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Vast Majority of Teachers Experienced Cuts

The Michigan Education Association says nearly 80 percent of teachers in the state have experienced funding cuts at their schools in the past four years. The president of the state’s teachers union says K-12 funding cuts aren’t campaign rhetoric ahead of the election next month. Democrats and the MEA say …

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LSPR Opens Today – Friday Sports Wrap

High School In high school volleyball last night… – Calumet defeated L’Anse 3-1. – Lake Linden-Hubbell edged Ontonagon 3-2. – Chassell shut out Dollar Bay 3-0. – Ewen-Trout Creek fell to Watersmeet 3-0. Tomorrow, Houghton, Calumet, Hancock, L’Anse, Baraga, and Chassell will be among the teams playing at the Houghton …

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Last Council Meeting for Haeussler and Givens

The Hancock City Council will have a slightly different look the next time they meet. Last night was the final meeting for councilors John Haeussler and Barry Givens. Both have chosen to not to put their names on the ballot for the upcoming election. At the end of the meeting, …

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