Candidates agree on many issues Boost small business Beer coordinates CTC; L’Anse grad home to help Volunteers work on recovery residence Hospital offering new imaging, wound care Water Walkers celebrate Nibi Howl-O-Scream haunted house helps fund arena Tenth walk to end violence ‘Pam Brogan Memorial Garden’ blessed at SHS Community rallies for Sanregret; Improving from autoimmune disease
Candidates agree on many issues

Candidates agree on many issues

by Melissa Newland A Tribal Candidate Forum for the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s (KBIC) L’Anse and Baraga District Tribal Council and judicial candidates was hosted by the Keweenaw Bay Indian… Read more »

Boost small business

Boost small business

by Nancy Besonen Small Business Saturday enjoyed a boost from the Baraga County Chamber of Commerce this holiday season. The Chamber welcomed Christmas shoppers from 9-12 Saturday, Nov. 30 with… Read more »

Beer coordinates CTC; L’Anse grad home to help

Beer coordinates CTC; L’Anse grad home to help

by Barry Drue After several years and a political science bachelors degree at Michigan State University, Charles Beer has returned to the area. He was recently hired as the new… Read more »

KBOCC Criminal Justice offers great opportunities

KBOCC Criminal Justice offers great opportunities

by Barry Drue Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College’s Criminal Justice program has provided positive work opportunities for the 25 students who have completed the program since it launched in October,… Read more »

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