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
Bethel, volunteers quietly fill community needs; ‘This is a great place to live—and great place to give’

Bethel, volunteers quietly fill community needs; ‘This is a great place to live—and great place to give’

by Barry Drue For thirty years a Christ-centered effort to meet the needs of folks in the larger community has been spearheaded through Bethel United Pentecostal Church. Pastor Terry Langston,… Read more »

Funeral homes rise to answer COVID demand

Funeral homes rise to answer COVID demand

by Nancy Besonen Area funeral homes are rising to the challenge of increasing COVID-19 mortality rates in Baraga County. Jacobson Funeral Home and Reid Funeral Service and Chapel, both of… Read more »

Bayside: 50 COVID residents, 13 deaths, 25 staff positives

Bayside: 50 COVID residents, 13 deaths, 25 staff positives

  Management at Bayside Village Nursing Home, L’Anse, responded to the Sentinel, updating COVID status Monday afternoon, Nov. 30, 2020. Bayside is a subsidiary of Baraga County Memorial Hospital. It… Read more »

Deliver Little Bro’s Thankgiving meals to elderly; Taking extraordinary measures to ensure COVID safety

Deliver Little Bro’s Thankgiving meals to elderly; Taking extraordinary measures to ensure COVID safety

by Barry Drue The annual Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly Thanksgiving dinners will be offered again this year at numerous area locations, with delivery but no on-site dining in…. Read more »

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