Historical researcher claims ‘Bear Rock’ sacred; Stiebe extensively documents Ojibwa ancestors, the ‘Nokets’ Solar panels installed 2016 delivered plenty of joy, tears, news Tremendous response to natural gas outage; Quick action from SEMCO crews, community, restores service First blast of snow, cold blankets area; Wake-up call for motorists on icy, slushy roads Tribe breaks ground for casino project Tribal Council candidates give viewpoints on issues at forum ‘Sandra’s 100 Women’ targets addiction issues Crews ready for winter; Long hours ahead for MDOT, BCRC Veterans Day celebrated in Baraga
Historical researcher claims ‘Bear Rock’ sacred; Stiebe extensively documents Ojibwa ancestors, the ‘Nokets’

Historical researcher claims ‘Bear Rock’ sacred; Stiebe extensively documents Ojibwa ancestors, the ‘Nokets’

by Ronald Stiebe A recent discovery could justifiably be billed as the Mount Rushmore of Baraga County. It was called, “Nok” by the Ojibwa band of the Nokets according to… Read more »

Solar panels installed

Solar panels installed

By Melissa Lehto The L’Anse Water Treatment Plant’s solar powered panels are now up and running, with the hope that it will save village customers some money in the future at… Read more »

2016 delivered plenty of joy, tears, news

2016 delivered plenty of joy, tears, news

by Missy Lehto and Nancy Besonen The L’Anse Sentinel continues to look back at the year in review. For the last segment, we give you July through Dec. 2016. The… Read more »

Tremendous response to natural gas outage; Quick action from SEMCO crews, community, restores service

Tremendous response to natural gas outage; Quick action from SEMCO crews, community, restores service

  by Barry Drue and Nancy Besonen An efficient, dedicated response to a natural gas outage across the Village of L’Anse prevented a heating emergency over the Christmas weekend. Dozens of… Read more »

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