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From the castle to the guest house

July 18, 2015 F ive or so years ago I made a purchase that many questioned — the purchase of the St. Cecelia School in Hubbell. more »»

Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon throws a festival in his backyard

July 18, 2015 Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon is throwing a major jam this weekend in his hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. more »»

The other side of frontier life

July 18, 2015 Those pioneers who came to the shores of Lake Superior faced the unknown as they stepped off the ships and faced the views of the wilderness for the first time. more »»

Death business expands into hosting weddings, other events

July 18, 2015 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Danessa Molinder entered the courtyard wearing a white dress and matching veil. more »»

40 years of serving seniors

July 17, 2015 EWEN ?— The Ontonagon County Commission on Aging celebrated its 40th Anniversary at the annual Senior Fest on Wednesday, with some 158 seniors attending. more »»

Ready to Rock

July 16, 2015 CALUMET?— With tour experiences in 58 countries, a music career that began before high school and one of the most interesting guitars you’ll ever see, Michael Angelo Batio is getting ready to hit th... more »»

The cleansing sauna

July 16, 2015 The Sauna has been a significant element of Upper Peninsula culture since it was introduced by the Finns in the 1860s. “In the New World, the Finns brought the sauna with them to America. more »»

Keweenaw hymn fest welcomes all

July 16, 2015 CALUMET — The Keweenaw Heritage Center will be filled with joyful noise next weekend, as community and choir members gather together for the Heritage Hymn Festival. more »»

Scholars: Saunas offer several benefits

July 16, 2015 The sauna has become immensely popular in the United States in recent decades. Nearly every motel advertising an indoor swimming pool also boasts of having a saun. more »»

'Minions' fun but forgettable

July 16, 2015 Coming after two "Despicable Me" films, the release of "Minions" is the culmination of the immense popularity - and marketability - of those film's trademark yellow pill men. more »»

Health tips from a tomato plant

July 16, 2015 M y parents operated nursing homes so when I was a kid I grew up with hundreds of extra grandparents, many of whom tended gardens all their lives. more »»

Arts and crafts in the Copper Country

July 16, 2015 From the Art in the Park exhibition in Copper Harbor to the Festivals at the Honey House at Algomah Acres near Ontonagon, arts and crafts have a significant presence in the Copper Country. more »»

The Keweenaw has an app

July 11, 2015 HOUGHTON ?— The Keweenaw Peninsula now has an app. more »»

First lady addresses inaugural summit

July 11, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama on Thursday told hundreds of Native American youths that they are all precious and sacred and that “each of you was put on this earth for a reason. more »»

Ralph Votapek at the Pine Mountain Music Festival

July 11, 2015 HOUGHTON ?— Internationally renowned pianist Ralph Votapek performs at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts on Michigan Technological University’s campus. more »»

Director: Robin Williams focused on character in his final role

July 11, 2015 NEW YORK — Dito Montiel says Robin Williams sometimes goofed around on set while filming “Boulevard,” but the director says more often, the late actor spent the time between takes contemplating wha... more »»

Keen on kayaking

July 11, 2015 Last month I shared that I could not seem to come to terms with being "on vacation" from my usual teaching position. more »»

Why toy ‘Minion’ curse words might just all be in your head

July 11, 2015 NEW YORK — McDonald’s swears up and down that the little yellow “Minions” Happy Meal toy is speaking only nonsense words and not something a little more adult. more »»

The cost of bringing Christ to the mining communities

July 11, 2015 As more and more people came to the Lake Superior mining region, families became increasingly common and so did the desire for religion and churche. more »»

US seeks to block sales of Iowa firm’s dietary supplements

July 11, 2015 CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa company has been selling potentially unsafe dietary supplements and falsely advertising them as treatments for diseases ranging from colds to cancer, the federal... more »»

 
 

 

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