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Fleeing & Eluding Suspect Arrested

An Ontonagon County Deputy arrested a 31 yr old Mosinee, WI male Thursday morning just after midnight for Fleeing and Eluding, Unlawful Driving Away of an Auto, and Larceny. He is being held at the Ontonagon County Jail pending arraignment. Ontonagon County was assisted by MSP troopers and K-9 units, …

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MTEC Certifies Three GrowthWheel Business Advisors

The following press release was issued by MTEC Smartzone: HOUGHTON, MI – June 19, 2019 – MTEC SmartZone (MTEC) announces that three of their team members are now certified GrowthWheel® Business Advisors. GrowthWheel® is a visual toolbox and cloud-based platform used by business advisors to help client companies make decisions …

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Giving Day Continues At Finlandia

Finlandia’s inaugural Giving Day is in full swing, featuring events online and on campus while raising money for college textbooks. Coordinator of External Relations Olivia Myers says there are a number of other ways alumni can give back.  “Such as the Alumni Mentor Program, the Alumni Advocates Program, or being …

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Hancock Public Library Growing Under New Management

The Hancock Public Library is showing significant improvements under the management of their partners across the canal. Portage Lake District Library Director Dillon Geshel gave an update to the Hancock City Council at their regular meeting Wednesday. The PLDL has been overseeing the public library within the Hancock Public Schools …

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Hancock Mayor Resigns Due To Poor Health

Hancock Mayor John Haeussler is stepping down. Mayor Haeussler announced his resignation due to health reasons at the city council’s regular meeting Wednesday. He has served as a member of the council for a total of six years, in addition to work on several city commissions, including cemetery and recreation. …

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Summer Science Camps Underway at Michigan Tech

Session 2 of Michigan Tech’s Summer Science Camp is underway. This week, younger students entering Grades 1-2, are Making & Tinkering in Nature at Nara Nature Park. Older students, entering grades 3-5, are conducting hands-on explorations to investigate how scientists and engineers use cutting edge technology, such as thermal imaging …

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