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Should Calumet Dissolve? Voters Will Decide Tuesday

What will Calumet Village look like after this election and will it even exist? Two recall elections are taking place for Village President Dave Geisler and for trustee Virginia Dwyer, and a proposal to dissolve the village entirely are on the ballot November 6th. Since dissolution also requires a majority …

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Quincy Mine Hoist Tourist Season Comes To A Close

Another tourist season has come to a close for the Quincy Mine and this year’s presentation is being called a success after implementing the theatrics of Michigan Tech’s Theater Company. Tom Wright of the Quincy Mine Hoist Association said, “It’s getting bigger and better every single year—more effects, more ghouls, …

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41 North Film Festival Opens Tomorrow

The 41 North Film Festival opens Thursday for its four-day run at Michigan Tech’s Rozsa Center. The festival features more than 20 films, along with filmmakers, special events and music. Now in its 14th year, the 41 North Film Festival brings award-winning independent films, and some of the fascinating individuals …

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New Recovery Project Seeks To Help Flood Victims

If you still need help recovering from the June flood, assistance is available. The Flood Recovery Project – Copper Country, created in October, will assist Copper Country residents facing long term effects from June 2018 flooding, also locally known as the Father’s Day Flood. Marci Vivian and Dennis Leopold will …

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Copperwood Mine Project Issued Wetlands Permit From MDEQ

Highland Copper Company has the go-ahead from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality for its Copperwood Project. The DEQ issued the required Wetlands Permit to the company for the mine project in Ontonagon County. Following the release of the updated feasibility study on the project in June, Highland moved forward …

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Tech Soccer Falls in GLIAC Tourney – Wednesday Sports Wrap

Click on the blue links for more details. High School In the district semifinals of the high school volleyball tournament tonight… – Division Four District 98, Lake Linden-Hubbell will play Baraga. L’Anse will meet Chassell tonight. – Division Four District 97 at Watersmeet, Jeffers will face Wakefield-Marenisco. Ewen-Trout Creek will …

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Houghton High School Grad Running For Charity

A former Houghton High School graduate is taking part in the Boston Marathon. Now a sophomore at Boston College, Nick Wilson was featured in the school’s newsletter as he prepares to run in the event to raise money for charity.  He is raising money for the American Red Cross and …

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Aspirus Keweenaw Partners With Michigan Harvest Gathering

LAURIUM, Mich. – Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital and Clinics is partnering with the Michigan Harvest Gathering (MHG) for another year, collecting non-perishable food items at all eight Aspirus locations in Laurium, Calumet, Houghton and Lake Linden. Aspirus employees, patients, and the community are invited to join in the effort to help provide …

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