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Shakespeare’s Heroines Must Get Along to Get Out of Purgatory

Shakespeare’s stories are full of tragic, comedic, and snarky women. And what happens when you get Lady Macbeth, Cordilia, Juliet, Desdemona, Ophelia, and frenemies together in the afterlife? They might trade remarks, play some board games, sew, and speak with a therapist. The Houghton High School Drama Club will take …

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Missing L’Anse Man’s Body Found in the Keweenaw Bay

The search for a missing L’Anse man has ended. Late Tuesday, at 9:55 pm the Baraga County Sheriff responded for a 35 year old missing L’Anse man, who had not reported into work that day, and had not been seen since the morning of Monday, November 14th. On Wednesday deputies …

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Summer Beach Clean-Ups Collect Six Tons of Trash from Lake Superior’s Coast

Over the summer the Superior Watershed Partnership supported coastal cleanups in Marquette and with the Keweenaw Bay and Bay Mills Indian communities. The beach clean-up events where funded by a grant the superior watershed partnership was able to acquire through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Debris Program. The …

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Giving Tuesday: Dial Help

Dial Help started nearly 50 years ago, starting with a 24 hour crisis hot line. Since then the small community organization has expanded to include many programs focused on supporting mental health, victims of domestic violence, substance abuse disorder, and education and training. Dial Help has built a strong relationship …

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UPHS – Portage Earns Ninth Straight A Rating from Leapfrog Hospital Safety

UPHS – Portage has earned an A rating from Leapfrog Hospital Safety. The hospital earns national recognition with the award, and it’s ninth straight recognition from the hospital safety and transparency advocate group. The Leapfrog Group is a nationally recognized hospital and medical industry watchdog group that grades facilities on …

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Former Mayor and City Manger Barry Givens Will be Honored at the Governor’s Service Awards in Detroit Tonight

Down in Detroit tonight, the state’s Community Service Commission hosts their annual Governor’s Service Awards at the Fox Theater. During the pandemic the ceremony looked much different from it usual glitz and glam, having to operate, and award winners remotely. Just like many other events across the country during the …

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Hancock Seeking Applicants to Fill Lancour’s Vacant Council Seat

The next item for the city council to consider was how to rectify Michael Lancour’s election to the city council. Lancour is currently a member of the Hancock Public School Board. Originally he had plan to run for a vacant council seat during the 2022 city election. After realizing he …

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Hancock Police Millage Will Appear on the Next Tax Bill

Hancock residents last week approved all three ballot proposals dealing with Hancock Public School and the Hancock Police Department. The police millage passed through the election, with a vote of nearly two to one in favor of the proposed millage. The police millage is anticipated to raise 100,000 dollars for …

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Get Excited for Friends and Thanksgiving with Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly

In just one week friends and families will start to gather around together and share a great Thanksgiving feast. Though for some seniors in the area, finding a place to go or friends to be around can be difficult. And that is why the little brothers friends of the elderly …

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