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Nearly 50 Motorcycles Turn Out For Ride Against Abuse

They call themselves the ADV Riders, which stands for Against Domestic Violence. For the third straight year, motorcyclists turned out on the first Monday in October to make some noise during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The annual Ride Against Abuse is organized by the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home. Organizers …

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Plea Deal For Atlantic Mine Meth Suspect

A plea agreement has been reached for a Houghton County drug suspect. 52-year-old Anthony James Vencato appeared in Houghton County Circuit Court Monday for an arraignment. He pled guilty to Attempted Possession of Meth or Ecstasy, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. As per the plea …

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MEDC Grant Funds Upcoming Lakeshore Drive Project

The City of Houghton has big plans for Lakeshore Drive. Those include completing some water system loops along that stretch, as well as replacing some older sewers in the area and putting in some storm sewer connections. The project will have several benefits to the community. Houghton City Manager Eric …

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Vikings Remain Unbeaten – Tuesday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for more game details. High School In high school volleyball yesterday… – Hancock v Dollar Bay – not reported. In volleyball today… – Calumet visits L’Anse. – Chassell entertains West Iron County. – Baraga welcomes Watersmeet. – Ontonagon travels to Bessemer. – Ewen-Trout Creek hosts Hurley …

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UP-EMS Contract Not Renewed

First responders and EMS workers from across the U.P. and beyond gathered in Marquette for the UP-EMS Conference where they received some worrisome news. The 35-year-old contract between the Michigan Department of Health and Human Service’s EMS office and the Upper Peninsula Emergency Medical Services Corporation (UP-EMS) is coming to an end. News of …

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Ride Against Abuse Event Today

The third annual Ride Against Abuse Community Awareness Event for the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home will begin at the Calumet Americinn at 6pm this evening. The event will start with a ceremony to remember victims and celebrate survivors. Participants will ride their motorcycles from Calumet along US-41 through Hancock …

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Environmental Grants Available from KCF

Hancock, Michigan—The Environmental Endowment Advisory Committee of the Keweenaw Community Foundation (KCF) is now accepting applications for its annual granting cycle. $3,400 is available from the Environmental Endowment Fund for local organizations supporting programs, projects, and activities related to a broad range of environmental concerns that include, but are not …

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Tech Hockey Drops Nail-biter at Duluth – Monday Sports Wrap

Click on the highlighted scores for more game details. High School In high school volleyball today… – Hancock plays at Dollar Bay. – Ewen-Trout Creek entertains Hurley. MTU Sixth-ranked Minnesota-Duluth scored with 15 seconds remaining in regulation time, and edged the 17th-ranked Michigan Tech hockey team 4-3 last night. Reid …

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