Oct 31, 2012
State of Michigan
Mohawk Secretary of State office returning to one-day-a-week service in November
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson reminds residents that the Mohawk office returns to one-day-a-week service instead of two beginning in November as it adjusts to seasonal business volume.
Man swerves to miss deer, rolls vehicle
AA Mohawk man sustained minor injuries after swerving and rolling his vehicle to avoid hitting a deer on Wednesday morning, around 4:15 a.m. The Houghton County Sheriff's Department says 52-year-old John Laurie was traveling south on US-41 near Lake Annie Road in Franklin Township when the accident occurred.
The Washington Post
Corn for Post-Harvest Sale Jumps to Nine-Month High on Drought
Corn for delivery after the harvest jumped to a nine-month high on speculation that hot, dry weather in the next two weeks will reduce yields in the U.S., the world's largest grower.
Man in court in relation to fatal crash
David Paul Simons, 38,A A was back in Keweenaw County District Court Thursday on chargesA of failing to stop at the scene of an accident and operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Chippewa Valley Names Ojibwa's Pam Gold Elementary Teacher of the Year
Already known to friends and co-workers as "The Idea Lady," Ojibwa Elementary second-grade teacher, Pam Gold, now adds Chippewa Valley Schools' 2012 Elementary Teacher of the Year to her list of titles.