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Public defends right to vote

Public defends right to vote

by Nancy Besonen The Baraga County Board of Commissioners voted Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 to rescind a resolution that regulates voting rights. The action was taken before a packed house at… Read more »

KBOCC bringing ag program to Pelkie; College, Baraga schools signing purchase agreement

KBOCC bringing ag program to Pelkie; College, Baraga schools signing purchase agreement

by Barry Drue The Pelkie School is returning to its roots. The 1930’s-era Pelkie Agricultural School will be turned over from the Baraga Area Schools to the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa… Read more »

Mount Arvon ‘Hiked in Spirit’

Mount Arvon ‘Hiked in Spirit’

  by Melissa Newland The Baraga County Community Foundation (BCCF), along with the Unified Warrior Foundation (UWF), the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) Wiikwedong Ogichidaa Veterans Society, and Baraga American Legion… Read more »

Community responds in ‘Eel’s’ time of need

Community responds in ‘Eel’s’ time of need

by Melissa Newland “We make plans for the weekend, plans to go on vacation, plan for retirement, but nobody plans for cancer!”– Debbie Eliason. Nobody does plan for cancer, but… Read more »

DNR gets jump on CWD with migration study

DNR gets jump on CWD with migration study

by Barry Drue The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is beginning a Deer Migration Study in the UP, and Baraga industrial education students are lending a hand. DNR Wildlife Technician Brad… Read more »

Raising violence awareness

Raising violence awareness

  by Melissa Newland The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) Office of Violence Against Women (OVW), in partnership with the Baraga County Shelter Home, hosted the ninth annual community-wide Domestic Violence… Read more »

Wild Rice ‘Manoomin’ Camp teaches traditions

Wild Rice ‘Manoomin’ Camp teaches traditions

by Melissa Newland A Wild Rice (manoomin) Camp was held in partnership with Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) and Ojibwa Community College (OCC), MTU Ford Center and Forest, and Great Lakes… Read more »

Yooper Gals spread pioneer spirit in L’Anse

Yooper Gals spread pioneer spirit in L’Anse

  by Nancy Besonen Doreen Zagar has done it again! The “Yooper Gals” celebrated the pioneer spirit Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017 with horse & wagon rides and a big spread at… Read more »

Walk raises awareness

Walk raises awareness

by Melissa Newland A total of 110 walkers and 10 motorcycles participated in the Out of Darkness Walk Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. The Walk was coordinated by the Baraga County… Read more »

L’Anse hopping with projects

L’Anse hopping with projects

  by Barry Drue “It’s been a busy summer,” L’Anse Village Manager Bob LaFave said, sorting through boxes of project documents and rolls of engineering plans in his office. Three major… Read more »

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