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U.S. 41 Near Copper Harbor to be Closed

The Michigan Department of Transportation has announced that next Tuesday, U.S. 41 near Copper Harbor will be closed from 7am to 4pm. MDOT will replace a culvert in the Lake Medora area. The current culvert has collapsed, causing damage to the roadway. Northbound through-traffic will be detoured at Phoenix along …

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Liability Shift for Fraudulent Purchases

Starting in October 2015, the liability of credit card purchase fraud will fall on business owners that are not using EMV technology. Presently, if you accept a fraudulent payment, the bank issuing the card is liable for the amount of the fraud and the bank will absorb the cost. However, …

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White Nose Syndrome Effecting Bat Population

They’re not very popular and would probably never be called cute, cuddly or adorable. But, bats are very important to our society as well as the economy. However, some species are facing a possible annihilation. White Nose Syndrome has already killed seven million bats. The milky fungus is the greatest …

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PRIMARY ELECTION COVERAGE 2014

    Election 2014 coverage on 97.7, The Wolf Brought to you by: Econo Foods Copper Country Education Association White House Motel For the state governor’s race, click here. For the U.S. Senate race, click here. For the 1st U.S. Congressional District, click here. For the 38th MI Senate District, …

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Primary Elections Day

Today the polls will be open and the primary election will take place. Although there won’t be many decisions being made, there are some races that will be contested including incumbent Dan Benishek going up against Alan Arcand for the Republican party’s representative for the 1st Congressional U.S. District and …

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Low Voter Turnout Expected for Primaries

It appears that voter turnout for the today’s primary elections could be lower than ever. Matt Marsden, public affairs director for RevSix Data Systems, which is tracking absentee ballots, says that the low rate of return on absentee ballots, could be an indication that fewer than one million voters will …

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Lake Linden Man at Fault in July Accident

A Lake Linden man who was struck by a car in Calumet Township in July has been found at fault in the accident. An investigation by the Calumet Post of the Michigan State Police revealed 30-year-old Albert Labeau was walking southbound on M-26 in the southbound lane when he was …

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Downstate Man Hurt in ORV Crash

A downstate man is in critical condition after an ORV crash in Alger County Sunday afternoon. Troopers from the Negaunee Post of the Michigan State Police say the accident happened around 5:30 on H-58 near H-15 close to the Bear Trap Dam. They say 49-year-old James Welsh of Farmington Hills …

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Meth lab case to go on trial

Two co-defendants in a Gogebic County meth lab case are going to trial. 31-year-old Joshua Anderson and 37-year-old Richard Hill, both of Ironwood, will each appear in U.S. District Court in Marquette for a pretrial August 25. Their trials are set to begin October 20. Court officials do not know …

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New CEO for LARA

Gov. Rick Snyder has announced that chief regulatory officer and director of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Steve Arwood will become the chief operating officer at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. The governor says Arwood has a track record of accomplishment and knowledge of the state’s business climate. At MEDC, Arwood …

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