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Firearm Deer Totals Down

This year’s firearm deer hunting season appears to have produced fewer successes in the Upper Peninsula. Wildlife biologists with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources reported yesterday that preliminary results from their check-in stations showed the harvest at about five percent less than last year, and five percent under the …

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Wisconsin Men Charged in Iron River Drug Death

Two Wisconsin men have been charged in connection with a 2017 heroin overdose death in Iron River. 29-year-old Davin Veir Washington and 36-year-old Kenneth M. Greer were recently arraigned in District Court in Iron County. Both are charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance Causing Death, which could bring a …

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PHF, Finlandia Celebrate Giving Tuesday

A number of local non-profits will be celebrating Giving Tuesday today. Giving Tuesday is designed to offset the commercialism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and redirect our focus toward the more Christmas-oriented concepts of giving and helping others. Finlandia University will again be raising funds to help pay for …

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New Isle Royale Wolves Settling In

Wolves recently relocated to the Isle Royale National Park seem to be finding enough to eat. Scientists who have been observing the wolves released an update yesterday. More than half of the prey eaten by the wolves have been moose. One of the reasons for rebuilding the wolf pack on …

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