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WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING

A winter storm will impact the Northland Wednesday morning into Wednesday night. Snowfall amounts of 4 to 7 inches will be possible across northwest Wisconsin with 2 to 6 inches across much of northeast Minnesota. Locally heavier amounts will be possible along the Lake Superior shore from Silver Bay to Ashland. This snowfall will lead […]

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Police coverage is about to change significantly for the residents of Watersmeet and Watersmeet Township.

WATERSMEET, Mich.  – Police coverage is about to change significantly for the residents of Watersmeet and Watersmeet Township. New decisions by Watersmeet leadership have forced out the longstanding 24/7 coverage of the area by the Lac Vieux Desert Tribal Police with the intent to stand up a small, one to three officer, municipal police force.  […]

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The Hurley School Board is moving forward with changing its mascot

HURLEY – The Hurley School Board is moving forward with changing the name of its mascot.  At last night’s school board meeting the board acknowledged mistakes were made in the process, but voted again yesterday to proceed with plans to change the name.  School Board President Joe Simonich  explained the process began with a desire […]

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Marensico Township questions how to manage a recreational marijuana business

Board members voted Jan. 28 to consider opting into such business. And, have since discussed how many issues they might need to address, including what fees to charge applicants, and in what areas of business such as growing, processing, testing, and sales would be allowed. A draft of the preliminary ordinance is in process, and […]

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Marenisco files an appeal

MARENSICO – Also at last nights Marensico Township meeting County Supervisor Richard Bouvette reported that Marenisco filed an appeal on Feb. 7 with the state court of appeals in relation to a lower court’s ruling against Marenisco’s attempt to sue the Michigan Department of Corrections for closing Ojibway Correctional Facility at the end of last […]

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Two women died after a car crash on Highway 45 in Oneida County

ONEIDA CO. – Two women died after a car crash on Highway 45 in Oneida Co. on Monday evening.   The crash happened just before 5 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 45 and Hiles Junction Road, between Monico and Three Lakes.   The Oneida Co. Sheriff’s Capt. Tyler Young said after a preliminary investigation, it appears […]

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Michigan’s gas prices continue to rise…

Triple-A Michigan says the average for regular to start the week is two-dollars 37-cents a gallon, up eight-cents from a week ago and just eight-cents under what we paid at this time last year. The price is higher than the national average by six-cents. Drivers in Marquette are paying the most at two-41, while fuel […]

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Who is Jeff Rosen, the new pick for deputy attorney general?

President Donald Trump announced his intent to nominate Jeff Rosen to be deputy attorney general. He would replace Rod Rosenstein, who told colleagues he plans to leave.

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Former ISIS bride who went to Syria says she ‘interpreted everything very wrong’

Hoda Muthana left ISIS with her 18-month-old son and is hoping to be brought back to the U.S. and her family.

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Park advocates score major victory to stop construction of Obama Presidential Center

A judge’s decision will likely postpone the construction of the Barack Obama Presidential Center in Chicago.

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Detroit Council rejects car stunt due to Confederate flag

Some of the participating vehicles have carried Confederate imagery.

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Students can skip Pledge of Allegiance, school district says

Teen sued, saying her teacher shamed her and other students for opting out.

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Keystone restarts pipeline after repairing Missouri leak

A segment of the Keystone pipeline was shut down in early February.

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Lawmakers seek probe of ICE force-feeding of immigrants

Reporting found ICE was force-feeding immigrant detainees on a hunger strike.

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