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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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Copper Country Today 08-01-21

Kim Salmi and Adam Laplander from Canal View – Houghton County talk about Tuesday’s millage renewal, and what the funds will be going towards if the measure is approved by voters. Ave Maria Law School Professor Eugene Milhizer is at Portage Lake District Library Wednesday night at 6 PM. Hear …

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Copper Country Today 07-25-21

Ranger Lynette Webber talks about the reopening of the Keweenaw National Historical Park’s Visitor Center, and some of the activities available for guests, including tours at several of the heritage sites that partner with the park. Karen Eddy of Barkell Elementary School and Stacy Bussiere of Hancock Central High School/Middle …

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Copper Country Today 07-18-21

Alden Connor Jr. and Raistlin Awonohopay of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community talk the Powwow. It is back on after a one-year COVID hiatus the weekend of July 23-25. Learn about the schedule of events and just how important music and dance are to Ojibwe culture. The third Sunday in …

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Copper Country Today 07-11-21

Gail Ploe of the 906 FACE Project talks about a recent community survey on narcotic addiction. Over 50% of respondents (460+ in total) say they know someone who died from an overdose. A new nonprofit named The Guardians of the Keweenaw Ridge has formed in response to the proposed wind …

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Copper Country Today 07-04-21

New superintendent Denice Swanke gives us an update on how the summer season is unfolding at Isle Royale. Hancock City Councilor Ron Blau is also a longtime guts frisbee player. He stops by to preview this weekend’s International Frisbee Tournament. If you want to play, it is not too late!

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CCT 06-27-21

The return of the Copper Country Strawberry Festival is sure to be extra sweet this year. Judy Evert and Barb Worrall talk about the efforts of the Chassell Lions Club throughout the year, plus they dish on strawberry shortcake and more. Gary Lishinski and Amy Juntunen talk about a lesser …

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Copper Country 06-20-21

With mental health in the spotlight, Dial Help is sharing tips with how you can help someone who is severely depressed, and potentially suicidal. The 30th Anniversary show is this Saturday for the Pine Mountain Music Festival. Learn more about what to expect for this year’s performance with Diane and …

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Copper Country Today 06-13-21

State Senator Ed McBroom discusses a wide range of topics, including the potential overhaul of the Wolf Management Council and State Board of Education. SAIL’s summer work program for students with disabilities begins this week. Learn how you can participate in the program as a Summer Job Coach.

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