‘Sandra’s 100 Women’ targets addiction issues Crews ready for winter; Long hours ahead for MDOT, BCRC Veterans Day celebrated in Baraga Turunen’s swine saga stretches five years; Fate of UP’s largest hog producer rests with court ‘Toys’ drive opens at Zion Agencies investigate CertainTeed effluent spill Dianda, Markkanen offer views on issues Efforts ongoing to fund rink Community strides out vs. domestic violence Tribe invests in safety
‘Sandra’s 100 Women’ targets addiction issues

‘Sandra’s 100 Women’ targets addiction issues

by Melissa Lehto The death of a loved one is never easy. Knowing that death may have been prevented makes it harder still. Sandra Lytikainen of L’Anse knows this firsthand…. Read more »

Crews ready for winter; Long hours ahead for MDOT, BCRC

Crews ready for winter; Long hours ahead for MDOT, BCRC

by Barry Drue You don’t have to tell the crews at the state and county road garages that it’s the beginning of a long, tiring, busy season. Winter snow plowing and… Read more »

Veterans Day celebrated in Baraga

Veterans Day celebrated in Baraga

by Barry Drue Baraga students and staff honored military veterans with their traditional program on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2016. Veterans were served a breakfast at the school prior to being… Read more »

Turunen’s swine saga stretches five years; Fate of UP’s largest hog producer rests with court

Turunen’s swine saga stretches five years; Fate of UP’s largest hog producer rests with court

by Barry Drue A nearly-five year legal battle over his right to raise his “Hogan Hogs” continues for Baraga pig farmer Roger Turunen. The four-day Baraga County Circuit Court session pitting… Read more »

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