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Hill goes it alone at Wyatt’s Auto Repair
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 8:12 AM

IRON RIVER—For Wyatt Hill, the risk has already been taken. Now, he’s hoping and working for the reward.
Last October, Hill purchased the former Anderson Service automotive shop after owner-operator Steve Zorzin died in September. Five months later, Hill has reopened the shop, named it Wyatt’s Automotive and fired up the engine on his dream.
“When I first started the mechanic stuff and decided to go to school to learn more about it, my whole plan was to have a place of my own,” said the 28-year old Hill, who opened his full-service auto repair center during the first week of March.

 
Student Council donates LED board to West Iron
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 8:12 AM

IRON RIVER—The West Iron County school campus will have a different look starting next fall—and not just the new entryways being built this summer.

 
County getting winter road help
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 8:11 AM

IRON RIVER—Most of Iron County has finally seen the end of a severe winter. But the county’s Road Commission will be dealing with its aftermath for quite a while.

 
County Board will get new members
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 8:11 AM

CRYSTAL FALLS—There will be at least three new members of the Iron County Board of Commissioners next year.
The deadline for filing for partisan office in the 2014 election arrived April 22, with only two of the current commissioners filing for new two-year terms.

 
Student’s essay earns gift for West Iron HS library
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 10:17 AM

West Iron eighth-grader Steven Nelson shows what James Balog wrote in a book recently sent to the high school library.
By Peter Nocerini
IRON RIVER—Recently, West Iron County eighth grader Steven Nelson was asked to report to the high school library.
A new book had arrived that he would be interested in.

 
Council, citizens frustrated over roads, blight
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 10:16 AM

IRON RIVER—City residents attending the City Council’s April 16 board meeting had the same concerns as the council members themselves: the condition of some of the city’s roads and buildings.  

 
Grim revenue news forces hiring freeze
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 10:16 AM

CRYSTAL FALLS—The financial news coming out of the regular monthly meeting of the Iron County Board of Commissioners held on April 8 was unpleasant to hear.

 
‘Let-run’ expires in areas
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 10:16 AM

IRON COUNTY—Stambaugh Township has announced the end of its winter let-runs, effective Wednesday, April 30. Stambaugh Township will no longer discount water bills for winter let-runs after that date.
Also, the let-run for Crystal Falls Township water customers expired on Wednesday, April 16 at 9 a.m. For any concerns, call 875-3290.
This does not include the city of Crystal Falls.

 
Road Commission focuses on four-day week, Fridays
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 11:16 AM

IRON RIVER—What is a better way to plan a 40-hour work week? Five eight-hour days or four 10-hour days?
The debate was renewed during the Iron County Road Commission’s April 8 regular meeting.

 
Robbie Ivey takes new role as MDA goodwill ambassador
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 11:10 AM

Friends surround Robbie Ivey after he was named ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during an assembly at West Iron County High School last week. Front row, from left, are his sister, Maggie Ivey; Robbie; and his mother, Carrie Ivey. Back row: Joe Frisque, Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District; Dave Painter, DNR conservation officer; Jaci Baumgartner, Robbie’s godmother; Dawn Ver Haagh, executive director, Green Bay MDA office; Michael Ivey, cousin and Key Club president; Krist Atanasoff, Krist Oil Co. vice president; Rick Angeli, Krist Oil Co. retail operations manager; Rhonda Colberg, Dickinson-Iron ISD; and Sarah Burns, health care services coordinator, Green Bay MDA office.
IRON RIVER—Anyone who knows Robbie Ivey knows he is ready for anything, smart as a tack, highly motivated and not afraid of any challenge.
Been there, done that. What’s next?

 
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