CRYSTAL FALLS—The trial dates for an Alpha man accused of making a terrorist threat have been set.
IRON RIVER—Six of the 14 West Iron County Business Professionals of America Club students that took part in the regional competition qualified for the state competition in Grand Rapids.
KINGSFORD—Playing against the Kingsford girls basketball team often becomes a war of attrition.
By BRIAN ROELL
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
BEECHWOOD—The niece of a local resident is a member of the U.S. women’s curling team that will be competing in the Winter Olympics this month in PyeongChang, South Korea.
AMASA—U.P. fiddler and step dancer Carrie Dlutkowski will present a special concert on Sunday, Feb. 11, at the Second Sunday Folk Dance.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Forest Park’s girls took their act on the road last week, winning a 44-40 thriller at Carney-Nadeau on Jan.
MARQUETTE—The Michigan DNR has announced a March 1 deadline to apply for a total of $100,000 in deer habitat improvement grant funding in the Upper Peninsula.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Pending an appeal, the prolonged case against former massage therapist Joseph E. Rankin has ended.
IRON RIVER— The local group of rubber stamp/scrap artists will meet at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 1, in the J. Patrick White Conference Room at the West Iron District Library.
CRYSTAL FALLS—In a game of rallies, Forest Park’s fourth quarter surge proved decisive, earning the Lady Trojans a 52-45 nonconference win over Iron Mountain Jan.
Once known as George Young Recreational Complex, Young’s is in the early stages of an ambitious project that aims to make the resort a “world-class regional destination.”
ESCANABA—For 31½ minutes of their Class C regional semifinal, two of the top girls basketball teams in the Upper Peninsula staged an epic battle, each landing blows and each fighting off others.