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Little Brothers Food Drive Tomorrow

Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly will hold its fall food drive tomorrow. Non-perishable donations may be left on porches or near mailboxes tomorrow morning by 8:00. Nate Marus and around 30 of his Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity brothers will pick up those donations across a wide area… Little Brothers’ …

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Calumet Theatre Fundraiser Sunday

The Calumet Theatre is premiering a major new fundraiser on Sunday. Theatre Executive Director Marlon Lee says the Red Metal Fest will feature eight hours of music from some of the area’s top performers… Performances run from 1:00 until 9:00 Sunday. Food and drink will be available. Tickets are $15.00 …

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Calumet’s Djerf, Johnson Lead WestPAC VB All-Stars

High School In high school volleyball last night… – Lake Linden-Hubbell and Ewen-Trout Creek at a triangular at Dollar Bay-Tamarack City – no report. – L’Anse v Ontonagon – no report. – Baraga v Chassell – no report. Calumet claimed the top two honors on the WestPAC All-Conference Volleyball Team. …

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Calumet Theatre Makes “Terrifying” Top 10

On this Halloween, how spooky is the Calumet Theatre? You probably already know that it’s being featured on The Travel Channel’s paranormal series Most Terrifying Places… And… Executive Director Marlon Lee says the theatre has been a hit… and will be featured in a special broadcast tonight… Check it out …

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Kids Trick or Treat Tonight

Trick or treaters will be traveling through Copper Country neighborhoods tonight, looking for treats… and perhaps not looking out for traffic. Officials caution drivers to be careful this evening. Parents are encouraged to make sure their kids are visible – with brightly colored costumes, reflective tape, and flashlights. Trick or …

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MTU Overnight Parking Ban Begins

Michigan Tech’s overnight parking ban takes effect at midnight tonight. From now through April, parking on campus prohibited between 2:00 am and 7:00 am. Exceptions are made for employees who have scheduled shifts during that time, occupants of University Housing with valid permits, and visitors who have purchased permits. Others …

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Gwinn Mobile Home Fire Victim Identified

The woman who died in a mobile home fire Saturday in Gwinn has been identified. The Marquette County Sheriff’s Office confirms she was 67-year-old Judith Germain, who owned and lived in the home. The cause of the fire is still being investigated, but authorities do not believe foul play was …

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41 North Film Fest Opens Tonight

The annual 41 North Film Festival opens tonight. Over the next four days, two dozen new films will be screened at the Rozsa Center. All are free, and open to the public. Organizer Dr. Erin Smith says she started the festival when she saw that students were only being exposed …

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