By Allyce Westphal
By Allyce Westphal
IRON RIVER—West Iron County High School has announced the schedule for senior exams.
The exams began Monday and are scheduled for the rest of the week as follows:
IRON RIVER—Winter hung on to the very last, but West Iron County’s golf teams finally got their seasons started last week, competing in meets at Pine Grove in Iron Mountain and at Escanaba.
LONG LAKE, Wis.— On Saturday May 19, the Crandon, Laona, Phelps and Three Lakes trap teams will compete in a 100 target conference shoot off at the Big 4+ Sportsman’s Club in Long Lake.
CRYSTAL FALLS— A discussion on proposed changes to the Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District’s building trades program highlighted the Forest Park School Board’s April 23 monthly meeting.
IRON RIVER—West Iron County Building Trades students, along with instructor Jeff Swenski, invite the public to an open house to view the home they built from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
IRON RIVER—West Iron County’s boys tennis team recorded an 8-0 clean sweep during its match against a young Iron Mountain team in Iron Mountain on May 1.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Forest Park’s girls finished fourth and the boys took fifth in nine-team Nordic Booster Club Invitational track meet, held at North Dickinson on May 1.
Ryan Dood, 13, of Iron River harvested a tom turkey on April 28 with hunting mentor Dale Ward and dad Rod (not pictured) during the Michigan spring wild turkey season.
CRYSTAL FALLS—A Crystal Falls man has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct in connection with an incident last summer.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Crystal Theatre Performing Arts Center has announced its lineup for the 2018 and 10th season of its “Gem of a Season” series, which will consist of eight live performances from a vari
Forest Park’s Avery Sommers blasts out of a sand trap during the girls George Young Invitational on May 17. Sommers led the Lady Trojans, tying for eighth place overall with a 102.