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Volunteer dads bring positive impact to CJ

Volunteer dads bring positive impact to CJ

by Barry Drue C.J. Sullivan Elementary School in L’Anse has gone to the DOGS! As in the WATCH DOGS program. In this case “DOGS” stands for “Dads Of Great Students”. CJ… Read more »

Fact finding next for BCMH, union

Fact finding next for BCMH, union

  by Barry Drue Negotiations between Baraga County Memorial Hospital administration and BCMH’s approximately 50 AFSCME employees continue after stretching for seven months. A three-year contract for the American Federation of… Read more »

Contain Sturgeon fuel spill

Contain Sturgeon fuel spill

by Barry Drue A well-coordinated and effective multi-agency response has resulted in the containment of 4,000 gallons of gasoline and an undetermined amount of diesel fuel at the Sturgeon River just… Read more »

Crowd comes out for music

Crowd comes out for music

by Nancy Besonen The 14th Annual L’Anse Variety of Music Show hit all the right notes Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 in L’Anse. The L’Anse Area Schools (LAS) set its stage… Read more »

L’Anse 9th graders March For Life

L’Anse 9th graders March For Life

by Nancy Besonen Five Baraga County ninth graders recently took their Faith Formation studies a step further–all way to Washington, D.C. The girls traveled to the nation’s capitol to join in the… Read more »

Consider disbanding Covington Ambulance; ‘We’ve tried to enlist through advertising, the media, cajoling’

Consider disbanding Covington Ambulance; ‘We’ve tried to enlist through advertising, the media, cajoling’

by Nancy Besonen Covington Township Ambulance is in critical condition. The dedicated team of volunteers is still making its runs, serving its community and others in need. But the crew is… Read more »

Raise awareness of human trafficking in UP; KBOCC hosting national speaker at Jan. 25 program

Raise awareness of human trafficking in UP; KBOCC hosting national speaker at Jan. 25 program

  Human trafficking will be brought to attention in a series of events in the UP later this month. Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College will host a U.S. Department of Justice… Read more »

Old game ranch fence coming down; Access for animals–and people–will be restored

Old game ranch fence coming down; Access for animals–and people–will be restored

by Barry Drue Work to remove eight miles of 10-foot tall fence at the former Huron Bay Lodge game ranch on Pt. Abbaye may begin soon, depending on winter conditions…. Read more »

L’Anse, Baraga fires during brutal cold

L’Anse, Baraga fires during brutal cold

by Barry Drue L’Anse and Baraga firefighters had a busy and brutally cold stretch from late on the night of Friday, Dec. 29 to Saturday morning, Dec. 30, 2017, extinguishing two… Read more »

Busy year in the book!

Busy year in the book!

by Nancy Besonen If you were a Baraga County news maker during the first half of 2017, hello again. The L’Anse Sentinel annually welcomes the New Year with a look back… Read more »

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