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Revitalized snowmobile trail club seeking more members
BESSEMER — The Gogebic Range Trail Authority is seeking new members to assist with trail work and to fill in as snowmobile trail groomers, according to the president of the organization. Steve Hamilton, of Wakefield, said Friday the club is no...
Niemi wins, Anderson 4th at Drummond invite
CABLE, Wis. — In as close to a WIAA Division 3 sectional preview as Hurley will get, Tori Anderson finished fourth Thursday at Telemark Golf Course. Ironwood's Nick Niemi found out he would have a...
Hurley honors five individuals, one team, during annual Hall of Fame induction
By JASON JUNO email@example.com HURLEY — An all-time great running back, two excellent basketball players, a coach credited with turning around the girls basketball program and an outstanding athlete and coach joined the 1949 Saxon boys...
Midgets win first regional title since 2005
TONY, Wis. - No one came close to the Hurley boys, who won their first WIAA Division 3 regional track-and-field meet since 2005 Monday. The Indianhead Conference dominated the day with Hurley first wi...
Four Red Devils finish in top 3 at Simpson indoor meet
SUPERIOR, Wis. - Ironwood's Rachel Hudacek won the high jump and three other Red Devils finished in the top three at Friday's Simpson Invitational. Hudacek was the only girl at the meet made up of...
Warming temperatures bring early close to area ski hills
By TOM STANKARD firstname.lastname@example.org As warm temperatures continue, melting snow is causing an early end to the season for skiers and snowboarders. The forecast calls for continued warm...
Students represent Iron County during Superior Days
By RICHARD JENKINS email@example.com HURLEY - A trio of Hurley high school students recently traveled to Madison to take part in the annual Superior Days visit by representatives from the...
Cardinals escape Ironwood with victory
IRONWOOD - Ironwood took Wakefield-Marenisco to the brink of an upset, but the Cardinals counted on a senior to pull out a 52-49 win in a non-conference, Gogebic Range rivalry game at the John...
Midgets hold off Tigers
HURLEY - On the second Friday in a row, Hurley buried a rival early in the game. After coming out strong in a win at Ironwood last week, the Midgets did the same against their Iron County rivals,...
Northwoods winter in full swing for holiday weekend
By TOM STANKARD firstname.lastname@example.org With snow in the forecast during Martin Luther King Day weekend, snowmobilers, skiers and snowboarders are expected to visit Iron and Gogebic counties to... Full story
Mercer beats rival Hurley for second straight time
MERCER, Wis. - After going over 11 years without a win over their archrivals to the north, the Mercer Tigers now have a winning streak against Hurley. The Tigers fought off a spirited second-half rall... Full story
Cardinals improve to 5-1 with victory over Red Devils
WAKEFIELD - Wakefield-Marenisco is showing signs it will be a team to be reckoned with in the 2015-16 season. The Cardinals played another good game in defeating Ironwood 71-49 in a non-conference... Full story
Despite late start, ski hills work to save season
By RICHARD JENKINS email@example.com While mild temperatures in November and early December meant that ski hills across the Gogebic Range pushed back their opening days, the recent snowfalls and cold weather means that all have at least... Full story
Hurley girls, Ironwood boys place second at first Indianhead meet
IRON RIVER, Wis. - The storms stayed away as the Hurley girls and Ironwood boys took second at the first Indianhead Conference cross country meet of the season at Northern Pines Golf Course... Full story