Schools react to shut-down Skaters shine in ‘City Lights’ Students head to Lansing Huge outpouring of support for students Residence receives warm welcome; Open house at women’s recovery center CJ K-2 enjoying new program House fire claims life of L’Anse man Van Stratens look back over long, busy lives; ‘Time flies’ after 42 years at historic Pequaming Propose alternative L’Anse-Baraga route; Turning Plains Rd. into Class A county rd. considered Busy ballots, new rules for March 10 primary; State Prop. 18-3 brings easier registration, absentee voting
Shelter receives PHF, #Giving Tuesday grant

Shelter receives PHF, #Giving Tuesday grant

by Barry Drue Thanks to Portage Health Foundation’s participation in its third annual “Giving Tuesday” fundraiser, and a very generous four-county community, Baraga County Shelter Home has been awarded a… Read more »

Council reviews storm response

Council reviews storm response

by Barry Drue L’Anse Village Council members convened at a regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019. The next regular meeting had been scheduled for Monday, Dec. 23. Because many… Read more »

Candidates agree on many issues

Candidates agree on many issues

by Melissa Newland A Tribal Candidate Forum for the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s (KBIC) L’Anse and Baraga District Tribal Council and judicial candidates was hosted by the Keweenaw Bay Indian… Read more »

Boost small business

Boost small business

by Nancy Besonen Small Business Saturday enjoyed a boost from the Baraga County Chamber of Commerce this holiday season. The Chamber welcomed Christmas shoppers from 9-12 Saturday, Nov. 30 with… Read more »

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