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Articles from the March 22, 2014 edition

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 By Cortney Ofstad    News    March 22, 2014

Most important meal

IRONWOOD - As the old saying goes, "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." For students at Sleight Elementary School in Ironwood, breakfast is a given. Each day, students are able to eat... Full story


Vote in new Iron County Board members

To the Editor: Our Iron County Board overwhelmingly approves committee recommendations with little discussion of the full board. While it makes meetings quick and easy, some necessary questions are not being handled properly. The board admits to not... Full story


Sister-in-law's warmth, wit fondly remembered

To the Editor: My brother’s wife is enduring the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease, and he is suffering in his own way along with her. How he has managed his time as a caregiver is almost beyond comprehension. His patience, often tried,... Full story


Lucia Maria Patritto

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Lucia Maria Patritto, 56, died unexpectedly on March 18, 2014. Daughter of the late Felix John and Ermalinda Rose (Cornolo) Patritto, she was born Sept. 11, 1957, at Divine... Full story


Jeffrey Bryan Kasieta

IRONWOOD, Mich. - Jeffrey Bryan Kasieta, 51, of Ironwood, passed away peacefully at home Friday morning, March 14, 2014, after a brave battle with a sudden illness. He was born June 10, 1962, in... Full story


Keith Chandler Ladwig

HURLEY, Wis. - Keith Ladwig, 56, of Hurley, passed away on Sunday, March 16, 2014, at Aspirus Grand View Hospital in Ironwood, Mich., surrounded by his loving family. Keith was born to the late... Full story


Winter's snowy barrage hammers US road budgets

TRAVERSE CITY (AP) - In Michigan's way-up-north Keweenaw Peninsula, where 200 inches of snow in a single season elicits barely a shrug, officials know there's nothing in the budget more important than... Full story

 By Matt Walters    News    March 22, 2014

Research study sheds light on winter naps

Hello friends: This week’s column is brought to you thanks to a bear research study conducted for the past 30 years in Ashland, Sawyer and Bayfield Counties. It is run by Tim Ginnett, an associate p...


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