Thanks to vets
To the editor:
IRON RIVER—The Iron River Police Department continues to seek information on a missing Iron River man.
IRON RIVER—The Friends of the West Iron District Library, in conjunction with Snowbound Books of Marquette, will hold its annual holiday new book sale on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Here’s another district trophy for the display case. The Lady Trojans pose with their newest award after defeating Bessemer in the District 127 title match Nov. 6.
CRYSTAL FALLS—By popular demand, the Tufts-Rondon VFW Post and Auxiliary will sponsor a hunter’s breakfast on Sunday, Nov. l6, at the VFW Clubrooms at 108 Superior Ave.
IRON RIVER—The VFW Post 3134 will host a Hunters’ Ball on Saturday, Nov. 15 beginning at 7 p.m. There will be live music by T.J. Jonas. Free food and door prizes will be offered.
IRON RIVER—First Presbyterian Church of Iron County has joined with other churches, businesses and individuals around the United States and worldwide by participating in Samaritans Purse, Operation
IRON RIVER—Sometimes picking all-conference teams can be an arduous task fraught with disagreements and bickering.
BEECHWOOD—The Beechwood Historical Society is holding its fourth annual Hunters’ Chilly Feed on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 4-7 p.m. at the Beechwood Hall.
AMASA—During the first part of its three-month journey to area townships, the Forest Park School Board received an update about the recent timber sale from its school forest.
Makenzie Dobson shares her pumpkin-painting ideas with Florence Casciolli. West Iron County Pre-K students visited the Iron River Care Center on Oct.
Participants in this year’s U.P. Strongman Competition, held Aug. 10 at the Butler Potato Farm in Mansfield Township, gathered for a group photo after the trophy presentations.