Principal foe: board must censor newspaper

HANCOCK — After reporting news of a campaign to remove a principal, the Daily Mining Gazette came under attack at Monday’s School Board meeting, during which a ...

Local Rotary seeks exchange hosts

HANCOCK — Superintendent Kipp Beaudoin is inviting Hancock residents to consider hosting a youth exchange student as an international student ...

A man who did more than his share

Of all the people I’ve met in my lifetime, Bob Erkkila took the top prize in two categories: 1. He was the kindest and most considerate person I ever ran into; ...

Many immigrants danced across the ocean

Society and technology are dynamic in that they are in constant change. And yet, the members of one society of one time period are very similar to those of another ...

A hockey player’s fate

To be 18, a professional athlete, and loved—who wouldn’t envy such an existence. Unless, luck suddenly turns on you, and in an unfortunate ...

See small truths all around us

To the editor: In a beautiful children’s book, “Old Turtle and the Broken Truth”, author Douglas Wood (watercolor illustrations by Jon J. Muth) warns of the ...

Big money limits need balance?

Who speaks for working people?

Municipalities face dicey call on retail weed

Know your rights when returning gifts

Traumatized students need specially trained teaching

Can education make your career be robot-proof?

Do you support spending federal flood relief funds meant for the Copper Country for the border wall instead?

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