It was a day of mining, music, pies and painting, as well as revisiting memories of Iron County’s mining history and the miners of the area. The Miners Day Picnic was held on Sept. 2 at the Iron County Museum in Caspian. Throughout the day, kids... more
Who doesn’t love “men who cook.” That pretty well describes the evening of Aug. 26 when Kinship of Iron County served a variety of tasty treats, and some tasty ice cream drinks, to more than 150 local residents and visitors at the Iron River Country... more
Wykons quarterback Neil Tomasoski has a lot of open field ahead of him as he pops through a hole in the Iron Mountain line during West Iron’s 35-3 win Sept. 8. Tomasoski scored three touchdowns in the game. IRON MOUNTAIN—As we all know, it’s easier... more
Each Wednesday during summer, the Hiawatha Gun Club and Wildlife Unlimited of Iron County team up to offer trap shooting practice for youths. But before the younger hunters arrive, the seasoned hunters take advantage of the facility. The youth trap... more

Out of the past...

75 years ago (1939): In their race with Old Man Winter, officials of the Evergreen Mine Company and the Inland Steel Company have speeded up work on the new open pit mine here to a 24-hour schedule

Remember when…

10 years ago (2004) Some 200 congregational members, family and friends gathered at Forest Park High School on Sunday, June 20 to honor Pastor John Linna on his retirement following 40 years in the

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It was a day of mining, music, pies and painting, as well as revisiting memories of Iron County’s mining history and the miners of the area. The Miners Day Picnic was held on Sept.

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Wykons quarterback Neil Tomasoski has a lot of open field ahead of him as he pops through a hole in the Iron Mountain line during West Iron’s 35-3 win Sept. 8.