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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 »

‘First step to adulthood’; Baraga graduated 35 Friday

‘First step to adulthood’; Baraga graduated 35 Friday

by Barry Drue Thirty-five seniors received their diplomas at Baraga High School’s 127th commencement on Friday, May 25, 2018. The class was led by Valedictorian Zachary Welch and Salutatorian JeriAnn Lanala-Tervo…. Read more »

KBOCC Career Fair packed

KBOCC Career Fair packed

by Barry Drue The first Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College Career Fair was a huge success on Friday, April 6, 2018. The event packed the OCC Wabanung Campus. KBOCC Business Department… Read more »

Small schools have increased security

Small schools have increased security

by Nancy Besonen Sacred Heart School (SHS) in L’Anse and Arvon Township School in Skanee work hard at keeping their students both safe and secure. Recent upgrades, training, drills and diligence… Read more »

Baraga VBots compete in Esky

Baraga VBots compete in Esky

  by Nancy Besonen The Baraga High School (BHS) VBots wound up in the middle at FIRST Robotics Competition this past weekend in Escanaba. The acronym stands “For Inspiration of Science… 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 »

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 »

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 »

Millage would expand career tech offerings

Millage would expand career tech offerings

  by Nancy Besonen The future of Career & Technical Education (CTE) in area high schools now lies in the voters’ hands. The Copper Country Intermediate School District (CCISD) made… Read more »

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