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‘Art for All’ show returns to Dickinson County

IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WLUC) - Tents are going up and art is on display ahead of Saturday’s “Art for All” show in Iron Mountain. This is the 55th year artists have gathered to sell their work. “Our artists are from Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois. A lot of...
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FIRST ALERT EXCLUSIVE: Explosion survivors want other homeowners to take action

NIAGARA, Wis. (WBAY) - “By the grace of God.” That’s how Joe and Debi Henrichs say they survived their mobile home explosion in the town of Niagara back in April. Now they’re sharing their remarkable story of survival -- with a purpose, a call to action to homeowners everywhere to protect themselves with one simple device.
NIAGARA, WI
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Ben Franklin ribbon cutting

Pictured, from left, are Mark Bromley (Managing Director, Iron County Economic Chamber Alliance), Gerard Valesano (City Manager, City of Crystal Falls), Louisa Kniivila (Office/RV Park Manager, ICECA), Tara Peltoma (City Clerk/Treasurer, City of Crystal Falls), Nikki Herbert (Trustee, ICECA), Ella Gasperich, Stacy Gasperich (Owner/Operator, Ben Franklin), Jason Gasperich (Owner/Operator, Ben Franklin), Matthew Gasperich, Mike Bjork (Trustee, ICECA), Zach Hautala (Chamber Director, ICECA). (submitted photo)
CRYSTAL FALLS, MI
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County denies pay for Juneteenth

By Allison Joy CRYSTAL FALLS — At its June 14 general meeting, the Iron County Board of Commissioners voted against paying trial court employees who did not work on June 20 in acknowledgment of Juneteenth as both a state and federal holiday. Earlier this month, the Michigan State Supreme Court added Juneteenth to its official list of paid holidays specified in court rules. This follows the…
IRON COUNTY, MI
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FIRST ALERT EXCLUSIVE: Niagara explosion survivors want "call to action"

As the wind turns to the southwest Thursday, the heat will crank back up and the humidity will gradually return. A tornado touched down in the northern Wisconsin community. The tight job market could affect your child's summer fun. FIRST ALERT EXCLUSIVE: Explosion survivors urge homeowners to get gas alarm.
NIAGARA, WI
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WIC Class of 1977 to hold 45th reunion

IRON RIVER — The class of 1977 is planning to hold its 45th Class Reunion on July 2 at 6 p.m. at the Stambaugh Legion. Riverside pizzas will be ordered and cost for the night is dependent upon number of attendees. A cash bar will be available. Donations of...
IRON RIVER, MI
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Veteran program leaders meet during conference to discuss veteran needs

KINGSFORD, Mich. (WLUC) - Leaders of programs for veterans are looking for ways to better address the needs of those who served. 75 veteran program leaders met virtually and in-person for the U.P. Veteran Community Action Team’s convention in Kingsford Wednesday. Presenters from local and state groups discussed how they can help veterans.
KINGSFORD, MI
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Bay College Honors Norkoli As Outstanding Educator

Bay College honors Evelyn Norkoli, full-time Nursing instructor, as one of its recipients of the Outstanding Educator Award sponsored by the Don Johnson Agency/MEEMIC Insurance. To receive consideration for the award, faculty were nominated by a colleague, student, or someone from the community. The primary focus of this award is...
ESCANABA, MI
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Summer reading kick off makes a splash at WIDL

IRON RIVER —The West Iron District Library dove into its annual Summer Reading Program with the theme of “Oceans of Possibilities” on Tuesday, June 14. The kick-off was a success, with over 100 readers registered on the first day. The new Teen Summer Reading Program was a big hit with the older youth readers excited to jump into books for the summer.
IRON RIVER, MI
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Ocean Trivia Night and more at CFDCL

CRYSTAL FALLS — The Crystal Falls District Community Library will host its first Family Night Event on Thursday, June 23 at 6:00 p.m. The theme will be an Ocean Trivia Night where patrons will learn and share how much they know about the ocean. There will be prizes and some ocean-themed foods and beverages. All are welcome to attend--individuals and families!
CRYSTAL FALLS, MI
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Chenier’s Greenhouse Expands Into Dickinson County

Chenier’s Greenhouse celebrated their addition of a second location, 801 US-2 in Norway by hosting a ribbon cutting. Chenier’s Greenhouse is a local family business that started in 1976 in Gladstone. Two years ago, they made the decision to expand by purchasing a second retail location in Norway,...
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Friends of WIDL

IRON RIVER — In conjunction with the 2022 Rodeo festivities, the Friends of the West Iron District Library will hold its annual used book sale and bake sale. Both events will take place during Market Day on Friday, July 8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The book sale will be held outside in front of the library with the bake sale being held inside the library. Donations of gently used books in fair to good…
IRON COUNTY, MI
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Buddha Bean Coffee Co. opens in Crystal Falls

CRYSTAL FALLS, Mich. (WLUC) - Buddha Bean Coffee Co. is now open in Crystal Falls. Owner Kimberly Spigarelli has worked on renovations since early April. Now, it is complete and open to the community. Spigarelli says the coffee shop is the only store in Crystal Falls that features a drive-thru window. The Iron County Economic Chamber Alliance awarded Spigarelli $2,500 as part of its Fast-Track grant program.
CRYSTAL FALLS, MI
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