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Articles from the March 6, 2015 edition


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  • Girl Scout cookies

    Mar 6, 2015

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  • Smoke call

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  • Record collecting is more than just a hobby

    Mar 6, 2015

    To the Editor: For the masses, phonograph records are no longer vogue, but this writer, and I am quite sure of a certain amount of others, will not give up on them until there are no more machines to play them on. LPs, 78 RPMS, 45 RPMs: I have an significant amount of all three, but it has been a long time since I have played anything but the 45 RPMs, of which I may have hundreds. Whether at rummage sales or at resale stores, I always look for 45s not currently in my collection. At one such sale there was a record entitled “Masterpiece.... Full story

  • Elsie D. Friedman

    Mar 6, 2015

    ESCANABA, Mich. - Elsie D. Friedman passed away on Feb. 27, 2015, in Escanaba, at the home of her daughter, Darcy. Elsie was born in Bessemer on Dec. 14, 1919, the daughter of Sam and Amelia Cerioni. She graduated from A.D. Johnston High School and married Theodore (Ted) Friedman on Sept. 12, 1946. Together they owned and operated Friedman's News Agency in Ironwood. Elsie was very active in the Ironwood community. She was a member of the Ironwood Woman's Club, Grand View Hospital Auxiliary,... Full story

  • Dorothy L. Kangas

    Mar 6, 2015

    SALINE, Mich. — Dorothy L. Kangas, 95, of Saline, formerly of Ironwood Township, passed away on Monday, March 2, 2015, at the Saline Evangelical Home in Saline. She was born Nov. 28, 1919, in Waltz, the daughter of David and Augusta (Ziemann) Schaefer. On Sept. 20, 1946, in Ann Arbor, she married Matthew Kangas and he preceded her in death on June 15, 2006. Dorothy graduated from Saline High School with the Class of 1938 and was confirmed at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Saline. During her lifetime, she was a stay-at-home mom who... Full story

  • Speedboys outrace Panthers for PMC title

    Jason Juno|Mar 6, 2015

    BESSEMER - This group of Bessemer seniors made one more lasting memory in their final game at the House of Noise. They won the final Porcupine Mountain Conference title by dominating Ewen-Trout Creek 85-57 Thursday night. The PMC is merging with the Copper Country Conference next year. What a way for the final PMC championship to be decided, with a title game between 4-1 teams. The Speedboys just took the drama out of it with a dominating performance. "This was for our seniors, our last home... Full story

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