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 By Ryan Jarvi    News    August 2, 2014 

Couple shares courthouse wedding

BESSEMER - With vows exchanged underwater or near volcanoes, and reception parties with hundreds of guests and price tags for thousands of dollars, the norm for weddings seems to be shifting toward... Full story

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    August 2, 2014 

Iron fair opens three-day run in Saxon with ideal weather

SAXON, Wis. - Nicholas Walesewicz was keeping a close watch on his rabbits as the 84th Iron County Fair opened Friday at Saxon. Ideal weather greeted fair-goers as the crowd grew around 6 p.m., while... Full story

 
 By Cortney Ofstad    News    August 2, 2014 

Hurley students travel to Europe

HURLEY - For nearly a week in June, 36 students from the Hurley K-12 School traveled with eight adults to Spain, the Netherlands and France to experience European culture first-hand. Natalie Patritto, trip organizer and Spanish teacher at Hurley,... Full story

 
 By Dennis Grall    Sports    August 2, 2014 

Welcome to the club

HANCOCK - Three former professional athletes who hail from the Upper Peninsula are among 10 new inductees into the Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame. Paul Feldhausen of Iron Mountain spent three... Full story

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    August 1, 2014

Michigan National Guard bridge company fills up school lot here

IRONWOOD - The Luther L. Wright School parking lot would normally be deserted on a late July day, but it was the scene of 38 huge military vehicles on Thursday evening. Area residents can rest... Full story

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    August 1, 2014

Car crashes into U.S. 2 building

IRONWOOD - The manager of the Ready Money store on Cloverland Drive was not injured when a car crashed through the front of the building around 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Christina Youngberg said the noise w... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 31, 2014

'Professional RVers' make stop at Black River Harbor

By RYAN JARVI rjarvi@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP - Brock Inglehart and Leola Walker are originally from southwest Michigan near Kalamazoo, but they have an official mailing address in Box... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 31, 2014

Gogebic CC looks for new image

IRONWOOD - Gogebic Community College is looking to increase its appeal with a new logo and website, as well as improve its social media presence, to attract more potential students. Some of the... Full story

 
 News    July 30, 2014

State legislators discuss UP issues

By RYAN JARVI rjarvi@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD - Michigan state legislators visited Gogebic Community College in Ironwood on Tuesday to discuss a number of issues including mining, western Upper... Full story

 
 By Miranda Anderson    News    July 29, 2014

Wakefield council proceeds with condemnation of structures

WAKEFIELD - The Wakefield city council held a hearing for the condemnation of two structures at its meeting Monday evening. It decided to proceed with condemnation of the buildings at 111 Bedell Ave.... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 28, 2014

Alumni, friends honored at Hurley school

HURLEY - Four people were honored with the Distinguished Alumni and Friends Award given by the Hurley Education Foundation during its 12th annual awards ceremony held Saturday morning in the commons... Full story

 
 By Miranda Anderson    News    July 28, 2014

International German band performs for Marenisco Heritage Days

MARENISCO - The Fire Brigade Band of Kropp, Germany, held a concert Saturday evening as part of the fourth annual Marenisco "Milltown" Heritage Days. The band played various styles of music, ranging... Full story

 
 By Jason Juno    Sports    July 28, 2014

'01 softball team, 4 people inducted into Hurley hall of fame

HURLEY -¬†One of Hurley's best running backs. An all-around female athlete. The school's first WIAA scholar athlete. Hurley's all-time wins leader in boys basketball. Tony Loden, Becky Brackett, Joe... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 26, 2014

Summit focuses on aging-friendly communities

OMA, Wis. - The second annual Aging-Friendly Communities Summit was held on Friday at the Oma Town Hall and featured a number of speakers discussing a variety of topics from elder law to dementia.... Full story

 
 By Jason Juno    Sports    July 26, 2014

DiGiorgio, Corullo help Hurley get revenge on Shiocton - sort of

HURLEY -¬†Hurley football got a bit of revenge on Shiocton Friday. Well, on the golf course anyway. Colin DiGiorgio and Ross Corullo of Hurley beat father-and-son Jim and Jason Hill in a one-hole... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 25, 2014

'Art Park' green space

IRONWOOD - Members of the Downtown Ironwood Development Authority heard a brief update about a proposed "Art Park" for an empty lot on Aurora Street Thursday morning. Ironwood Community Development... Full story

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    July 24, 2014

Air Choice One welcomed to airport

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP - Air Choice One was welcomed to the Ironwood area at Wednesday day-long festivities at the Gogebic-Iron County Airport. The Chicago-based airlines has been operating out of the... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 24, 2014

Zombies invade Ironwood as Strand demonstrates demons

IRONWOOD - The Ironwood Carnegie Library hosted a day of zombie-related events, including zombie make-up face-painting, on Tuesday afternoon. Ironwood resident Tyler Strand used liquid latex, powders... Full story

 
 By Ryan Jarvi    News    July 24, 2014

Impact committee eyes reclamation of G-Tac mine site

HURLEY - The Iron County Mining Impact Committee discussed possible reclamation efforts at its meeting on Wednesday that would follow the mine being proposed by Gogebic Taconite near Upson, Wis. Joe... Full story

 
 By Ralph Ansami    News    July 23, 2014

School board learns about new Hurley STEM classes

HURLEY - Hurley School District teacher Dan Rye on Monday showed school board members how seventh and eighth grade students will better be prepared for high school technology classes. Rye said two... Full story

 

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