On this week’s edition of Copper Country Today:
- The tragedy of the treatment of children at Indian orphanages and boarding schools has gained nationwide notoriety in recent years. Mitch Bolo from the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community talked with host Todd VanDyke about research being done on the orphanages at Assinins and other Northern Michigan locations. Listen to the segment here.
- Now that Heikki Lunta has finally started our Copper Country winter, host Todd VanDyke discussed winter safety with State Police Trooper Alan Narhi from the Calumet Post. Hear the conversation here.
Copper Country Today airs throughout Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula Sunday mornings at 7:00 on WOLV 97.7 FM, 8:00 on WCCY 99.3 FM and 1400 AM, and 9:00 on WHKB 102.3 FM. The program is sponsored by the Copper Shores Community Health Foundation.