List/Grid Author Archives: Tammy

New facility for collaborative pre-K program

New facility for collaborative pre-K program

  by Barry Drue Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College’s Migiziinsag (Lil’ Eagles) early childhood program has a new home. The pre-kindergarten program for four year-old children enters its fourth year… Read more »

‘Friends’ lawsuit seeks injunction

‘Friends’ lawsuit seeks injunction

  by Barry Drue Friends of the Huron Mountains, a Michigan nonprofit corporation, has filed for “declarative and injunctive relief ” against L’Anse Township. The complaint in Baraga County Circuit… Read more »

Months of training for election; Praise dedication of clerks, precinct workers

Months of training for election; Praise dedication of clerks, precinct workers

  by Barry Drue A wave of state-mandated election computer and software changes created a months-long challenge for election personnel prior to last Tuesday’s primary election. When all was done Baraga… Read more »

Bigger crowds at fair

Bigger crowds at fair

by Barry Drue The Baraga County Fair survived a couple bouts of showers, a generator breakdown on the midway, and everybody went home happy! Good crowds roamed the fairgrounds in… Read more »

BAS seeks millage for repairs, upgrades

BAS seeks millage for repairs, upgrades

by Barry Drue Now that Baraga’s school loan for the 1980 construction is paid off, the district is attempting to situate itself to fund existing and anticipated future maintenance, repairs, building… Read more »

Baraga International Club enjoys Costa Rica ; Ten days on trip with students from Florida, Ohio, Texas, Kentucky

Baraga International Club enjoys Costa Rica ; Ten days on trip with students from Florida, Ohio, Texas, Kentucky

  by Melissa Newland The Baraga International Travel Club recently returned from an adventure in San Jose, Costa Rica. The group took three flights to its destination and three flights back… Read more »

New mill brings CNC machining to LAS

New mill brings CNC machining to LAS

by Melissa Newland A new Haas Mini Mill arrived at the Industrial Education building at L’Anse Area School (LAS) this week. This equipment was purchased by the Copper Country Intermediate… Read more »

Step up with flood relief ; ‘Copper Country Strong’ proves correct

Step up with flood relief ; ‘Copper Country Strong’ proves correct

by Barry Drue “Copper Country Strong” has become the anthem of the region following the devastating flash flooding that severely impacted Houghton County and surrounding areas in the early morning hours… Read more »

Weekend rains leave impact

Weekend rains leave impact

by Barry Drue Baraga County Road Commission crews continued to assess flood damage Monday morning following periods of heavy rain over the weekend, and particularly early Sunday morning, June 17, 2018…. Read more »

L’Anse waterfront packed for Trout Fest

L’Anse waterfront packed for Trout Fest

by Melissa Newland The weather was more accommodating than most years as approximately 46 vendors rented booth space at the 13th annual Baraga County Lake Trout Festival. The event started in… Read more »

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