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Tigers Win Home Opener – Friday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit Tigers edged the Kansas City Royals 5-4 in their home opener yesterday. Spencer Turnbull turned in a quality start, allowing three runs over six innings, while striking out 10. Niko Goodrum drove in three runs. Shane Greene earned his fifth save. The Tigers have today off, and …

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Two New Troopers Join MSP Calumet Post

Two new troopers are joining the Michigan State Police Calumet Post. Shelby-native Freddy Bahena and Braden Knoop of Charlevoix graduated from the 135th Trooper Recruit School on April 3rd. MSP Director Col. Joe Gasper administered the Oath of Office during the ceremony at the Lansing Center. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer delivered …

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April Nordic Film Series to Feature the 2017 Drama Ikitie

Several Finnish-American researchers have devoted their academic careers to the phenomenon known as “Karelian Fever.” Many families across the Copper Country and beyond have ancestors who died as a result of that dark chapter in Finnish-American history. Thousands of Finnish-Americans and Finnish-Canadians left North America, which was stricken by the …

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Stabenow To Give NMU Commencement Address

US Senator Debbie Stabenow will give the commencement address to graduates at Northern Michigan University during next month’s ceremony. Northern Today, the NMU news source, reports that the senator accepted the invitation by the university to be the keynote speaker on Saturday, May 4th. NMU President Fritz Erickson said Senator …

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Keweenaw Community Foundation Celebrates 25 Years

The Keweenaw Community Foundation is celebrating their silver anniversary with a special event to thank those who have supported their mission over the last 25 years. The 25th Anniversary Celebration will be held Saturday, April 13th at the Miscowaubik Club in Calumet from 5:00-9:00pm. Executive Director Jim Vivian says the …

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