IronLine director offers praise
To the editor:
LANSING—The Michigan Supreme Court has denied the application to appeal by a former Kingsford man convicted of murdering an elderly Iron County woman in 2012.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Registration for students entering kindergarten and the Great Start Readiness (GSRP) program during the 2015-2016 school year will be held Feb. 17-19.
Forest Park’s Adel Isaacson has a path to the basket, and no Kingsford defender better get in the way. The Lady Trojans earned a 51-40 win over the Flivvers.
Matt LaCosse of Champion, right, took first place in the Top Gun feature at the Sagola Township Sportsmen’s Snow Drags as he raced against winner of the U.P.
IRON RIVER—This past holiday season, Shopko Hometown collected signatures from customers as part of its “Help Us Give Back” initiative, a program that was run in all 178 store locations across the
IRON RIVER—It’s week of the Winter Wykon at West Iron County High School. Activities began Monday and will run through Friday.
The theme of this week is “Countries.”
The Ironwood/Iron River Polar Hawks Bantam hockey team won a tournament in Merrill, Wis., recently.
Five young snowmobilers competed in 120cc Class Snow Drag Races during Tip-Up-Town.
Kris Sampson, of South River, Ontario and his team roared over the trail at the IronLine Sled Dog Race on Jan. 31.
IRON RIVER—The John Pasternak Cancer Benefit will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7 at the West Iron County Fire Hall, 641 Ninth Ave. in Iron River.
During the Community Health Fair, Debra Flannery of LifeFit BrainFit explained the Tower Garden to attendees. The Health Fair was held on Oct. 10 at the Windsor Center in Iron River.
West Iron’s Nathan Thomson ran away from Gwinn defenders early and often on his way to three touchdowns as the Wykons clinched a playoff berth with a 39-8 win at Nelson Field.