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WUPM is now Mix 106.9! So what’s changed?
We’re still the same great station, now better than ever! We have more music than ever before and, of course, we’re live and local! With an ever larger focus on our community, we’re sure you’ll like the all new Mix 106.9!
BESSEMER – In Gogebic County Court an Ironwood Township man will serve at least 25 years in prison after he let his guilty plea to two sex crimes stand in Gogebic County Circuit Court. 47 year old Jason Elliot Irvine, originally pleaded guilty to two counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct in November involving […]
WAKEFIELD – The Wakefield city council interviewed its first candidate for the open city manager position at a special meeting Monday evening. Downstate Michigan resident Robert Brown Jr., of Belding was interviewed, with three remaining candidates, none of whom are local, being intervied at another special meeting tomorrow night at 6 p.m. The council has […]
IRONWOOD – You may have noticed construction work taking place at the Historic Ironwood Threatre in Downtown Ironwood, the threatre reports that work finished up yesterday. The work was done by both Volunteers and by David Strickland of Affiliated Artists of Milwaukee artist touched up the ceiling mural work. Strickland was one of the original […]
WASHINGTON D.C. – Representative Jack Bergman met with President Trump and Vice President Pence this afternoon to discuss the government shutdown. It is day 25 of what Bergman is calling the most avoidable shutdown in U.S History. Bergman said that workers vital to protecting the border have now missed at least one paycheck and that […]
LANSING – The first bill of the state Senate for this 2019 session deals with trying to bring down Michigan’s high auto insurance premiums. Senate Bill One, which gives people older than 62 the option of having their Medicare or other lifetime healthcare benefits cover medical costs in the event of a crash. Younger drivers […]
LANSING – There is now a shortage of medical marijuana in the state following the forced closure of more than 70 provisioning centers at the start of the year. The shortage, reached in just two weeks, is compelling state regulators to discuss a proposal today to let the 72 shops open back up temporarily while […]
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Hundreds of federal workers in Wisconsin are seeking unemployment benefits from the state as the partial federal government shutdown continues. The state Department of Workforce Development reported Tuesday that 426 unemployment claims were filed between Jan. 7 and Jan. 11. There are more than 29,000 federal workers in the state. Furloughed […]