Sisters, father badly injured in white-out crash; Huge outpouring of support for Peyton, Skarlett, Ryan Ringer a champion for social justice, wellness LAS gets security grant Tribal colleges, universities; Advocate for DOE, BIA funding LMI hosts technical training through grant; Twenty area employees attend to advance skills Variety show a hit Kids learn CPR in school BCCC hosts art gallery; Chamber supports business, community Historical researcher claims ‘Bear Rock’ sacred; Stiebe extensively documents Ojibwa ancestors, the ‘Nokets’ Solar panels installed
Sisters, father badly injured in white-out crash; Huge outpouring of support for Peyton, Skarlett, Ryan

Sisters, father badly injured in white-out crash; Huge outpouring of support for Peyton, Skarlett, Ryan

by Barry Drue Lives were forever changed within seconds in a snowy, white-out, three-vehicle crash on U.S. 41 near Canyon Falls south of L’Anse on Wednesday night, March 8, 2017. Skarlett… Read more »

Ringer a champion for social justice, wellness

Ringer a champion for social justice, wellness

Brialle Ringer has graduated Magna Cum Laude from Eastern Michigan University (EMU) with a Bachelors in Social Work. And that isn’t the half of it! Ringer is the daughter of Kristen… Read more »

LAS gets security grant

LAS gets security grant

by  Melissa Lehto The L’Anse Area School (LAS) district was one of eight in the UP to receive funding through the Michigan State Police Competitive School Security Grant. The funding… Read more »

Tribal colleges, universities; Advocate for DOE, BIA funding

Tribal colleges, universities; Advocate for DOE, BIA funding

Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College President, Debbie Parrish, and Board of Regents Member, Cherie Dakota, attended the annual winter meeting for the American Indian Higher Education Consortium and Capitol Hill visits…. Read more »

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