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 By Pat Krause    Sports    May 22, 2015 

Cardinals sweep PMC, first of two meets for some athletes

WAKEFIELD - The Wakefield-Marenisco girls track and field team put on a strong performance and out-distanced the Bessemer Speedgirls 102-78 in the final Porcupine Mountain Conference track meet at Car...

 
 News    May 22, 2015 
 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    May 21, 2015

Hurley students paint mural on Montreal River bridge

HURLEY - The Hurley riverfront is getting more colorful as members of the Hurley High School art program, taught by Terry Davis, have started a mural on the base of the former railroad bridge that...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    May 21, 2015

Linguistics professor provides insight into 'Yooper' accent trends

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP - Approximately 40 people gathered in one of the classrooms in the Solin Business Center of Gogebic Community College Wednesday to hear Wil Rankinen present a talk based on his...

 
 News    May 20, 2015  
 News    May 20, 2015  
 By Richard Jenkins    News    May 20, 2015

Authority hires special accountant to help with Bessemer withdrawal

IRONWOOD — The Gogebic Range Solid Waste Management Authority Board approved hiring a specialized accountant at the board’s May 12 meeting, to provide the board with insight into the financial implications of Bessemer’s decision to leave the...

 
 By Kelsey Hansen    News    May 18, 2015

Heifetz shares Jewish heritage of Gogebic Range

HURLEY-Cardiologist Dr. Steven Heifetz from Minneapolis spoke Saturday afternoon at the Iron County Historical Museum as part of "The Way We Worked" traveling exhibit activities. Heifetz gave a...

 
 By Kelsey Hansen    News    May 18, 2015

Area sixth graders enjoy weekend at Camp Superior

LITTLE GIRLS POINT - The annual spring retreat for area wide sixth graders was held at Camp Superior this past weekend. Typically held in the middle of the week, this year the camp was held on the...

 
 By Alan Schneider    News    May 18, 2015

Mercer celebrates Claire d'Loon's 34th birthday; chamber receives JEM grant

MERCER, Wis. - Claire d'Loon, Mercer's 16-foot, 2,000-pound loon, located on U.S. 51, celebrated her 34th birthday, complete with a present - a new voice - Saturday. Under the bow and wrapping was a...

 
 By Kelsey Hansen    News    May 16, 2015

Northwoods Manufacturing welcomes community into shop

HURLEY - Northwoods Manufacturing held its second annual open house all day on Friday at the Hurley K-12 School. A steady stream of visitors flooded the shop throughout the day, talking with the...

 
 By Jason Juno    Sports    May 15, 2015

Hurley's Nickel breaks sister's school record

ASHLAND, Wis. - Hurley freshman Aiyana Nickel set a school record in the triple jump at Thursday's Welker Invitational. Her jump of 31-6 broke the record set by her sister Teressa Leinon by half an...

 
 News    May 14, 2015  
 By Jason Juno    Sports    May 13, 2015

Tenlen wins playoff for conference title

HURLEY - A frustrating day of golf ended well for Hurley's Jeff Tenlen. Tenlen's 84 put him in a tie for the best score at Tuesday's Northern Wisconsin Golf Conference meet at Eagle Bluff. It also...

 
 News    May 13, 2015  
 By Kelsey Hansen    News    May 12, 2015

Wakefield council looks for reduced garbage rate

WAKEFIELD - The Wakefield City Council heard updates on the Gogebic Range Solid Waste Management Authority, city blight properties and budget considerations, as well as made a final decision on a...

 
 By Alan Schneider    News    May 11, 2015

10th annual Brian Nasi Memorial run raises heart awareness

HURLEY - The 10th annual Brian Nasi Memorial Heart Run/Walk was held Saturday starting and finishing at the Hurley K-12 School. It was a popular spot for families as young and old participated in the...

 
 By Alan Schneider    News    May 11, 2015

Ironwood's annual spring clean up draws crowd on Saturday

IRONWOOD - The city of Ironwood's spring garbage drop off was held Saturday in a vacant lot on East Ayer Street. According to City Manager Scott Erickson, the most popular items to be thrown away...

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    May 9, 2015

GCC graduates urged to 'Go bold'

IRONWOOD - Graduates were encouraged to "Go Bold" at Gogebic Community College's 81st commencement exercises on Friday evening. The "Go" theme stands for both Gogebic and setting forth in the...

 
 By Kelsey Hansen    News    May 9, 2015

Why My Mom is the Queen of All Moms

HURLEY - Kamryn Swartz, 9, entered the Daily Globe's Mother's Day essay contest as a project with her class at the Hurley K-12 School. Along with gifts she and her classmates made, they also wrote...

 
 Sports    May 9, 2015

Midgets retake lead in sixth inning, defeat Northland Pines

HURLEY - Hurley scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to come back and beat Northland Pines 5-3 Friday evening. The Midgets scored two runs in the first inning and led until the Eagles...

 
 By Pat Krause    Sports    May 8, 2015

Devils avenge early-season loss to Drummond

IRONWOOD - Seldom-used Ironwood pitcher Brett Ossanna surprised everyone with a great pitching performance and the rest of the Ironwood Red Devils played their best game of the season in defeating...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    May 8, 2015

Friends of Carnegie Library to host book sale

IRONWOOD - The Friends of the Carnegie Library will host a used book sale this weekend at the Ironwood Memorial Building. It begins today with a members-only preview for those who are members of the...

 
 News    May 7, 2015  
 By Richard Jenkins    News    May 7, 2015

Officials, citizens near consensus on Montreal River trail route

HURLEY - A mix of citizens and local officials gathered Wednesday near the two railroad bridges that connect Ironwood and Hurley across the Montreal River to discuss the proposed Riverside Trail that...

 

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