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‘Village 104 Collective’ a community effort; L’Anse independent artists collective puts talent on display

‘Village 104 Collective’ a community effort; L’Anse independent artists collective puts talent on display

by Barry Drue “Building community” is the cornerstone of the Village 104 Collective on Main Street in L’Anse. And the artists’ collective has already involved a big community effort. “This is… 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 »

Solar panels installed

Solar panels installed

By Melissa Lehto The L’Anse Water Treatment Plant’s solar powered panels are now up and running, with the hope that it will save village customers some money in the future at… Read more »

Tremendous response to natural gas outage; Quick action from SEMCO crews, community, restores service

Tremendous response to natural gas outage; Quick action from SEMCO crews, community, restores service

  by Barry Drue and Nancy Besonen An efficient, dedicated response to a natural gas outage across the Village of L’Anse prevented a heating emergency over the Christmas weekend. Dozens of… Read more »

Crews ready for winter; Long hours ahead for MDOT, BCRC

Crews ready for winter; Long hours ahead for MDOT, BCRC

by Barry Drue You don’t have to tell the crews at the state and county road garages that it’s the beginning of a long, tiring, busy season. Winter snow plowing and… Read more »

Agencies investigate CertainTeed effluent spill

Agencies investigate CertainTeed effluent spill

by Barry Drue An apparent overflow of effluent from the CertainTeed spraying fields led to a white plume that floated through Ogemaw Creek to the Falls River and eventually to Keweenaw… Read more »

Foresters explain logging decisions on Pt. Abbaye

Foresters explain logging decisions on Pt. Abbaye

by Barry Drue Much has been said and letters to the editor have been typed about the logging project that began last winter on the county-owned 260-acre park at the tip of Pt. Abbaye. The 15-20 acres… Read more »

Citizens question DEQ on Warden concerns, permits

Citizens question DEQ on Warden concerns, permits

by Melissa Lehto Officials from the Michigan Department of Environmental Health (MDEQ) held an informational and question/ answer session at the L’Anse High School cafetorium on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2016, from 7-9 pm regarding the L’Anse Warden Electric Company… 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 »

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