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Spring Class Line Up For Community Arts Center

Hancock-  The Copper Country Community Arts Center announces its spring 2018 art class and program line up.  Classes for youth and adults include introduction to clay & beginning wheel II, letterpress printing, working with birch bark, knitting, writing, beading, sewing, watercolor, bookbinding and more are happening February-May 2018.  Also listed …

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It’s Not Too Late To Get A Flu Shot

MARQUETTE, Mich. – With a particularly dangerous flu season in full swing, state and local healthcare experts and the I Vaccinate campaign are encouraging everyone 6 months and older to get a flu shot as soon as possible. “It’s not too late to get vaccinated and gain the protection that the …

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Meeting Looks To Answer Stamp Sands Problem

If you’re from the Keweenaw, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the Stamp Sands.  “Stamp sands are kind of the byproduct of copper mining that occurred about a 100 years ago up in the Keweenaw Peninsula,” said DNR Public Information Officer John Pepin, who is inviting you to come and attend a public …

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Search For New Michigan Tech President Continues

The search for the next president of Michigan Technological University continues with the Presidential Search Committee (PSC) reporting progress. Search Committee Chair Bill Johnson and Vice Chair Brenda Ryan, both members of the University’s Board of Trustees, report the search committee and search consultants from Storbeck/Pimental & Associates continue to …

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Funding Extensions Will Benefit MTEC Smartzone

The MTEC Smartzone will benefit from more than $1.7 million in funding extensions approved by the Michigan Strategic Fund. That announcement was made this month by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. The grant extensions will go toward programs across the state the build entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. Smartzones, like …

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Bulldog Girls Edge Copper Kings – Tuesday Sports Wrap

Click on the blue highlights for additional details. High School In high school girls basketball last night… – Hancock forced a late turnover to seal a 38-36 victory over Calumet. – L’Anse shut down Houghton 51-33. – Jeffers overpowered Dollar Bay-Tamarack City 56-27. – Chassell doubled up Baraga 50-25. – Ontonagon …

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Engineering Technology Scholarships Available At Michigan Tech

By 2020, one in five new jobs in the state of Michigan will be in STEM—science, technology, engineering and math. A National Science Foundation grant will expand the number and diversity of academically talented, financially disadvantaged students beginning and completing four-year engineering technology degrees at Michigan Technological University. The five-year $999,483 Engineering Technology …

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