Articles from the August 10, 2013 edition

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Michigan's governor kicks off U.P. tour here Monday

IRONWOOD — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder kicks off a two-day tour of the Upper Peninsula Monday, beginning with a stop in Ironwood. Snyder will help dedicate the Western Gateway to Pure Michigan trailhead at Depot Park in downtown Ironwood at 9 a.m. Mo... Full story

 By Cortney Ofstad    News    August 10, 2013

Gogebic Range former home to streetcar lines

IRONWOOD — All it took was a badge for local resident Bruce Cox to be inspired by something from the past. For more than 30 years, Cox has researched streetcars on the Gogebic Range. It started... Full story

 By Cortney Ofstad    News    August 10, 2013

Copperwood project sees 'slow, steady' progress

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP — Things are going “slow and steady” with the Copperwood project, the proposed copper mine in Ironwood and Wakefield townships, according to Dave Anderson, of Orvana Resources. Construction hasn’t started on the site, but th... Full story


Green Bay youth wins loon calling

MERCER, Wis. — Winners have been announced for the annual loon calling contest during the Loon Day celebration in Mercer on Wednesday. More than 60 participants of all ages gave their best shots at impersonating a loon. According to Tina Brunell,... Full story


MSU-Extension to offer class on planning, zoning

IRONWOOD — Michigan State University Extension will offer a training program for local officials working in planning, zoning, community and economic development starting next month. The MSUE Citizen Planner program will meet Thursday evenings... Full story


Packers shut out by Cardinals

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Stepfan Taylor aced his first test. Exactly what you expect from a Stanford kid. Taylor ran for 64 yards in his NFL debut, and the Arizona Cardinals exposed several trouble sp... Full story


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