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Taking action now can reduce bear problems later

The following press release was issued by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources: As longer daylight hours and warming temperatures start wildlife moving, the DNR reminds Michigan residents that now is the time to look at their property for items that could attract bears. Bears find bird seed and suet …

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Bergman Calls For Unity Following Mueller Report

Congressman Jack Bergman is calling the findings of no collusion between President Trump and Russia great news for the country. Special Council Robert Mueller released his report Sunday and no further indictments are expected at this time. Bergman said that after “two years and tens of millions of dollars later, …

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Countdown To Calumet Colosseum Voting: 4 Days

The Calumet Colosseum will soon be receiving some renovations thanks to a national contest, although the extent of those repairs will not be known until next week. The oldest indoor ice rink has been named one of four finalists in Kraft’s Hockeyville USA contest, securing a minimum prize of $10,000, …

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Countdown To Calumet Colosseum Voting: 5 Days

The historic Calumet Colosseum has been named one of four finalists for Kraft Hockeyville 2019. This means the arena will receive at least $10,000 in updates but could win as much as $150,000 in updates and host an NHL preseason game next fall! The next step is voting between the …

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Worker Killed In Industrial Accident

One person is dead following an industrial accident in Iron Mountain. The Michigan State Police says the accident happened Thursday at Minerick Logging shortly before 11am in Sagola Township in Dickinson County. When troopers arrived on scene, it was determined that the accident happened while an employee was doing routine …

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UP Lawmakers Hold Office Hour In Hancock

Reducing auto insurance rates is still the top priority for the Copper Country’s representatives in Lansing. State Senator Ed McBroom and State Representative Greg Markkanen met with constituents Friday at KC Bonkers Toys & Coffee in Hancock. It was standing room only in the coffee shop, and Markkanen said they …

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