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Women Who Love To Fish

A lot of women in the Copper Country enjoy fishing but Michigan lags other states in the upper Midwest when it comes to the number of women taking up the sport. A special exhibit opening up next week at the Carnegie Museum looks to show how much fun women can …

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Kudos To Local Crews For Clearing Snow

Mother Nature has a habit of reminding us just how quickly winter conditions can change and when it comes to snow, there aren’t too many places that can say they are as prepared for the constant repetitive cycle of removing it from its streets as the Keweenaw. Houghton City Manager …

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Heart Health by the Numbers

February is American Heart month. Celebrate by taking time out of your busy life to focus on your heart. Heart-healthy screenings will be offered free of charge and reviewed by Dr. Khouri, cardiologist from UP Health System Marquette. Screenings include a full lipid profile (total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, blood glucose), blood pressure, …

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Planning for Upcoming National Endowment for the Humanities Traveling Exhibit – Jacob A. Riis: How the Other Half Lives

The Quincy Mine Hoist Association, Keweenaw National Historical Park, and Keweenaw National Historical Park Advisory Commission are jointly hosting a National Endowment for the Humanities traveling exhibit. The exhibit, Jacob A. Riis:  How the Other Half Lives, will be on display at the Calumet Visitor Center from September 3 – October 20. …

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Phi Kappa Tau Reclaims Statue Title

As another major snowstorm rolls in, it’s great to see the amazing statues that Michigan Tech students can make with all the white stuff falling from the sky. Judging of the Winter Carnival snow statues took place Thursday morning, following the annual All-Nighter. Rome wasn’t built in a day and …

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Three Suspects Arrested For Delivery Of Meth

Three suspects are facing drug charges after a meth bust in Delta County. Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team conducted an investigation that led to the arrests on Monday. During the course of their investigation, detectives determined 23-year-old Taylor Ann Shanahan and 40-year-old Glen Thomas Lavance were involved …

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Snowmobiler Injured In Crash

A 65-year-old Ohio man is hospitalized after crashing his snowmobile Wednesday evening. Troopers from the Michigan State Police Calumet Post say they were dispatched to Trail #23 in Schoolcraft Township near the Sawmill Road just before 7:00pm. Authorities say the man was traveling northwest on the trail when he lost …

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Up All Night At Winter Carnival

No sleep on campus last night for the students of Michigan Tech as the magic of winter brings several weeks of snow sculpting to completion, earning the honor of display across the university and its reaches even across the Portage Canal. The University’s Winter Carnival event known as All-Nighter took …

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