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Spring at the Calumet Public Library!

Spring events at the Calumet Public Library are underway. They are gearing up for their annual used book sale, which will be on Saturday, June 24th. But first, they need books! After the first of May, books in good condition can be brought to the library. They will also accept …

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Prescription Take Back Day In L’Anse Saturday

This Saturday, the Baraga County Communities That Care Coalition is partnering with the Baraga County Sheriff’s Department, L’Anse Health Mart, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Northcare Network in observance of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Medicines that sit for long periods of time in home cabinets are …

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Krug Tosses No-Hitter for Lions – Sunday Sports Wrap

Click on the bold scores for more details. MLB The Detroit Tigers survived a bench-clearing brawl and a ninth-inning home run, and edged the Minnesota Twins 5-4 Saturday. The tension began in the third inning. Nicholas Castellanos and Justin Upton homered off Minnesota starter Adalberto Mejía. Justin Haley relieved him, …

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Sisu Shuffle Set For Saturday

One way to get out and enjoy Spring this weekend is to go for a shuffle. The annual Sisu Shuffle will begin at the campus of U.P. Health System-Portage in Hancock Saturday at 11am. Health and Fitness Manager Angela Luskin says this is a great way to get out and …

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St. Vincent’s Food Pantry Receives Easter Bounty

Hancock, Michigan–Contributions to food banks always swell during the winter holidays, but sometimes by the beginning of Spring the cupboards can be a bit bare. So this year Keweenaw Community Foundation (KCF) partnered with Tadych’s Econofoods of Houghton to help fill those cupboards at St. Vincent de Paul’s Food Pantry …

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Front Street Project Will Cause Lane Closures & Detour

The final phase of a major road reconstruction project in Hancock begins today. Last summer, Quincy Street through downtown was completely redone, and now the Michigan Department of Transportation will start working on Front Street from Reservation Street to the Portage Lake Lift Bridge. MDOT Communications Representative Dan Weingarten says …

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Mobility Summit Showcases Future Of Automotive Technology

The road to autonomous vehicles and other advanced technologies in the transportation industry goes through Michigan Tech. Which made the university the perfect place for the first Mobility Summit, with faculty and research students sharing their projects with each other. Rogers-042117-1 U. S Army Tank & Automotive Research Center Director …

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Tigers Swept at Tampa Bay – Friday Sports Wrap

Click on the bold scores for more details. MLB Daniel Norris struggled, as the Detroit Tigers lost to the Tampa Bay Rays 8-1 yesterday afternoon. Detroit’s only run came on a leadoff homer by Ian Kinsler. Norris gave up five runs before leaving with two outs in the fifth inning. Warwick …

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