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MALINDA PETERSON, left, and Pamela Niemi, right, speak to students on behalf of Domestic Violence Escape, of Ironwood, on Friday at the annual Health Fair at the Hurley K-12 School.

HURLEY — Elementary students at the Hurley K-12 School learned about improving their overall health during the annual Health Fair on Friday.

According to Iron County health officer Zona Wick, the event “went well,” with students learning about staying active, eating right and other healthy choices.

Representatives from the Wisconsin Dairy Council, Iron County Health Department, North Country Independent Living, Domestic Violence Escape, the office of Dr. Paul Hagemann, DDS, Aspirus Grand View Hospital and Iron County University of Wisconsin-Extension spoke to students on a variety of...



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