Tag Archives: Elizabeth Fust

MUDJEKEWIS

Land Fred Rydholm worked to acquire and protect gifted to care of Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve LOOKOUT POINT • By Elizabeth Fust Mudjekewis is a word derived from the Anishinaabe-mowin for first born, and its origin ties it to creation tradition. This is the name that the Rydholm’s chose for their land in the Yellow Dog Plains […]

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GIRLS ON THE RUN

Preparing for 5k builds self esteem, teaches life skills and promotes good health By Elizabeth Fust In early June, girls who have been training for months will be running, maybe even dancing, across the finish line of the Confidence 5K, a fundraiser and season-end event for the U.P. chapter of Girls on the Run. This […]

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NORTHBOUND

Sci-fi web series being made in U.P. By Elizabeth Fust Standing at the top of one of the U.P.’s mountains, along the secluded bend of a river, or off the path of a forest trail, one can almost feel as if they are alone in the world, as if everyone has just disappeared. Or something […]

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THE NUTCRACKER

Beloved holiday ballet has become an annual tradition in Marquette By Elizabeth Fust You’ve probably already heard the tune this season. It’s already gotten stuck in your head since it’s been played in commercials and over the radio, and little girls hum it as they go to and from their dance classes: The Nutcracker Suite. […]

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