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CRYSTAL FALLS—An Iron River man was bound over to circuit court on the charge of making terrorist threats or a false report of terrorism at a preliminary examination held Nov.
CRYSTAL FALLS—The Crystal Falls Community Library is hosting an interactive reading of “Stone Soup” on Saturday, Nov. 29 from 10-11 a.m.
IRON RIVER—Fans of high school basketball will see some new rules in effect when the new season starts in December.
LANSING—The Michigan DNR is updating the 2008 Michigan Wolf Management Plan and is seeking comment on the implementation of the plan.
IRON RIVER—The Iron River Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction if foul play is involved in the case of a missing Iron River man.
tCRYSTAL FALLS—The Forest Park Music Boosters annual fruit sales have begun. The sales started on Nov. 17 and will continue through Nov. 30.
AURORA, Ill.—Former West Iron County girls basketball player Shannon Koski, now playing for Aurora University, has been selected women’s basketball student-athlete of the week in the Northern Athle
CHANNING—The Sagola Township Sportsmen’s Club will host a gun and knife show on new dates of Friday, Dec. 5 from to 3 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
IRON RIVER—Given last year’s plethora of problems linked to frozen water lines and last week’s early blast of winter weather, the Iron River City Council voted to update its policy on thawing froze
IRON RIVER—Help light the way through downtown Iron River on Dec. 6 by being a part of the community’s Christmas In Lights parade.
Once known as George Young Recreational Complex, Young’s is in the early stages of an ambitious project that aims to make the resort a “world-class regional destination.”
ESCANABA—For 31½ minutes of their Class C regional semifinal, two of the top girls basketball teams in the Upper Peninsula staged an epic battle, each landing blows and each fighting off others.