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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 »

Encourage drivers to SLOW DOWN

Encourage drivers to SLOW DOWN

by Chris Ford Those traversing US-41 through Baraga may have noticed a new road sign at each end of the Baraga village business corridor. The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC)… Read more »

Robotics teams intrigue young imaginations

Robotics teams intrigue young imaginations

by Barry Drue Robots took over the Ojibwa Library in Baraga Saturday! Actually, they were invited guests. The Houghton High School “FIRST Robotics Team” 857 Superior Roboworks, visited on Saturday afternoon,… Read more »

OSC hosts shooting camp

OSC hosts shooting camp

by Chris Ford Although school is out for the summer, eight area youth spent a week back in school, so to speak. The group participated in the June 13-17 Junior… Read more »

Great Trout Fest! Crowd enjoys perfect day

Great Trout Fest! Crowd enjoys perfect day

by Barry Drue The 11th annual Lake Trout Festival brought smiles to hundreds at the L’Anse Waterfront on Saturday, June 11, 2016. Just how many hundreds is up for debate,… Read more »

Lake Trout Festival Saturday in L’Anse

Lake Trout Festival Saturday in L’Anse

by Barry Drue L’Anse waterfront will be hopping Saturday, June 11, 2016 for the 11th Lake Trout Festival. Activities, entertainment and more than 40 food and craft vendors will fill… Read more »

New horizons for L ’Anse grads

New horizons for L ’Anse grads

by Chris Ford Quoting the world-famous golfer Jack Nicklaus, L’Anse High School Class of 2016 Valedictorian Samuel Dix said “There are always new places to go fishing. For any fisherman,… Read more »

Pressure on fisheries raising tension; KBNRD focus on stocking, assessment and education; Agencies coordinating to manage Superior fishery

Pressure on fisheries raising tension; KBNRD focus on stocking, assessment and education; Agencies coordinating to manage Superior fishery

by Barry Drue Keweenaw Bay Natural Resources Department (KBNRD) wants people to know more about its management and support of Lake Superior and inland water fisheries. KBIC licenses between 15 and 20 commercial fishers, mostly using small boats and hand-pulling… Read more »

Ford Center and Forest branching out

Ford Center and Forest branching out

by Nancy Besonen The Ford Center and Forest (FCF) in Alberta is branching out, in a big way. “We’re repositioning this into a regional outdoor and environmental education center,” said Ken Vrana, Director of… 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 »

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