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Copper Country Today – January 19, 2020

On this week’s Copper Country Today, Dillon Geshel from the Portage Lake District Library talked with Todd VanDyke about library issues, and the progress being made since the PLDL took over management of the Hancock Public Library… Paul Mitchell from the Copper Country Homelessness Coalition discussed how that hidden, but …

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Copper Country Today – January 12, 2020

On this week’s Copper Country Today, Hancock Schools Superintendent Steve Patchin talked with Todd VanDyke about the district’s future, in advance of a community meeting that will be held on Wednesday evening… Iola Brubaker from the Keweenaw Family Resource Center shared information about the services they provide to families with …

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Copper Country Today – January 5, 2020

On this week’s Copper Country Today – Are you thinking of starting the new year with a new pet? Joe Cooper from the Copper Country Humane Society Joins Todd VanDyke with an update about their work to find forever homes for dogs and cats… January is Heikinpaiva month. Find out …

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Copper Country Today – December 22, 2019

On today’s Copper Country Today, Todd VanDyke talked with Evan MacDonald and Ben Ciavola from the Keweenaw Resiliency Group, about their efforts to identify solutions to drainage issues in the region that could help us prevent the kind of damage we experienced in the Father’s Day Flood… Houghton County Commissioner …

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Copper Country Today – December 15, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today, Todd VanDyke talked with energy expert Dr. Roman Sidortsov from Michigan Tech and the U.P. Energy Task Force about the controversial Line Five pipeline, and propane supplies in the Upper Peninsula. State Senator Ed McBroom checked in with the latest about restoring the Michigan …

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Copper Country Today – December 8, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today, State Representative Greg Markkanen brings the latest from Lansing regarding movement on the state budget impasse. Envoy Brenda de Lacy from the Salvation Army discusses the work they do year-round in the community, and the importance of their Christmas Kettle campaign.

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Copper Country Today – December 1, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today program, Todd VanDyke hosted local insurance agent Jeff Bugni. The Health Insurance Open Enrollment Window closes December 15th. If you need health insurance, or are thinking of changing your coverage, you need to act quickly. The Keweenaw depends on tourism. How was last summer’s …

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Copper Country Today – November 24, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today, Todd VanDyke hosted Gail Ross and Cathy Aten from Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly. Their Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners for seniors are coming up – can you help? The Baraga County Chamber of Commerce will be taking part in Small Business Saturday on November …

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Copper Country Today – November 17, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today, Todd VanDyke spoke with Shawn Kolbus from the Copper Country Intermediate School District Career and Technical Education Center about how how kids are learning skilled trades…  Todd also welcomed Mark Pomeroy and John DePue from the Michigan DNR to discuss the firearm deer season…

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Copper Country Today – November 10, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today, a day before Veterans Day, Todd VanDyke talks with Joe Battisfore from the Houghton County Veterans Service Office about ways they can assist vets… And, Todd spoke with Kevin Harju from the Houghton County Road Commission about the progress on rebuilding roads following the …

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