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Lakes Advance in Football Playoffs; Gremlins, Kings and Hornets Fall – Saturday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for additional game details. High School Of the four local teams that opened the high school football playoffs last night, only Lake Linden-Hubbell advanced. In Division Six…• Negaunee smothered Houghton 48-0.• Calumet lost 44-39 at Menominee. The teams traded touchdowns through much of the first …

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National Prescription Drug Tak Back Day is Tomorrow

MSP posts across Michigan are accepting old and expired prescriptions and medications as a part the Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The Calumet Post will be open tomorrow from 10 am to 2 pm to accept dropped off prescriptions. The take back event will only accept …

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Hancock Residents will Decide on a Police Millage in November

Very soon Hancock residents will decide if a new millage rate to support the police department is needed in the community. Hancock, like other police departments, has struggled to retain and recruit full time officers. If passed the new police millage would add around 100,000 dollars to the police department’s …

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AG Issues Sex Abuse Report for Marquette Diocese; Diocese Responds

Most of the allegations of sexual abuse by Upper Peninsula priests that turned up in a major state investigation will never be pursued. Attorney General Dana Nessel released the first of seven reports on the statewide probe into the Catholic church yesterday. Report number one focused on the Marquette Diocese. …

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Adams Township Voters to Decide on New Fire Hall

Voters in Adams Township will be asked to approve a bond sale and millage increase to build a new fire hall in the November 8th election. Firefighter Darren Niemi said the original part of the current station was built in 1947, with an addition in 1995… You had smaller trucks …

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Halloween Events Abound This Weekend

Halloween events dominate the calendar in the Copper Country this weekend.  There are a number of Haunted Houses: • The Howl-O-Scream Haunted House at Meadowbrook Arena in L’Anse will be open tonight and tomorrow, with a family-friendly tour from 7 until 8, with a full-on screamfest version from 8 until …

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Football Playoffs Start Tonight – Friday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for additional game details. High School The regular high school volleyball season wrapped up last night…• Houghton fell to Kingsford 3-1.• L’Anse got past Ontonagon 3-2 (25-21, 25-27, 14-25, 25-22, 15-8).• Chassell v Watersmeet – no report.• Dollar Bay-Tamarack City edged Lake Linden-Hubbell 3-2 (26-28, …

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Safe House Returns to Michigan Tech’s Resident Halls

Halloween weekend is just around the corner, and the Michigan Tech inter resident hall council are excited to bring back a fun community and school tradition to full swing. Over the years Safe House has brought kids and students together to play games, explore haunted houses and do a little …

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National First Responders Day is Tomorrow

Working as a first responder can often be a thankless job, and supporting those who volunteer their time and lives to protect their communities, is what national first responders day is about. Tomorrow all day to Gardenview Assisted Living and Bigby Coffee have partnered together to give away a free …

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U.P. Rural Health Town Halls Return Tonight

Michigan Tech’s Health Research Institute and the Norther Michigan University’s Center for Rural Health have partnered to bring an important series on health to the community. Last year Michigan Tech discussed health related, covid -19 topics during 27 town halls, that aired online, radio and television. Tonight the series returns, …

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