DEQ Enforcement Meeting with LWEC Free fluoride treatments spreading smiles at LAS Digitized newspaper contest–Please Vote Tribe holds reorganization Huron Bay conservation moving forward– Game ranch, other parcels to be protected Engelhardts purchase Indian Country Sports Looking back: Here’s where 2015 went,  January through June busy with a long, cold winter ‘Little Eagles’ Great Start for 4 year-olds Students, community donate 3,560 pounds of food Little Bros, friends serve it up!
DEQ Enforcement Meeting with LWEC

DEQ Enforcement Meeting with LWEC

  by Barry Drue Negotiations for resolution of an emissions violation and ultimately, a Renewable Operating Permit, between the Department of Environmental Quality and the L’Anse Warden Electric Co. (LWEC) will continue shortly in Lansing with an Enforcement Meeting… Read more »

Free fluoride treatments spreading smiles at LAS

Free fluoride treatments spreading smiles at LAS

by Nancy Besonen Free fluoride treatments administered by the Health Occupations II class are giving students plenty to smile about at L’Anse Area Schools (LAS). A grant from the Delta Dental Foundation is covering the cost of fluoride… Read more »

Digitized newspaper contest–Please Vote

Digitized newspaper contest–Please Vote

  The 2016 Michigan Digital Newspaper Grant Contest winner is decided by a voting process. The community collecting the most votes for its library will be declared the winner. The voting process can be done two… Read more »

Tribe holds reorganization

Tribe holds reorganization

  by Chris Ford Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) Tribal Council President Warren “Chris” Swartz, and the rest of the council’s executive council, were reappointed for another year at the group’s Jan. 9, 2016, regular council meeting. For… Read more »

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