LANSING—Former Caspian clinical psychologist Michael Varney, who was accused of 50 felony counts of providing patients drugs in exchange for sexual favors in three U.P.
IRON RIVER—World Tai Chi and Qigong Day is Saturday, April 27, and local certified Qigong/Tai Chi instructor Irina Tarbeeva will hold an event to participate.
CRYSTAL FALLS—While the Forest Park boys and girls track teams suffered their fair share of graduation losses, both have standout athletes returning for the 2019 campaign.
LANSING— It’s time to put that new fishing license to good use.
CRYSTAL FALLS—At its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on April 8, the Crystal Falls City Council voted to approve an emergency ordinance to prohibit marijuana establishments within the city’s bo
IRON RIVER—The 10th season of Open Mic Night will kick off on Saturday, April 27, at the Windsor Center. The show will start at 7 p.m. Admission is $3 and free to children 12 and under.
IRON RIVER—The Iron County Country Club will spring into the new year with an opening party on May 11.
LONG LAKE, Wis.— The Big 4+ Sportsman’s Club will hold its annual spring trap shoot on Saturday, April 27, at its clubhouse on Settlement Road in Long Lake.
CRYSTAL FALLS—The body of a 47-year-old Iron River man missing since last October was recovered in a Bates Township lake on April 8, according to a press release from the Iron County Sheriff’s Offi
IRON RIVER—The Iron County Economic Chamber Alliance is hosting its inaugural Member Awards Banquet on May 2 at Young’s Golf-Recreation-Dining at 6 p.m.
EAGLE RIVER, Wis.—The West Iron County girls track team opened its track season with a third-place result in the Northland Pines Indoor Invitational on April 13 in Eagle River.
West Iron’s Jordan Shamion powered past her competition in the 100 high hurdles race at the D2 Regional at Nelson Field on May 16. Shamion won the 300 hurdles race as well.