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Trump Hosts Calumet Electronics At White House

Calumet Electronics is showing their support for American workers and getting recognized by the Trump administration for their efforts. Director of Process Engineering Dr. Meredith LaBeau was among representatives from five industry leaders to represent the Association Connecting Electronics Industries that were invited to the White House this week. She …

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Dianda and Cambensy Oppose Tax Tribunal Re-Appointment

Lansing — State Reps. Scott Dianda (D-Calumet) and Sara Cambensy (D-Marquette) oppose the decision to re-appoint Marcus Abood to the Michigan Tax Tribunal for a second two-year term. Dianda and Cambensy cited the former judge’s record of siding with corporate big box stores who sought property tax reductions, which hurt …

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Winter Parking Rules Now In Effect

With the start of November comes the beginning of winter parking.  Winter parking regulations are now in effect and area police departments are reminding motorists to not park on the street overnight. “Winter parking is coming up November 1st through April 30th. You need to be aware at 2:00am to …

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KBIC Primary Elections Saturday

As the election season closes in on the final days, voters in the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community will be the first to cast ballots at the polls. The KBIC Primary Election is being held this Saturday.  Registered voters in the L’Anse District will vote at the Zeba Hall.  Registered voters …

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Should Calumet Dissolve? Voters Will Decide Tuesday

What will Calumet Village look like after this election and will it even exist? Two recall elections are taking place for Village President Dave Geisler and for trustee Virginia Dwyer, and a proposal to dissolve the village entirely are on the ballot November 6th. Since dissolution also requires a majority …

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Quincy Mine Hoist Tourist Season Comes To A Close

Another tourist season has come to a close for the Quincy Mine and this year’s presentation is being called a success after implementing the theatrics of Michigan Tech’s Theater Company. Tom Wright of the Quincy Mine Hoist Association said, “It’s getting bigger and better every single year—more effects, more ghouls, …

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