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Hockeyville Ticket Registration Opens Today

Registration for the lottery for tickets to see the Kraft Hockeyville USA game at the Calumet Colosseum opens today. The game will be played September 26th, between the Detroit Red Wings and the Saint Louis Blues. For a chance at tickets, you must register in person at the Colosseum today, …

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LL-H Earns Volleyball Win – Wednesday Sports Wrap

High School In high school volleyball last night… – Houghton lost to Gwinn 3-2. – Hancock v Chassell – no report. – Lake Linden-Hubbell defeated L’Anse 3-1 (25-18, 25-20, 22-25, 25-15). – Dollar Bay-Tamarack City fell to Ontonagon 3-0. – Ewen-Trout Creek v Wakefield-Marenisco – no report. MLB Ryan O’Hearn’s …

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Michigan AG Slams “Me Too Kits”

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has asked a New York-based company to stop selling do-it-yourself sexual assault evidence collection kits in our state. Nessel describes the “Me Too Kits” as a shameless way to make money off the recent “Me Too” movement. All victims of sexual assault are encouraged to …

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Two Walk Away from Marquette Plane Crash

A father and son escaped injury when their small airplane crash landed in Marquette County last evening. The 48-year-old man and eight-year-old boy were located outside the plane when first responders arrived at the scene about five miles east of K.I. Sawyer Airport. The man told State Police troopers that …

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School Achievement Scores Stagnate

As the new school year begins, education achievement test results from last year showed few gains statewide, and some slippage. In grades three through seven, fewer than half of students tested as “proficient” or “advanced” in reading. Only 35 percent of fifth through seventh graders tested as “proficient” or “advanced” …

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Sturgeon River Lamprey Assessment Underway

If you see people wading in the Sturgeon River over the next few days, they’re not fishing. They’re looking for lamprey larvae. Young lamprey live in the sand and silt at the bottom of Great Lakes tributaries for several years between the time they hatch, and the time they are …

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Poor Artists Sale Applications Available

Artist booth applications are available for the 43rd annual Poor Artists Sale. The Poor Artists Sale is a juried art fair that will be held at the CLK Gymnasium on December 7th. It’s organized by the Copper Country Community Arts Center. Artists who wish to apply should pick up an …

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Tigers, Brewers Suffer Late Losses – Tuesday Sports Wrap

High School In high school volleyball today… – Houghton entertains Gwinn. – Hancock hosts Chassell. – Lake Linden-Hubbell visits L’Anse. – Dollar Bay-Tamarack City travels to Ontonagon. – Ewen-Trout Creek plays at Wakefield-Marenisco. MLB The Detroit Tigers couldn’t hold a one-run lead, and fell to the Minnesota Twins 4-3 yesterday. Miguel …

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Trails Festival Results – Monday Sports Wrap

MLB Spencer Turnbull gave up six runs over five innings, as the Detroit Tigers lost to the Minnesota Twins 8-3 yesterday. Five of those runs came in the second inning. Jordy Mercer homered for Detroit. The Tigers host the Twins again this afternoon. Jordan Zimmermann will start against Jake Odorizzi. …

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