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Finlandia, Gogebic hold 11th mass flu shot clinic

September 26, 2016 HANCOCK — Marilyn Ollanketo was attending the mass flu immunization clinic at the Hancock Central High School gym for the 11th time Saturday because she finds it convenient and quick. more »»

Karvonen family raises funds to refuel search

September 26, 2016 HOUGHTON — A crowdfunding site has been established to refuel an underwater search for missing boater Keith Karvonen. more »»

Lodge on shaky ground

September 26, 2016 EAGLE RIVER — The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge has been a contentious issue among county residents for a long time. more »»

MTU, U.S. EPA shoring up infrastructure

September 26, 2016 HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University joins a team of universities helping the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency better serve American communitie. more »»

WAC gets Honor Flight

September 24, 2016 For the Gazette WASHINGTON, D.C. — Atlantic Mine resident Jean Eckerberg remembers what sparked her interest in becoming a member of the Women’s Army Corps. more »»

Yooper Surprise

September 24, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. — A group of young United States Air Force personnel stood at the gate in Reagan National Airport, waiting for the Upper Peninsula Honor Flight veterans to arrive. more »»

Bleeding Red

September 24, 2016 EAGLE RIVER — The financial shape of the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge still appears to be in dire straits. more »»

Group promotes safe campuses for women

September 24, 2016 HANCOCK — Representatives of Men Of Strength (MOST) visited Finlandia University to help male students understand that reducing negative attitudes and violence toward women is something for which... more »»

Pantry helps 150 families

September 23, 2016 HOUGHTON — The CLK Food Pantry helps 150 needy families stock sparse kitchen shelves with nutritious foods they can’t afford to buy, but needs a new volunteer manager to step in and keep its doors... more »»

Calumet theatre raises enough for elevator

September 23, 2016 CALUMET — In 2013, the Calumet Theatre Board of Directors of the Calumet Theatre Company presented the village of Calumet Board of Trustees a plan to install an elevator from the ground floor to the... more »»

Cancer fund helps defray costs

September 23, 2016 KEARSARGE — Annie King is grateful her family has access to the Great Lakes Mutual Insurance Company Childhood Cancer Fund to help defray costs incurred by the need to get to treatments for her son,... more »»

E-TC district in good shape financially

September 23, 2016 For the Gazette While many school districts throughout the Upper Peninsula are going through difficult financial times, the small school district on the south end of Ontonagon County is not only... more »»

Active search for missing boaters ends

September 22, 2016 SAULT STE MARIE — U.S. Coast Guard and Michigan State Police stopped searching Wednesday after finding no evidence of three boaters who went missing Saturday night on Lake Superio. more »»

Quincy Street concrete fix won’t set completion date back: MDOT

September 22, 2016 HANCOCK — A problem created by an incorrect concrete pour has shown up on the reconstruction project on Quincy Street, but it shouldn’t move back the project’s completion date, according to Al... more »»

Lifesavers: Police officers first on scene cited for saving shock victim

September 22, 2016 HANCOCK — It often happens that police officers are the first responders to the scene of a medical emergency, and three Hancock police officers were recognized Wednesday for actions which saved the... more »»

What’s a phone booth? Visit Ontonagon Museum

September 22, 2016 ONTONAGON — The Ontonagon County Historical Museum sports vintage indoor and outdoor telephone booths popular with residents as well as visitors who snap photos in and out of them. more »»

Trump calls for racial unity, embraces ‘stop and frisk’

September 22, 2016 CLEVELAND — Lamenting a “lack of spirit” between whites and blacks, Donald Trump encouraged racial unity on Thursday even as he called for one of the nation’s largest cities to adopt “stop and frisk... more »»


September 21, 2016 CALUMET — Two trustees walked out of a Tuesday Village Board meeting to block a vote to hire a new police chie. more »»

Hope Dashed

September 21, 2016 HOUGHTON — A life jacket that washed ashore Tuesday in the Big Traverse area of Keweenaw Bay buoyed hopes that three Upper Peninsula boaters missing since Saturday would soon be foun. more »»

DEQ rep talks with Torch Lake PAC on cleanup effort

September 21, 2016 HANCOCK — The Torch Lake Public Action Council heard from a Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) official involved with the ongoing remediation of mining waste in the area Tuesday. more »»



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