Western U.P. to Take the Brunt of This One
Snow spread into the Ironwood area from Wisconsin during mid-morning. As of mid-afternoon, 2.4 inches of new snow had already accumulated there.
Historic April Cold Snap: April 1857
A historic cold snap hit the U.S. in early April 1857. On the 7th, snow reportedly fell in every state of the Union and the temperature fell to a frigid 21 degrees as far south as Houston, Texas.
Wright wrong about Bessemer schools, students
The Bessemer Education Association took great offense to Kim Wright's swipe at the reputation of Bessemer Area Schools and the community of Bessemer as a whole.
Ontonagon's Worst Flood: April 1, 1963
A combination of unseasonably warm weather and thick, solid ice left from one of the coldest winters of the 20th century resulted in record flooding of the Ontonagon River in early April 1963.
School consolidation a smart route
On page 6, census information states Gogebic's population was estimated at 16,084 in 2012, down 2.1 percent from the 2010 census of 16,247, down from 17,370 people in the 2000 census.
Running on Wheels: March 20, 1884
A warm spell graced Upper Michigan at the conclusion of the long, hard winter of 1883-84.