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“Stuff A Blue Goose” Events This Week

The 2016 Michigan Harvest Gathering Campaign in underway to raise hunger awareness and to provide food for local food pantries. Troopers from the Michigan State Police were outside Pat’s Foods in L’Anse Saturday, where people could buy a bag of groceries which were then stuffed inside a patrol car, or …

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Adams Township School District Trustee Candidate Forum

A Candidate Forum is being held for the position of Adams Township School District Trustee. The forum will be held at the Jeffers High School Media Room on Monday and is presented by the Copper Country League of Women Voters. The candidates invited are John Asiala, Jason Coffey, George Eakin, …

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Local Human Services Expo

As we head into the winter, do you need help with food, finances, housing, physical health, mental health or domestic issues? Help is available, but it’s sometimes challenging to locate. Find the assistance that you or a loved one need at the Local Human Services Expo at the Copper Country …

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Trail Cam Theft Suspect Identified

The man who allegedly stole a trail camera and other hunting equipment from a deer blind in Negaunee Township in early October has been identified. According to Fred Torreano, who had the equipment stolen from his family hunting area, the man is going to return all of the items he …

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Calumet Village Hires New Police Chief

The Village of Calumet has a new police chief. Lake Linden resident Joel Dobis has been hired by the Village Council, a decision that was confirmed at their October meeting when a motion to rescind the offer failed. Dobis worked for the city of Zilwaukee, MI as a police officer …

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Winners Announced In Range Lions Annual Fall Promotion

The Range Lions are volunteering their time to ring the bell during the Yuletide season for the Salvation Army. The club met at the Range Lounge in South Range for their regular monthly meeting. They made $100 donations to Northern Airlifeline, Upper Peninsula Honor Flight for local area veterans, the …

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CCISD Staff Earn Recognition

Several members of the Copper Country Intermediate School District staff are receiving praise from the board. Superintendent George Stockero says the Michigan State Police presented a certificate of excellence to the CCISD maintenance and bus crew for achieving a 100% Pass Rate for School Bus Safety. Stockero said that Ed …

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Residents Urged To Support Recreation Millage

John Haeussler of the Hancock Recreation Committee stressed to the city council the importance of residents passing the Recreation Millage on November 8th. The 0.8 mills for five years would provide roughly $85,000 annually for capital recreation improvements. Haeussler said those could include improvements at the city’s campground, beach and …

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