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CCT 04-04-21

Enjoy an extended conversation with Adam Meckler, Director of Jazz Studies at Michigan Tech, about the program’s future and jazz’s place on today’s campus. Matthew Zika from the National Weather Service talks about severe weather threats in the Keweenaw and the UP. He also discusses the different programs that allow …

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CCT 03-28-21

In the show’s first segment, Grant Dossetto talks with Executive Director Mary Niemela about moving the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home to its new Calumet location. In Part B, Karen Lahti and Gretchen Janssen from RE/MAX Douglass Real Estate talk about the historical seller’s market being seen today and the …

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CCT 03-21-21

Hear from Joe Battisfore and Derek Parkinen on their work to spin off a Keweenaw County veteran service office from the Houghton County operations. Michigan Tech Associate Professor Steve Elmer and grad student Isaac Wedig talk about how they’ve gotten exercise program UP and Moving! off the ground. Segment A …

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Copper Country Today 03-14-21

If you missed it Sunday morning, catch this week’s Copper Country Today right here. Grant Dossetto talked with Eric Smith of WNMU on his recent presentation about the wreck of the Coast Guard Cutter Mesquite and its final resting place in Keystone Bay. Joe Miller from Superior Sugar Bush dishes …

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Copper Country Today – March 7, 2021

On this week’s Copper Country Today, Grant Dossetto spoke with Northern Michigan University historian Russell Magnaghi about the historical contributions of French Canadians in the Upper Peninsula. He was also joined by John Griffith of Keweenaw Natural Areas to talk about the group’s attempt to purchase land on the Gratiot …

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Copper Country Today – February 28, 2021

On this week’s Copper Country Today program, the Finlandia Health Sciences program is settling into its new home at the former Hancock school. Todd VanDyke talks with Fredi de Yampert and Lori Sullivan about the program and the move. Grant Dossetto gets a drug enforcement update from the Upper Peninsula …

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Copper Country Today – February 21, 2021

On this week’s Copper Country Today program, Todd VanDyke meets the U.P.’s new poet laureate, M. Bartley Siegel. And, has the COVID-19 pandemic affected the status of high school foreign exchange students? Grant Dossetto talks with Lauren Scherr from from International Cultural Exchange Services. Listen to this week’s program here. …

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Copper Country Today – February 14th

On this week’s Copper Country Today, a grassroots effort is forming that could save some historic buildings in Calumet. Leah Polzien from Main Street Calumet brings details. And, after a very cold week, Todd VanDyke talks energy costs and solutions with Melissa Davis from New Power Tour. To hear this …

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Copper Country Today – February 7, 2021

On this week’s Copper Country Today program, a local charter school is being organized. Todd VanDyke talks with Nora Laho and Steve Aho from the Copper Island Academy. And, there will be a CopperDog 150 this year, but it will be different. Doug Harrer fills us in. Listen to this …

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Copper Country Today – January 31, 2021

On this week’s Copper Country Today program, we get a Winter Carnival preview with Scott Sviland from the MTU Blue Key Society. Todd VanDyke talks with Hannah Butkovich from Houghton-Keweenaw Communities that Care about how the pandemic has affected their programs for middle and high school kids. Listen to this …

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