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  • Pantti, Gladiator girls win Ironwood invite

    May 16, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] IRONWOOD --- The Ontonagon girls won the large Ironwood golf invite Wednesday, May 8 at Gogebic Country Club. The Gladiators’ Madyson Pantti earned medalist honors with a score of 108. She led the Gladiators to a team title with Drummond finishing second. Pantti finished fourth at U.P. Finals last year and the junior is having a strong season as Ontonagon’s top golfer with the graduation of last year’s U.P. champion, Emmy Bobula. “She’s always been a very good golfer,” Ontonagon coach Jim Jessup said. “S...

  • Red Devils win four games, lose one

    May 9, 2024

    IRONWOOD - The Ironwood baseball team won four games Friday and Saturday before dropping one to Chequamegon to wrap up a busy period Monday. "Good weekend after coming off of five straight losses," Ironwood coach Cody Kurta said. The Red Devils beat Ewen-Trout Creek 13-6 and 20-6 Friday at Lorenson Field. Robert Roberts earned both wins on the mound for Ironwood. He struck out seven and gave up two hits and a walk in 5 1/3 innings. Ironwood's Landon Buerger was 4 for 6 with three RBIs and three...

  • Holcombe to retire from Globe

    May 2, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] IRONWOOD - The newspaper business takes you places. A triple overtime thriller. A veterans honor flight. Inside an ESPN commercial. Managing Editor Larry Holcombe is retiring this week 30 years after his start with The Globe. He began in the news department, became sports editor in the summer of 1996 and eventually returned as managing editor after a short stint doing the same job in Houghton. Holcombe worked through many changes in the industry, most of... Full story

  • Hurley rallies past Devils

    May 2, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] HURLEY --- The Hurley Northstars look forward to Olivia DiGiorgio's return. They have missed her power bat and veteran presence on the mound since she injured her leg in a loss to Mellen. But at the same time, freshman Ariel Haasch has excelled in her absence. The Northstars have won three out of four games with her on the mound, two of them big Northern Lights Conference games. In a rivalry game against Ironwood last week, she led the Northstars at the pl...

  • Pioneers beat Devils at Mercer

    Apr 18, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] MERCER, Wis. — The first two batters went out in the bottom of the first inning. Jenny Klopatek still drove in a run, herself, diving in just ahead of the throw for an inside-the-park home run. It was an exciting first run for Butternut-Mercer’s first game in Mercer since the co-op formed in the 2017 season. It set the tone for a 12-5 Pioneers’ win over Ironwood in a non-conference game Tuesday night. And it was pretty fitting how the first inning went. The two batters who went out were from Butte...

  • Gordon, Ruotsala, Cole named to All-UP Second Team

    Jason Juno|Apr 4, 2024

    MARQUETTE --- Ewen-Trout Creek’s super scorer, the leader of Wakefield-Marenisco’s district championship team and Ironwood’s floor leader were named to the All-U.P. Division 4 Second Team at Monday’s meeting of the Upper Peninsula Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. Ewen-Trout Creek’s Austin Gordon, Ironwood’s Axton Ruotsala and Wakefield-Marenisco’s Carter Cole joined nine other top players on the Second Team. Gordon, a 5-11 junior, made the list for the second straight year. His 24.1 point per game scoring average ranked second in th...

  • Spring Snow

    Mar 28, 2024

  • Muk UP ski race draws competitors of all ages

    Mar 14, 2024

    By P.J. GLISSON [email protected] BESSEMER TOWNSHIP - This year's mild winter resulted with more grass than snow on Saturday, but skiers still threw plenty of powder as they competed in the annual Muk UP at Black River Basin. Snowmaking at the Snowriver Mountain Resort site made it possible for the fundraising event for Team Z to proceed as usual with a crowd of supportive spectators at the bottom of the hill. "The snow is great here right now," said Dan Tregembo, director of Team Z, a...

  • Ironwood defeats Speedgirls in district semifinal

    Mar 14, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] IRONWOOD --- Ironwood came out ready to defend its home court in last week's MHSAA Division 4 District 97 semifinal. They dominated from the start and beat Bessemer 68-37. "They were tournament ready tonight," Ironwood coach Jesse Mackey said. "Every girl was locked in and ready to go." The Red Devils played well on both ends of the court. They attacked offensively from the start, getting to the foul line six times and taking a 24-8 lead after the first qu...

  • Cardinals end district drought

    Mar 7, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] EWEN --- The last time Wakefield won a district championship in boys basketball, the president was George Bush. The first one. The Cardinals ended a drought dating back to 1992, when consolidation with Marenisco was still more than a decade away, with a 41-37 MHSAA Division 4 District 97 championship win over Ironwood Friday night. "That's 32 years we've been waiting for this," W-M coach Pat Libertoski said. "Thirty-two years, man - finally, finally. I'm...

  • Devils outlast host Panthers for semi win

    Mar 7, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] EWEN --- Ironwood went into last year's district tournament as the favorite. They had just three losses in the regular season and they were the home team. This year was different. Ewen-Trout Creek was the home team and the Panthers defeated the Red Devils not too long ago as a part of their 10-game winning streak that moved them into the favorite status. "There's not as much pressure," Ironwood coach Adam Mackey said. "Obviously at home, you feel that...

  • Devils survive Speedboys in districts

    Feb 29, 2024

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] EWEN --- Ironwood beat Bessemer by double figures in both of its regular-season matchups. The tournament matchup, of course, turned out to be more difficult. But the Red Devils survived for a 47-44 win in Monday night’s MHSAA Division 4 District 97 opener. “Anytime you’re playing in the playoffs, anytime you’re playing against a rival, anything can happen and tonight it was a close game throughout,” Ironwood coach Adam Mackey said. “I’m proud of the guys the way they played, Bessemer, coach (Richard) Mat...

  • Michael Thomas Wasley

    Oct 13, 2022

    BILLINGS, Mont. - Michael Thomas "Mike" "Waz" Wasley, of Billings, Montana, passed away on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022, at the age of 34. Michael was born in Ashland, Wisconsin, on Aug. 19, 1988, to Jeffrey and Debra Wasley of Ironwood, Michigan. He went to Newport and Norrie Elementary Schools and was a graduate of Luther L. Wright High School with the class of 2007, where he was a standout athlete. He attended Vermilion College in Ely, Minnesota, where he played football and was selected as a... Full story

  • Ironwood Schools approve 2022-2023 calendar

    May 18, 2022

    By ZACHARY MARANO [email protected] IRONWOOD — Students at Luther L. Wright K-12 School will have a somewhat different academic year when they return from summer break in August. The Ironwood Board of Education approved the 2022-2023 school calendar at their regular meeting on Monday. Superintendent Travis Powell said this calendar has two notable differences compared to previous ones. Powell said that one difference is that the first semester ends before, not after, winter break, ending on Dec. 21 this year rather than sometime in Jan...

  • Basketball

    Jan 15, 2022

  • Luther L. Wright celebrates homecoming

    Oct 12, 2021

    By ZACHARY MARANO [email protected] IRONWOOD - Students from Luther L. Wright High School in Ironwood celebrated homecoming on Friday with a parade through downtown Ironwood, a football game and a homecoming dance for grades nine through 12. The parade was led by the school marching band and included floats for the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes, as well as one with the homecoming court. The parade started near the Ironwood Public Safety Department and went through...

  • Leslie Edwin 'Les' Price

    May 27, 2021

    WEST GROVE, Pa. – Leslie Edwin "Les" Price, 92, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020, in Jennersville Hospital due to complications from COVID-19 pneumonia. Born in Eagle River, Wisconsin, on May 25, 1928, he was the youngest child of Henry William Price and Elizabeth (Williams) Price. His parents ran a tourist camp on the Wisconsin River and Les gained his lifelong love of fishing, hunting and the outdoors from growing up there. He graduated from Eagle River High School, then e... Full story

  • John Matthew Tezak

    Apr 3, 2021

    PETOSKEY, Mich. - John Matthew Tezak, 83, of Indian River, passed peacefully on March 27, 2021. He is preceded in death, by his parents Matthew "Fred" and Mary (Bolich) Tezak, his brother-in-law, Paul Garnish; and his nephew, Tom Garnish. John is survived by his wife of almost 60 years, Carole (LaFond); his three daughters, seven granddaughters and one great-granddaughter. He is also survived by his sister, Delores Garnish and family; brother, Fred and wife Marge Tezak and family; brother,... Full story

  • Leslie Edwin Price

    Jan 8, 2021

    WEST GROVE, Penn. - Leslie Edwin (Les) Price, 92, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020, in Jennersville Hospital due to complications from COVID pneumonia. Born in Eagle River, Wisconsin, on May 25, 1928, he was the youngest child of Henry William Price and Elizabeth (Williams) Price. His parents ran a tourist camp on the Wisconsin River and Les gained his lifelong love of fishing, hunting and the outdoors from growing up there. He graduated from Eagle River High School, then enl... Full story

  • David Warren 'Chief' Davis

    Sep 24, 2020

    WAUSAU, Wis. - David Warren "Chief" Davis, 63, of Ironwood, Michigan entered eternal life Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020. He was born June 23, 1957, at the U.S. Naval Hospital in San Diego, son of James A Sr. and Mildred (Cline) Davis. Chief attended elementary school in San Diego, and then moved to Ironwood with his parents and brother where he attended Ironwood Area Schools. He attended Luther L. Wright High School where he played football and graduated in 1975. He furthered his education at the... Full story

  • Joseph "Joe" Reynold Rondeau

    Jun 26, 2020

    PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. - On Father's Day, June 21, 2020, Joseph "Joe" Reynold Rondeau (age 89), loving father of eleven children passed away peacefully in his home in Port Washington with his wife Ann and family by his side. Joe was born April 19, 1931 in Ironwood, Michigan to Clement and Beatrice (Johnson) Rondeau. As a young man he was passionate about sports; in high school he played halfback for the Red Devils and enjoyed pitching for the baseball and softball teams. After high school he... Full story

  • Northstars win at Ironwood

    Jan 11, 2020

    By JASON JUNO [email protected] IRONWOOD - Halftime came at a good time for Hurley Thursday night. As much as the Hurley coaches preached that playing rival Ironwood was just another game, the players weren't sold. The Northstars 10-point lead was down to one as Ironwood turned some careless Hurley possessions into easy layups and that advantage was down to one at the half. "It was good for us to get in the locker room and let some of those young guys a chance to catch their breath,"...

  • Ironwood keeps district run going, to play Calumet in final tonight

    Jason Juno|Nov 7, 2019

    IRONWOOD - Ironwood sure has taken to heart the old mantra that regular-season records don't matter come tournament time. The 9-15 Red Devils have now won more district tournament games (two) than conference games (one) as they prepare to host a district final against Calumet tonight. Ironwood beat Iron Mountain 25-14, 18-25, 25-15, 25-16 in Wednesday night's MHSAA Division 3 District 65 semifinal. "It just goes to show a record doesn't tell you what kind of team you're coming up against," Iron...

  • The Devil's in the details

    Jun 20, 2019

    By RICHARD JENKINS [email protected] IRONWOOD — The conversation regarding the Ironwood Area Schools’ branding effort continued Tuesday as district officials held another meeting with various stakeholders. A group of approximately 20 parents, teachers, coaches and community members met at the school to continue the discussion about branding that was started with a meeting in September where the district selected the shade of red it wanted to make the district’s color going forward. Tuesday’s discussion centered on what version...

  • James P. 'Gordy' Koski

    May 21, 2019

    TOMAHAWK, Wis. - James P. "Gordy" Koski, 67, of Tomahawk, died peacefully at his home on April 29, 2019, just a week before his 68th birthday. Gordy was born to Gordon and Genevieve (Gay) Koski in Ironwood, Mich., on May 3, 1951. He played football for the Ironwood Red Devils at Luther L. Wright High School and graduated from St. Ambrose High School in Ironwood in 1969 and Gogebic Community College in 1971. On May 5, 1979, he married Arlene Sell. The majority of his working life was spent at... Full story

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