Contain Sturgeon fuel spill Crowd comes out for music L’Anse 9th graders March For Life Consider disbanding Covington Ambulance; ‘We’ve tried to enlist through advertising, the media, cajoling’ Raise awareness of human trafficking in UP; KBOCC hosting national speaker at Jan. 25 program Old game ranch fence coming down; Access for animals–and people–will be restored L’Anse, Baraga fires during brutal cold Busy year in the book! Proceed with ‘community solar’ DNR clear cuts pines along Sand Point access
‘Village 104 Collective’ a community effort; L’Anse independent artists collective puts talent on display

‘Village 104 Collective’ a community effort; L’Anse independent artists collective puts talent on display

by Barry Drue “Building community” is the cornerstone of the Village 104 Collective on Main Street in L’Anse. And the artists’ collective has already involved a big community effort. “This is… Read more »

L’Anse pays tribute to veterans

L’Anse pays tribute to veterans

  by Melissa Newland The L’Anse Area School (LAS) Veteran’s Day program, sponsored by the LAS Student Council, was held Nov. 10, 2017 at 8:45 a.m. in the school gymnasium. Grades… Read more »

Public defends right to vote

Public defends right to vote

by Nancy Besonen The Baraga County Board of Commissioners voted Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 to rescind a resolution that regulates voting rights. The action was taken before a packed house at… Read more »

KBOCC bringing ag program to Pelkie; College, Baraga schools signing purchase agreement

KBOCC bringing ag program to Pelkie; College, Baraga schools signing purchase agreement

by Barry Drue The Pelkie School is returning to its roots. The 1930’s-era Pelkie Agricultural School will be turned over from the Baraga Area Schools to the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa… Read more »

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