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 By Pat Krause    Sports    May 2, 2015

Midgets down Eagles in 5 innings

HURLEY - The Hurley Midgets played rock-solid baseball on Friday night and carved out a 12-2 win over Solon Springs with the 10-run rule going into effect in the fifth inning of the Indianhead Confere... Full story

 By Jason Juno    Sports    May 1, 2015

Red Devils win two very different games

IRONWOOD - Thursday night's softball doubleheader between Ironwood and Mellen was night and day, literally and figuratively. Besides starting during the day and ending under the lights, the teams... Full story

 By Pat Krause    Sports    May 1, 2015

Red Devils hang on to beat Granite Diggers

IRONWOOD - The Ironwood Red Devils used three big innings to get sizable leads and then withstood Mellen rallies to win 15-12 in Indianhead Conference action on Thursday night. "It was our fourth... Full story

 By Jason Juno    Sports    April 28, 2015

Kivisto tallies 400th win as Midgettes gash Granite Diggers in doubleheader

Kivisto, his 400th win coaching the Hurley softball team came on a warm and sunny day. After the Midgettes beat Mellen 15-0 in the first game of a doubleheader, Hurley players sprayed Kivisto with as... Full story

 By Pat Krause    Sports    April 28, 2015

6-run innings carry Midgets past Diggers

HURLEY — Hurley scored six times in the sixth inning to put the 10-run mercy rule into effect and downed Mellen 19-9 on Monday night. “We haven’t been getting much production from the bottom part of the line-up, but we hit tonight for the first... Full story


Midgettes cede first runs, loss of season

STRATFORD, Wis. — The Hurley Midgettes split in Saturday's softball tournament, beating Iola-Scandinavia 8-7 and losing to Athens 3-0. It was the first time this season that Hurley lost or allowed a run after outscoring its first four opponents... Full story

 By Jason Juno    Sports    April 14, 2015

Midgettes start season with 11-0 win

ASHLAND, Wis. - Hurley didn't strike out. It didn't allow any walks. And its defense was solid. Not bad for its first game of the year. The Midgettes blanked Ashland 11-0 in five innings Monday at... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    April 6, 2015

Ironwood students to compete in national business competition

IRONWOOD - Four Ironwood students are heading to Anaheim Calif., to compete in the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference from May 5 to May 10. Ironwood seniors Allison Clemens and Katie Erickson, along with sophomores... Full story

 By Richard Jenkins    News    March 31, 2015

Ironwood team wins engineering olympics

IRONWOOD - For the fifth year in a row, the Ironwood physics team took first place in the Engineering Olympics at Michigan Tech University on March 24. The team - also known as the 22 students in... Full story

 By Cortney Ofstad    News    August 19, 2014

Office space contentious point for school board

IRONWOOD - The location of offices inside Luther L. Wright School in Ironwood were a focal point of discussion that split the board during an Ironwood Area Schools Board of Education meeting Monday... Full story

 By Jan Tucker    Opinion    August 2, 2014

Requiem for cursive

To write or not to write; to print or not to print, that is a very big question recently. Many schools no longer teach children to write in cursive, but are teaching instead to print. That program has been ongoing for several years and each year... Full story

 By Pat Krause    Sports    July 16, 2014

Penokee wins district tournament

IRONWOOD - Penokee Range became the champions of the Michigan District 11 Little League in ages 9-10 with a 14-4 title game victory over Keweenaw at the John Krznarich Field on Tuesday. The team is... Full story

 By Brandon Veale    Sports    July 8, 2014

Penokee Range falls on opening day of district tourney

SOUTH RANGE – The first day of the District 11 Major (age 11-12) division Little League tournament was full of big: Big players, big hits and big plays. Both Houghton Country entries advanced in the... Full story


Carleton school staff uses 3D printer to make hand

CARLETON (AP) - With a flick of his wrist, Robbie McKnight can move five plastic digits close together to pick up objects. The movement, commonplace for most people, was something Robbie, 14, hadn't b... Full story


Last of original group of Navajo Code Talkers dies

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - The language he once was punished for speaking in school became Chester Nez's primary weapon in World War II. Before hundreds of men from the Navajo Nation became Code... Full story


Global warming discussion needs balanced perspective

To the Editor: On Saturday, April 13, the Daily Globe published an article written by Ralph Ansami summarizing a report by the Heartland Institute (presumably at concerning the global warming controversy. Accord... Full story


Minimum wage already an issue in Michigan

DETROIT (AP) - President Barack Obama is bringing the minimum wage fight to Michigan. Michigan, as it turns out, is already fighting. Obama, who has endorsed legislation to gradually raise the... Full story


Emergency brake failed to stop Chicago train

CHICAGO (AP) - An emergency track-side braking system activated but failed to stop a Chicago commuter train from jumping the tracks and barreling to the top of an escalator at O'Hare International... Full story


Federal health care sign-ups pass 1 million mark

HONOLULU (AP) - The government's rehabilitated health insurance website has seen a December surge in customer sign-ups, pushing enrollment past the 1 million mark, the Obama administration says.... Full story


Last-minute insurance shoppers get one-day extension

CHICAGO (AP) - Anticipating heavy traffic on the government's health care website, the Obama administration extended Monday's deadline for signing up for insurance by a day, giving Americans in 36... Full story


Study: 8.8 billion Earth-size, just-right planets

WASHINGTON (AP) - Space is vast, but it may not be so lonely after all: A study finds the Milky Way is teeming with billions of planets that are about the size of Earth, orbit stars just like our... Full story

 By Ralph Ansami    News    November 2, 2013

Former tribal council member says pollution should be key election issue

ODANAH, Wis. - A former tribal council member said Friday he can't understand why the Bad River Indian Reservation's council isn't making inadequate treatment of its sewage more of a priority. With a... Full story


Insurance markets open to surge of new customers

CHICAGO (AP) — Americans got their first chance Tuesday to shop for health insurance using the online marketplaces that are at the heart of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, but... Full story


Hunter hits and runs to help Tigers beat Twins

DETROIT (AP) — Torii Hunter put the Detroit Tigers ahead with his bat and scored two runs with his 38-year-old legs to help the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 7-1 on Wednesday night.... Full story


Tigers outlast Indians in 14th inning

CLEVELAND (AP) — Prince Fielder hit a two-run double in the 14th inning as the Detroit Tigers won their 11th straight, 6-5 on Wednesday night over the Cleveland Indians, who fell six games out of... Full story


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