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Finlandia Adjusts Fall Semester Schedule

Finlandia University has made an adjustment to the schedule of their Fall Semester. Now, after Thanksgiving break, the remainder of the semester will be done remotely. Dean of Students Erin Barnett explained why. The residence hall will close for the semester on November 21st at noon, and the remainder of …

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Crane In Road Disrupts Shelden Avenue

Shelden Avenue between the City Center and Douglas House, is down to one lane this morning, as there is a crane on the left side of the road. Apparently the roof of the Douglas House needed repairs, and the contractor got an MDOT permit, but didn’t tell anyone else. According …

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U.P. Kids Presents Read To Ride

If you‘ve got a child between the ages of six and fourteen, in the Western Upper Peninsula, who loves to read and could use a new mountain bike and helmet, today is your lucky day. U.P. Kids presents the Herman “Winks” Gundlach Read to Ride Program. Every book your child …

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Calumet Repairs Loader Checks Out Bigger One

The Village of Calumet’s small loader, used for Fall and Spring cleanups, along with snow removal, is down in Marquette, for repair work. This coming from the Village Council meeting last night. The council approved $10,500 for repairs and transportation back to the village, once repairs are done. The council …

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