Large crowd enjoys successful pow wow Hot time in Aura for 39th Jamboree Bang-up Fourth in Baraga Disaster drill: Tornado strikes! 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’
Large crowd enjoys successful pow wow

Large crowd enjoys successful pow wow

  by Chris Ford An estimated 1,000 visitors joined approximately 650 dancers for the July 24-26, 2015, 37th annual Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s (KBIC) Maawanji’iding Pow Wow at the community’s Ojibwa Campground north of Baraga. The event actually began earlier… Read more »

Hot time in Aura for 39th Jamboree

Hot time in Aura for 39th Jamboree

  The 39th annual Aura Jamboree filled the grounds and Aura Hall with talented musicians and traditional music lovers last Friday night and all day and into the night on Saturday, July 17-18, 2015. A sea… Read more »

Board approves 50 new helmets

Board approves 50 new helmets

by Nancy Besonen Visual aids came into play Thursday, July 9, 2015, when Varsity Football Coach Jordan Hoover heaped bags of outdated equipment before the Baraga Area Schools Board of Education. School Board President Bill Stark demanded Hoover remove… Read more »

Bang-up Fourth in Baraga

Bang-up Fourth in Baraga

Lumberjack Days drew the usual street-filling crowds to Baraga on Friday and Saturday, July 3-4, 2015. Great weather just added to the festivities and fun. “I think it was great. It… Read more »

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