Little Brothers volunteers step up for elders Pro-Life advocates gather in L’Anse for prayer Past is present at historic Whirl-I-Gig ; Restoration preserves Gig’s colorful history Vaccine appointments fill fast Restaurants laying plans for reopening High schoolers return to class County reappoints Miron, shelves retirement pay; Koskinen’s commissioner retirement fund proposal ‘nullified’ Tribal Health, hospital roll out vaccines; Administer first doses; more coming Bethel, volunteers quietly fill community needs; ‘This is a great place to live—and great place to give’ Funeral homes rise to answer COVID demand
Restaurants laying plans for reopening

Restaurants laying plans for reopening

  by Nancy Besonen and Melissa Newland The Michigan Department of Health and Human Service’s (MDHHS) order to restrict indoor dining due to COVID-19 ends Jan. 15, 2021. After having… Read more »

High schoolers return to class

High schoolers return to class

by Nancy Besonen Baraga and L’Anse Area Schools welcomed their full student bodies back to the fold when classes resumed after the holiday break on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. The… Read more »

County reappoints Miron, shelves retirement pay; Koskinen’s commissioner retirement fund proposal ‘nullified’

County reappoints Miron, shelves retirement pay; Koskinen’s commissioner retirement fund proposal ‘nullified’

by Barry Drue The Baraga County Board of Commissioners wrapped up two loose ends lingering from the regular December meeting with a remote Zoom session on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020…. Read more »

Tribal Health, hospital roll out vaccines; Administer first doses; more coming

Tribal Health, hospital roll out vaccines; Administer first doses; more coming

by Barry Drue The long-awaited first round of COVID-19 vaccines hit Baraga County last week. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which must be stored and shipped in super-cold conditions arrived last Tuesday,… Read more »

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