Hematite Township officials, engineers and contractors mark the launch of the $202,000 Joe Mechon Memorial Park improvement project in Amasa. From left: Ron Palmieri, GEI Consultants president/CEO; Joe Hoenig, township supervisor; Mike Peterson and... more
Tournament organizer and eventual advanced champion, Lydia Novitsky of Crystal Falls, eyes a short shot at the No. 3 hole at the Tailings Disc Golf Course along the picturesque Iron River. RON RIVER—The inaugural women’s disc golf tournament in the... more
Forest Park’s Tommy Peltoma (6) leads a group of Trojan tacklers in stopping a Stephenson ball carrier during FP’s wild and entertaining 48-40 win over the Eagles on Sept. 14 at Dick Mettlach Field. CRYSTAL FALLS—At its best, athletic competition... more
David Anderson, known to his fishing buddies as “Mr. David,” caught a 38-inch, 25-pound lake trout during the U.P. Veterans Appreciation Fishing Day. (submitted photo) CRYSTAL FALLS—David Anderson of Crystal Falls was one of 183 veterans who... more

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Riley Hendrickson and Max Nylund of Crystal Falls were both members of the U.P. Power basketball team that recently completed its summer season at the NAYS national tournament in Bolingbrook, Ill.

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Hematite Township officials, engineers and contractors mark the launch of the $202,000 Joe Mechon Memorial Park improvement project in Amasa.

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Forest Park’s Tommy Peltoma (6) leads a group of Trojan tacklers in stopping a Stephenson ball carrier during FP’s wild and entertaining 48-40 win over the Eagles on Sept.