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Articles from the March 2, 2019 edition


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  • VA to hold town halls in Iron, Gogebic counties

    Mar 2, 2019

    Veterans and their families have been invited to upcoming veterans town halls in Gogebic and Iron (Wis.) counties March 12-13. The meetings will be hosted by officials from the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center and the local county veterans service offices. “These town halls are not limited to those who use our services. We welcome any veterans and their families who may not be enrolled in VA health care to come and learn about its services and benefits,” said Brad Nelson, public affairs officer at the Iron Mountain-based VA Medical...

  • Aspirus brings in extra doctor help through telehealth

    Bryan Hellios|Mar 2, 2019

    IRONWOOD — Aspirus Hospital in Ironwood is using remote technology to offer patients expanded access to physicians. David Sim, manager of marketing and public relations for Aspirus, said it’s not always easy for the hospital to find enough doctors to work in the area. “It’s hard for rural communities to compete with such high demand,” he said. “Everybody wants more providers.” Telehealth addresses this problem by allowing doctors to live anywhere in the world, but work where they are most needed. During a demonstration, a...

  • Due to status of ice at Meyers Beach, ice caves remain closed

    Mar 2, 2019

    BAYFIELD, Wis. — National Park Service officials based in Bayfield announced Friday that the ice caves along the Lake Superior shore near Meyers Beach remain closed. The NPS ice team checked conditions Thursday. Two distinct sheets of ice were found, according to a press release, including a “relatively smooth ice for much of Mawikwe Bay (at Meyers Beach) and a fractured ice sheet along the entire length of the caves. This sheet is rough with shark fins and overturned ice.” Significant snow cover is one of the big challenges, the release...

  • TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

    Mar 2, 2019

  • POWERING UP

    Mar 2, 2019

  • Community calendar

    Mar 2, 2019

    Email calendar items and community news to [email protected]. For more information, call 906-932-2211. Saturday, March 2 Union Station Food Pantry and Northern Food Bank, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 252 E. Ayer St., Ironwood. Alcoholics Anonymous, 11 a.m., Salem Lutheran Church, Ironwood. area74.org. Community Pickleball Paddlers, 2-5 p.m., Mercer School gymnasium. 715-776-4588. Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 p.m., Salem Lutheran Church, Ironwood. area74.org. Sunday, March 3 Alcoholics Anonymous, 1 p.m., closed meeting, Salem Lutheran Church,...

  • ROOF SHOVELING

    Mar 2, 2019

  • Aili's game-winner gives Bessemer first district title since 2004

    Jason Juno|Mar 2, 2019

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] EWEN - A big reason why Bessemer's drought of district tournaments dates back to 2004 is because of Ewen-Trout Creek. It was no different for this group of Bessemer seniors. "Freshman year we lost to Ewen. Sophomore year we lost to Ewen. Junior year we lost to Ewen," senior Cade Mazzon said. "This year, we had to beat them." Just because they came in with an under-.500 record didn't mean E-TC was any less formidable than normal. So Bessemer fought to lift that district trophy Friday night. First, Mazzon...

  • Hurley loses regional semi in double OT

    Pat Krause|Mar 2, 2019

    HURLEY — Like two heavyweight boxers slugging it out in the middle of the ring in a championship fight, Birchwood finally emerged with a 63-61 double overtime victory over Hurley in a WIAA Division 5 regional semifinal game on Friday night. Birchwood will now advance to the championship game to play at top-seed Northwood. "It's unfortunate someone had to lose tonight," Birchwood coach Blane Senn said. "Hurley played their butts off. They got behind, but they kept working hard and got back in it. "We went to a full-court press and man defense...

  • Mercer's comeback effort falls short

    Mar 2, 2019

    MELLEN, Wis. — Mercer fought back from a 20-point deficit to take the lead, but they couldn’t finish it as Mellen won the WIAA Division 5 regional semifinal 68-60 Friday night. Mellen led 42-22, but Mercer went on a 27-6 run to take a 49-48 lead. “We made it interesting,” Mercer coach Adam Miller said. “I told the boys, if you’re going to go down, you better go down swinging.” Mellen played four corners when it took that 20-point lead. Mercer forced them out of it. They had multiple opportunities to add to their one-point lead...

  • Daily Globe print edition not available Saturday

    Mar 2, 2019

    The Daily Globe print edition will not be available Saturday due to technical difficulties with the press late Friday night. The local stories are available online here at yourdailyglobe.com. The digital edition is unaffected....

  • Community dinner brings people together

    Bryan Hellios|Mar 2, 2019

    IRONWOOD — Wesley United Methodist Church kicked off the first Friday of March by offering a free community dinner. Head trustee for the church Ronald Ahonen said the church has cooked Christmas dinners for the neighborhood in the past, but has never done something like this before. He said, the mission of the church is to serve and that’s what they are trying to do. “We hope people come and enjoy the fellowship as well as the dinner,” he added. Keith Mullikin, pastor of the church, said the church had a food pantry for a number of year...

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