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Moment Of Silence Held To Promote Peace

Community members, staff and students demonstrated peace while gathered around the Husky statue at Michigan Tech Tuesday in a moment of silence. The silence was meant to express condolences to victims of recent terrorist attacks in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Australia. Members from the Iranian Community at Michigan …

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Finlandia Honored For Making Higher Education Affordable

Finlandia University is one of 80 schools recognized as a 2017 Best Value College. University Research & Review awards this distinction to higher learning institutions that provide an environment for students to fit in, top-notch academic programs, reasonable cost of attendance and adequate financial aid. Director of Admissions at Finlandia …

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Rozsa’s Mary Jennings Earns National Honor

HOUGHTON, MI, Thursday, June 8, 2017– Mary Jennings, Director of Programming and Development at Michigan Tech’s Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts, has earned a place among 25 national arts professionals chosen to participate in the third cohort of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) Leadership Fellows Program. This …

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Moose Population On The Rise

Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists estimate the number of moose in the western Upper Peninsula core population area at 378 animals, up from 285 in 2015. “Our survey findings this year are encouraging because a possible population decline detected in 2015 was transitory,” said Dean Beyer, a Michigan …

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Plea Deal Being Discussed For Heroin Suspect

A case against a Detroit man accused of delivering and manufacturing heroin in Lake Linden continues. 25 year-old Breon Garner appeared in Houghton County Circuit Court Friday. Garner was originally arrested in March following a warranted search by UPSET detectives of a residence in Lake Linden. The defense said a …

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