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Rebates Available at Appliance Recycling Events

UPPCO Appliance Recycling Events – Pictured above is just a fraction of the 484 appliances collected at the first UPPCO 2019 Appliance Recycling Event held in Escanaba, MI on May 10th and 11th. The collection of inefficient appliances at this successful event eliminated enough kilowatt-hours of energy consumption to power …

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Munising Man Facing Murder Charge

Sadowski appears in court in 2017 A Munising man is facing a murder charge in Alger County. Jason David Sadowski was arrested Friday afternoon following an investigation into a suspicious death of a 58-year-old Munising man on May 30th. Sadowski is currently lodged at the Alger County Sheriff’s Department where …

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Repaving Work Scheduled For US-41/M-28 near Ispheming

Motorists heading to Marquette County may be delayed after another construction project gets underway later this month. The Michigan Department of Transportation will invest about $2.7 million to resurface 10.4 miles of US-41/M-28 from Westwood Drive to west of M-95 near Ishpeming. Work will include joint repairs, crack repairs and …

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BHK Child Development Sponsoring USDA Summer Food Program

The following press release was issued by BHK: HOUGHTON – BHK Child Development Board is sponsoring the Summer Food Service Program. The following meals will be provided to children free of charge.  Acceptance and participation requirements for the program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, …

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Afternoon Chicago Flights Now Offered At Sawyer

Air travelers have another option for flying in or out of the U.P. Sawyer International Airport in Marquette County has announced they have begun providing a second daily flight to Chicago in the afternoon on American Airlines. Daily flights to Minneapolis—St. Paul through SkyWest Airlines (operating as Delta Air) and …

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Folk instrument workshops still have available seats

The following press release was issued by the Finnish American Reporter: HANCOCK — If you thought you missed the registration deadline for the Finnish American Folk School’s Juhannus instrument workshops, don’t worry – the classes will accept new registrants right up to the day of each class. Finnish artisan Minna …

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