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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 »

Great Explorations loses federal funding

Great Explorations loses federal funding

by Nancy Besonen Funding for Baraga and L’Anse Area Schools Great Explorations (GE) programs is running out. Baraga’s request for funding after June 30 has been denied. L’Anse’s fund will run… Read more »

‘Made Baraga great again!’ -Class of 2017 graduates 31

‘Made Baraga great again!’ -Class of 2017 graduates 31

by Barry Drue The humor and uniqueness of Baraga’s Class of 2017 was celebrated as 31 seniors received diplomas at commencement at BHS on Friday, May 26. Much was said… Read more »

Baraga food pantry fuels hungry students

Baraga food pantry fuels hungry students

by Barry Drue A guest speaker focusing on better and more sustainable communities led to a variety of “good works” created and accomplished by Baraga students in Amanda Rinkinen’s English 11… Read more »

Baraga offers contracts, tenure

Baraga offers contracts, tenure

by Barry Drue The Baraga school board granted tenure to two teachers and extended probationary contracts to numerous others at its regular meeting on Monday, April 10, 2017. History and civics… Read more »

Jamboree marks 40 years, Honor Brinkman in Wall of Fame

Jamboree marks 40 years, Honor Brinkman in Wall of Fame

The Aura Community Hall was the place to be for traditional music lovers on Friday and Saturday, July 15-16, 2016. The 40th annual Aura Jamboree included hours of great music… Read more »

Mural brightens L’Anse

Mural brightens L’Anse

  by Chris Ford Pedestrians, motorists, and others may have noticed a little more color at the intersection of Main and Broad Streets in downtown L’Anse. Several weeks ago, a… Read more »

Non-fiction author a hit; Inspires L’Anse, Baraga students

Non-fiction author a hit; Inspires L’Anse, Baraga students

by Barry Drue “Hey kids, Who Would Win—a killer whale or a great white shark? A hippo or a rhino?” Prolific children’s author Jerry Pallotta from Boston is wildly popular among youngsters for his “Who Would Win?” series… Read more »

Science and book fairs stimulate young minds

Science and book fairs stimulate young minds

Baraga students are enjoying some late-winter activities that are stimulating minds and breaking up the season. A science fair involved kindergarten through fifth graders. Students selected their projects and went to work. The finished science projects line the entire… Read more »

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