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FNP Meneguzzo Joins Aspirus

A familiar face will assume a new role at Aspirus Keweenaw. Hancock native Robin Meneguzzo has joined the staff as a certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Meneguzzo previously worked as a technician at Portage Health, and a registered nurse at Aspirus Keweenaw. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Finlandia University, and …

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Negaunee’s Johnson to Play Hoops at MTU – Thursday Sports Wrap

Click on the blue highlights for additional details. High School In high school volleyball tonight… – Houghton plays at Lake Linden-Hubbell. – Hancock entertains L’Anse. – Calumet hosts West Iron County. – Chassell welcomes Wakefield-Marenisco. – Baraga plays at Dollar Bay-Tamarack City. – Ontonagon travels to Watersmeet. – Ewen-Trout Creek …

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Three Hurt in Houghton Crash

Three people were injured during a traffic crash last evening at the intersection of M-26 and Sharon Avenue. Houghton police tell us that a vehicle driven by a 19-year-old Hancock man turned into the path of an oncoming car at around 8:20. The Hancock man was not hurt. The 22-year-old …

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White Pine Mine Purchase Delayed Again

Highland Copper Company has again extended its agreement to purchase the undeveloped area north of the old White Pine Mine. Highland has been trying to complete the purchase from the Copper Range company for more than three years. The company says the sticking point continues to be assurances that will …

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Marquette Nursing Strike Looms

Nurses at UP Health System-Marquette could begin picketing tomorrow morning, if contract talks don’t reach some kind of agreement quickly. Union and management officials met yesterday, and will continue to try to find common ground today. Nurses have voted to walk off the job tomorrow and Friday if there’s no …

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“Count Day” for Michigan Schools

It’s especially important to have your children at school today. Today is “count day”… the day on which all publicly funded schools in Michigan send their attendance numbers to the state. The state uses those numbers to determine how much funding districts and charter schools will receive next year. Each …

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A Newly Established Community Wellness and Outdoor Recreation Fund is Available

Hancock, Michigan – The Portage Health Foundation Community Wellness and Outdoor Recreation Endowment Advisory Committee of the Keweenaw Community Foundation (KCF) is now accepting applications for its annual granting cycle. The fund, combined with additional support by the Portage Health Foundation, has made available $60,000.00 for local organizations for this …

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