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Portage Health Auxiliary Announces Grant Opportunity

Hancock, MI – The Portage Health Auxiliary is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to serve the health and well-being of elderly and youth causes in Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw and Ontonagon Counties. The Auxiliary is pleased to announce that it will be accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations in the …

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Bergman Visits U.P. Hardwood Plywood Facility

Congressman Jack Bergman Shows Support for U.S. and Michigan Hardwood Plywood by Visiting Timber Products Plant in Munising Munising, Michigan – Representative Jack Bergman (R-MI), a member of the House Committee on Natural Resources, visited Timber Products’ hardwood plywood facility in Munising, MI – a member of the Coalition for …

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Brewers Gain Ground – Monday Sports Wrap

Click on the blue links for more details. High School In high school volleyball tonight, Ewen-Trout Creek plays at Wakefield-Marenisco. MLB Matt Boyd gave up five runs in the third inning, as the Detroit Tigers lost to the Chicago White Sox 7-1 yesterday. Detroit’s only score came on an Ian …

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Hancock’s Late Surge Swamps Lakes – Sunday Sports Wrap

Click on the blue links for more details. High School In high school football yesterday… – The Hancock Bulldogs held off an undermanned but scrappy Lake Linden-Hubbell team, and opened their high school football season with a 21-14 victory Saturday. Lake Linden dressed only 14 players, but controlled the line …

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Four Hurt in Quincy Hill Crash

Four people were treated for injuries following a three-car crash Friday afternoon in Hancock. Houghton County sheriff’s deputies were called out at 4:38 to the intersection of US-41 and Ingot Street. A statement released by the sheriff’s department says one driver was taken by ambulance to UP Health System-Portage. Three …

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Girl Scouts Launch 23 New STEM Badges

In the Girl Scout world, back-to-school means back-to-troop and the opportunity to provide girls with the advantages of a single gender space in a world dominated by coed environments. As the Boy Scouts of America attempt to combat declining membership with talk of opening their program to girls, the Girl …

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