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Calumet Village Administrator Resigns


There are a number of changes coming to the leadership of the Village of Calumet. With positions of trustee, president and clerk all up for election in November, the Village will also be looking for a new Administrator. Current Administrator Rob Tarvis is resigning after two years on the job. …

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UPDATED: Chamber Office Temporarily Closing


UPDATE: Chamber President Brian Donnelly issued this statement today regarding the office hours of the Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce: “The Chamber of Commerce has hired temporary office help to remain open for business as we transition to a new staff model. Combined with our active Board of Directors, we will …

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Local Organizations Showcase Their Services


There are many services available to local residents, but how do residents get the help they need if they don’t know what services are out there? The Local Human Services Expo held at the Copper Country Mall brought together many of the agencies that are there for those that need …

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Be Careful With Nasal Sprays


During cold season, many people get relief using a nasal spray. Pharmacist Angela Giallourakis says when using a nasal spray never direct it at the nasal septum, that’s that middle portion of your nose.

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Request For Grand Jury Investigation Denied


The Ingham County Circuit Court has denied a complaint for a one person grand jury to look into Governor Snyder’s use of taxpayer money to pay for legal fees connected to the Flint Water Crisis. Former Democratic Party Chair Mark Brewer filed the complaint, stating the governor signed a contract …

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Multi-Billion Dollar Settlement Approved In VW Cheating Case


A federal judge has approved the $14.7 billion settlement between Volkswagen, regulators and owners of 475,000 diesel vehicles. Over a year ago, VW admitted to using secret software in diesel vehicles to cheat exhaust emissions tests. The agreement includes ten billion dollars to buy back vehicles. Auto Analyst John McElroy.

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