Vote on renewing mill for CF Library upcoming
CRYSTAL FALLS—The preliminary examination in the homicide case against an Iron River woman was moved back from April 20 to May 22 during a probable cause hearing in Iron County Trial Court on April
CRYSTAL FALLS—The Forest Park Band Department will hold its annual concert on Thursday, April 23 at 7 p.m. The concert will take place in the Eddie Chambers Memorial Gymnasium.
IRON RIVER—West Iron County’s boys tennis team finished second at the 2014 Division 2 U.P. Finals. The Wykons ended up two points behind Westwood in the team standings, in fact.
CRYSTAL FALLS—A sustainable forestry education fund in memory of John E. Force has been established.
IRON MOUNTAIN—A 68-year-old woman has died after an accidental fall from a cliff at Horse Race Rapids in Mastodon Township April 18.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Area musicians and singers are invited to bring their talents and passions for an acoustic music jam session to be held from 4-7 p.m. on Sunday, April 26 at Paint River Landing.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Weather permitting, the Crystal Falls Men’s Golf Club will open its 2015 season on Wednesday, April 29.
There will be open golf, but no meal is planned.
LONG LAKE, Wis.—The Big 4+ Sportsman’s Club held its annual spring trap shoot at its clubhouse in Long Lake on Saturday, April 18.
CASPIAN—To discuss what is taking place at recent meetings of the Caspian City Commission after the new board was established at the beginning of the year, it’s really clearer to talk about all the
IRON RIVER—It’s time to think spring, and three events being held April 18 will help you do just that.
Forest Park seniors Kelsey Ragio (left) and Mercedes Simmons (11) provided a formidable block as they send a ball back at West Iron’s Mya Grubbs (11), Courtney Reitmeyer (left) and McKenna Kegley d