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BESSEMER— The Gogebic County Board of Commissioners Wednesday set the 2016 county millage rate at .00668, the same as in 2015, but it will result in $44,100 more being collected in taxes. A total of $3,401,704 will be collected in taxes, up...
IRONWOOD - The city of Ironwood's water system received a "good report card" in recent state testing, according to city manager Scott Erickson. Following the water crisis in Flint, Ironwood was the...
IRONWOOD - Thunder and flashing lights occurred both inside and outside the Gogebic Community College Lindquist Center gymnasium at Friday's graduation ceremonies. The inside stuff was flashing light...
WAKEFIELD - "Go jump in a lake" is a command that was followed by about 50 people who participated in the 10th annual Regional Hospice Polar Plunge on Saturday. On a sunny afternoon with temperatures...
The steady stream of pickup trucks towing boats to Saxon Harbor on Friday along Wisconsin 122 was a sign spring has arrived early on the Gogebic Range. On the calendar, there's officially another week...
IRONWOOD - The city of Ironwood has finally found a suitor to occupy the industrial park speculation building that was constructed in 2003. On Monday, the city commission will consider selling the... Full story
HURLEY — A total of 91 students in the Hurley School District have unmet dental needs, according to Dr. Erin Cutler, who has been working with the school the past three years. She met with the Hurley School Board Monday to discuss how to get more... Full story
BESSEMER — In his final appearance before the Gogebic County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, county prosecutor Richard Adams offered a solution to a pension liability problem. Gogebic County was the fiscal agent for the Western Upper... Full story
HURLEY — Residents of the city of Hurley recently received letters that their drinking water contains contaminants that violate state and federal regulations and may be cancer-causing if consumed over many years. The levels of Tribalomethanes and... Full story
By RALPH ANSAMI firstname.lastname@example.org HURLEY — The Hurley City Council agreed Tuesday to seek a grant that would assist in re-opening the former Super One grocery store off Tenth Avenue. Kendall Building, of Menominee, the developer of the pro... Full story
By RALPH ANSAMI email@example.com IRONWOOD — The vehicle weight restriction ordinance adopted by the Ironwood City Commission on Monday sets a 30,000-pound limit. While the ordinance was designed to keep big trucks rigs off McLeod Avenue... Full story
By RALPH ANSAMI firstname.lastname@example.org IRONWOOD — On a split vote, the Ironwood City Commission approved an ordinance Monday designed to keep heavy truck traffic off McLeod Avenue and Ayer Street. The ordinance passed on 3-1 vote, with... Full story
By RALPH ANSAMI email@example.com August in Ironwood was a month of extremes, with very hot weather around mid-month followed by cool temperatures in the fourth week. Kevin Crupi, of the Nati... Full story
HURLEY — A Gurney, Wis., resident recently entered a not guilty plea to a charge of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. The next Iron County Court appearance for Matthew Sorrels, 28, will be an Oct. 30 pre-trial hearing. Sorrels was involved... Full story
By RALPH ANSAMI firstname.lastname@example.org WAKEFIELD - The Michigan Natural Resources Commission last week approved the purchase of seven permanent trail easements from private property owners in the... Full story
By RALPH ANSAMI email@example.com HURLEY — An Oct. 13 meeting is planned on a request from the Eagle Bluff Golf Course board to have the city reduce the golf club’s annual $10,000 lease payment. The city council met Thursday and financ... Full story