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Dealing with the dam

July 26, 2013 Editor's note: The following story on a proposed tax assessment on the Sturgeon River Diversion Dam is the first in a series of three stories. more »»

Dealing with the dam

July 26, 2013 Editor's note: The following story on a proposed tax assessment on the Sturgeon River Diversion Dam is the first in a series of three stories. more »»

Substance abuse a problem that plagues the U.P.

July 25, 2013 CALUMET — When 33-year-old Eric W. more »»

Red Tail Ring to perform at Algomah Acres Honey Farm

July 25, 2013 GREENLAND — The U.P. is no stranger to musicians. There are many of them throughout the region and each play a distinctively different sound. Some play rock, some play blues and some play folk. more »»

Medical marijuana may be an alternative option for controlling pain

July 18, 2013 HOUGHTON — For patients with chronic conditions, ongoing disease management is an important part of maintaining health and controlling negative side effects of a disease. more »»

Rock out at Porvoo Park for the Summer Canal Rock Series

July 18, 2013 HANCOCK — During the summer at Porvoo Park, the sounds of different musicians can be heard every Friday night as part of the Summer Canal Rock Series. more »»

An unexpected joy

July 12, 2013 CHASSELL — For most students, the biggest thing they have to worry about is making sure their homework is done when it’s due. more »»

Eating disorders a serious problem

July 11, 2013 HOUGHTON — Barbie isn’t real, but unfortunately the perception of the body image she portrays has created a very real, potentially life-threatening problem: eating disorders. more »»

Rozsa Center presents its 2013-14 season

July 11, 2013 HOUGHTON — Over the years, the Rozsa Center has become known for the funny, dramatic or thoughtful performances, plays and musicals it puts on during its yearly season and the programming scheduled... more »»

Club Indigo offers another classic screening

July 3, 2013 Have you ever wondered what makes a film a classic? Why does the mere mention of its title, like “Casablanca,” or some phrase, like “Here's looking at you, kid!” automatically send sentimental... more »»

Swimming skills can help ensure safety

July 3, 2013 By MEAGAN?STILP HOUGHTON — As summer settles in in the Copper Country, many people are taking advantage of the many beautiful lakes to get out and go swimming. more »»

Report suggests U.S. among worst in health care

July 3, 2013 Despite spending 16 percent of its Gross Domestic Product — and double the median on health care expenditures compared to any other country in the world — the United States recorded the lowest score... more »»

Mister Billy to entertain kids of all ages at The Calumet Theatre

July 3, 2013 For Billy Grisack, or as the kids know him, Mister Billy, he didn't grow up planning on becoming a children's musician. more »»

Viau's View

July 3, 2013 HBO is currently home to some of the best shows on television: “Game of Thrones” (which I don't watch but am including in this list purely because of how many people love it), “Veep” and “Girls. more »»

Pine Mountain Music Festival offers Baroquatunitea on July 13

June 29, 2013 HOUGHTON - At 4 p.m. on July 13 Pine Mountain Music Festival will present a Baroquatunitea at the Four Seasons Tea Room downtown Houghton. more »»

Charlie Parr to perform at The Orpheum Theater

June 27, 2013 HANCOCK — Musician Charlie Parr never had any formal training on any of the instruments he plays, which include the banjo and guita. more »»

Half Full/Mark Wilcox

June 21, 2013 With all the activity surrounding this week’s FinnFest USA 2013, it’s only natural that my thoughts go back to my home tow. more »»

Chiropractic medicine may help pain

June 20, 2013 HOUGHTON — In cases where traditional medicine isn’t sufficient to address muscular or skeletal pain, many people turn to chiropractic medicine. more »»

‘Rockland’ and ‘Yoopera!’ to screen at Rozsa Center

June 20, 2013 The Copper Country has a long and varied history and part of that history has been immortalized in the opera "Rockland," which tells the story of the 1906 miners strike and the two miners who were... more »»

A Loving mother to all

June 16, 2013 By Meagan Stilp mstilp@mininggazette. more »»



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