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HURLEY – The Hurley School District is in the process of coming up with a new mascot for the 2019 – 2020 school year. We are looking for ideas from anyone. Students, community members, and the general public are all invited to complete the survey link. The survey link can also be found on our […]

HURLEY / MERCER – Iron County District Attorney Matthew J. Tingstad has filed felony charges Friday against a number of current and former Mercer School Board Members. Current School board member Michele (Micki) Holmstrom, former school board member Deanna Pierpont and current school board president Noel Brandt, have all been charged with two counts of […]

WAKEFIELD – Early season road work is underway on the approach of newly built Jackson Creek Bridge on M-28 between Wakefield and Bergland. Michigan Department of Transportation spokesman Dan Weingarten said some of the pavement on the bridge’s west approach needed to be repaired after it deteriorated over the winter. Last summer delays in building […]

IRONWOOD – River Valley Bank in Ironwood and River Valley Bank Branches will be changing their name this summer. The new name will be Incredible Bank. According to River Valley Bank management, it’s meant to reflect the banks core values and company mission, culture and philosophy. There is no change in ownership or management, and […]

HURLEY — The canvass for Iron County’s Tuesday election is scheduled for 9am this Monday. The canvass involves going through the election tally sheets for the various communities and confirming the paper and electronic ballot totals match what was reported on election night including the two state judicial races.

LANSING, Mich. – Raising public awareness about sexual assault, and educating communities about how to prevent it, are the center of the national campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has proclaimed April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Michigan, joining advocates and communities across our state in playing an active role to […]

MADISON, WI — A Red Cliff man will serve more than a decade in prison for distributing meth in the area. 39 year old Tyrone Butterfield, pleaded guilty and was sentenced on Wednesday. He will serve 14 years in federal prison. Court documents say Butterfield distributed about 680 grams of meth, which the judge described […]

LAC DU FLAMBEAU – The Vilas County Sheriffs Office, along with Lac du Flambeau Fire Department and several surrounding Fire Departments were on the scene of a fire at Placid Manufacturing in Lac Du Flambeau late Wednesday night into Early yesterday morning. When fire crews arrived they found the manufacturing plant fully engulfed in flames. […]

[VERBATIM: Scott Salmi will be in jail for at least eight years for his guilty plea to possessing and selling methamphetamine. Police say that in March of last year Salmi received the drug in the mail at the restaurant he worked at. A second charge resulted in August while Salmi was out on bond and […]

[VERBATIM: City officials say the $50,000 Michigan Rural Community Demolition Grant will go toward removing a collapsed building on Ayer Street. The building’s owner agreed to deed the property to the city so the grant funds can be applied to the clean-up. The next step in the process is to get bids for the demolition […]

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