Edith Shamion Shymanski
To the editor:
I am writing on the behalf of the West Iron County Public Schools to give a warm thank you to all ...
-s- Christine Harrington
CRYSTAL FALLS—Relaxed graduation requirements are on their way for Forest Park. The School Board approved the first reading of a revised graduation policy during its regular meeting May 18.
IRON RIVER—The fourth annual Stambaugh Elementary School 5K Rainbow Run will be held starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 4, at Nanaimo Park.
FP’s Colton Mihelich is right on Reggie Johnson’s heels during the 800-meter run at North Dickinson. Johnson held on to win, but Mihelich was less than a second behind.
ALPHA—The Alpha Rifle and Pistol Club, along with the Iron County 4-H Sharpshooters, will hold an annual Youth Metallic Silhouette Shoot on Saturday, June 6.
LANSING—For the first time, federally funded seat belt enforcement efforts will take place in all 83 Michigan counties to help jump start an increase in seat belt use and reduce traffic deaths and
IRON RIVER— NorthStar Volunteer Services will host a book fair in the NorthStar Hospital front lobby on Thursday, May 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Friday, May 29, from 7 a.m. to1 p.m.
IRON RIVER—West Iron’s young boys tennis team has worked hard without getting many results all season.
FLORENCE, Wis.—On Sunday, June 14 KAMO (Kids and Adults Mentoring Outdoors) and Wild Rivers Adventure Company are sponsoring a kid‐friendly “Float the Pine to the Popple” event from 11 a.m.
CRYSTAL FALLS—The regular monthly meeting of the Iron County Board of Commissioners moved along without a hiccup May 12 until the next-to-last item on the agenda came up.
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