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Players to present ‘The Mikado’

September 6, 2012 CALUMET — Adorned in bright-colored costumes and bringing their biggest voices, the Calumet Players present “The Mikado” at the Calumet Theatre. more »»

Helping seniors with their health care

August 30, 2012 HOUGHTON — Seniors struggling to make ends meet can get a little help with their Medicare and prescription drug premiums, thanks to a new Medicare premium help progra. more »»

Documentary gets Emmy nom

August 30, 2012 HOUGHTON — “Where Soldiers Come From,” a local documentary following a group of friends who enlisted in the military immediately after high school, has been nominated for a 2012 News and Documentary... more »»

Perry to play annual Copper Harbor show

August 30, 2012 COPPER HARBOR — The name may have changed from the Fat Tire Festival to the Bell’s Brewery Copper Harbor Trails Festival, but one tradition will remain the same: Houghton native Mojo Perry will be... more »»

A pint-sized hero

August 25, 2012 CALUMET — Jason Aho was an everyday 10-year-old going to Wisconsin to visit a water park, and little did he know he would come home as a little hero. Jason was on vacation with his grandparents Aug. more »»

A revolutionary surgery

August 23, 2012 BARAGA — Robert Hockins doesn’t look like a man who had surgery to have a brain tumor removed just a few weeks ago. more »»

Music in the mountains

August 23, 2012 PORCUPINE MOUNTAINS WILDERNESS STATE PARK — Outdoor music lovers can rejoice as the Porcupine Mountains Music Festival returns this weekend for the eighth yea. more »»

Celebrating the historic pipe organ

August 23, 2012 HOUGHTON — Of the many historic elements of the Keweenaw, one of the more interesting is the sheer abundance of working, historic pipe organ. more »»

Prenatal fitness keeps women and babies healthy

August 16, 2012 HOUGHTON — While exercise may not be the No. 1 priority when a woman finds out she is pregnant, it is an important step in staying healthy throughout the nine months. more »»

Enjoying art in the park

August 16, 2012 COPPER HARBOR — While Art in the Park may hit the quarter-century mark this year, it still offers a variety of new, fresh fine art, music and food. more »»

Lowrider Band coming to Calumet

August 9, 2012 CALUMET — The creators of such songs as “Low Rider,” “The Cisco Kid,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” “Spill the Wine” and “The World is a Ghetto” are bringing their infectious brand of music to the... more »»

Eagle Harbor Art Fair

August 9, 2012 EAGLE HARBOR — The Copper Country Associated Artists’ biggest volunteer event of the year has a little something for everyone, from demonstrations to artists’ booths to food. Taking place from 10 a.m. more »»

Music at the beach

August 2, 2012 TOIVOLA — Visitors and performers alike at the Agate Beach Music Jamboree this weekend will have an extra four hours to enjoy music in a pristine location. more »»

Scholarships available for preschool

July 31, 2012 HANCOCK — With federal funding for sending 3-year-olds to preschool nearly non-existent, the Copper Country Great Start Collaborative is helping several local children out with Early Childhood Fund... more »»

The importance of blood types

July 26, 2012 HOUGHTON — While knowing one’s blood type may not have a large effect on day-to-day life, that knowledge could save lives, even one’s ow. more »»

Rozsa debuts 2012-13 season

July 26, 2012 HOUGHTON — Local classical music lovers will get their fill in the fall and spring as the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts has announced its 2012-13 season. more »»

Libraries keeping busy in summer

July 24, 2012 HOUGHTON — Summer can be a busy time for families with camping, travel and guests coming by, but some local libraries are working to lure patrons in with special summer programs. more »»

A game plan for your getaway

July 21, 2012 HOUGHTON — Some visit Isle Royale to recharge. Others go to fish. more »»

Don’t sweat it

July 19, 2012 HANCOCK — There can be too much of a good thing — even the sun. After varying amounts of overexposure and exertion, even the hardiest person can succumb to heat exhaustion or heatstroke. more »»

A local taste of Branson

July 19, 2012 CALUMET — A popular country-western act out of Branson, Mo., featuring the only female lead guitarist for Johnny Cash, is making its return to the Calumet Theatre Monday. more »»

 
 

 

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