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Red Wings Open Season Tonight – Thursday Sports Wrap

Click on the bold highlights for additional details. High School In high school volleyball today… – Calumet entertains L’Anse. – Lake Linden-Hubbell visits Baraga. – Ewen-Trout Creek hosts Watersmeet. – Ontonagon hosts Wakefield-Marenisco. In cross country, local teams will compete at the WestPAC meet at the Tech Trails this afternoon. …

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Film Shows Fate Of 100 Camps In U.P. Forest

A new documentary film by an Upper Peninsula resident shows the plight of those who are about to lose their home away from homes. Bruce Crossing’s Kristin Ojaniemi is one of those people. Her family camp is one of roughly 100 camps in the Ottawa National Forest that must be …

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Conference Focuses On Suicide Prevention

For the video for this story by ABC-10’s Chelsea Birdsall, click here. Suicide is now the 10th leading cause of death in the county. Nearly 100 people turned out for the first annual Suicide Prevention Conference in Marquette Monday. The event was hosted by Dial Help with collaborative effort from …

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Local Student Awarded Annexstad Family Foundation Scholarship

A Michigan Technological University Student from Dollar Bay is among four Tech undergraduates who have received scholarships from the Annexstad Family Foundation. Xena Cortez is a third-year scientific and technical communications major, who graduated from Dollar Bay – Tamarack City High School in 2014. Cortez says the scholarship has opened …

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Protected Land Dedication Ceremony Today

The Keweenaw Land Trust, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources invite the public to a dedication ceremony today at 10am for lands acquired as part of the Abbaye Peninsula Huron Bay Conservation Initiative in Baraga County. The project permanently protects nearly 1,400 acres and nearly …

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