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Family still seeks information on missing Bergland woman
MELLEN, Wis. - More than six weeks after aBerglandwoman was reported missing, her family is still seeking information as to what happened to her.
Sheep pasture walk July 20
A sheep pasture walk will be held from 4-6 p.m. Friday, July 20 at Autumn Larch Farm LLC, hosted by Jane Hansen, W7120 County Road O, Prentice.
Indoor Tennis Facility Serve Falls Short At Minocqua
Tim Collins, representing Lakeland Wellness Initiatives, Inc. (LWI), approached the board Tuesday to see if they would be willing to support the sale of 10 acres of town land just south of the Island for the proposed year-round facility. It’s one of several sites under consideration by the group. Th
Copper Peak offers beautiful backdrop for pictures
IRONWOOD, Mich. (WLUC) -For most people U.P. stands for the Upper Peninsula, but at TV6 we believe it stands for unbelievable pictures. One place to take those beautiful pictures is at Ironwood’s Copper Peak.At 1, 782 feet above sea level, Copper Peak is the place to be for shots of the U.P. An 810
DNR to gather public input on future investment in the Oman Creek boating access site
IRONWOOD, Mich. (WLUC) -After recently completing a $140,000 project to repair and rehabilitate the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ boating access site near the mouth of Oman Creek, the department will be hosting a public forum Tuesday, July 24 in Ironwood.The site, which provides a conven
Sheriff's dept. searching Harshaw area for missing teen
HARSHAW, Wis. (WSAW) --The Oneida County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help locating a 19-year-old woman.Investigators said Emma Oas was reported missing by family. Investigators said they are searching the Harshaw area.She wears glasses with blue frames and was last seen wearing b
WJFW - Roots Health Studio owner focuses on overall health under one roof
That's a mindset that Laurel Parins lives by."Whether that is a twenty minute walk, a class here at the studio… that will make you happier when you're not restricting yourself," says Parins.She opened Roots Health Studio in Minocqua at the end of May after working in the fitness and nutrition field
Two arrested after false report
A man and woman in Rusk County were arrested by sheriff’s deputies on Monday, July 16, after a false report of a shooting that was about to occur, according to the Rusk County Sheriff’s Office.
Tomahawk Main Street receives grant to promote EBT spending at Farmer’s Market
“This is exciting news for those individuals wanting to buy local, fresh produce and meats that normally wouldn’t have the funds to do so,” said Aimee Dickrell, Tomahawk Main Street Executive Director. “Providing everyone the same opportunity to bring home healthy food from local growers is one of t
On the Easel: Antonio Pasin
Antonio Pasin is a new Blue Moon potter and sculptor in the Cable area. His recent body of work has consisted of lidded vessels.“This body is inspired by two elements — the forms that man creates in juxtaposition to the patterns that occur throughout nature,” he said. “The forms are all thrown on th
Events at the Forest Lodge Library
Community Conversation at FLL focuses on health careKen and Carol Engelhart, a husband-and-wife doctor and nurse team who share a passion for health care for all, will share their message about a “better way for rural health care” at a Community Conversation to be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 24, at
City may kickflip skate park users to new location
City officials again are pondering the fate of the skate parkA Ladysmith Park Board discussion about relocating the Skate Park, suggesting Memorial Park as one possible new site, has spilled over to recent city’s council and all committees meetings.The current site on Worden Avenue east of First Str
Little libraries coming to Gogebic Range
The little library, a replica of the depot building behind it, uses the "take a penny, leave a penny" concept honor system to spread literacy in communities. Users can take a book from the library, returning it when they are done or replacing it with a different book.
Trucking job fair held at Michigan Works
Ironwood— Connie Hicks and Kim Zekovich, representing Gogebic Community College, were on hand to answer questions for those who took part in the Schneider Trucking job fair held at Michigan Works Wednesday.
Tribal center holds Ojibwa prayer ceremony
The run is an opportunity for people to come together to pray for healing for themselves, their families, their community, their nation, Akii, and all their relatives.
Gogebic farmers markets to start accepting SNAP
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which Gogebic Range Farmers Market Association president Darrin Kimbler said was formerly known as food stamps, is a federal program serving low-income residents.
Ironwood hires new K-12 principal
Nigh was a principal in Mellen, Wis., from 2008-13, according toIronwoodsuperintendent Travis Powell, before joining the faculty at Northland College in Ashland.
Memorial plaques honor fallen Spirit 2 crew at hospital in Park Falls
The crash killed the pilot, 34-year-old Rico Caruso of Hazelhurst, 30-year-old flight nurse Klint Mitchell of Watersmeet, Michigan, and 43-year-old paramedic Greg Rosenthal of Mosinee. The crash happened April 26. No patients were on board.
DEQ holds hearing on Copperwood permit
The hearing, held at Gogebic Community College, was a required part of the process to obtain a MDEQ permit for the company's Copperwood Project near Lake Superior inIronwoodandWakefieldtownships.
Hurley district's state aid to total around $2.5 million
That means taxpayers may be getting a break on the levy for the 2018-’19 school year. It’s possible the levy could decrease from $9.35 to $8.96 per $1,000 of assessed value, he said.