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Ahmeek Teen Injured In Accident

An 18-year-old Ahmeek woman was taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle accident Saturday night just north of South Range. The Houghton County Sheriff’s Office said the woman was traveling north on M-26 just after 9:00 p.m., when she lost control of her vehicle. She reportedly spun sideways into the …

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Break-In At Northwoods Trading Post In Hancock

Police are investigating a breaking and entering incident that occurred early Saturday morning in the City of Hancock. At approximately 4:15 a.m., the Hancock City Police Department responded to a reported breaking and entering complaint at the Northwoods Trading Post on Quincy Street. When they arrived, police say the front …

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Suspension Of Five Finlandia Students Upheld

Finlandia University released the following statement Friday afternoon concerning the suspension of five students earlier this week: The Finlandia University Conduct Board has upheld the appeal of the five students who were suspended on December 6. The University is now entering an internal investigation which will be completed within 10 …

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Expelled Finlandia Student Arraigned On Assault Charge

An expelled Finlandia University student was arraigned in Houghton this morning. The former Finlandia University student and football player is facing a misdemeanor charge stemming from an alleged altercation with another student. Tajuante Anderson, 20, was charged with aggravated assault, which is punishable by a year in jail and a …

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Rep. Dianda Honors Cora Anderson, Michigan’s First Female State Rep

LANSING — State Representative Scott Dianda (D-Calumet) took part in a ceremony today commemorating Cora Reynolds Anderson, Michigan’s first female and first Native American state representative, who represented Baraga, Iron, Keweenaw and Ontonagon counties from 1925-26. The building that houses the Michigan House of Representative legislative offices and committee rooms …

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DNR Seeks Volunteer Campground Hosts For 2017 Season

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is seeking volunteer campground hosts for the 2017 camping season in Michigan state parks, recreation areas and rustic state forest campgrounds. Spend time in Michigan’s great outdoors, while engaging with park visitors. Volunteer campground hosts are responsible for 30 hours of service per week, …

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“A Noteworthy Christmas” Concert Tonight In Hancock

Noteworthy, the Copper Country’s women’s barbershop chorus, will perform its annual Christmas concert at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Hancock Thursday (Dec. 8) at 7:00pm. “A Noteworthy Christmas” also features a vocal ensemble from Hancock High School. There is no charge for admission, and a free-will offering will be taken …

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Baraga Casino Renovations Begin

For the original story, visit ABC-10’s website. “A more local, Cheers-type of atmosphere,” said General manager of Ojibwa Casino Don Wren’s on one of the sites’ the upcoming renovations. Wednesday was the groundbreaking ceremony for the Baraga Casino. The casino is spending $6.5 million on infrastructure upgrades and a face-lift. “A lot …

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