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State representatives form new Second Amendment Caucus

A bipartisan group of state representatives, led by co-chairs Reps. Jim Runestad, Michele Hoitenga and Scott Dianda today announced the formation of a new Second Amendment Caucus. The caucus is comprised of 42 members of the Michigan House of Representatives who are committed to defending and advancing the right to …

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Aspirus At Home Nurse Given Hero Award

CALUMET, Mich. – Aspirus at Home Registered Nurse, Pamela Aho, received special recognition recently for the “loving care” she provided for Calumet resident Beverly Holman. The Aspirus Hero program is a way for patients and families to say thank you for the care they received by an Aspirus provider, employee, …

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Parade of Confections Fundraiser Friday

Looking for a special treat? Come out for the Parade of Confections fundraiser where there will be a live auction of decadent gourmet desserts. The Parade of Confections is an annual fundraiser for the Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock and will take place this Friday from 6-9pm at …

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Weather Taking Its Toll On Snowmobile Challenge

The SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge brings together student engineers to see who can build the best performing snowmobile while reducing emissions and noise. A record number of teams are taking part in the weeklong competition being held at Michigan Tech’s Keweenaw Research Center. Meldrum-030817-1 Keweenaw Research Center Executive Director Jay …

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Trial Scheduled For School Lock-Down Suspect

The case against an Atlantic Mine man who caused a lock-down at an elementary school last November may be headed to trial. 30-year-old Niles Nathan Rothenberger appeared in Houghton County Circuit Court Monday for a pretrial. He has pled Not Guilty to the high court misdemeanor charge of possession of …

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