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Hancock mulls millage election

February 18, 2014 HANCOCK — During their regular meeting Monday, members of the Hancock Public Schools Board of Education took action to lower the cost of bond payments and discussed when to conduct the next millage... more »»

Going the distance to help

February 18, 2014 HOUGHTON — The Rev. Paul Manderfield, 81, is somewhere in Central America today, probably on the Pan-American Highway. more »»

First re-defined KBIC referendum vote is Friday

February 18, 2014 BARAGA — The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community has scheduled the first of its new-style referendums to gain tribal members’ approval of council expenditures. more »»

Getting a head start

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Candidate for US Senate visits Great Lakes center

February 17, 2014 HOUGHTON — One of the candidates to replace retiring U.S. Senator Carl Levin visited Michigan Technological University Saturday. Gary Peters, a Democrat in the U.S. more »»

A luge success

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Tech hosts Society of Women Engineers Region H conference

February 17, 2014 HOUGHTON — Over 700 engineering students, professional society members and industry representatives gathered at Michigan Technological University last weekend for the Society of Women Engineers 2014... more »»

Aldrich sentenced in CSC case

February 14, 2014 HOUGHTON — A former Houghton High School hockey volunteer was sentenced to nine months in jail in Houghton County Circuit Court for sexually assaulting one of the players last yea. more »»

Townships looking at new building

February 14, 2014 FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — In August 2012, voters in Franklin Township defeated a proposal to construct a community center with a new fire hall, but members of the township board now have another idea for ... more »»

They're moving on up

February 14, 2014 By Garrett Neese gneese@mininggazette.com HOUGHTON — This year’s Pigs-N-Heat game is moving to a bigger locatio. more »»

Kunick gets 21 mos. to 15 years for CSC

February 14, 2014 HOUGHTON — A Nisula man was sentenced to 21 months to 15 years in prison in Houghton County Circuit Court Thursday for sexually assaulting a child. more »»

FinnFest Leads Spark Plug Awards

February 14, 2014 HOUGHTON — For a week in June, Finns, Finnish-Americans and even just people who wanted to celebrate Finnish culture flocked to the FinnFest events in the Copper Country. more »»

Benishek visits Calumet business

February 14, 2014 CALUMET — U.S. Representative Dr. Dan Benishek found himself in some like-minded company when he visited REL, Inc. in Calumet Thursday. more »»

Safety main focus of volunteer training

February 14, 2014 CALUMET — With just two weeks to go before the CopperDog 150, race organizers are taking care of the details that should keep the race running smoothly and safely. On Feb. more »»

Going to the dogs: Portion of Swedetown trail open to pets

February 14, 2014 CALUMET TOWNSHIP — Some new users are taking advantage of a section of the Swedetown Trails, and most of them have four legs. more »»

Nassiri to undergo forensic exam

February 13, 2014 HOUGHTON — A Dollar Bay man accused of killing his wife will be allowed to undergo forensic examinatio. more »»

Aldrich sentenced to 9 months

February 13, 2014 Former Houghton High School assistant hockey coach Brad Aldrich was sentenced to 9 months in jail on CSC charges. Aldrich received credit for 59 days served. more »»

State Democratic party chairman tours the U.P.

February 13, 2014 HOUGHTON — Michigan’s Democratic Party has fared well in the top federal elections, winning the vote in the last six presidential elections and six Senate races. more »»

Remodeling of former middle school to resume soon

February 13, 2014 HANCOCK — Renovation work on the former Hancock Middle School has paused for now, but is expected to pick up again in the sprin. more »»

The high cost of the cold: Council hears update on frozen pipes

February 13, 2014 HOUGHTON — The number of frozen pipes in Houghton are well ahead of where they would be in a normal winter, Department of Public Works Supervisor Mark Zenner said at Wednesday’s City Council meetin. more »»

 
 

 

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