Brainstorm for ideas on Pelkie School use Trout Festival attracts crowds to land and sea Edy the police dog reports for duty L’Anse welcomes Godlevske Baraga class graduates 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
Brainstorm for ideas on Pelkie School use

Brainstorm for ideas on Pelkie School use

The Pelkie School Transformation is officially underway. Nearly 40 people gathered at the school building Wednesday, June 17, 2015, to begin formulating a plan for the building’s future use. Ideas ranging from continuing education to recreation… Read more »

Trout Festival attracts crowds to land and sea

Trout Festival attracts crowds to land and sea

The streets and waterfront park in downtown L’Anse were buzzing Saturday, June 13, 2015 with a ten-year June tradition–the Baraga County Lake Trout Festival. Add to that a record field of 132 boats for the Keweenaw Bay Classic… Read more »

Edy the police dog reports for duty

Edy the police dog reports for duty

    There’s a new officer in town whose bark is not worse than his bite. Meet Edy, the Keweenaw Bay Tribal Police Department’s newest recruit. At 17 months old and 72 pounds, the German shepherd/Belgian Malinois… Read more »

L’Anse welcomes Godlevske

L’Anse welcomes Godlevske

  Execution, discipline and effort. 2015 L’Anse Area Schools Distinguished Alumni Award recipient and 1989 LHS graduate Kurt Godlevske told the 55 graduates sitting in the audience. “Highly successful people have mastered these three words,” Godlevske told the graduates and… Read more »

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