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Copper Country Relay For Life At McAfee Field Today

The fight against cancer carries on today at the Copper Country Relay For Life. The event is being held at Finlandia University’s McAfee Field in Hancock from 4pm to midnight. The Relay is a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, but Event coordinator Stephanie Swartzendruber says the event can provide …

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Help Pour The Beer At Keweenaw Brewfest

As craft beer makers and other vendors get ready for the Keweenaw Brewfest, the Keweenaw Community Foundation is also making their final preparations. The event features 50 different breweries and over 200 beers, along with food vendors and live music at Ray Kestner Waterfront Park on Saturday, August 27th. KCF …

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Public Meeting Set To Discuss Hancock Master Plan

The City of Hancock is working on a community-wide Master Plan and they want to know what their residents think. They are holding a public meeting to discuss the Master Plan on September 12th at 6pm. The Master Plan will set the overall vision of the community as the official statement …

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Hancock Police Chief Gives Quarterly Report

The Hancock Police Department has been busy. In his quarterly report to the city council, Police Chief Wayne Butler outlined the 2nd quarter numbers with the department answering 621 calls for service–up from 593 the previous quarter. Butler highlighted that they had seen an increase in the number of reports …

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Michigan Tech Earns Gold-Level Veteran-Friendly Status

Michigan Tech is now a gold-level Veteran-Friendly school. The recognition coming from the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency. Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency Director James Redford said, “There are seven standards that we measure against and for a university or a college to receive the gold standard, they have to achieve at …

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