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Michigan Tech Hosts Panel Discussion For World Water Day

Water–it’s essential to life and it’s worth protecting, even celebrating. Michigan Tech has been taking part in the global observance of World Water Day for about 10 years. Spanning several days on campus, the celebration includes art displays…competitions and a panel discussion, to name just a few. Gupta-032217-1 Michigan Tech …

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Dianda Shares Vollwerth’s Hot Dogs With Colleagues

LANSING — State Rep. Scott Dianda (D-Calumet) shared packages of Vollwerth’s hot dogs with the members of the House Tourism and Outdoor Recreation and House Agriculture committees, which met for a joint meeting today. Dianda is the Democratic vice chairman of the Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Committee. “One of our …

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Course Teaches Youth Mental Health First Aid

Mental health problems often start before adulthood. Youth Mental Health First Aid Training teaches adults how to spot signs and symptoms of a mental health problem in a young person–and how to help. The next Youth Mental Health First Aid course will be in Houghton April 19th and 20th at …

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A Roundabout In Houghton?

Could a roundabout be in the future for Houghton? At the regular meeting of the Houghton City Council, Police Chief John Donnelly said he has had a recent conversation with the Michigan Department of Transportation about the need for roundabouts in the area. Donnelly said he pointed out that Marquette …

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Calumet Village Clerk Asked To Resign

The Calumet Village Council is asking the city clerk to resign. Former village administrator Rob Tarvis was accused of only attending one meeting since being elected clerk last November. The council said they were unaware of any reason why Tarvis had missed six other meetings (regular and special), including the village’s …

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Officers Set By Range Lions

The new officers for the Range Lions Club are in place for the upcoming year. The slate of officers was approved at the Club’s regular monthly meeting on Monday. The club also approved seven donations to local organizations including $500 to the Helmuth M. Stenhilb Memorial Scholarship Fund to be …

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