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Update From The Hancock School District

In an email sent to parents, Hancock Schools Superintendent Steve Patchin updated parents on several issues important to the district. He began by saying the district can count on losing up to $700 per student due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state is expected to lose up to $1.1 Billion …

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Partnership Offers Reopening Kits To Small Businesses

In response to certain sectors of the economy being allowed to reopen, the Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce, Keweenaw Convention and Visitors Bureau, The Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance and Superior National Bank, have partnered up, and are offering reopening kits, designed to help small businesses reopen safely. The kits contain face …

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Local Man Gives Back To Midland

As we come up on the two year anniversary of the Father’s Day Flood, local construction worker Keith Sever remembers it well. As a result of that, Sever and his wife have decided to help out the residents of Midland, as they deal with their entire town being under water, …

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“Stay Home Stay Safe” In Effect Until June 12th

It looks like we’ll be “Staying Home and Staying Safe” at least through June 12th. Earlier this afternoon, Governor Whitmer extended her “Stay Home Stay Safe” Executive order through June 12th, unless she pulls it back before then. In her address, she said while COVID-19 cases are clearly declining, we’re …

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A Few Reminders

A few quick reminders- The pharmacies at Aspirus Houghton and Laurium will be closed on Memorial Day, and will reopen Tuesday. Check out Calumet’s Class of 2020 Honorary Parade tonight. It starts at the Calumet Colosseum at 6pm. And remember to take a minute this weekend, to remember those who …

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Update On Roadway Fatalities and Injuries

Michigan’s Department of Transportation has released the latest numbers for fatalities and seriously injured motorists. This past week, 12 people died on Michigan roads, for a year to date total of 247. 84 people were seriously injured while on Michigan roads for a year to date total of  1,206. This …

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