IRON RIVER—The year 2019 was quite a year for weather in Iron County. Now that all the data is in, added, averaged and compared, the numbers confirm what most of us suspected for a long time.
AMASA—Modern-day troubadour Mark Dvorak will perform at the Second Sunday Folk Dance at the Fortune Lake Camp in Crystal Falls on Sunday, Jan. 12.
GLADSTONE—Hiawatha National Forest, USDA Forest Service’s (USFS) Northern Research Station (NRS) and University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point are launching an environmental DNA (eDNA) sampling project
IRON MOUNTAIN — The Michigan State Police Iron Mountain Post reported a fatal fire in Sagola Township on Dec. 29.
CRYSTAL FALLS — Mike Ausema, National Park Service ranger on Isle Royale, will be the guest speaker at a senior day event on Monday, Jan. 13, at Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp.
CRYSTAL FALLS — The Iron County Board of Commissioners passed the proposed the 2020 All Fund Budget during a special meeting on the morning of Dec. 19.
CRYSTAL FALLS — The Crystal Falls District Community Library will hold “Global Explorer” story hours at 11 a.m. on the first Saturday of each month from January through May.
CRYSTAL FALLS—After a slow start to the season, the Forest Park girls basketball team will head into the new year on a high.
CRYSTAL FALLS — A 30-year-old Florence, Wisconsin woman, formerly of Iron River, was sentenced to prison for delivery of methamphetamine at a hearing in Iron County Trial Court on Dec. 23.
IRON RIVER — Movies return to the Windsor Center with four features in January.
On Jan. 4, the 1 p.m. movie will be “Abominable” and the 7 p.m. feature will be “Ad Astra.”
West Iron’s Anna Malmquist makes her move to the net in action against Hancock last week. Teammates nearby are Livea Mazurek (13) and Emily Nelson (25). The Wykons won the game 50-42.