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The Lodge Luxury Suites Holds Official Grand Opening

It comes with a great view and an incredible history within its walls. Hancock’s former elk’s club has a new purpose these days. From a heyday that included Elks chapter gatherings and wedding celebrations. To today, 101 Front Street is home to the Lodge Luxury Suites owned by Stephen Polakowski …

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Houghton Hockey Claims Narrow Win Over Hancock – Wednesday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for additional game details. High School In high school hockey last evening…• Hudson Markham’s first goal of the season with 26 seconds remaining in regulation gave Houghton a narrow 1-0 victory over Hancock.• Brady Boberg’s goal put Calumet up early, but Marquette came back to …

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Copper Shores Meals on Wheels Paused for Positive Covid – 19 Case

Copper Shores Meals on Wheels will close today, until Friday. Today the senior meal delivery service announced they are experiencing a staff shortage due to positive COVID-19 cases. Copper Shores Meals on Wheels will not deliver meals from December 5th to the 8th. Seniors did receive meals today and were …

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It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week

This week marks National Influenza Vaccination Week across the country. Around the state of Michigan, local health departments and pharmacies are encouraging residents to get out and receive an updated flu vaccine for the winter. During the fall and winter influenza cases spike throughout much of the country due to …

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Stuff a Blue Goose in Baraga Tomorrow to Support Local Food Pantries

This time of the year many groups in the community will look for different ways of impacting the lives of residents. And just like many of those community action groups, the Michigan State Police want to make sure residents are living happy and healthy lives. Tomorrow during the day, MSP …

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The Nature Conservancy Harvests the First Timber Selection from the Slate River Forest Reserve

The Nature Conservancy completes its first timber harvest in the Slate River Forest Reserve. The 74-acre harvest was planned by the conservation group as a way of promoting the forest’s healthy and sustainable tree growth, while also helping TNC manage the reserve from a financial standpoint. The timber was hand-felled …

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Michigan Tech Holds Free Speech Forum on Campus

Earlier in the year Michigan Tech University was recognized by College Pulse and FIRE survey as the best college in the country for free speech. Speech on college campuses has become a hot-button topic among students, academics, and the public alike. Especially as social media debate shows have taken off …

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Residents Comes Together to Fix the Ahmeek Ice Rink

Since 1984 residents have learned to skate, developed hockey skills, and had plenty of fun while at the Emil Aho Memorial Ice Rink in Ahmeek. More commonly known as the Ahmeek Ice Rink, the community has come together to raise funds to repair the outdoor rink. Residents are organizing a …

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Single Lane Closure on the Portage Lake Lift Bridge Scheduled for Tuesday

The Michigan Department of Transportation will return to the area tomorrow. MDOT crews are continuing inspection work from the department’s elevator replacement and false decking project. The 4.3 million dollar infrastructure project completed earlier this year ensures the Portage Lake Lift Bridge’s continued safe and reliable operation to motor vehicle …

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Copper Country Great Start Collaborative Begins Collecting Items to Support the KFRC’s Baby Closet

The first few months of parenthood can be difficult for a young family. That’s why the Copper Country Great Start Collaborative works to make diapers one less hassle for young parents. The Great Start Collaborative will start collecting diapers for the annual diaper drive supporting the Keweenaw Family Resource Center’s …

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