Articles from the May 19, 2014 edition

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Spaghetti dinner helps fund Outfitters 4 Patriots

KIMBALL, Wis. - Hungry Gogebic Range residents helped fund an all-American cause Sunday at the Outfitters 4 Patriots spaghetti dinner at the Kimball Community Center. About halfway through the six-hou... Full story

 By Miranda Anderson    News    May 19, 2014

WUPTA holds youth ORV safety class

IRONWOOD - Fourteen youth attended a free off-road vehicle safety class Saturday through the Western Upper Peninsula Trail Authority. The class, held at Gogebic Community College, covered a variety... Full story


5K race held in memory of slain medical student

ANN ARBOR (AP) - About 300 people participated in a 5K race Sunday in honor of a slain University of Michigan medical student. The Paul DeWolf Memorial Hero Run took place at Nichols Arboretum in Ann... Full story

 By Debbie Hohner    News    May 19, 2014

Mercer group visits New York City

Special to the Daily Globe NEW YORK - Mercer (Wis.) School's Advanced Placement United States History class took a trip to New York City April 6-10. On this five-day trip, the kids were able to... Full story


Sondra Palojarvi

STREAMWOOD, Ill. — Sondra Palojarvi, nee Wiseman, 73, entered eternal rest on May 13, 2014, after a battle with cancer. She was the beloved wife of 51 years of David R.; loving mother of David A. (Cathy Gober); dear sister of Susie Wiseman, of... Full story


Joyce Geraldine 'Gram' Bailey

WAKEFIELD, Mich. — Joyce Geraldine “Gram” Bailey, 84, of Wakefield, passed away Friday evening, May 16, 2014. Joyce was born on Sept. 13, 1929, in Crandon, Wis., the daughter of Phillip and Cecilia (Seymour) Sheldon. She was a loving and... Full story


Mary R. Bretall

WAKEFIELD, Mich. — Mary R. Bretall, 89, of Bessemer, died Thursday, May 15, 2014, in Wakefield. She was born on June 28, 1924, in Puritan Location, Bessemer, daughter of the late John and Ancilla (Dalsaggio) Stella, and had been a longtime... Full story

 By Pat Krause    Sports    May 19, 2014

Tomahawks chop Midgets

By PAT KRAUSE sports@yourdaily HURLEY — The Hurley Midgets played well but fell to a tough Tomahawk team 5-4 in non-conference action on Saturday morning. With the game tied at 4-4 after six innings, the Hatchets pushed across what... Full story


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