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Food festival follows Parade of Nations

September 19, 2016 HOUGHTON — After the Parade of Nations, people could get foods from countries such as Phillippines, Turkey and Brazil at the Multicultural Festival. more »»

WHY IT MATTERS

September 19, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — A selection of issues at stake in the presidential election and their impact on Americans, in brief: IRAN Last year’s nuclear deal with Tehran has removed for now the threat of a U. more »»

American Indians play politics in pipeline protest

September 19, 2016 FORT PIERRE, S.D. more »»

Marijuana bill clears state Senate

September 17, 2016 For the Gazette The Michigan State Senate has made major changes to a measure that revamps the states regulation of medical marijuana. more »»

Board explains its actions

September 17, 2016 CHASSELL — The township board, after a 4-1 vote, announced it would place a referendum on the November ballot that had already been voted on in the August primary electio. more »»

Colosseum gets new boards

September 17, 2016 CALUMET TOWNSHIP — The original boards at the Calumet Colosseum were installed in 1968, and in almost 50 years of use, they took a lot of beatings, according to Paul Lehto. more »»

‘Your truck’s smoking’

September 16, 2016 HOUGHTON — Hurontown firefighters put out a vehicle fire Thursday afternoon for a surprised customer at Erickson’s Feed and Seed, which luckily is located a couple doors down from Hurontown’s fire... more »»

Rules Row

September 16, 2016 CHASSELL — Township Board members received rebukes from a small handful of audience members at its Wednesday meeting for not reading the minutes from the previous meeting. more »»

Water’s Rising

September 16, 2016 LAKE LINDEN — Lake Linden’s water rates will rise for the first time in three year. more »»

31 Backpacks begins another year feeding school children in need

September 16, 2016 HANCOCK — School is back in session, which means the volunteers at 31 Backpacks are making certain as many children as possible have enough food for the weekends through the school yea. more »»

Trump campaign says Obama born in US, but will he say so?

September 16, 2016 WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s campaign is declaring that the Republican presidential candidate now believes that President Barack Obama was born in the United States, but Trump has yet to say that... more »»

Vote Heat

September 15, 2016 CHASSELL — The Chassell Township Board and more than 60 residents met in a heated discussion Wednesday about the Portage Lake District Library referendum in a meeting that lasted more than three... more »»

Classic car coffee klatch

September 15, 2016 CALUMET — The Duesenberg is a classic American car from the early 20th century, and a group of enthusiasts touring the Upper Peninsula on Wednesday stopped in Calumet for lunch. more »»

Staying 2-way?

September 15, 2016 HANCOCK — There is a petition going around in Hancock requesting that the city not make Hancock Street a permanent two-way street, but the city has no control over the traffic configuration of the... more »»

Work on last Quincy segment underway

September 15, 2016 HANCOCK — The last two blocks of Quincy Street have been torn up, and paving of the street is planned for the end of September, according to Al Anderson. more »»

Baraga manufacturers discuss organization

September 15, 2016 HANCOCK — Baraga County manufacturers who addressed the Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance panel on Wednesday have a lot in common, from their general circumstances to the specific — three of th... more »»

No new jail in Houghton County budget

September 14, 2016 HOUGHTON — The Houghton County Board approved an $11.35 million budget for the coming fiscal year at its meeting Tuesda. more »»

Program assists in medical crisis

September 14, 2016 HANCOCK — Residents of Houghton and Keweenaw counties facing financial hardship due to a medical emergency or crisis do not have to face these issues alone. more »»

Laurium activist wants to continue her work

September 14, 2016 LAURIUM — Loralee Miller has been a community activist for most of her life. That activism includes being a member of the Village Board, a position she hopes will continue after the Nov. more »»

New blood brings new ideas: board challenger

September 14, 2016 LAURIUM — Robert Erickson thinks the Village Board does a good job running the village, but he also thinks it’s a good idea to have a turnover of new people on the board occasionally. more »»

 
 

 

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