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Articles from the April 8, 2013 edition

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 By Larry Holcombe    News    April 8, 2013

The hills are alive

IRONWOOD — The Ironwood Theatre was alive with “The Sound of Music” Saturday evening as upwards of 200 folks took part in a sing-a-long showing of the 1965 Academy Award winning film. The... Full story

 By Cortney Ofstad    News    April 8, 2013

Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes new executive director

HURLEY — Dorrene O’Donnell is the new executive director of the Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce. She started work on March 18, in a big way. “My first official act as director was attending the...

 By Michael Thill    News    April 8, 2013

Paisano Club holds spring dinner, raises scholarship funds

BESSEMER — The Gogebic-Iron County Paisano Club held its spring dinner Sunday at La Panetteria in Bessemer, celebrating Italian heritage and scholarship funds raised for area high school seniors. Speaking to a crowd gathered for the annual event,...


Brighton veterinarian trains dogs for police work

BRIGHTON (AP) — You know those TV shows where the lead character is a medical specialist who also solves crimes? Andrea Lautenschlager is like that, but with a twist. A Brighton veterinarian and spe... Full story


'Deer rub' hurting northwestern Lower Michigan fruit farmers

SUTTONS BAY (AP) — Some fruit farmers in northwest Lower Michigan are hoping to buck the trend of deer harming their orchards. Large bucks are rubbing their antlers against fruit trees, stripping...


In northern New England, this season's name is mud

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — It’s known in northern New England as the fifth season: mud. But the time of year when the thawing winter landscape turns dirt roads into mucky seas and paved highways into...


Wolves' real enemy is misinformation

To the Editor: In his letter published April 3, Joe Allen claims pro-wolf groups are the real enemy of wolves. I would hope Allen understands that eliminating the sick, injured, weak wolves strengthens the deer herd and wolves have the potential to... Full story


Ruth Erspamer Spees

MELLEN, Wis. — Ruth Erspamer Spees, 48, of Hurley, died peacefully Friday, April 5, 2013, surrounded by her loving family, at Mellen Manor Nursing Home in Mellen, following a 10-year battle with can... Full story


Susan Hjordis Pinkerton

BRUCE CROSSING, Mich. — Susan Hjordis Pinkerton, 55, of Bruce Crossing, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and sister began her new life with God on April 4, 2013. She was born in Wakefield on March 24, 1958, to William and Hjordis (Maki) Hiitola.... Full story


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