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Copper Country Today 10-10-21

Upper Peninsula Human Trafficking Task Force President Stephanie Krieger discusses her organization and what is on the agenda at three separate presentations she is giving in the Copper Country this week. Pat Coleman from North of 45 LLC talks about the urban planning process and how it is being utilized …

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Copper Country Today 10-03-21

Mary Niemela from the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter stops by to talk about Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The facility is one of the oldest of its kind in the state and has recently moved into a new location.

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Copper Country Today 09-26-21

Judge Linda Davis of Macomb County founded Families Against Narcotics after her daughter became addicted to painkillers following knee surgery. She tells her story and talks about the formation of a Copper Country chapter. It’s the biggest fundraiser of the year for Meadowbrook Arena…and a scary good time. L’Anse Hockey …

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Copper Country Today – September 19, 2021

Veteran Kim Robbins of Laurium talks about her experience with opioids following a hip transplant in 2015. She is now an advocate for the NOPAIN Act, designed to elevate different, less addictive alternatives for managing pain. Portage Lake Sportsmen Club Vice President Ed Glowacki talks about hunter education class; what …

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Copper Country Today – September 12, 2021

Alysa Sutinen from UP Kids talks foster care and adoption. Both are more affordable than most believe, and there is a desperate need to help kids. Darian Reed talks about Superior Search and Rescue’s expanding drone operations and their expansion into Ontonagon County.

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Copper Country Today 09-06-21

New hours means an open house at UP Health’s Express Care Calumet location Tuesday, September 7th. Angela Luskin has more. Vern Hazard discusses his 20 years of experience with the Capturing Kids’ Hearts Program. The organization has actively mentored area districts on how to build better relationships with their students …

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Copper Country Today 08-29-21

MTU Associate Professor Sigrid Resh and student Connor Ford discuss the Keweenaw Invasive Species Management Area and its efforts to keep unwanted plants out of the tri-county area. The organization had nine students working for it this summer covering three projects. From Copper Harbor to Houghton/Hancock, lots of fun is …

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Copper Country Today 08-22-21

Houghton City Manager Eric Waara talks the new pier and the Governor’s visit to check in on its construction progress, along with the future of the parking deck. Seventy shows are being planned for this academic year at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts and other department venues like …

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Copper Country Today 08-15-21

Eastern Michigan University’s Dr. Allen Kurta is the state’s preeminent bat expert. He talks the effect of white-nose syndrome on local species and if he anticipates any impact should a proposed wind farm be approved. Leah Polzien from Main Street Calumet talks Pasty Fest happening this Saturday.

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Copper Country Today 08-08-21

David Rowe took over the helm at the MTEC SmartZone just last week. Find out more about the organization and the upcoming QuickStart event. Deb Mann and John Diebel of the Hancock Recreation Committee talk exciting news regarding the new Hancock Dog Park. There are two different opportunities for you …

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