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1 Million Cups Of Coffee & A Pair Of New Businesses

What does employee tracking software have in common with iconic Upper Peninsula art?   The answer is coffee—a million cups of it to be exact. The January 1 Million Cups meeting was held Wednesday, where business professionals offered their input and expertise to up-and-comers in the local marketplace.  Speakers discussed productivity …

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Mount Bohemia voted #2 Ski Resort

Lac La Belle, MI– The Keweenaw Convention & Visitors Bureau would like to announce that Mt. Bohemia has been rated # 2 out of 20 top ski resorts in the United States and Canada by USA Today. Mount Bohemia is the only ski resort east of the Rockies to receive …

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Free Computer and Digital Device Tutoring Returns

Students from the Computer Science Department at Michigan Tech will provide free tutoring at the Portage Lake District Library for beginning computer users starting on Saturday, January 19. These computer help sessions with individual tutors will be held every Saturday from 9-10am except during MTU’s holiday and semester breaks. “BASIC: …

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Heikinpäivä Enrichment Classes Get Underway Monday

HANCOCK — Winter’s almost half over, so celebrate the season’s midpoint by learning a new Finnish folk tradition. As part of the Heikinpäivä festival, folks will have the chance to learn to make squeaky cheese (leipäjuusto in Finnish) or to partake in the fiber art of spinning. The cheese classes …

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Group Meeting To Discuss Climate Change Solutions

The Citizen’s Climate Lobby is a non-partisan climate action group focused on positive solutions. They are inviting everyone to their monthly chapter meeting on January 15th from 5:30-7pm at the Portage Lake District Library. The group will join a brief video talk by journalist Amanda Ripley, who focuses on clear, …

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