By Jerry DeRoche
By Jerry DeRoche
FLORENCE, Wis.— Glacial Gardeners Master Gardener Association will hold a perennial plant sale on Saturday, Aug. 29, from 10 a.m.
Several offices in the Iron River City Hall building suffered extensive damage Aug. 11 when a fitting that connected the shutoff to the toilet in the women’s restroom on the third floor cracked.
CRYSTAL FALLS—In mid-May, Joshua Davis stood before the nation as a finalist in the NBC-hit reality singing competition “The Voice.” Three months later, the singer-songwriter from Traverse City sto
West Iron assistant coach Jim Kralovec keeps his linemen on their toes as they make their way past a series of blocking bags.
IRON MOUNTAIN—Grow It, Cook It, Eat It, a cooking with fresh produce series, is being offered through the Michigan State University Extension.
Thanks from Harbour House
To the editor:
The Harbour House Museum in Crystal Falls will be closing for the 2015 season at the end of August. ...
CRYSTAL FALLS—Disagreement between Crystal Falls City Council members regarding a food truck ordinance took place at the council’s regular meeting Aug. 10.
IRON RIVER— The Iron County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a “Harvest and Haunt” fall festival on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 2-9 p.m.
Team Rivard was the winner in the DARE benefit golf tourney held Aug. 14 at George Young Recreational Complex. The team shot a 56, 16 under par, including an eagle on No. 15.
Northwoods Animal Shelter and manager Sarah Erickson (above) held a party for Sarge on April 14. The playful bulldog mix has recovered well from a gunshot wound and a broken leg.
RACINE, Wis.—Jason Atanasoff, who has coached the Racine Prairie School boys basketball team to a 42-9 over the last two seasons, has been selected as the Racine County coach of the year for the se