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Ironwood looks to more normal graduation

By RICHARD JENKINS [email protected] IRONWOOD — The Ironwood Area Schools has begun the preparation for this year’s graduation festivities, with the district’s board of education approving the list of graduates Monday. The list...

 

Wakefield works to mend fencing ordinance

By P.J. GLISSON [email protected] WAKEFIELD — At a special meeting on Friday evening, the Wakefield Planning Commission voted to send a revised version of the city’s fencing ordinance to the Wakefield City Council. “This is for all new...

 

Sewer, water projects begin

By TOM LAVENTURE [email protected] IRONWOOD - The first of several major summer sewer and water projects are underway in Ironwood. Contractors with Jake's Excavation started setting up...

 

Bessemer students can receive vaccine at WUPHD

By CHARITY SMITH [email protected] BESSEMER — As those 16 years old and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, the Western Upper Peninsula Heath Department has reached out to all the school districts in the county, gauging...

 

Masks make live concerts possible

By TOM LAVENTURE [email protected] HURLEY - Live music performances are possible once again, thanks in a big way to special masks for the musicians and also their instruments. Members of t...

 

Wakefield city starts tours of garage sites

By P.J. GLISSON [email protected] WAKEFIELD - Wakefield City officials conducted the first of four public tours of current and pending sites for the Department of Public Works on Wednesday...

 

Dog rescued from manhole

By CHARITY SMITH [email protected] HURLEY - A rescue effort that included the help of the Hurley Police and Public Works departments successfully retrieved a dog that had fallen into a...

 

Tours of city garage sites start today in Wakefield

By P.J. GLISSON [email protected] WAKEFIELD - City Manager Robert Brown, Jr. announced on Monday evening that tours of Wakefield city garage sites will begin today at 5 p.m. While presenting a r...

 

Montreal trails to get new trail markers

by MEGAN HUGHES [email protected] PENCE, Wis. - The Penokee Rangers gathered Saturday morning for an important task, preparing trail markers for the summertime. The markers, which are...

 

Iron County completes election canvass

By RICHARD JENKINS [email protected] HURLEY - The Iron County board of canvass met Friday to complete the canvass of local votes cast in Tuesday's election, formally certifying the results....

 
 By Tom LaVenture    News    April 8, 2021

Mercer voters approve PRAT

MERCER, Wis. - Mercer voters approved a half-cent consumer tax to help pay for roads and infrastructure costs in Tuesday's spring election. The voter approved the Premier Resort Area Tax (PRAT) with...

 

M-26 bridge work delayed, start planned for later in April

By RICHARD JENKINS [email protected] GREENLAND - The region's fickle weather can make spring a difficult time to plan construction projects in the Western Upper Peninsula, as evident by the...

 

Bessemer VFW offers drive-thru Easter event

By P.J. GLISSON [email protected] BESSEMER - For the second year in a row, VFW Post 3687 in Bessemer sponsored on Saturday a "COVID-friendly" celebration that organizers described as "an Easter...

 
 By Charity Smith    News    April 3, 2021

Slimed for a cause

BESSEMER - Students at Washington Elementary got to pour slime on Mark Switzer, the school's dean of instruction, on Thursday, as a reward for the kids' fundraising efforts in the Kids Heart...

 
 By Charity Smith    News    April 2, 2021

ADJ learns about autism

BESSEMER - Students and staff at A.D. Johnson Junior-Senior High School spent Thursday learning about autism in preparation for Autism Awareness Day today. "The theme for world wide autism is to also...

 
 By Richard Jenkins    News    March 31, 2021

Agreement reached in former fire chief's case

HURLEY — It appears the criminal case against a former chief of the Hurley Volunteer Fire Department is nearing a conclusion after a deferred prosecution agreement was accepted in the case Monday. Darrell J. Petrusha, 56, was charged with one...

 
 By P.J. Glisson    News    March 30, 2021

Wakefield ponders solution to Iron Belle extension

WAKEFIELD — Last summer, an expansion of the Iron Belle Trail linked Bessemer to Ramsay, meaning that the trail in Gogebic County now stretches from Hurley to Ramsay, with a paved trail for silent sports such as hiking and biking. A new hurdle now...

 

Roundabout among 2021 road projects in Iron County

By RICHARD JENKINS [email protected] HURLEY - The plan for this season's road work in Iron County, including the construction of the county's first roundabout, is beginning to take shape...

 

Officers honored for saving lives

By TOM LAVENTURE [email protected] IRONWOOD - Three members of the Ironwood Public Safety Department were honored on Wednesday for work in the line of duty that led to saving lives in...

 

Former IPSD director sentenced

By RICHARD JENKINS [email protected] BESSEMER - The former director of the Ironwood Public Safety Department will have to pay a fine and complete community service after being sentenced by...

 

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