CASPIAN—Citing safety as one of the main concerns, Caspian Mayor Mark Stauber said the Caspian-Gaastra Fire Authority has declined a proposal by the West Iron County Fire Board to consolidate.
IRON RIVER—The documentary, “Iron River – Mining the American Dream,” will be shown at the Windsor Center at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Forest Park added two more trophies last week when both its junior high boys basketball teams won the B bracket championships in the post-season tournament.
CRYSTAL FALLS—The status of two criminal cases against former massage therapist Joseph Rankin Jr. have been cast in doubt after a hearing to quash the bind overs in Iron County Trial Court on Dec.
CRYSTAL FALLS—The “Foundation in Support of the Iron County Medical Care Facility” is a public nonprofit tax entity, which works closely with the Iron County Medical Care Facility in identifying pr
CRYSTAL FALLS—Maybe they started practice later than anyone else, but going into its holiday break the Forest Park girls basketball team is looking really strong.
IRON RIVER—In truth, the relationship between former Iron River Police Chief Laura Frizzo and City Manager David Thayer showed ominous signs almost from the beginning.
The spirit of the Christmas season took center stage at the Windsor Center with four holiday events in December – the West Iron County elementary students’ annual holiday program, the West Iron Cou
CRYSTAL FALLS—Last week was one for Forest Park’s boys basketball to put behind it. As quickly as possible.
What else can you say about a week when you play two games and lose three?