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Siblings killed after crashing plane in Wisconsin

MARENGO, Wis. (AP) - Two people have died after their small plane crashed into a house in a tiny, northern Wisconsin town, they were a brother and sister known by the homeowners. The single-engine plane went down Saturday afternoon in the Ashland County community of Marengo, Wisconsin. Sheriff’s officials identified...
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Roy Charles Brunelle

BESSEMER, Mich. - In God's perfect time and with family at his side, Roy Charles Brunelle, 66, of Bessemer, peacefully left this world to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021. Roy was born on Oct. 25, 1954, in Wakefield, a son of Robert Leon "Brute" and Mary...
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Brother, sister killed when plane crashes in Ashland County

The brother and sister who died when their small plane crashed into a house in Ashland County were known to the homeowners. The single-engine plane went down Saturday afternoon in Marengo. The sheriff's office says 29-year-old Aaron Mika and his 21-year-old sister, Aleah Mika died at the scene. The homeowners...
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2 Siblings Killed After Small Plane Crashes Next To Northwest Wisconsin Home

MARENGO, Wis. (WCCO/AP) — Authorities say two people died when a single-engine plane nearly crashed into a home in northeastern Wisconsin. The Ashland County Sheriff’s Office received numerous 911 calls about 2:40 p.m. Saturday with reports of the crash in the town of Marengo, located about 80 miles from Duluth, Minnesota. No one on the ground was hurt, authorities said.
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Two killed when plane crashes into Wisconsin house, homeowners knew the victims

MARENGO, Wis. (AP) — Two people who died when their small plane crashed into a house in a tiny, northern Wisconsin town were known to the homeowners, who escaped injury. The single-engine plane went down Saturday afternoon in the Ashland County community of Marengo, home to about 400 residents, located about 80 miles from Duluth, Minnesota.
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Tyler Forks Community Forest

In October, red leaves floating to the ground are about the only sound at Tyler Forks Community Forest, located thirty minutes south of campus. The 590-acre forest was purchased by Landmark Conservancy in 2019 and has become an additional outdoor classroom and recreational area for students and the general public. In the last two years, professors and students have been conducting research, clearing trails, and learning at this amazing space.
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Dorothy Catherine Berg

ASHLAND, Wis. - Dorothy Catherine Berg, 96, of Saxon, passed away on Oct. 13, 2021, at Ashland Health Services with her family and beloved dog at her side. She was born on Oct. 26, 1924, in Ironwood, Michigan, the daughter of Joseph and Ella (Lamerand) Zuchowski. She attended both grade school and high school in Saxon. She was a housekeeper in Ironwood, Bert's Camp in Land O'Lakes, and in Green Bay, where she also mended socks for Packer players.
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Roy Charles Brunelle

BESSEMER, Mich. - Roy Charles Brunelle, 66, of Bessemer, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021. The family will greet relatives and friends on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m., at All Saints Lutheran Church, 1202 Putnam St., in Wakefield, with the honor guard beginning at 10:15 a.m. A...
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Wakefield City Council affected by COVID

Wakefield — The Wakefield City Council met quorum for its regular meeting on Monday night thanks to technological advances, after two members came down with COVID-19. Kay Wiita was the only member to attend in person. It was her final meeting, as she is not running for re-election in the Nov. 2 election.
WAKEFIELD, MI
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Hurley School tweaks pandemic policy

Hurley — A slight policy change will allow Hurley students who test negative following a COVID-19 exposure to return to school sooner. The Hurley K-12 School Board of Education on Monday approved a change to the current close contact policy that requires a student with a close contact to wear a face covering for nine days instead of the previously required 14 days as long as they test negative after day five and do not have symptoms for COVID-19. The student could return to school on day eight but would be required to wear a face covering for days eight and nine.
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