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Firearms Deer Season Set To Open Thursday

Hunters are making final preparations before heading out for Thursday’s opening day of firearms deer season. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the state is in the top five nationally in both number of deer hunters and overall deer taken each year. 376,365 deer were harvested last year. Of …

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America Recycles Day This Thursday

The Copper Country Recycling Initiative is supporting a nationally-recognized day that celebrates and promotes recycling in the US. America Recycles Day takes place this Thursday and encourages people to spread the word about the benefits of recycling and to practice recycling themselves, according to Project Wet (projectwet.org). As group of local …

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Finlandia Donors Can Triple Their Gifts Made On Giving Tuesday

Finlandia donors can triple their gifts this Giving Tuesday, as the university will have two matching incentives: A member of the Board of Trustees has agreed to match all donations dollar for dollar that are made on Giving Tuesday, up to $20,000. Finlandia is also participating in Facebook’s Giving Tuesday program, in which they …

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DEQ Giving Lecture On Michigan PFAS Action Response Team

A staff member from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality will present a seminar on the Michigan PFAS (P-Faws) Action Response Team. Michigan Tech’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is sponsoring the guest lecture by the DEQ’s Ian Smith at noon on Wednesday in the M&M building U113. Perfluoroalkyl …

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