Appeal to quit tobacco use
To the editor:
CASPIAN—Local attorney Don Powell will now represent Caspian as its legal counsel after being hired by the board at its regular March 11 meeting.
CRYSTAL FALLS—The Crystal Theatre has placed order forms for “A Gem of a Season” season tickets at the Ben Franklin store in Crystal Falls and at the Iron County Chamber of Commerce office in Iron
West Iron’s Steven Nelson gets his hand up to block a shot by Westwood’s Ryan Antilla during the Wykons’ district game at Iron Mountain March 10.
FLORENCE, Wis.— The Northwoods Geology Club will meet Wednesday, March 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Florence Visitor Center, lower level. The public is invited.
CRYSTAL FALLS—A city-owned building collapsed on the night of March 9 due to heavy snow.
IRON RIVER—The 17th annual Iron County Parenting Fair will be held on Thursday, March 19, from 1-6 p.m. at the West Iron District Library.
IRON RIVER—Registration for this summer’s Iron River SAY youth soccer league will begin this Thursday. March 19, from 1-6 p.m. during the Parenting Fair at the West Iron District Library.
LANSING—The DNR announced it is seeking input from anglers who fish for inland trout in Michigan.
IRON RIVER—Planning for the opening of the Northern Lights Grocery Co-op is still underway, as its board members continue to seek the suggestions of the community.
During the Kids on the Block skit “Do it Again, Jimmy,” Ellen Jane, played by Phylisha Sheldon, learned about emotionally impaired Jimmy Randolph’s (Tristan Nelson) positive behavior sign.
That red, white and green flag flew proudly July 7 at Runkle Lake Park after the Italians scored five runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to pull out a 19-18 victory in the annual Wop-Swede softba