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Mural Artist Proposals For Houghton Due Today

The artist proposals for the mural in downtown Houghton are due today. The mural will be on the parking area across from the Vault Hotel. The ideal theme would reflect the natural treasures the Keweenaw has to offer. You can find the application form on the City of Houghton’s Facebook …

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Kermit Keweenaw Kids Youth Program Registration Tomorrow

The Kermit Keweenaw Kids youth program is a summer program dedicated to local kids. Mary Crampton, a juvenile correctional officer is running the program, and talked about what the program is, and what it means to kids in the community.  “The Kermits Kids Program is a program that provides recreational, …

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Non-Fatal Car Rollover On Quincy St.

Yesterday there was a non-fatal car accident in Hancock. A 30-year old woman was driving with a 34-year old passenger down Quincy street, and hit an unoccupied pickup truck, pushing the truck into the unoccupied car in front of it. The collision caused the woman’s car to roll onto its …

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NMU To Hold Conviction Expungement Clinic

Northern Michigan University will host a free criminal conviction expungement eligibility clinic offered through University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.  The University of Detroit Mercy School of Law will obtain a copy of each individual’s Internet Criminal History Record without charge.  Those with more than 3 felony charges are …

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MSP Offering Free Flood Cleanup Assistance

The Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division is encouraging all home and business owners with water or other damage from the recent flooding from snowmelt and heavy rain to take advantage of free help by calling 211. The labor assistance includes but is not limited to: water …

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Brockway Drive Now Open

Brockway drive is now open to vehicle traffic today. The scenic, 8.8 mile winding stretch of road is beloved by locals and tourists alike, drawing thousands per year to look at the incredible views.

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Scammer Pretending To Be L’Anse Robotics Team

It has been reported that someone has been pretending to be the L’Anse High School robotics team. They have been in contact with multiple businesses asking them to donate money to sponsor them and have their logo put on some t-shirts. This is a scam, and the Robotics group is …

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Houghton Council Approves Beekeeping and Livestock Ordinance, Two Public Hearings Scheduled in June; Council Wrap

Houghton City Council

City residents now have a rule book for urban livestock and beekeeping practices. Previously, Houghton’s animal ordinance limited molestation of birds. As the years have gone by, city leadership has begun to field questions from residents wondering if they can keep common livestock animals such as chickens or rabbits. As …

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Stamp Out Hunger Is This Saturday

stamp out hunger

Stamp out hunger is coming up again this weekend. Place your unexpired, non-perishable food in a bag out by your mailbox for your local mail carriers to pick up. The mail carriers will then drop off the bags at the Hancock post office, where it is weighed and then distributed …

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South Boundary Rd. Partially Collapsed In Porcupine Mountains

The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness Park closed South Boundary Road due to huge damage in a culvert, collapsing part of the road. More updates about detours will come as they are released. The part is still open, but expect longer hikes without the opening of the road. See full map on …

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