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FIRST Robotics Scholarships Awarded By Michigan Tech

To view the full story from Tech Today, follow this link: Eleven of this spring’s high school graduates, five from Michigan and six from Wisconsin or Minnesota, are the inaugural recipients of FIRST Robotics Scholarships to Michigan Tech. Tech Today reports these exceptional students have actively competed on a FIRST …

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Civil War Veteran Gets Headstone

A veteran of the Civil War received a headstone last week for the first time. Private Darius Bunker was buried in an unmarked grave on Mackinac Island in 1914. Dewey Jones with Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War in Marquette says those who fought in the Civil War …

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Great Lakes Nuclear Waste Dump On Hold

Canadian officials are holding off a final decision on whether to open a nuclear waste dump in Ontario less than a mile from Lake Huron. State Senator Phil Pavlov says that’s good news. He opposes the plan and is worried about the long-term impact on the lake, especially if there’s …

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