Escanaba

If you're a fan of the Upper Peninsula and all that it offers, than Escanaba is the place to be. Not only is it home to outstanding fishing and hiking, but also to some of the U.P.'s home-grown businesses like Sayklly's Chocolates and Marble Arms. Escanaba features a more temperate climate than much of the Upper Peninsula, giving it a year-round splendor, though winter activities do not suffer and ice fishing "shanty towns" sprout up across Bay de Noc. The city is home to the Escanaba Eskymos as well as Bay College. 

Feature StoryYoopTone Music is now open in Marquette.

New developments in U.P. business scene


Feature StoryGrocer ALDI has come to Escanaba.

National retail, hospitality chains move into the U.P.


Feature StoryLyft is coming to the U.P.

August's business growth news around the U.P.


Development NewsSikora Sheet Metal in Iron Mountain is now owned by Craig Harris.

Sikora Sheet Metal has new owner


Development NewsExpress Coffee Co. in Escanaba

Express Coffee Co. has new owners


Development NewsOlivia Bean & Company

New children's store opens in Escanaba


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Feature StoryThe adoba hotel in Naubinway.
Development NewsThe 906 red ale from Upper Hand Brewery.
Feature StorySome of the Upper Peninsula women who marched on D.C.

U.P. women march on Washington


Feature StoryJackson Pit Burger

Must-stop restaurants of the Central Upper Peninsula


Innovation NewsA fat bike named Marquette is now available from Framed.
Development NewsLift Nutrition in Escanaba.

Lift Nutrition opens in Escanaba


Innovation NewsAaron Johnson is the new regional MDOT head.

MDOT taps Johnson for top U.P. spot


Development NewsGroundbreaking at the OSF St. Francis medical building in Gladstone.
Feature StoryCopper Crust Co. wood-fired pizza.
Development NewsSki Country Farm at the Sault Farmer's Market.
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