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'It's About Love'
Editor's note: The Daily Globe recently ran an "It's About Love" contest that asked readers to submit an essay sharing their Valentine's story. Mary Nemetz's essay was selected as the winner. She and...
Wakefield holds 10th annual marathon; Boston qualifier
By KELSEY HANSEN [email protected] WAKEFIELD - The 10th annual First National Bank of Wakefield Marathon took place Saturday morning, with a record 27 individuals finishing. The 26.2 mile race a... Full story
Matherne, Buckles share writings in Wakefield
WAKEFIELD — A second installment of the U.P. Women’s Author Tour was held Thursday evening at the Wakefield Municipal Building. Presented by the Wakefield Public Library, two authors, Beverly Matherne and Julie Buckles, read aloud some of their... Full story
Pies, mud and music: Iron County fair draws big crowds
SAXON, Wis. - The 88th annual Iron County Fair had a successful weekend, seeing beautiful weather and lots of fair-goers. Saturday was the busiest day, hosting a number of events, Earl's Rides,... Full story
Wakefield council discusses waste management costs
WAKEFIELD - The Wakefield City Council discussed the latest update with the Gogebic Range Solid Waste Management Authority Monday night. A meeting was held with the authority Thursday, in which it... Full story
W-M School approves budget, accepts resignations
WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield-Marenisco Board of Education held its budget/truth-in-taxation hearing Monday night before the regular board meeting. Business Manager Tina Trevarthen and Superintendent Catherine Shamion reported on the final 2014-15... Full story
Wakefield city council hears of progress on blight control, sewer work, park improvements
WAKEFIELD - Work continues on tearing down an old laundromat along Sunday Lake Street in Wakefield. The building had been condemned by the Wakefield city council. At the council's meeting Monday... Full story
Wakefield hosts first Lumberjack Festival in conjunction with 'The Way We Worked'
WAKEFIELD - The first Lumberjack Festival took place on Saturday at Eddy Park along Sunday Lake in Wakefield. As part of the events for the Smithsonian's "The Way We Worked" traveling exhibit, as well as part of Wakefield's goal in drawing new... Full story
Northwoods Manufacturing welcomes community into shop
HURLEY - Northwoods Manufacturing held its second annual open house all day on Friday at the Hurley K-12 School. A steady stream of visitors flooded the shop throughout the day, talking with the... Full story