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Warren Miller's 'Line of Descent'to debut at Historic Ironwood Theatre
AUDIENCE MEMBERS try to capture the attention of master of ceremonies Mark Silver, on stage, and volunteers tossing out prizes at the Historic Ironwood Theatre prior to the Ironwood premiere of Warren Miller's "Here, There and Everywhere" last year. The theater will screen Miller's latest film, "Lin
Bessemer VFW serves up Thanksgiving feast
BESSEMERVFW Post 3673 set up one place setting for the missing Thursday in Bessemer. John Frello said more than 82,000 missing remain unaccounted for on foreign soil. By IAN MINIELLY email@example.com Bessemer - Bessemer VFW Post 3673 sent out word it was providing free Thanksgiving meals
Third phase of Iron Belle Trail receives $200,000 local match
November 22, 2017 Ralph Ansami/Daily Globe PAUL ANDERSON, of Ironwood, addresses the Gogebic County Board of Commissioners Tuesday, seeking support for the Bessemer to Ramsay phase 3 of the Gogebic County Iron Belle Trail project. About 30 people attended the meeting, with many addressing the trail
LLW hosts lunch for families
firstname.lastname@example.org Ironwood - While there's always an element of organized chaos to school lunch time, there was an added element Tuesday as the Ironwood Area Schools invited parents and grandparents to eat a Thanksgiving lunch with the students. "It's to see (the parents and grandparents)
Poetry Corner: James Garrett "Going Back"
We came back once more to the town. We had once walked there. Our steps led to the water. Misty aromas filled the air. The scenes had changed, As all scenes do. Many walk there now, Where once there were two. The chill of the wind. The hand held tight. Sounds to the ear, Softened in the f
Poetry Corner: Johanna Ely "Thanksgiving"
I am thankful for what is unpredictable- the sudden gush of rain, the lightning and the thunder- the insistence from this world to pay attention. I delight in colors indigo and orange, what gels into a sunset. I'm elated for what begins again- the wide-eyed dawn, the seasons that return i
Poetry Corner: Bud Light "Faith"
It is sometimes difficult To understand. But HE does not ask us To understand. That is given us. HE asks instead Only that we believe. We cannot redo That which happened yesteryear. For I, like you, Am gone from there - beyond returning. And yet - a common thought -
Voice of the Village: Can you leave your home quickly if you need to?
The recent fires in Santa Rosa, Napa, and other nearby communities, as well as a question from one of our members, made us think about preparation for a disaster of any kind-an earthquake, an industrial accident, or any crisis here in town. While we aren't nestled up against hills, and so have less
Doctor celebrates 40 years in Benicia
1977 would be a big year in Gary Winston's life. He had just decided to make it on own his own as a doctor and start his pediatrician practice. It was a risky endeavor that would pay off, as this year marks the 40th anniversary of Winston practicing medicine in Benicia. Born in the Manhattan boroug
The A Cappella Handyman: Thanking Robert Mueller
and I know it's not enough to get me into ANY Hall of Fame or have All The Waterfront Ducks remember my name, but that's OK, so long as Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash singing now over the PA system at Starbucks will cut me some slack while they're singing, "Jackson," that'll be OK with me
Letters: Water rates and cannabis
I feel compelled to write this letter about the water rates and outrageous maintenance charges the city of Benicia charges the homeowners who live in Benicia. In the 27 years that my wife and I have lived here, we have been subjected to pay the all-time rates this city has imposed on the people who
Throwback Thursday: Herald headlines for the week of Nov. 26, 1942, 1967 and 1992
Gross revenue of the Martinez-Benicia Ferry System for October increased $44,970.67 over that of 1941, according to a financial statement made recently by Port Captain A.C. Woodress. Passenger and automobile traffic resulted in a gross of $16,194.61 as against $11,224.04 for the same month last yea
Japan's Mitsubishi Materials reports faked quality data
TOKYO (AP) - Mitsubishi Materials Corp., a maker of components used to make autos, aircraft and electricity generation equipment, apologized Friday for faked quality data by some of its subsidiaries. Executives of the company bowed before reporters as they reported on the problem, which was announce
Border Patrol agents arrest tocayos accused of transporting marijuana for 'El Whiskey'
Border Patrol agents arrested Arturo Garza III, 24, of Alamo and Arturo Jesus Quiroga, 18, of San Juan. (Photos courtesy of the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office) Border Patrol agents arrested tocayos on Tuesday, when the duo attempted to transport nearly 635 pounds of marijuana for a smuggler nicknam
Officers arrest Matamoros man who attempted to cross the border carrying heroin
Officers found two packages "hidden within the articles" he attempted to carry across the bridge, according to the news release. The packages tested positive for heroin and weighed about 1.17 kilograms. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border Protection) Officers arrested a Mexican man on Wednesd
Texas Rangers working on hit-and-run case
RAYMONDVILLE - Investigators are working with the Texas Rangers on the case of a hit-and-run driver who critically injured a cyclist. Detectives Tomas Gomez and Denise Ledesma were meeting with Rangers yesterday morning, a police dispatcher said. By noon, no arrests had been made in the case, the di
More details emerge in drug trafficking case
BROWNSVILLE - An indictment against an alleged Cameron County drug trafficking ring was again partially unsealed Wednesday, revealing a new defendant who may have the charges against him dismissed, court records show. On Monday, the United States Attorney's Office, Southern District of Texas, announ
Boys and Girls Club seeks new board members
SAN BENITO - The Boys and Girls Club of San Benito is looking for new board members to serve in the upcoming year. In a Facebook post earlier this week, board president Liz Chavez announced the board is looking to expand. "Passion for the club and its mission is required," the Facebook post stated.
Valley farmworker who fought alongside Cesar Chavez dies at 101
Macario Villanueva, a migrant farmworker who fought for fair pay and better working conditions, died Sunday in Alamo. He was 101. Macario Villanueva, a migrant farmworker who fought for fair pay and better working conditions alongside civil rights leader Cesar Chavez, died Sunday in Alamo. He was 10
New memorial on Capitol grounds will honor Texans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan
On Dec. 2, a new monument to honor Texas service members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan after 9/11 will be unveiled on the Capitol grounds. (Illustration by Jacob Villanueva, Image courtesy of Texas War Memorial) by Alex Arriaga | The Texas Tribune A soldier, called to serve in the post-9/11 war