Attorneys respond to ‘Friends’ suit Pelkie: 100 years of Finnishness in North Woods; Filmmaker Loukinen returns to Pelkie for documentary New facility for collaborative pre-K program ‘Friends’ lawsuit seeks injunction Months of training for election; Praise dedication of clerks, precinct workers Bigger crowds at fair BAS seeks millage for repairs, upgrades Baraga International Club enjoys Costa Rica ; Ten days on trip with students from Florida, Ohio, Texas, Kentucky New mill brings CNC machining to LAS Step up with flood relief ; ‘Copper Country Strong’ proves correct
Township votes to disband Ambulance

Township votes to disband Ambulance

by Nancy Besonen The Covington Township Ambulance service has officially disbanded. At its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018 the Covington Township Board voted 4-1 to end the service effective… Read more »

Volunteer dads bring positive impact to CJ

Volunteer dads bring positive impact to CJ

by Barry Drue C.J. Sullivan Elementary School in L’Anse has gone to the DOGS! As in the WATCH DOGS program. In this case “DOGS” stands for “Dads Of Great Students”. CJ… Read more »

Fact finding next for BCMH, union

Fact finding next for BCMH, union

  by Barry Drue Negotiations between Baraga County Memorial Hospital administration and BCMH’s approximately 50 AFSCME employees continue after stretching for seven months. A three-year contract for the American Federation of… Read more »

Contain Sturgeon fuel spill

Contain Sturgeon fuel spill

by Barry Drue A well-coordinated and effective multi-agency response has resulted in the containment of 4,000 gallons of gasoline and an undetermined amount of diesel fuel at the Sturgeon River just… Read more »

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