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International School of Art & Design Faculty Exhibit 2017

HANCOCK, MI – Finlandia University’s International School of Art and Design will present a faculty exhibit at the Finlandia University Gallery, located in the Finnish American Heritage Center (FAHC), Hancock, February 22 to March 21, 2017. An opening reception for the artists will take place at the gallery Wednesday, February …

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KHF Donates New Defibrillator For Hancock Fire Department

The Hancock Volunteer Fire Department has a new piece of life-saving technology thanks to a donation from the Keweenaw Health Foundation. Keweenaw Health Foundation Executive Director Ed Jenich presented a new portable automatic external defibrillator to Second Assistant Fire Chief Neil Ahola on Thursday, February 16th at the fire department …

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Court To Hear Motions In Yik Yak Lawsuit

A motions hearing is scheduled for today in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids concerning Michigan Tech’s decision to dismiss a student last year for a post on a social media site. Norway, MI resident Matthew Schultz was a student at Michigan Tech until he was expelled for a post …

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Finlandia Community Wellness Open House Today At Paavo Nurmi Center

Finlandia Community Wellness welcomes the public to an open house at the Paavo Nurmi Center on Monday, February 20 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. This is an opportunity for the community to explore the facility, learn about the programs offered and interact with the staff. On-site fitness professionals will include Bridget Durocher, Joan Kero, Beth Ryynanen and Shannon …

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DNR Partners With Sheriff’s Deputies To Patrol Snowmobile Noise Complaints In The City of Houghton

Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers teamed up with deputies from the Houghton County Sheriff’s Office to address several recent loud noise complaints in the City of Houghton. The group sound enforcement patrol was conducted Feb. 11 along Trail No. 3 at Kestner Waterfront Park. “We were targeting snowmobile …

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