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
Beer coordinates CTC; L’Anse grad home to help

Beer coordinates CTC; L’Anse grad home to help

by Barry Drue After several years and a political science bachelors degree at Michigan State University, Charles Beer has returned to the area. He was recently hired as the new… Read more »

KBOCC Criminal Justice offers great opportunities

KBOCC Criminal Justice offers great opportunities

by Barry Drue Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College’s Criminal Justice program has provided positive work opportunities for the 25 students who have completed the program since it launched in October,… Read more »

Volunteers work on recovery residence

Volunteers work on recovery residence

  by Barry Drue Work continues to renovate the historic home on N. Main Street across from the Lutheran church. The large home will become a substance recovery residence for… Read more »

Hospital offering new imaging, wound care

Hospital offering new imaging, wound care

  by Barry Drue Baraga County Memorial Hospital opened its Advanced Wound Center on Thursday morning, Oct. 24, 2019. Staff and consultants were on hand for training. The wound center… Read more »

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