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ICORE gets foundation grant for trail effort

HURLEY — The Gogebic Range Health Foundation recently awarded Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts a $20,000 grant to help develop local non-motorized trails in the area.

The money will help the group make improvements to the trailhead between the Montreal River and 2nd Avenue/U.S. 51 in Hurley. It will also help extend the non-motorized trail from the trailhead toward Hurley’s Cary Park and the city of Montreal.

“We are very grateful to the Gogebic Range Health Foundation for supporting this project. The funds will allow major improvements to the Hurley Trailhead this year and...