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Consider disbanding Covington Ambulance; ‘We’ve tried to enlist through advertising, the media, cajoling’

Consider disbanding Covington Ambulance; ‘We’ve tried to enlist through advertising, the media, cajoling’

by Nancy Besonen Covington Township Ambulance is in critical condition. The dedicated team of volunteers is still making its runs, serving its community and others in need. But the crew is… Read more »

Raise awareness of human trafficking in UP; KBOCC hosting national speaker at Jan. 25 program

Raise awareness of human trafficking in UP; KBOCC hosting national speaker at Jan. 25 program

  Human trafficking will be brought to attention in a series of events in the UP later this month. Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College will host a U.S. Department of Justice… Read more »

Old game ranch fence coming down; Access for animals–and people–will be restored

Old game ranch fence coming down; Access for animals–and people–will be restored

by Barry Drue Work to remove eight miles of 10-foot tall fence at the former Huron Bay Lodge game ranch on Pt. Abbaye may begin soon, depending on winter conditions…. Read more »

L’Anse, Baraga fires during brutal cold

L’Anse, Baraga fires during brutal cold

by Barry Drue L’Anse and Baraga firefighters had a busy and brutally cold stretch from late on the night of Friday, Dec. 29 to Saturday morning, Dec. 30, 2017, extinguishing two… Read more »

Busy year in the book!

Busy year in the book!

by Nancy Besonen If you were a Baraga County news maker during the first half of 2017, hello again. The L’Anse Sentinel annually welcomes the New Year with a look back… Read more »

Proceed with ‘community solar’

Proceed with ‘community solar’

by Barry Drue A community solar project is deemed feasible for L’Anse following a Michigan Tech Social Sciences Department survey of local residents and an exhaustive review of the findings. An… Read more »

DNR clear cuts pines along Sand Point access

DNR clear cuts pines along Sand Point access

by Barry Drue A modified clear cut with some remaining mature seed trees has taken place on state land along the Sand Point access road leading to the Native pow… Read more »

Whitman to coach U.S. Luge Naturbahn Team

Whitman to coach U.S. Luge Naturbahn Team

by Nancy Besonen Keith Whitman will be flying high this Christmas, en route to Europe to coach the U.S. Luge Naturbahn Team as it trains and competes in Italy, Austria and… Read more »

L’Anse High finds its voice

L’Anse High finds its voice

  by Melissa Newland L’Anse Area School (LAS) has some new voices in its midst with the creation of the L’Anse High School (LHS) Choir, led by Associate Directors Courtney… Read more »

‘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 »

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