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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Escanaba, MichiganDaily Pressman Dayjane 8, 2015www.dailypress.net 75 cent Escanaba Mich. Your local news Leader vol. 107 no. 75 Good afternoon Jack Anderson thank you for subscribing to the daily press d e a the Scheck us out online in s id e classified 5-7b news 3a,5a,7a comics 4b lifestyles 6a opinion 4a obituaries 5a sports 1-3b,8b youth arrested for Park shooting Manistique Manistique a 17-year-old Manis Tique male remains lodged in jail today for allegedly shooting at three people in Manis to ques Central Park this weekend according to Manistique Public safety. No one was injured in the incident involving a handgun. The search for the suspect began after the three male victims from Manistique told offi cers on patrol that they had just been shot at by a Manistique male near the softball Field at 4 . Friday stated a news release from pub lic safety director Ken Golat. Officers immediately brought the victims to the Public safety department for their Protection and a search then ensued for the suspect involved in the shooting said Golat in the news release. The suspect was located at 4 15 . The next Day in Manistique township and lodged in the county jail without Bond. He was charged with three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon each a four year felony and one count of carrying a concealed weapon a five year felony. Schoolcraft county prosecutor Timothy Noble is reviewing this incident for the issuing of additional or amended charges stated Golat. The suspect is expected to be arraigned in Schoolcraft county District court today the police chief added. Manistique Public safety officers were assisted in the investigation by officers from Michigan state police department of natural resources and Sault tribal police depart ment. Summer concerts return to Gladstone by Ilsa Matthes Gladstone summertime is nearly Here and with it comes the sound of music at Van Cleve Park in Gladstone. The Gladstone summer concert series begins on june 18. Each weekly concert takes place at the Van Cleve Park Beach House from 7 to 9 . The acoustic styling of Charlie Reager will kick off the summer Celebration of music on june 18. Other performances will include country and classic Rock music by angles & outlaws on june 25 classic Rock by Jam band on july 2 acoustic duo Hozz on july 9 acoustic Rock country and pop music by rpm on july 16 arrangements and finnish reggae by Derrell Syria on july 23 country and Folk music by female acoustic duo southbound on july 30, and music by Bearwalker on aug. 6. When Gladstone started this we wanted to try to bring in some local music that was inexpensive so that people could just come Down and listen to music in the Park and not have to pay anything said Nicole Sanderson Gladstone Parks and recreation director. Selecting the bands that make this summer Staple Appeal to a wide Range of audiences while still stay ing within the programs limited budget is a Challenge according to Sanderson. Finding new music for the series however has Given Resi dents an Opportunity to experience genres and styles that some May not have considered on their own. Over the years weave had some hard hard Rock and some Punk Rock but were trying to stay away from the extremes she said adding that residents looking for a Punk Rock performance will be Able to see the Mustard tigers perform at the glad Stone skate Park for the fourth of july. Now in its sixth season the glad see concerts on Page 3a youth killed two Hurt in one vehicle crash Marinette a youth has been killed in a one vehicle Acci Dent in Marinette county Accord ing to Marinette county sheriff Jerry Sauve. It is the second Auto fatality in that county this year. The 17-year-old male was killed in an Accident saturday at 10 49 . On 41st Road near w 4th Road in the town of Beaver. The North bound vehicle was occupied by three Oconto county males according to a press release. The vehicle failed to negotiate a curve entered a ditch and rolled Over. Two of the occupants were ejected from the vehicle. The 17-year-old male was pronounced dead at the scene. The two other males Ages 17 and 18, were taken by flight for life to st. Vin cents Hospital in Green Bay. Speed is believed to be a contributing Factor and the Accident remains under investigation by the Marinette county sheriffs depart ment. Identities of the persons involved and further details of the Accident were not being released at press time. Briefs Man arrested after standoff with police Wakefield a suicidal Man was arrested following a standoff with police saturday night in Wakefield. At approximately 8 . Saturday the go Gebic county sheriffs office received a report of a 30-year-old suicidal male at his residence with his three year old son according to a news release. Responding officers and a family member made Contact with the suspect who refused to leave the Home and threatened to shoot Law enforcement on scene. The go Gebic Iron area swat team was activated. Crews set up a perimeter with neighbouring Homes and a business evacuated. A Short time later the suspect released the child and retreated Back into the Home continuing to threaten Law enforcement. At approximately 10 ., the suspect was taken into custody by swat personnel As he exited the Home. The Man is charged with four counts of assaulting resisting obstructing an officer and one count of child abuse second degree. He is currently lodged in the go Gebic county jail pending arraignment. Bayes Vinyl revival program gets positive feedback by Jordan Beck Escanaba Early tests of the Bay College learning resource Center arc is new Vinyl revival program which will allow students to borrow and play records within the arc have resulted in positive feedback from students. Right now its kind soft opening director of Library serv ices Oscar Delong said. As a Way of introducing the pro Gram before its full Kickoff this fall a turntable has been set up in the arc with a crate of records next to it for student use. Delong said when the arc is not too Busy staff members sometimes use this setup to play music while working. If it gets slow its Nice to have a Little something in the background Delong said. To gauge student reaction to Vinyl revival digital technology coordinator Shawn Curtin said the arc has placed a stack of Survey cards near the turntable. These cards ask students about their tastes in music their opinions on the program and what genres they would like to see represented by Vinyl revival in the future. Curtin said feedback from these surveys has been encouraging so far. Overall its been really Posi tive Curtin said. The or cos collection consists mainly of blues jazz swing and classical records. Curtin said they Are interested in the possibility of branching out into genres such As Rock country Funk and soul among others. The Vinyl revival collection which began with a donation of More than 1,000 swing and jazz records from Doug Matthew and his wife has continued to grow Over the past few months. In april former music appreciation professor Ann Wood and her husband Brian Wood donated about 25 time life Box sets of classical records to the arc. Delong said the process of preparing these albums for Public use which began this Winter is still ongoing. This is partially due to the time consuming process of Labelling records. To ensure the or cos records and sleeves do not get mis matched each albums cover inner sleeve Label and plastic outer sleeve Are individually labelled. Each piece has some identifying characteristic to go with it Delong said. Once the program has fully launched Delong said he Hopes it will be used by classes As an analog music database. Jordan Beck daily press Bay College digital technology coordinator Shaun Curtin left and director of Library services Oscar Delong listen to one flight up by Dexter Gordon in the learning resource Center. This album is part of the colleges Vinyl revival program. Marvin Francis Aho Trenary. Marilyn p. Brunette Hyde. Dean d. Choquette Escanaba. Laurie Clark Cornell. Robert Gerald Boobie Corbett soo Hill. Patricia Patsy l. Flath Ford River. Stephen Steve James Labonte sr., Spalding. Irene r. Lavelle Gladstone. Janet sue Schrader Manton Mich. Page 5a peek at the past at a glance a 17-year-old Manistique male allegedly shot at three people with a handgun in Maisti ques Central Park. No one was injured in the incident. He is charged with three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon and one count of carrying a concealed weapon. Holly Richer daily press fifth Grade students from Melissa a hons class at the Escanaba upper elementary school took part in colonial Day on thursday. The event included dressing up making colonial style food a Boston Tea party writ ing with pen and Ink music and dancing and a reenactment of the american revolutionary War. Above students line up in preparation for Bat the. At left students make their Way Down an aisle Between their classmates As they participate in colonial dancing

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