IRON RIVER— The West Iron County class of 2018 is calling itself the 50th graduating Wykon class and is planning to sell merchandise declaring that message.
IRON RIVER—The Reino Unit 21 Auxiliary will hold its annual yard sale from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Iron Range Snowmobile Club on Maple Street in Iron River.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Forest Park’s volleyball team picked up a pair of Skyline Central Conference wins last week, earning 3-0 triumphs at home against North Central and at new Skyline Central member Norwa
CRYSTAL FALLS – The John E. Force Forestry Education Fund announced it awarded grant funds to four projects in the 2017 fall grant cycle.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Pending an appeal, the saga of Alfred Saario’s murder trial is now over.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Area quilters, crafters and artists will be showcased Saturday, Oct. 7, at Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp’s Fall Fest, featuring a quilt and fine art auction.
IRON RIVER—There’s always a paradox when a team finishes second in a battle for a title. On one hand, there’s the knowledge that the group was nearly good enough to be champions.
CRYSTAL FALLS—“It could have gone either way—really.”
Researchers working on the Upper Peninsula predator-prey study examine a bear cub found in a den with its mother and two siblings in February 2017 in Houghton County. (Michigan DNR photo)
CRYSTAL FALLS—The trial of a former Iron River massage therapist accused of criminal sexual conduct and practicing without a license has been moved back to December after a motions hearing on Sept.