Meyers seeks withdrawal of murder plea Regs easing; construction resumes Assistance, info available to local businesses Teaching becomes a family affair SVdP food pantry ready to help Local businesses coping with the times L’Anse company machining ventilator parts Hospital gears for COVID-19 Close casinos, some offices Schools react to shut-down
Meyers seeks withdrawal of murder plea

Meyers seeks withdrawal of murder plea

  by Barry Drue Judge Tim Brennan will consider a motion to withdraw a plea in the murder case of Genevieve Lynn Meyers. The matter was scheduled remotely in Baraga… Read more »

Regs easing; construction resumes

Regs easing; construction resumes

by Barry Drue Local contractors were able to resume work last week as restrictions placed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to help slow the spread of COVID-19 were eased. The Stay… Read more »

Assistance, info available to local businesses

Assistance, info available to local businesses

  by Barry Drue As business owners and employees navigate through unprecedented situations relating to the Coronavirus shutdown, employee/customer safety, and thoughts of re-starting and re-opening, there are a wealth… Read more »

Teaching becomes a family affair

Teaching becomes a family affair

  by Nancy Besonen How do you convert sheltering-in into a teachable moment? It’s a problem teachers across Baraga County are stumping to solve. Charged with teaching remotely due to… Read more »

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