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Articles from the April 30, 2013 edition

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Bond would create safer, healthier, secure schools

To the Editor: On Tuesday, May 7, voters of Bessemer and Bessemer Township will be asked to vote on the Bessemer Area School District’s bond referendum. All of us in Bessemer are confident that our schools rank among the region’s best. That’s... Full story


Investing in positive growth ensures quality schools

To the Editor: Our schools represent the future of our communities. It’s there that we are training tomorrow’s civic leaders, business people, teachers and other vital public servants. Year after year, the Bessemer Area Schools continue to be...


Bessemer shouldn't leave students behind

To the Editor: Over many years of hard work, students, teachers and school officials of the Bessemer School District have succeeded together in building a now nationally-recognized school system. Heads down to the task, quietly and unassumingly,...


Edward Gerald Krenzalek

DULUTH, Minn. — Edward Gerald Krenzalek, 67, of Ironwood, Mich., passed away Thursday, April 25, 2013, peacefully, with his children by his side, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Duluth. Edward was born... Full story


Rising water levels force bridge on M-28 to close

EWEN — The Michigan Department of Transportation closed the bridge on M-28 over the South Branch of the Ontonagon River just east of Ewen Monday at 2 p.m. At 3:30, the water was still rising...

 By Cortney Ofstad    News    April 30, 2013

Cross-examination continues at Peters' trial

BESSEMER — To have the cup, or not have the cup. That is the question. That was the theme of Monday’s trial against Kenneth Wayne Peters, 50, of Bessemer. Peters is on trial for allegedly...

 By Jan Tucker    News    April 30, 2013

Family members rescue Ontonagon kayaker

ONTONAGON — What started out as a nice Sunday kayak ride for two Ontonagon men ended up a cold spill into icy waters and an even colder night in the woods for one of them. The Ontonagon County Sheriff’s Department reported the men set in to the...

 By Katie Perttunen    News    April 30, 2013

Ironwood feed store closes doors after 20 years of business

IRONWOOD — After 20 years in business, Joe and Beverly Rohde are closing the Range Flour and Feed on May 24. The business has had a presence in Ironwood since 1921. When the Rohdes took over the...


Fielder powers Tigers

DETROIT (AP) — Prince Fielder put Detroit ahead with a three-run homer, and as if on cue, Max Scherzer settled into a groove. That’s been the formula for these Tigers — starting pitching and...