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 By Pat Krause    Sports    July 6, 2015 

Hebert, Fischer repeat as Sunday Lake Run champs

WAKEFIELD – 258 runners and walkers got up early on the 4th of July to participate in the 38th annual Sunday Lake Run/Walk over the scenic 2.8 mile course on Saturday. For the runners, they simply circle Sunday Lake and Dave Hebert, of Iron River,...

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    July 6, 2015 

Fire, explosions at asphalt plant in Kimball probed

KIMBALL, Wis. - An early Saturday fire that caused a series of explosions at a blacktop company's quarry in Kimball is under investigation by the Iron County Sheriff's Department. The state fire...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    July 6, 2015 

Bessemer celebrates Fourth of July

BESSEMER - The Bessemer Blast 2015 ended with a bang on Saturday night with a breath-taking "Thunder on the Mountain" fireworks show. Sitting on lawn chairs and blankets, hundreds, if not thousands,...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    July 3, 2015

Bessemer Historical Society members read Declaration of Independence

BESSEMER - To celebrate the U.S.'s liberation from King George and Great Britain on July fourth, the Declaration of Independence was read during Bessemer's week-long celebration Thursday at Ethnic...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    July 2, 2015

Businesses feel construction blues

IRONWOOD - As construction continues on Cloverland Drive/U.S. 2 in Ironwood, businesses east of Curry Street are suffering the consequences. It's the second of a two-year project that will widen...

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    July 1, 2015

Man receives jail time for running over friend twice

HURLEY - A 58-year-old former Manitowish Waters, Wis., resident was sentenced to 90 days in the Iron County Jail Tuesday for running over a companion with his vehicle. James Heller, 58, of Duluth,...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 30, 2015

Kotarba teaches children about wildlife

IRONWOOD - Northwoods Wildlife Center Education Director Bart Kotarba came to Ironwood Carnegie Library on Monday to teach children what happens to injured animals. As part of the library's "Every...

 
 By Alan Schneider    News    June 29, 2015

Bessemer begins week of Fourth of July activities

BESSEMER - The weather was clear and warm as the Bessemer Blast 2015 festivities continued on Saturday. The morning included the annual Hometown Run/Walk and Tot Trot, and events held at the Sophie...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    June 29, 2015

Ironwood hosts UP Historical Conference

IRONWOOD - The Ironwood Area Historical Society played host to the 2015 Upper Peninsula History Conference, which wrapped up Sunday. Around 150 history idividuals attended the conference - which ran...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 27, 2015

HIT Idol winners to perform at Summerfest

BESSEMER - The seven winners of last fall's HIT Idol have been invited to perform with American Idol contestant Naima Adedapo at Summerfest in Milwaukee on July 4. According to HIT Idol producer...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    June 27, 2015

Tree lighting kicks off Bessemer 4th of July festivities

BESSEMER - A small crowd gathered at the pocket park on Sophie Street in downtown Bessemer Friday for the sixth annual Tree of Honor tree lighting ceremony that kicks off the city's 4th of July...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    June 26, 2015

4-H Trailblazers explore great outdoors

HURLEY - A group of Iron County kids cycled along County Road C to the Gile Flowage on Thursday to explore the shoreline before continuing on to Mount Zion in Ironwood Township as part of the county...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    June 26, 2015

4th of July celebrations 'blast' off in Bessemer

BESSEMER - Bessemer's 4th of July celebrations are set to begin today with the city's sixth annual Tree of Honor Lighting Ceremony at 7 p.m. in the pocket park on Sophie Street. Each year the...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 25, 2015

Finnish student-teacher pursues dream in Hurley

HURLEY - Devoted to her passion for teaching English, student-teacher Taina Takamaki, 45, came to America with her family to teach at Hurley K-12 for summer school. A long way from home in Finland,...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 25, 2015

Gogebic Community College hosts Red Cross blood drive

IRONWOOD - Gogebic Community College hosted an American Rec Cross blood drive on Wednesday. First-time donors, frequent donors and everyone in-between showed up to give blood. Second-time donor...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 24, 2015

All the world's a story

IRONWOOD - Narrative consultant Jenifer Strauss came to the Ironwood Carnegie Library on Tuesday to help kids learn to write and express their imaginations. To begin her workshop, Strauss told the...

 
 By Kelsey Hansen    News    June 23, 2015

Wakefield city council hears of progress on blight control, sewer work, park improvements

WAKEFIELD - Work continues on tearing down an old laundromat along Sunday Lake Street in Wakefield. The building had been condemned by the Wakefield city council. At the council's meeting Monday...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 23, 2015

Bessemer approves 2015-16 school budget

BESSEMER - The Bessemer School Board approved the proposed budget for the 2015-16 school year on Monday. The board heard the district received revenues of $3,843,584 for the 2014-15 school year and...

 
 By Tom Stankard    News    June 22, 2015

Ironwood Theatre hosts 'Grease' sing-a-long

IRONWOOD -Dressed in poodle skirts, black T's and and saddle shoes, "Grease" fans came to historic Ironwood Theatre on Saturday to sing along to the classic flick. Prior to showing the sing-a-long...

 
 By CRAIG REMSBURG - Marquette Mining Journal    Sports    June 22, 2015

North takes girls' U.P. All-Star victory

MARQUETTE - Points weren't easy to come by for Watersmeet's Frannie Zelinski or Ewen-Trout Creek's Molly Niemi. But they both contributed, Niemi for the North, which beat Zelinski and the South 68-62 in Saturday's U.P. All-Star Classic at Marquette...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    June 22, 2015

Penokee Range 4-H holds 'meat tasting' in preparation for county fair

HURLEY - Members of the Penokee Range 4-H program were at Stoffel's Country Store on Saturday to offer customers samples from a variety of dishes made with animals raised by the 4-H program. The purpo...

 

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