Recent Updates

Fall Career Fair at Michigan Tech

MTU students are breathing a sigh of relief after going through countless interviews in hopes of landing their next big job. Over 300 companies from across the country packed the Student Development Complex at Michigan Tech for the university’s job fair Tuesday. Students double and triple checked their resumes and …

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Testimony Begins in Fish Trial

After an attempt to fire his attorney on Monday, Bernard Fish will not be granted that request. Testimony in the armed robbery case began yesterday in Baraga County Circuit Court. Fish told Judge Charles Goodman on Monday that he wanted to fire his attorney, Matthew Tingstad, and represent himself. Judge …

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New Changes to Deer Hunting License Structure

Deer hunting season is fast approaching in the Copper Country and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants to remind hunters of the license structure change. Hunters are now required to by an $11 base license in addition to a regular hunting license. DNR deputy public information officer Debbie Munson …

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