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Great music for great cause

Great music for great cause

by Melissa Newland The 15th annual L’Anse Variety of Music Show pulled in some great performers to help raise money for the L’Anse Area School (LAS) band. Musicians from the… Read more »

Voice concerns over Warden fuel pellets

Voice concerns over Warden fuel pellets

by Melissa Newland The L’Anse Area School (LAS) cafetorium held quite a crowd of concerned citizens during the public comment period and public hearing held by Michigan Department of Environmental… Read more »

Brownfield site slated for clean-up

Brownfield site slated for clean-up

by Melissa Newland The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) has identified a number of ‘brownfield’ sites on the KBIC Reservation between L’Anse and Baraga in need of clean-up due to… Read more »

Warden permit would OK pellets; DEQ public hearing at LAS Jan. 23

Warden permit would OK pellets; DEQ public hearing at LAS Jan. 23

by Barry Drue A public comment period and public hearing are set by the Department of Environmental Quality’s Air Quality Division (AQD) in regard to the L’Anse Warden Electric Co…. Read more »

Rep. Markkanen bids goodbye

Rep. Markkanen bids goodbye

  by Melissa Newland Congratulations were given and a few tears were shed at the Baraga Area School (BAS) as staff, students, and community members gathered to witness the swearing-in ceremony… Read more »

Murder charged in child’s death

Murder charged in child’s death

  by Barry Drue Genevieve Lynn Meyers, 37, of L’Anse , was arraigned in 97th District Court Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018, by acting district judge Timothy Brennan on a count of… Read more »

2018 newsmakers take a final bow

2018 newsmakers take a final bow

by Nancy Besonen Happy New Year! Before we go there the Sentinel would like to lead its readers back to a time—Jan. 1, 2018 to be exact—when we’d all just received… Read more »

Special election in future? Next regular election would be two years away

Special election in future? Next regular election would be two years away

by Melissa Newland With the next regular election still two years away, L’Anse Township and its voters may not want to wait that long to decide on the fate of a… Read more »

Reid gifts bring music, movement to Bayside

Reid gifts bring music, movement to Bayside

by Nancy Besonen Reid Funeral Service and Chapel is bringing tidings of comfort and joy to Bayside Village this Christmas season. On Friday, Dec. 7, 2018 Reid gifted Bayside with two… Read more »

LHS Robotics works toward competition

LHS Robotics works toward competition

  by Nancy Besonen The L’Anse High School Robotics Team is working its way up to competition. Teammates, family members and Coach Cara Wightman will be serving guests at a benefit… Read more »

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