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MI-TRALE Announces Their July Ride

On Sunday, July 16th MI-TRALE will hold their July monthly ride.  It will be a joint ride with ORVs and equestrian riders welcomed.  Well, we call it a “Ride-In”, as both groups will ride their separate ways starting at 10:00 ET, and then “Ride-In” a couple of hours later for …

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Summers Announces State House Candidacy

For the original story from ABC-10, click here. BARAGA — Ken Summers announced his candidacy for Michigan State Representative for the 110th House District amongst supporters at the Baraga County Lumber Jack Days Festival. Summers filed his affidavit in Lansing, MI on June 15 and has been touring the Western …

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Delaware Mine Tours Celebrate 40 Years

The Delaware Mine operated between 1847 and 1887. Today, it serves as the Keweenaw’s oldest attraction. Tom and Lani Poynter have owned and operated the mine since its opening on July 5th, 1977. Tom Poynter said Little has changed over the past 40 years. “We’ve gone from guided tours years …

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Sixty Years On: Still Flinging Frisbees

CALUMET—After six decades, Frisbee continues to make its mark in the Copper Country and around the world. Tournament featuring many different types of disc sports are held in countries all over the globe, and they can all trace their roots back to a small village on the shores of Lake …

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Movie Magic Series Begins At Calumet Theatre

“Finding Dory” kicks off the Movie Magic Film Series at the Calumet Theatre on Wednesday, July 5 at 7 pm. Admission is $1 per person with fresh popcorn and concessions for sale. Kids 13 and under have a chance to win prizes including a bike. The friendly but forgetful blue …

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SISU Challenge Coming Back

The SISU Challenge, a fundraiser put on by Michigan Tech’s Army ROTC Battalion, is returning this fall. The SISU Challenge is a 5k obstacle course along the Portage Waterway, taking place on September 2nd. Participants compete in teams of 3-5 to complete Crossfit inspired obstacles. All proceeds go to the …

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ThermoAnalytics Heating Up Following Paris Air Show

ThermoAnalytics is heating up. Literally. The software and engineering services company is celebrating their 21st birthday. President Keith Johnson said ThermoAnalytics branched off of Michigan Tech’s Keweenaw Research Center to be its own private enterprise in 1996. “We create the software for any thermal management use, predominantly automotive, defense, aerospace, …

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Take Care Of Your Pets This July 4th

Fourth of July fireworks may be fun for the whole family, but not necessarily the family pet. Ask.Vet says July 4th is one of the most dangerous pet holidays, and pet owners should not take it lightly. The holiday sees the most reports of runaway animals, scared off by the …

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