IRON RIVER—Iron County Communities That Care (ICCTC) announced its community vote on risk factors the community would like to focus upon, stemming from results of youth surveys of sixth-grade stude
IRON RIVER—West Iron County fifth-grade students will present “Fifty Years of History” in a public program at the Iron County Historical Museum on Thursday, May 31, beginning at 6 p.m.
IRON RIVER—Momentum failed West Iron’s boys golf team last week, and it cost the Wykons a chance at the West Pac Conference title.
MUNISING—Pictured Rocks Days festival, hosted by the Alger County Chamber, is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, June 9-10, at Bayshore Park in downtown Munising.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Call it merit pay or call it incentive.
BEECHWOOD—On April 28, during the AMVETS Post 436 (Beechwood) “Trout Tales” breakfast, Judy Anderson of Beechwood presented a patriotic wall hanging to Post Commander Frank Jirik.
IRON RIVER—West Iron’s boys tennis team stayed unbeaten in dual matches on May 21, earning a 6-2 victory over Westwood at Nelson Field.
IRON COUNTY—It’s been a busy, hurried spring, but next Monday, May 28, Iron County pauses for a while to reflect on Memorial Day and think about the sacrifices and lives lost by county residents an
AMASA—The Amasa Historical Society will hold its 21st annual Heritage Days on May 28 in Amasa.
A flag raising commemorating hometown veterans will be held at noon.
RON RIVER—West Iron County’s boys golf team claimed first place at the annual George Young Invitational, held at the George Young Recreational Complex on May 16.
IRON RIVER—In collaboration with the West Iron District Library and the Iron County Lakes and Streams Partnership, the Iron County Watershed Coalition has invited Purdue University students to pres
The 127th Iron County Fair weekend brought smiles as friends were honored, a queen was crowned, kids and adults gathered for games, rides and music, and 4-H members displayed their accomplishments.