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Local Businesses Benefit From Skilled Trades Training Grants

Various businesses in the Upper Peninsula are receiving grants from the Skilled Trades Training Fund. The UPWARD Talent Council says the fund increases the quality and competitiveness of Michigan’s employers by providing competitive awards for customized employer responsive training. Local businesses benefitting from these grants include Great Lakes Sound & …

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KSO Presents Sinfonia Antartica Saturday

HOUGHTON, Michigan (December 7, 2017) – The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra performs Ralph Vaughan Williams’ tragic winter symphony, Sinfonia Antartica, an orchestral celebration of the heroism and tragedy of the ill-fated terra nova Antarctic expedition of 1912. They will also perform a world premiere of Libby Meyer’s Lakeside, a new composition …

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$13,000 Awarded for a Snowbike Trails Snowmobile

Hancock, Michigan – Keweenaw Community Foundation (KCF) announced that $13,000 has been awarded from the Portage Health Foundation (PHF) Community Wellness and Outdoor Recreation Fund to Copper Harbor Trails Society Inc. also known as Copper Harbor Trails Club (CHTC) to improve trail conditions, reduce noise and emissions, and to provide …

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Osceola Township Seeks Public Feedback on Recreation Plan

Osceola Township is seeking public feedback for its new Five-Year Recreation Plan. The Recreation Plan is available for Public Comment and can be viewed online at both the Township’s website www.osceolatownship.org and WUPPDR’s website www.wuppdr.org. Printed copies are available at the Township Office during normal business hours, Monday through Wednesday …

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Follow-Up Meeting For L’Anse Solar Project

The Upper Peninsula Solar Technical Assistance and Resource Team will be holding another community forum focusing on a potential Community Solar program in L’Anse. The Village of L’Anse evaluated the feasibility of the community solar program for its residential and business electric utility customers. The proposed community solar project would …

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