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Game on: All ages face off across card tables, board games at Big Game Night

February 27, 2016 CALUMET — There’s no age limit on competitiveness, or at Big Game Night at the Calumet Library, where 13-year-old May Amelia Shapton faced off against retiree Melissa Goulette, nearly tied going int... more »»

Leap Year has a rich history — in marriage proposals

February 27, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Leap Year is more than just a quirky thing that happens to newborns on the occasional 29th of February. more »»

Marching into spring

February 27, 2016 El Nino is a friend of mine. The last time we had a strong El Nino — if my memory serves me correctly — was in 1998. more »»

The secret to the richest chocolate cake ever? Think Irish!

February 27, 2016 For me, St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just an excuse to drink Irish whiskey and Guinness. more »»

A tale of two traders

February 27, 2016 French explorer Etienne Brule is credited with being the first European to see Lake Superior, and also the first to discover native copper along its shore in 1621. more »»

Cruise ship food: 10,680 hot dogs just tip of the iceberg

February 27, 2016 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — It’s still dark out at this industrial port. Most passengers aboard the Oasis of the Seas are sound asleep in their staterooms. more »»

Good to go: Sherman Twp. Fire Dept. gets new equipment

February 20, 2016 GAY — The Sherman Township Volunteer Fire Department may be small, but it serves an important function in a very rural area, so when it faced the need to replace most of its equipment or lose... more »»

The first report of Lake Superior copper

February 20, 2016 It did not begin with Douglass Houghton, whose 1840 geological report led to the Treaty of La Pointe. more »»

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee, has died at 89

February 20, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Harper Lee, the elusive novelist whose child’s-eye view of racial injustice in a small Southern town, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” became standard reading for millions of young people an... more »»

How to catch up on Oscar nominated flicks online — sort-of

February 20, 2016 NEW YORK — The good news for those trying to catch up on Oscar-nominated flicks: A little more than half are available for streaming online. The bad news: Nearly half aren’t. more »»

Parents of film worker killed on set spread safety message

February 20, 2016 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Richard and Elizabeth Jones stood on a crowded film set, looking out on a sea of actors and workers ready to shoot a scen. more »»

Slow-cooker pulled pork made with just 6 ingredients, almost no effort

February 20, 2016 Once upon a time (like, yesterday) I had a hefty hunk of pork, no time and no specific thing I wanted to make. more »»


February 20, 2016 Every month I get an email from my editor asking for my column by a certain date. more »»

The countdown

February 18, 2016 One hundred and one days. Without counting weekends and upcoming spring break, that is all that's left of my high school career. more »»

From the heart: There’s no age limit for handmade Valentines

February 13, 2016 HANCOCK — Dig deep enough into your mom’s personal mementos, and chances are good you’ll find every Valentine’s Day card you made for her in grade school. more »»

James MacNaughton becomes superintendent of C&H

February 13, 2016 When James MacNaughton accepted the position of superintendent of the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company in 1901, both he and the mine were in their prime. more »»

John Scott doesn’t back down

February 13, 2016 John Scott doesn’t back down. Growing up in the Copper Country, a Saturday night often included watch?ing? Hockey Night in Canada. more »»

4 simple hacks for making a leaner, tastier beef roast

February 13, 2016 In the world of beef roasts, marbling is king. The internal automatic basting power of tiny fat pockets melting into the meat is amazing. more »»

Woven of dignity: Black seamstress’ legacy on display

February 13, 2016 RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — For generations, any woman who owned a dress made by Willie Otey Kay owned an heirloom, a coveted gem, a treasure beyond price. more »»

Safe space: PFLAG offers support for members of LGBTQ community, families

February 6, 2016 HOUGHTON — When a family member or friend comes out of the closet, it’s adjustment for everybody. more »»



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