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Tigers, Brewers Suffer Late Losses – Tuesday Sports Wrap

High School In high school volleyball today… – Houghton entertains Gwinn. – Hancock hosts Chassell. – Lake Linden-Hubbell visits L’Anse. – Dollar Bay-Tamarack City travels to Ontonagon. – Ewen-Trout Creek plays at Wakefield-Marenisco. MLB The Detroit Tigers couldn’t hold a one-run lead, and fell to the Minnesota Twins 4-3 yesterday. Miguel …

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Trails Festival Results – Monday Sports Wrap

MLB Spencer Turnbull gave up six runs over five innings, as the Detroit Tigers lost to the Minnesota Twins 8-3 yesterday. Five of those runs came in the second inning. Jordy Mercer homered for Detroit. The Tigers host the Twins again this afternoon. Jordan Zimmermann will start against Jake Odorizzi. …

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Downtown Houghton Merchants to Welcome MTU Students Saturday

Michigan Tech students will get to know downtown Houghton businesses tomorrow during the annual Afternoon on the Town. Houghton Business Development Director Susie Katalin-Negro says the event is designed to build relationships between merchants and students… Afternoon on the town runs from 11:00 until 3:00 tomorrow, with music, refreshments, sales …

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Soberfest Planned for Saturday

The third annual Soberfest will take place tomorrow at Ray Kestner Waterfront Park. Organizer Deb Varna says it’s a family event, and all who enjoy a good time without alcohol or drugs are welcome… There’ll be bounce houses and games for the kids, live music, and a picnic. If you …

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Country, Blues Star Parnell Performs Tomorrow

Country and blues music legend Lee Roy Parnell will perform tomorrow evening at the Calumet Theatre. Parnell was one of the most successful country hitmakers of the early ‘90s, with such hits as “What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am,” “On the Road,” “Tender Moment,” and “Heart’s Desire.” …

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Bridge Walks Planned at Mackinac, Skanee

This year’s Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk will look much like last year’s. The bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic Monday from 6:30 am until noon, because of security concerns. No shuttle service will be provided for participants, but walkers will have several options. They can walk across – …

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