The man at the center of the wolf hunt controversy was sentenced yesterday in Ontonagon District Court. 68-year-old Jon Koski was ordered to pay $1,867 in fines and costs. Judge Mark Wisti ordered Koski to pay the amount within 60 days or he will be charged with contempt of court. Judge Wisti said he had enough information from the report to give a sentence. The case involves three donkeys that were given to Koski by the state to protect his farm from wolves. Koski was originally charged with animal cruelty but the charges were amended to failing to provide an animal with adequate care.
Two MTU Faculty Members Earn CAREER Grants
Two Michigan Tech faculty members have been honored with prestigious CAREER Awards from the National …