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Festival Ruska Features Great Lakes Author

Festival Ruska celebrates the arrival of the fall colors with events that also highlight Finnish-American heritage. District Court Judge Mark Munger of Duluth, Minnesota visited the Copper Country Monday for a book signing of his latest book–Boomtown. Set in northern Minnesota, Boomtown is a legal thriller and murder mystery about …

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Men’s Health Tune-Up set for October 15

HANCOCK – UP Health System – Portage is proud to once again be reaching out to the men of the Copper Country with its sixth annual Men’s Health Tune-Up. The event will be hosted at Hancock High School from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 15, 2016. “This …

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CareerFEST On Rails

The 3rd Annual Rail Day and Student Expo is Michigan Tech’s original Industry Day event and now part of CareerFEST. A dozen companies converged on campus Friday to talk to students about the kinds of opportunities they offer in the rail industry. MTU Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering …

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KBIC Donates Life-Saving Device & Training

For video on this story by ABC-10’s Melanie Palmer, click here. The waters of Lake Superior can be dangerous, so emergency responders need as many life-saving methods as possible Van Riper DNR members along with the Marquette County Fire Inspector gathered at the Baraga Marina Friday to receive equipment from …

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Copper Country United Way Holding Fundraiser Cookout

The Copper Country United Way campaign continues. A cookout fundraiser will be at Tadych’s Econo Foods Saturday from 11:00am – 3:00pm. Enjoy Volleworth’s hotdogs or grilled hamburgers, chips and canned pop! Prices are low and all proceeds will go to the Copper Country United Way. Copper Country United Way provides funding …

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