with the Secretary of State. The proposed rules are published on the State of Michigan  
also be obtained by mail or electronic transmission at the following address: Requests for copies of the rules can be sent to Janelle  
Sabin at SabinJ1@michigan.gov.  
Tuesday, Sept. 7  
Wednesday, Sept. 8  
Thursday, Sept. 2, 2:30 pm  
Friday, Sept. 3, 2:30 pm  
Comments on these proposed rules may be made at the hearing or by mail or electronic mail at the following address until 9/16/2021  
at 05:00PM.  
The Mining Journal office will be closed and no paper will be  
published Monday, Sept. 6.  
The mail address to send comments to is School Bond Loan Program, 430 W. Allegan St., Lansing, MI 48933, Attention Janelle Sabin  
Email: Written comments may also be sent electronically to SabinJ1@michigan.gov  
The mail address to send comments to is School Bond Loan Program, 430 W. Allegan St., Lansing, MI 48933, Attention Janelle Sabin.  
The public hearing will be conducted in compliance with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act. If the hearing is held at a physical  
location, the building will be accessible with handicap parking available. Anyone needing assistance to take part in the hearing due to  
disability may call 517-335-4302 to make arrangements.