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UPPER MICHIGAN – Local Haze May Be Due to Fire in Northern Part of Michigan. Some haze and smoke may continue over the U.P. this morning. The 3000-acre fire located just southeast of Grayling in the northern part of the state is to blame. The source of the fire, which started Saturday, was a campfire […]

LAC DU FLAMBEAU – The U.S. Government is now suing the Town of Lac Du Flambeau over the easement dispute that has been ongoing in the area. The lawsuit was filed this week in the Western Wisconsin District Court.  Court documents say that the town had gained Right of Way for the four Lac Du […]

WAKEFIELD – Vouchers Available Solid Waste Disposal in Wakefield. The City of Wakefield will be offering vouchers for the 2023 Community Spring Cleanup. Residents who have a utility account and pay for garbage services are eligible for one $25 voucher. Vouchers will be available at the City’s Municipal Building on Thursday, June 1, 2023, through […]

MINOCQUA– Two boys are facing charges in a case related to a threat found in the bathroom at Lakeland Union High School.  The threatening graffiti was found Tuesday and forced the closure of the school Wednesday to keep students safe and give police a chance to investigate. yesterday police said two underage boys were identified […]

MICH. / WISC. – Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin has introduced a new bill to delist the gray wolf population in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  The Northern Great Lakes Wolf Recovery Act would create an advisory committee comprised of agriculture representatives, Native and Tribal communities, heads of impacted state agencies, and wolf management experts […]

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has raised the gay pride flag over the Wisconsin Capitol in a sign of support for the LGBTQ+ community amid attacks from conservative lawmakers across the country. The flag went up during a ceremony Thursday and will fly throughout June.

IRONWOOD – The Ironwood City-Wide Rummage is going on today, tomorrow and Sunday. A printed listing is available here at the Depot office. Twenty-four registrants a full list of sale items and addresses on the Chamber website www.ironwoodchamber.org/city-wide-rummage-sale.

IRONWOOD – First Friday in Downtown Ironwood tonight.  There’s a free concert tonight at the Downtown City Square from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Vendors and Farmers Market will take place from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Downtown businesses are open late with many providing supporting entertainment, specials, art, or other exciting things. Pocket Park pop […]

LAC DU FLAMBEAU – Legal troubles for the town of Lac du Flambeau continue as the U.S. Department of Justice has filed suit against the town as the dispute between the town and the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians continues. The suit has been filed to to protect land that the […]

IRONWOOD – The Gogebic Community College Board of Trustees approved the Mt. Zion expansion project at their regular monthly meeting.  The proposal includes a 7,500 sq foot two-story multi-purpose building for year-round use.  The main floor would be used for the operation of the ski hill to include the rental ship, lift ticket office, rental […]