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Tribal colleges, universities; Advocate for DOE, BIA funding

Tribal colleges, universities; Advocate for DOE, BIA funding

Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College President, Debbie Parrish, and Board of Regents Member, Cherie Dakota, attended the annual winter meeting for the American Indian Higher Education Consortium and Capitol Hill visits…. Read more »

LMI hosts technical training through grant; Twenty area employees attend to advance skills

LMI hosts technical training through grant; Twenty area employees attend to advance skills

by Melissa Lehto Like all businesses, L’Anse Manufacturing, Inc., (LMI) wants to be competitive in the workforce. For this smalltown company, being competitive means keeping your employees up to date on… Read more »

Variety show a hit

Variety show a hit

  by Melissa Lehto The 13th annual L’Anse  Variety of Music Show featured talented performers Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, at L’Anse Area School(LAS) cafetorium. Musicians from the community and LAS… Read more »

Kids learn CPR in school

Kids learn CPR in school

  by Barry Drue Last summer the Michigan Legislature passed the “CPR in School” bill by an overwhelming vote. The law requires school districts to teach Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use… Read more »

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