Little Brothers volunteers step up for elders Pro-Life advocates gather in L’Anse for prayer Past is present at historic Whirl-I-Gig ; Restoration preserves Gig’s colorful history Vaccine appointments fill fast Restaurants laying plans for reopening High schoolers return to class County reappoints Miron, shelves retirement pay; Koskinen’s commissioner retirement fund proposal ‘nullified’ Tribal Health, hospital roll out vaccines; Administer first doses; more coming Bethel, volunteers quietly fill community needs; ‘This is a great place to live—and great place to give’ Funeral homes rise to answer COVID demand
Little Brothers volunteers step up for elders

Little Brothers volunteers step up for elders

by Barry Drue Nearly a year after the COVID-19 virus has disrupted life for all, and isolated senior citizens in particular, there are volunteers and agencies who have continued to… Read more »

Pro-Life advocates gather in L’Anse for prayer

Pro-Life advocates gather in L’Anse for prayer

by Barry Drue A group of about 30 people gathered in downtown L’Anse on Friday, Jan. 29, 2021,to celebrate its pro-life, anti-abortion commitment. Representing the Life Outreach program, St. Vincent… Read more »

Past is present at historic Whirl-I-Gig ; Restoration preserves Gig’s colorful history

Past is present at historic Whirl-I-Gig ; Restoration preserves Gig’s colorful history

by Nancy Besonen History repeats itself every day Ron Whitman opens up the Whirl-I-Gig in Zeba. The banquet hall and bowling alley have been opening for business since 1933 and… Read more »

Vaccine appointments fill fast

Vaccine appointments fill fast

by Barry Drue Interest in COVID-19 vaccines is undeniably high in the area. Baraga County Memorial Hospital opened its vaccine hotline number last Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, and quickly received… Read more »

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