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 By Tom Stankard    News    July 30, 2015 

Birds of prey come to Hurley Library

HURLEY - Children and bird lovers migrated to Hurley Public Library for Birds of Prey on Wednesday. Birds of Prey is part of Hurley Public Library's summer reading program for kids. The goal of the... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    July 30, 2015 

Residents turnout for Aspirus walking program at Airport Park

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP - Area residents have continued to turn out for Aspirus Grand View's Healthy Step Challenge, held at the township's Airport Park each Tuesday since July 7. The challenge runs from 4... Full story

 By Ralph Ansami    News    July 29, 2015

Iron County Fair to feature 1900s horse-drawn hay baler

SAXON, Wis. - Saxon farmer Kenny Clement said Iron County Fair-goers will be treated to some new tractor-related events during this weekend's three-day celebration. Clement said an early 1900s... Full story

 By Kelsey Hansen    News    July 28, 2015

Wakefield council discusses waste management costs

WAKEFIELD - The Wakefield City Council discussed the latest update with the Gogebic Range Solid Waste Management Authority Monday night. A meeting was held with the authority Thursday, in which it... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 27, 2015

Relay raises funds for cancer

By TOM STANKARD IRONWOOD - To recognize those touched by cancer, the 19th annual American Cancer Society Gogebic Range Relay for Life was hosted by Gogebic Community... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 27, 2015

Heritage Parade celebrates Iron County

HURLEY - On a bright, sunshiny day in downtown Hurley, locals and visitors lined Silver Street for the annual Iron County Heritage Parade on Saturday. Beginning with the national anthem sung by... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 27, 2015

Hard work pays off for Hurley Hall of Famers

HURLEY-The Hurley Education Foundation inducted five new members on Saturday at the 13th annual induction ceremony hosted by Hurley K-12 School District. As part of the foundation's Class of 2015, Patricia Calvi Brahmstedt, Dr. James Lombardo, Dr.... Full story

 By Pat Krause    Sports    July 27, 2015

Four enter Hurley Athletic Hall of Fame

HURLEY - The Hurley Quarterback Club inducted its 18th class into the Hurley High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday at the Hurley K-12 School. The new inductees included: The 2000 and 2001... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 25, 2015

Step back in time

HURLEY-People young and old experienced life before the turn of the last century during Heritage Day on Friday presented by the Iron County Historical Society at the Iron County Historical Museum.... Full story

 News    July 25, 2015

Newly displayed pictures tell story of Ontonagon's past

ONTONAGON - A project by the Ontonagon Township Board will acquaint residents of what it was like to live in the village during the "old days." Large pictures from the past were installed Saturday on... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 24, 2015

Where does trail go next

BESSEMER - After making a major milestone by receiving a Department of Natural Resources Trust Fund grant, the Western Gateway Trail Authority met Thursday to proceed making plans a trail from... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    July 23, 2015

Kids turn leaves into art at Hurley Library

HURLEY - The Hurley City Hall's meeting room was converted into an amateur art space Wednesday as the Hurley Library held its second summer kids reading program with help from the North Lakeland... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    July 23, 2015

60th annual Range Art Association art show to be held

HURLEY - The talent of the area's artists will be on display this weekend as the Range Art Association holds its 60th annual art show at the Iron County Memorial Building beginning Friday. The show... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 22, 2015

Semi truck brings down utility lines

IRONWOOD - A semi-truck driver knocked down utility lines on Houk Street on Tuesday afternoon. According to an Xcel Energy employee on the scene, a semi truck driver traveling on the street was too... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    July 22, 2015

Planning Committee debates electronic signage

MERCER - Although no formal action was taken during the meeting, the Iron County Comprehensive Planning, Land and Zoning Committee discussed what types of electronic signs are allowed under the... Full story

 Opinion    July 22, 2015

Congratulations to GCC Board of Trustees

To the Editor: Congratulations to the Gogebic Community College Board of Trustees for the renovation of the Lindquist Center. The updated facility reflects the college‚Äôs commitment to a vibrant future for the college, its students and its community... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    July 21, 2015

Ironwood school board renews lease with GOISD

IRONWOOD - The Ironwood Area Schools Board of Education, on Monday, approved continuing a lease with the Gogebic-Ontonagon Intermediate School District to allow the GOISD to use a number of empty... Full story

 By Tom Stankard    News    July 21, 2015

Singer, songwriter performs at Ironwood Theatre with father, friend

IRONWOOD - Singer-songwriter Natalie Mae Palms brought her dad, Mark Palms, and singer-songwriter Billy King with her to perform at the Ironwood Theatre Sunday. Born and raised in Manchester, Mae was... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    July 20, 2015

Festival full of fun, food, games, music

IRONWOOD - Saturday's Festival Ironwood schedule featured a full day of activities, ranging from a Walk, Run and Roll in Norrie Park in the morning to a performance by Shotgun Kelli that filled the... Full story

 By Pat Krause    Sports    July 20, 2015

Barto-Store claim Milakovich title

IRONWOOD - When Jordan Barto and Simon Store qualified for the Championship Flight by shooting a 70 on Saturday, many at the Milakovich Memorial Tournament probably considered them dark-horses to... Full story


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