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Gentle Exercise Classes Offered For Seniors

Just what the doctor ordered! “Movement is medicine” for older adults and “exercise is the miracle drug,” says study after study about healthy aging. “You’re never too old and it’s never too late.” Beginning Monday, Thursday, January 31, seniors are invited to join Gentle Exercise classes for 12 weeks at …

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Bergman to Serve Second Term on Veterans Affairs Committee

The following press release was issued by Congressman Bergman’s office: Washington – Congressman Jack Bergman announced that he will be returning to the House Veterans Affairs Committee in the 116th Congress. He has served for two years on the committee where he helped author groundbreaking Veterans’ legislation and held multiple field hearings …

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Calumet’s Snow Moving Equipment Repaired

A potentially troublesome situation has been averted in the Village of Calumet now that replacement parts were found for their snow removal equipment. The Daily Mining Gazette reported last week that the village’s snow-go had broken down, which put Calumet in a bind.  Without a snow-go to help take the …

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Green Film: Mother Caring for 7 Billion (Feb. 20)

Join us for the next 2019 Green Film: Mother Caring for 7 Billion (2017)                                    Date &Time: 7:00-8:30 pm, Wed., Feb. 20th  (NOTE: all films in 2019 on Wednesdays!)    Enjoy coffee, refreshments and facilitated discussion. Cost:  FREE, $5 suggested donation Location: G002 Hesterberg Hall, Michigan Tech Forestry Bldg. Description:Examines the challenges we face in a world …

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Presentation Looks At Cost Of Flood Prevention

The floods that devastated the Copper Country last summer caused million of dollars worth of damage—but what would it cost to keep an event like that from happening again? The Carnegie Museum’s Father’s Day Flood series will present Dr. Melanie Kueber Watkins tonight at 7pm.  She will speak on “Being …

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