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Lions, Packers Win – Monday Sports Wrap

High School In high school cross country today, local teams will compete at the Calumet Invitational at the Swedetown Trails. GLIAC The MTU soccer team blanked Minnesota-Crookston 2-0 yesterday. Gabby Sgambati and Maisy Snyder scored for the Huskies. Tech outshot the Golden Eagles 19-3. Tech goalkeeper Gracie VanLangevelde didn’t need …

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Wins for MTU Football, Volleyball – Sunday Sports Wrap

High School In high school football yesterday, Ontonagon lost to Newberry 46-6. In high school volleyball yesterday…– Calumet at the Ashwaubenon Invitational – no report.– Houghton at The Rock Invitational at Gladstone- no report.– Dollar Bay-Tamarack City, Chassell, Ontonagon, Baraga, and Jeffers at the Baraga Invitational – no report. Finlandia …

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Copper Country Today – September 15, 2019

On this week’s Copper Country Today… Todd VanDyke talks with State Representative Greg Markkanen about the Michigan budget, road repairs, and a very offensive word on a political sign. Todd also talks with representatives from the Michigan Tech Parade of Nations and Multicultural Festival, which will be held September 21st.

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Michigan Turkey Hunt to Begin

Fall turkey hunting season begins Sunday in Michigan. Any limited-quota licenses that remain may be purchased by any hunter with a current base license or mentored youth license. That includes those who did not apply for a fall turkey license. Hunters may purchase one license a day until quotas are …

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Vape Ban Could Have Dramatic Effect Locally

Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes in Michigan may be eclipsed by President Trump’s recently-announced initiative to remove them from the market nationwide. Wherever it comes from, such a ban will have significant effects on an industry that sells more than two-billion dollars worth of product each year …

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Lehto Ends Run as Calumet Twp. Leader

A political era ends today in Calumet Township. Paul Lehto will step down at noon as Township Supervisor, after nearly 47 years on the job. Paul Lehto Current trustee and assessor Tim Gasperich has been appointed by the board to take over the remainder of Lehto’s term, which runs through …

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