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Donated Bikes Destroyed By Vandal

Authorities are looking for those responsible for vandalizing a group of donated bicycles in Hubbell over the weekend. Local resident Fran Monville says he has carried on the work at Ernie’s Service Station of restoring the bicycles so someone else could enjoy them. So it’s a mystery why someone would …

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Tigers Gain Ground in AL Race – Tuesday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for more game details. High School In high school volleyball today… – Hancock plays at Calumet. – L’Anse visits Chassell. – Baraga travels to Watersmeet. – Ontonagon welcomes Bessemer. In cross country, Houghton runs at a meet at Kingsford this afternoon. Finlandia The Finlandia University …

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Don’t Do It Yourself (D.D.I.Y.) Endowment Opened with Keweenaw Community Foundation

Hancock, Michigan—Through the generosity of the Coca Cola Foundation and the Hancock Coca Cola Bottling Company, the Keweenaw Community Foundation (KCF) has established an endowment with the Don’t Do It Yourself (D.D.I.Y.) organization in order to create a sustainable source of income for providing assistance during medical crises. D.D.I.Y. serves …

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Traffic Light Installation By Wal-Mart Begins Tuesday

The traffic signal on M-26 in front of Wal-Mart is being installed this week. The Michigan Department of Transportation is investing $230,000 to install the signal at the M-26—Razorback Drive intersection. Work will begin Tuesday and is expected to be completed on Thursday. Motorists should watch out for intermittent closures of …

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Connecting Homeless Individuals With Helpful Services

Homelessness is an ongoing problem in the Copper Country, even if it is somewhat of an invisible one. That’s John Niemila, chair of the Copper Country Homeless Prevention Coalition. An event called Project Homeless Connect is being held this Thursday from 11am to 1pm at Hope Fellowship Church in Houghton …

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K-Day Tradition Continues For Michigan Tech Students

It’s a tradition at Michigan Tech–students got out of class early Friday for K-Day, short for Keweenaw Day. They then headed to McLain State Park to have a great time while choosing which student organizations they will make part of their campus experience. Students who join Engineers Without Borders will …

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Lions, Packers Get Opening-Day Wins – Monday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for more game details. MTU The Michigan Tech soccer team scored twice in the second half, and came from behind to defeat at Bemidji State 2-1 yesterday afternoon. Jacqueline Mielke’s goal in the 66th minute tied the contest, and freshman Claire Dagesse’s first goal as a Husky …

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Dianda Honors Fallen Beartown Firefighters at 9/11 Ceremony

LANSING — State Representative Scott Dianda (D-Calumet) hosted Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Tribal President Chris Swartz and honored two fallen firefighters from the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Beartown Firefighters, at the Michigan House of Representatives’ Sept. 11 recognition ceremony today. Alan J. Swartz and James Shelifoe Jr. were traveling with …

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