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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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Dianda Discusses Capital View Project Opposition

State Representative Scott Dianda continues to voice his opposition to the Capitol View project in Lansing. Dianda introduced a resolution in the State House earlier this week, requesting an investigation by the Attorney General into the process of the State Senate agreeing to lease office space in the building. He …

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Forum To Feature Houghton County Candidates

There are several offices in Houghton County up for election this November. To hear from the candidates for some of the top positions in the county, the League of Women Voters of the Copper County and the Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Candidates Forum and Voter Registration Information …

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