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Articles from the May 18, 2013 edition

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 By Pat Krause    Sports    May 18, 2013

From Miners to Norsemen

WAKEFIELD — Eric Lane and Caleb Winkler, of Wakefield-Marenisco High School, recently signed NJCAA National Letters of Intent and Scholarship Agreement forms to play for Mesabi Range Community and... Full story


Ambulance donated to Allied Health program

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP — The Lawrence Kutz family and Beacon Ambulance recently donated a 1998 ambulance to the Allied Health program at Gogebic Community College. Randy Forstrom, operations manager at... Full story


National Nursing Home Week a good time to thank those who care

In light of National Nursing Home Week, Gogebic Medical Care Facility would like to thank our residents, their families and our staff. Your continuing support and smiling faces truly make our facility a wonderful place for all. Heidi Brown, director... Full story


Flowers help beautify downtown

The Downtown Ironwood Development Authority is once again collecting donations for the downtown hanging flower baskets. The DIDA is thankful for the support of those who have donated in the past to help with this project. To continue this tradition,... Full story


Ken 'Teach' Sackett

ASHLAND, Wis. — Ken “Teach” Sackett, 85, of Southgate Village, Hurley, and recently Mellen Manor in Mellen, died Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at Memorial Medical Center in Ashland. Ken had come full... Full story

 By Cortney Ofstad    News    May 18, 2013

Hurley students help clean up Saxon Harbor

SAXON, Wis. — Middle and high school students from the Hurley K-12 School participated in a service learning project at Saxon Harbor Friday. Juniors and seventh-grade students helped clean up the... Full story


Highline wins award for wayside maintenance

HURLEY — Highline Corporation won the 2012 Inspector’s Award on Jan. 23 for achieving excellence in wayside maintenance for the Iron, Ashland and Vilas Counties rest areas. The award started in... Full story


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