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MDOT Pushes Back Quincy Street Expectations To This Afternoon

As work on the Michigan Department of Transportation’s US-41 (Reservation and Quincy streets) streetscape project winds down, traffic in downtown Hancock will revert to normal flow later today. The traffic change had been expected this morning. Final pavement markings are now expected to be completed today, with one-way northbound traffic …

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Final Weekend Of Fall Clean Up Approaching

CITY OF HOUGHTON Fall Clean-Up City of Houghton residents may bring the following items to the City Garage at the corner of Technical Avenue and Gundlach Road and dispose of them. There is no attendant present. Drop off is by self-serve only. Activities will be recorded by camera. HOURS: September …

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New Program Seeks To Bridge Gap In Senior Care

A new program is underway designed to make sure area seniors are being taken care of. Senior Reach provides home based help for older adults who may be sad, anxious, forgetful or showing sudden changes in behavior that are worrisome. Program coordinator Kelli Garrison says they are encouraging people to …

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MI-Hunt Map Available For Hunters

As archery deer hunting season rolls on in Michigan, DNR officials are reminding hunters of its MI-Hunt map. Here’s Deer Management Specialist Chad Stewart. Stewart calls this an exciting time as deer are currently more active in the daytime, because they’re gearing up for the breeding season.

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Pistons Claim Udrih, Waive McCallum

Click on the highlighted scores for more game details. High School In high school volleyball tonight… – Calumet plays at Hancock. – Dollar Bay travels to Bessemer. – Houghton visits West Iron County. – Baraga welcomes Ontonagon. – Ewen-Trout Creek plays at Wakefield-Marenisco. Finlandia The Finlandia University men’s soccer team …

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Lake Linden-Hubbell Leads Mid-Eastern Conference All-Stars

The Mid-Eastern Conference champion Lake Linden-Hubbell Lakes dominated the league’s All-Star Team, which was announced late Monday. Brendan Middleton and Newberry’s John Paramski shared Offensive Back of the Year honors. The Lakes’ Stephen Dudenas was named Offensive Lineman of the Year. Andy Crouch was selected as Coach of the Year …

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Calumet Dominates WestPAC Football All-Stars

The WestPAC champion Calumet Copper Kings swept all three conference Player of the Year honors announced this afternoon. Rory Anderson captured two of the three awards, as he was named both Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Year. Russ Bjorn completed the sweep, as he was honored as Defensive …

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US-41 Hancock traffic pattern to revert to normal

October 24, 2016 — As work on the Michigan Department of Transportation’s US-41 (Reservation and Quincy streets) streetscape project winds down, traffic in downtown Hancock will revert to normal flow today or tomorrow. Final pavement markings are expected to be completed and one-way northbound traffic will resume on Reservation and …

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