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Eagle Harbor Man Facing Nine Felonies In Child Porn Investigation

UPDATE: Name Released–61-year-old Michael Thomas Braman of Eagle Harbor was arraigned Monday in 97th District Court in Keweenaw County on nine felony charges related to a child pornography investigation. ——————————————————————————————————— A Keweenaw County man is facing multiple child porn charges. Deputies from the Keweenaw County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 61-year-old …

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John Haeussler presentation at Hancock School Public Library

Pre-1940 images of Hancock will be displayed and discussed at the Hancock School Public Library, part of a presentation by John Haeussler on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at 7:00pm. It is called Fire, Miners and Elephants: Hancock in Photos and Words, 1860-1940. Contemporary accounts from newspapers and other publications pertaining …

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Students Attend National Summer Transportation Institute

The following press release was issued by Michigan Tech writer Mark Wilcox: High school students from throughout the country will travel throughout the Upper Peninsula during the National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI), July 14-27. Part of Michigan Technological University’s Summer Youth Programs (SYP), explorations will take the students beyond the …

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Public meeting set for Houghton County on Buffalo Reef

Credit: Neil Harri. Dredging operations at the Grand Traverse Harbor in Houghton County are shown. Stamp sands, the gray-black beach sands, are being removed from the beach and Lake Superior. The following press release was issued by the MDNR: The Buffalo Reef Task Force has scheduled a meeting in Lake …

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Rebates Available at Houghton Appliance Recycling Event

UPPCO Appliance Recycling Events – Pictured above is just a fraction of the 869 appliances that have been collected during UPPCO’s 2019 Appliance Recycling program. The two collections of older, inefficient appliances thus far have eliminated enough energy consumption to power ~84 residential homes for a year. Upper Peninsula Power …

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