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New KNHP Superintendent Introduced

The Keweenaw National Historical Park has someone new at the helm. 27-year-veteran of the National Park Service Wyndeth Davis is the new Superintendent of the Keweenaw National Historical Park. She gave her first report to the Advisory Council at their quarterly meeting…showing she is already becoming heavily involved in the …

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Candidates Appear In 1st Congressional District Forum

The race for the first congressional district continues as Republican Jack Bergman, Libertarian Diane Bostow, and Democrat Lon Johnson participated in a debate in Marquette. With Election Day getting closer, voters were given the chance to hear the candidates in person, rather than following the political advertisements that are shown …

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Trail Camera Stolen, Suspect Caught On 2nd Camera

An Upper Peninsula man is asking for help in identifying the person who stole his trail camera. Ishpeming resident Fred Torreano says he placed his equipment on his family’s hunting property in Marquette County. The camera was reportedly stolen around 7pm on October 8th in Negaunee Township. The male suspect …

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Wings Win Home Opener – Tuesday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for more game details. High School In high school volleyball last night, Dollar Bay edged Ewen-Trout Creek 3-2. On tonight’s volleyball schedule… – Houghton plays at Calumet. – Lake Linden-Hubbell entertains Hancock for Parents’ Night. – Baraga visits Ewen-Trout Creek. – Chassell hosts Ontonagon. NHL The …

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Cyber Safety for Teens at Portage Lake District Library

The Portage Lake District Library and the Copper Country Reading Council invite teens, parents, educators, and library professionals for an interactive discussion at the library about the legal issues raised by the misuse of digital tools. Aimee M. Bissonette, JD, will present “Maximizing Safety in the Digital Environment” on Monday, …

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