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Maawanji’iding is a celebration not to be missed

July 23, 2014 The pageantry, majesty and heritage of the Ojibwa people will once again take center stage this weekend as the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community presents their annual Maawanji’iding, or Pow Wow. more »»

Fahrner has tools to lead the Chamber

July 22, 2014 An exciting new chapter in the history of the Keweenaw Peninsula Chamber of Commerce began last week. more »»

Dianda shows ability to gain bipartisan support

July 18, 2014 It seems all we hear from Washington these days is how the two major political parties just can’t get along. more »»

Aspirus projects are commitment to the region

July 16, 2014 Less than a month after its ribbon cutting on the new Houghton Clinic, Aspirus Keweenaw is at it again, breaking ground on a major expansion to the Laurium faciliti. more »»

Graffiti and vandalism show disrespect

July 15, 2014 Crime is ugly. Any crime. It is generally the willful violation of not only civil law but laws of human kindness. more »»

Doc and Mae could give a lesson in love

July 14, 2014 In a world in which relationships are fleeting and divorce is commonplace, what a beautiful love story Tauno "Doc" and Mae Etelamaki have shared. more »»

Refusal of children runs against our nation’s history

July 11, 2014 We’re not sure exactly what it means, but we find it interesting when a celebrity performs an act of charity and kindness then calls it “deadly to my career. more »»

Keep local gun boards in Michigan

July 10, 2014 It's never been difficult to own firearms in Michigan, but you might think otherwise watching the majority of state lawmakers. more »»

Visit to Wall a fitting tribute to those who fell

July 8, 2014 For more nearly 32 years millions of people annually have visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Wall in Washington D.C. more »»

Drug summit needed in the Upper Peninsula

July 7, 2014 A drug summit being held in the Upper Peninsula this fall will be a much needed chance for several different police agencies to come together to combat a growing problem happening right here in the... more »»

Detroit is troubled but the Motor City is on the rise

July 5, 2014 Detroit's population continued to decline in 2013, despite revitalization efforts within and outside the city. But the rate of population decline has slowed significantly. more »»

Despite flaws, America is not far from its origins

July 4, 2014 We all know the story. A hot mid-summer in Philadelphia in late June and early July of 1776. more »»

Something for everyone this Fourth of July

July 3, 2014 The Fourth of July Weekend officially begins tonight with a variety of activities, and there’s going to be something for everyone all weekend long. more »»

There’s a serious side to the games firefighters play

July 1, 2014 There has been a lot of discussion recently about the role of play in the animal world, and the explanation, or lack thereof, for play. more »»

Michigan Merit Curriculm law a positive step

June 30, 2014 Legislation signed last week by Gov. Rick Snyder that helps ease restrictions put in place by the Michigan Merit Curriculum are a long-awaited change we’re excited to see made. more »»

How attending a movie can send a message

June 26, 2014 Local film maker, former radio personality Rick Allen, will debut his first feature film Friday and Saturday at the Calumet Theatre. more »»

Delayed care for veterans a national crisis

June 26, 2014 A recent report on the Department of Veterans Affairs' performance in Michigan showed the agency is doing better in our state than in other parts of the nation. more »»

A school means a lot to a small town

June 25, 2014 On Monday, the Baraga Area Schools Board of Education, adopted a budget for the 2014-15 school yea. more »»

Legislators leave town, leave voters in their dust

June 24, 2014 Just when it looked as though the Michigan Legislature had learned the wisdom of heeding clear-cut citizen majorities on critical issues, there they were, backsliding again. more »»

Some problems are more than ‘city problems’

June 23, 2014 Many choose the Keweenaw as their home because it seems far removed from many of the negative aspects of life in the “big city. more »»

 
 

 

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