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Tech Plans Sherman Field Update – Thursday Sports Wrap

Click on the blue highlights for additional details. High School In girls high school basketball tonight… – Calumet welcomes L’Anse. – Dollar Bay-Tamarack City visits Baraga. – Ewen-Trout Creek tips off at Wakefield-Marenisco. NHL The Detroit Red Wings couldn’t hold an early lead, and fell 4-3 to the Philadelphia Flyers …

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Aspirus Ordered To Pay $9 Million In Lawsuit

The following press release was issued by MCKEEN & ASSOCIATES.  The response from Aspirus follows the press release: DETROIT – December 18, 2017 – McKeen & Associates announced today it won a verdict in excess of $9 million on behalf of its client, Julie Harris, a resident of Houghton County, Michigan. …

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Careful Driving On Winter Roads

While temperatures have been a little warmer for a couple of days, colder weather is here again and the Houghton County Road Commission is reminding drivers to use caution while on the roadways.   Keweenaw motorists are all familiar with the slipping and sliding that takes place this time of …

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Looking Beyond New Medical Marijuana Regulations

Now that the new medical marijuana regulations have gone into effect, many are looking ahead to possibly placing a proposal to legalize recreational use of the drug. How different will the regulations be if that were to happen? Michigan Tech’s Syd Johnson is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Bioethics. …

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Transfer Open House Today At Finlandia

Students who are thinking of making the switch to Finlandia University are invited to a Transfer Open House today. The event will take place at the Jutila Center from 4:oopm to 8:00pm and will focus on the university’s new transfer pricing and online nursing program.   “We have new tuition …

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The Shrinking Moose of Isle Royale

By Allison Mills Director of Research News Michigan Tech Climate change and predator-prey dynamics with wolves make for smaller moose. For the booming moose population of Isle Royale, a key species in the world’s longest running predator-prey study on the island, skulls have shrunk by about 16 percent over a 40-year …

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