Senate bill endangers roads during break-up Mt. Shasta reopens with old charm, new tech UPPCO, L’Anse Village in court Attorneys respond to ‘Friends’ suit Pelkie: 100 years of Finnishness in North Woods; Filmmaker Loukinen returns to Pelkie for documentary New facility for collaborative pre-K program ‘Friends’ lawsuit seeks injunction Months of training for election; Praise dedication of clerks, precinct workers Bigger crowds at fair BAS seeks millage for repairs, upgrades
Senate bill endangers roads during break-up

Senate bill endangers roads during break-up

by Barry Drue Baraga County Road Commission Engineer Doug Mills is very concerned about a proposed Michigan Senate bill that would exempt log trucks and forestry equipment from spring thaw road… Read more »

Mt. Shasta reopens with old charm, new tech

Mt. Shasta reopens with old charm, new tech

by Nancy Besonen A Michigamme restaurant with a cinematic history is enjoying its own sequel. Mt. Shasta Lodge on US-41 is now open for business. Closed three years ago, the restaurant… Read more »

UPPCO, L’Anse Village in court

UPPCO, L’Anse Village in court

  by Barry Drue A legal case is moving forward involving a dispute over provision of electrical service between the Village of L’Anse and Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO). At issue… Read more »

Attorneys respond to ‘Friends’ suit

Attorneys respond to ‘Friends’ suit

by Barry Drue Attorneys for L’Anse Township have filed a response in the case challenging building permits and construction of meteorological evaluation towers (MET) for wind testing on Weyerhaueser property. Friends… Read more »

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