Positive COVID at BAS Arvon back in business with remote ed L’Anse Fire, Rescue hosts rope training Trail work, picnic areas at Point; Phase 2 of project expected this fall BAS plans ‘Safe Start to School’ Parks hosting full house this summer Summersetts, Treadeaus grateful for support Pelkie hard-hit by storm Bayside testing negative COVID cases at Bayside; Health department reports a fifth positive in county
Bayside testing negative

Bayside testing negative

by Melissa Newland Baraga Area School (BAS) is still a  couple of weeks out in determining the start of school, but hopes to have in-person classrooms for the start of… Read more »

COVID cases at Bayside; Health department reports a fifth positive in county

COVID cases at Bayside; Health department reports a fifth positive in county

  Bayside Village Nursing Home in L’Anse announced last week that three employees have tested positive for COVID-19.The facility recently performed base-line testing of all residents and staff as required… Read more »

Hospital again offers surgeries, procedures; COVID precautions cost $2 million since March

Hospital again offers surgeries, procedures; COVID precautions cost $2 million since March

by Barry Drue Baraga County Memorial Hospital is slowly resuming normal operations, but “normal” is nothing like it was prior to Coronavirus. An abundance of caution is in place to… Read more »

Outdoor graduation for L ’Anse

Outdoor graduation for L ’Anse

by Melissa Newland After finalizing plans for an outdoor  graduation ceremony for L’Anse Area School (LAS) graduating class of 2020 , forty-five seniors walked onto Volunteer Field to receive their… Read more »

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