Fond farewell at Pelkie; Looking ahead to ‘Coming Together’ Eight students earn KBOCC degrees Tour Warden fuel yard L’Anse Library millage proposal on ballot Plum Creek donates for field fence Spring Fling draws families Miron brings years of service to new role Big drop in moose count Train in missing person rescue Skaters entertain crowds
Fond farewell at Pelkie; Looking ahead to ‘Coming Together’

Fond farewell at Pelkie; Looking ahead to ‘Coming Together’

  “Closed not forgotten” is the motto the Baraga school community is using to say goodbye to the Pelkie School. A well-attended community picnic drew people together for lunch, visiting… Read more »

Eight students earn KBOCC degrees

Eight students earn KBOCC degrees

  Eight individuals received associate degrees Saturday, May 2, 2015 as the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College (KBOCC) held its honors and commencement ceremony at the Niiwin Akeaa Center in… Read more »

Tour Warden fuel yard

Tour Warden fuel yard

  L’Anse Warden Electric Company (LWEC) officials provided an hour-long tour of the biomass electric generating plant’s Fuel Aggregate Facility on Friday, May 1, 2015. Only four people attended. Some members of the Warden Citizen Advisory… Read more »

L’Anse Library millage proposal on ballot

L’Anse Library millage proposal on ballot

by Chris Ford   Baraga County voters will have more than just the statewide Proposal 15-1 to decide when heading to the polls Tuesday, May 5, 2015. The ballot will also contain a county-wide library millage proposal. Covington… Read more »

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