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
Assistance, info available to local businesses

Assistance, info available to local businesses

  by Barry Drue As business owners and employees navigate through unprecedented situations relating to the Coronavirus shutdown, employee/customer safety, and thoughts of re-starting and re-opening, there are a wealth… Read more »

Teaching becomes a family affair

Teaching becomes a family affair

  by Nancy Besonen How do you convert sheltering-in into a teachable moment? It’s a problem teachers across Baraga County are stumping to solve. Charged with teaching remotely due to… Read more »

SVdP food pantry ready to help

SVdP food pantry ready to help

by Barry Drue Volunteers at St. Vincent de Paul’s food pantry in L’Anse want people in need to know they’re there for them. It’s not quite “business as usual” due… Read more »

Local businesses coping with the times

Local businesses coping with the times

by Barry Drue Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-21 went into effect on March 24, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. That put the brakes on non-essential businesses in an attempt to… Read more »

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