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‘Awesome community’ made Butler’s career

‘Awesome community’ made Butler’s career

  by Barry Drue Michigan State Police Trooper Pat Butler has lots of thanks to express as she prepares to retire later this month. From chasing down unsavory situations in… Read more »

Huge interest in ‘Water Day’

Huge interest in ‘Water Day’

by Barry Drue Keweenaw Bay Indian Community and its Natural Resources Department celebrated the sacredness and efforts to protect reservation waters at “Tribal Water Day” on Friday, March 15, 2019…. Read more »

Skaters present ‘Happiness’

Skaters present ‘Happiness’

by Nancy Besonen The L’Anse-Baraga Figure Skating Club spread the joy this past weekend with its spring show titled, “Happiness Is . . .” Crowds came out Saturday and Sunday,… Read more »

Baraga State Park getting $1.2 million upgrade

Baraga State Park getting $1.2 million upgrade

  by Barry Drue Major renovation and service improvements will take place at Baraga State Park this summer. The $1.2 million project will be done in two phases. The north portion… Read more »

Ten earn Lifesaving Awards

Ten earn Lifesaving Awards

  Month the Baraga County Medical Control Authority presented 10 Lifesaver Awards at its meeting Monday, Feb. 18, 2019, at the hospital conference room. Plaques were presented to: Vicki Usitalo, Karin… Read more »

L’Anse welcomes German exchange student

L’Anse welcomes German exchange student

by Melissa Newland A new foreign exchange student was welcomed by L’Anse Area School (LAS) staff and students at the beginning of the 2018-2019 year. Cornelius Ibsen from St. Peter-Ording, Germany,… Read more »

Great music for great cause

Great music for great cause

by Melissa NewlandThe 15th annual L’Anse Variety of Music Show pulled in some great performers to help raise money for the L’Anse Area School (LAS) band. Musicians from the community… Read more »

Voice concerns over Warden fuel pellets

Voice concerns over Warden fuel pellets

by Melissa NewlandThe L’Anse Area School (LAS) cafetorium held quite a crowd of concerned citizens during the public comment period and public hearing held by Michigan Department of Environmental Quality… Read more »

Brownfield site slated for clean-up

Brownfield site slated for clean-up

by Melissa Newland The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) has identified a number of ‘brownfield’ sites on the KBIC Reservation between L’Anse and Baraga in need of clean-up due to… Read more »

Warden permit would OK pellets; DEQ public hearing at LAS Jan. 23

Warden permit would OK pellets; DEQ public hearing at LAS Jan. 23

by Barry DrueA public comment period and public hearing are set by the Department of Environmental Quality’s Air Quality Division (AQD) in regard to the L’Anse Warden Electric Co. Convergen,… Read more »

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