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Calumet learning from mistakes after 4-2 loss to Detroit-Jesuit

CALUMET — If the Calumet Copper Kings and the University of Detroit- Jesuit Cubs were wearing the same uniforms, at times, it would be near impossible to tell the players apart. That’s how close in talent and style the two teams were: Blue and maroon were the only things stopping them from ...

Adoption turns kids from innocent victims to survivors

As social workers we often see the absolute worst of humanity. Where the everyday person sees many of life’s heart-breaking moments on the television or through social media, the social worker sees them first-hand. We have witnessed the burns and bruises of battered children. We have ...

Three-goal third period propels Team CC to second win

LANSING — Despite outshooting the Warwick Wildcats 30-9 through two periods of play, Team Copper Country 18U Tier 2 hockey team led just 1-0 heading into the final period of play. With three goals in a span of just over three minutes, Team CC earned its second 4-0 victory of the national ...

Gladys M. (David) Wiitanen

HANCOCK – Gladys M. (David) Wiitanen, 82, a resident of Hancock, passed away on Thursday evening, January 12, 2017, at the Omega House in Houghton, following a lengthy illness. She was born on May 9, 1934, in Misery Bay, a daughter of the late Charles and Pearl (Spiegel) Kemppa. Gladys ...

Shirley M. (Carl) Kukkonen

CHASSELL - Shirley M. (Carl) Kukkonen, 94, a former Hancock, resident and current resident of Chassell and Phoenix, Arizona, passed away in Arizona on December 15, 2016, of natural causes. Born on February 8, 1922, in the Finnish community of Duluth Minnesota, she was the daughter of Gust and ...