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Apple Blossom Apartments’ tour showcases old to new
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 10:02 AM

Tours were given at the Apple Blossom Apartments on March 10 by MTH Management personnel Vikki Hentemann (front left), Elizabeth Chilson (front right) and Jeanne Bonetti (back center). Wolverine Building Group project supervisor Todd Tarsi (back left) was on hand to answer questions. Visiting the complex was Dr. Kirk Schott (back right), district representative for Sen. Tom Casperson.
IRON RIVER—    A big building, big project and big changes are evident as the Central School building has been transformed into the Apple Blossom Apartments. - More photos in Photo Gallery

Lady Trojans make date with history PDF Print E-mail
Friday, March 14, 2014 9:44 AM

EAST LANSING— The Forest Park Lady Trojans advanced to the Class D state championship game with a 49-33 victory over Athens in the state semifinals Thursday at the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State University. The top-ranked Lady Trojans will take their 26-0 record into the finals where they will face unranked Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart (21-5) on Saturday at 9 a.m. (CST). Forest Park is seeking its first girls basketball state championship in school history. Iron County Reporter’s Sports Editor Peter Nocerini will be on hand covering the action.
The game will be televised on Fox Sports Detroit.

Gussert’s star shines for all to see
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 11:25 AM

After the game, Lexi makes time to pose with some young fans and autographs a souvenir ball for other well-wishers.
CRYSTAL FALLS— The signs were there early, like when Lexi Gussert was a toddler.
After the future Forest Park star had learned to walk, her grandmother gave her a doll and a stroller. Gussert took a look at the stroller and thought she’d keep that. But the doll, well, not interested.
So little Lexi chucked the doll and grabbed a basketball, put it in the stroller and began walking the ball around.
So began Gussert’s path to glory.

Road Commission Temp summer help approved
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 11:25 AM

IRON RIVER—After discussing the idea over the last several months, the Iron County Road Commission voted during its Feb. 18 regular meeting to try using summer temporary workers this year.

FP looking into new energy audit
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 11:24 AM

CRYSTAL FALLS—Plans for a possible new energy audit were discussed during the Forest Park School Board’s Feb. 24 regular meeting.

BAH slated for March 20
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 11:24 AM

CRYSTAL FALLS—The Iron County Chamber of Commerce is announcing the next Business after Hours, set for March 20.

Baumgartner returns home
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 10:13 AM

Nick Baumgartner is glad to be back home after taking part in the Winter Olympics at Sochi, Russia, last month.
IRON RIVER—On a dark, country highway, one of the world’s top athletes is driving home, alone. It’s after midnight and he’s been through a lot.
In the last two days Nick Baumgartner has seen his dream of an Olympic medal vanish, he’s felt the self-imposed burden of expectations crush down on his spirit. and he’s toiled through an exhausting 25-hour journey from Russia to Germany to Chicago and to Green Bay, watching one movie after another to pass the time.

WIC board approves access project
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 10:13 AM

IRON RIVER—Regardless of the weather, it’s time to plan ahead for summer and the next school year. During its Feb. 17 regular meeting, West Iron County’s School Board moved ahead with plans to improve traffic patterns for parents and school bus drivers alike.

Road Board worried about marathon spring breakup
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 10:10 AM

IRON RIVER—We’ll say what everybody else has been thinking: This has been the winter from hell!
Incessant subzero cold. Icy winds from the northwest. A moderate snowpack that has no reason to melt. So how do you follow that?
With the spring from hell, of course!

Library millage passes easily
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 10:09 AM

IRON RIVER—Renewal of the millage for the West Iron District Library was overwhelmingly approved by voters at a special election held Feb. 26.