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Work on Saxon tower signals beginning of broadband project
SAXON, Wis - The installation of equipment on a communication tower in Saxon was underway Friday, marking the beginning of an effort to expand broadband internet access to the northern portion of the...
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...
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
Governor visits Hurley to award high-speed Internet grant
By RICHARD JENKINS firstname.lastname@example.org HURLEY - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker visited Hurley Tuesday to announce Iron County's broadband grant was successful. "We're pleased to be here ...... Full story
Francis 'Frank' Anthony Grasso
ASHLAND, Wis. - Francis "Frank" Anthony Grasso, 84, of Pence, died Monday, Oct. 19, 2015, at Ashland Health and Rehabilitation Center in Ashland. Frank was born on Feb. 23, 1931, and grew up at the...
Broadband committee moves forward with grant application
HURLEY — Members of the Gogebic Range Broadband Committee met this week to discuss moving forward with applying for a grant through the state of Wisconsin to expand Internet access to residents in northern Iron County. The committee is working on... Full story
Ben Schneider wins 10th straight Paavo, wife Candice takes 5th title
HURLEY - Ben Schneider came into Saturday's race with a discrete, even human, bib number of 178, rather than the traditional No. 1 for the defending champion. Schneider, a nine-time defending... Full story
Schneider and Schneider back to defend their Paavo titles
HURLEY — Ben Schneider’s third straight Paavo Nurmi Marathon win back in 2008 was one of his toughest as he didn’t pass Wakefield’s Ryan Holm until late in the race. His wife, Candice, 28,... Full story
Lions events continue despite weather hiccups
IRON BELT, Wis. — “The weather threw a little curve to us,” said Sandy Larson at the district Lion Club convention at Whitecap Mountains Friday afternoon. Larson, Lion’s Club District...