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2nd Climate Change Cafe Tonight In Hancock

The Keweenaw Climate Community group continues their series of discussion-centered events tonight at the Orpheum Theater in Hancock. The event takes place from 6:00 to 8:00pm. In the second of a four-part event series, the group will cover the causes of climate change. A short presentation on the history of …

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2016 Water Festival Hosts 1000 U.P. Students

There’s no place on Earth with as much surface fresh water as the Great Lakes, which makes Michigan Tech’s Great Lakes Research Center the ideal place to learn about it. One thousand students from 13 regional schools took part in the 5th Annual Water Festival, coordinated by the Lake Superior …

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Early College Welding Program Coming To Calumet High School

Calumet High School Principal Chris Davidson informed the Boardof ductaion at their October meeting that the high school received a $20,646 Career and Technical Education Planning Grant though the Michigan Department of Education. The funds will be used to plan for an early college welding program, where students will earn …

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Hockey Referee Seminar In Calumet Saturday

Want to be a hockey referee? Registration for USA Hockey officials is still open at usahockey.com. The steps required to become an on ice official may be found on the michiganreferee.com website. A required seminar is being offered at Calumet High School this Saturday. Sign-in starts at 8:30, class begins at 9am. Those …

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U.P. Roadside Parks Closing Soon

Most roadside parks operated by the Michigan Department of Transportation in the Upper Peninsula will close for the season on Monday, Oct. 31, but two will close early for facility upgrades. Cunard Park on US-2, 2 miles west of Hermansville in Menominee County, and Cut River East Park on US-2, …

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