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No New CWD Cases In UP So Far

With the valuable assistance of hunters, a minimum goal set for chronic wasting disease deer head testing has been surpassed in two surveillance areas set up in the central Upper Peninsula. The testing will aid the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in determining the extent of this deadly deer disease …

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Packers Fire McCarthy – Monday Sports Wrap

High School The girls high school basketball schedule begins tonight with one local game, as Jeffers plays at Calumet. Our broadcast will begin around 7:00 on KBear 102.3 and KBear102.com. On the boys schedule this evening… – Hancock plays at L’Anse. – Lake Linden-Hubbell welcomes Baraga. – Jeffers travels to …

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MTU Hockey Blasts Bemidji – Sunday Sports Wrap

High School In high school hockey yesterday… – Hancock exploded for five goals in the third period, and defeated Traverse City Central 6-1. – Houghton fell to Hartland 3-2. Seth Francois and Brendan Erickson scored for the Gremlins. Jimmy Pietila stopped 16 shots. – Calumet lost 3-2 in overtime at …

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Enjoying Allergy-Friendly Holiday Cooking

The holiday season is full of great food and delicious treats, but for those with food allergies it can be challenging to find great tasting allergy-friendly foods. That’s the focus of a baking class taking place next week. “Keweenaw Family Resource Center started a little over 25 years ago here …

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Network, Bid & Help Raise Funds for Local Scholarships

The fourth annual Keweenaw Holiday Hoopla will be held Wednesday, December 12th.  This collaborative holiday celebration with a cause is put on by Keweenaw Young Professionals, Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance, and The Continental Fire Company. The reason for this seasonal gathering is more than just good cheer, tasty food, and …

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UPPCO’s Home Heating Assistance Program and Michigan’s Winter Protection Plan Available

As winter establishes its hold on the region, Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO) is highlighting resources, including home heating assistance, that may be available for Upper Peninsula residents. “The process for applying for assistance has changed this year,” according to Brett French, UPPCO’s Vice President of Business Development and Communications. …

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Four County Roads Remain Closed Due To Flood

The number of county roads still closed to traffic after the Father’s Day Flood is down to four. The Houghton County Road Commission says they are Paradise Road at Pilgrim River, Lower Forsman Road at M-26, Old Mill Hill Road and Houghton Canal Road at Oscar Bay. Paradise Road, Old …

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