Koski awarded for dedication, commitment Dave Seavoy retires after 37 years of service Road commission busy with several projects Locally sourced food options growing; Number of small farms, producers offer products DNR auctions church site Baraga graduates 24 in challenging times Honors convocation in-person; Many earn annual awards Changes, memories in 36-year career; Dr. Scott Pynnonen reflects on rural health care
Inauguration 2021 gone, but not forgotten

Inauguration 2021 gone, but not forgotten

  by John Raffel The Presidential Inauguration Day on Jan. 20, 2021, is one which L’Anse members of the National Guard won’t forget for a long time. Lieutenant Colonel Lucas… Read more »

Koski awarded for dedication, commitment

Koski awarded for dedication, commitment

by Melissa Newland Known for his dedication and commitment to Baraga County and its surrounding small communities, the late Roy “Buddy” Koski was recently awarded with the County Road Association’s… Read more »

Lumberjack Days a success

Lumberjack Days a success

by Melissa Newland Plenty of things were happening in Baraga County for the Fourth of July celebration this past weekend, including numerous parades, a street dance, kid’s games, a bean… Read more »

Dave Seavoy retires after 37 years of service

Dave Seavoy retires after 37 years of service

by Breanna Hoffman and Melissa Newland After 37 years of service, L’Anse Village Patrol Officer, and former Chief of Police, David Seavoy completed his last official day on the job… Read more »

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