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  1. Xcel DemolitionRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Daily Globe

    DKS Construction of Menomonie, Wis., works to demolish the former Xcel service center building on the power company's property along Alfred Wright Boulevard in Ironwood Monday afternoon. The building was no longer in use since Xcel moved the bulk of its Ironwood operation to the Industrial Park, said Xcel spokewoman Chris Ouellette.

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  2. Township board approves road measure for ballotRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Daily Globe

    Ironwood Township - Ironwood Township voters will be asked to renew a millage used to fund road repairs in the next election, after the township board of trustees approved putting the measure on the November ballot Monday. The measure - which was originally passed four years ago - seeks to continuing using one mill township voters pay, "solely for the purpose of maintaining township roads," according to the resolution the board passed.

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  3. Mary Ellen (Kulick) CarmichaelRead the original story

    Friday Aug 10 | Daily Globe

    Mary Ellen Carmichael, 78, of Ironwood Township , died at home Monday, June 4 after a long battle with heart disease. Mary was born in Michigamme, Mich., and was daughter to Alfred Kulick and Helen Mayotte.

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  4. Gogebic County Fair kicks offRead the original story

    Friday Aug 10 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - The rides were lit up, the food stands were open and the fairgrounds were filled with visitors Thursday as the Gogebic County Fair kicked off for another year. By the evening the exposition building and animals barns had begun to fill up as people dropped off their exhibits and animal entries for the weekend.

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  5. Vintage exhibit on display at Gogebic County FairRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 9 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - Upon entering the Exhibition Building at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds, fair-goers will be treated to a vintage display of 1800s farm equipment, complete with authentically dressed mannequins demonstrating how the equipment was put to use. Kathy Bednar-Ghiardi said she "grew up with the fair" as her father, Andrew F. Bednar, was Gogebic County Extension director for 30 years, 1944-1974.

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  6. Michigan voters set new turnout record for August primaryRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 9 | Daily Globe

    Gogebic County saw 25.6 percent of voters participate in the election, while 30 percent of registered Ontonagon voters cast ballots in that county. Gogebic County participation was up from past August primaries, according to Gogebic County Clerk Gerry Pelissero.

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  7. Ironwood Schools millage passesRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - The Ironwood Area Schools will be able to purchase new buses and make necessary upgrades to the Luther L. Wright K-12 School after voters within the district's boundaries voted 59 percent to 41 percent to approve a five-year millage in Tuesday's election. "On behalf of the staff, students and families of the Ironwood Area Schools, I would like to thank the community for supporting our school by passing this important bond proposal," Ironwood Superintendent Travis Powell said Tuesday night.

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  8. Byrns takes seat on county boardRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Daily Globe

    Jim Byrns defeated Paul Grbavcich 131-107 in Tuesday's primary for the Gogebic County Board of Commissioners District 3 seat. The two Ironwood men were both running as Democrats.

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  9. Vintage DisplayRead the original story

    Monday Aug 6 | Daily Globe

    New to the Gogebic County Fair this year are vintage displays courtesy of Mike and Cecilia Pisco and Kathy Bednar-Ghiardi. As visitors view left to right they'll see a 1920s Singer Treadle Sewing Machine from Mary Nyysti, of Ironwood, the great grandmother of Joy Pelissero; a Victorian chamber pot, water pump, and an 1800s milk can carrier.

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  10. Michigan votes todayRead the original story

    Monday Aug 6 | Daily Globe

    Gogebic County voters are casting ballots in Michigan's August primary today, setting the stage for November's general election. For the partisan section, voters must confine their votes to a single party.

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  11. Reunion brings hundreds togetherRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 5 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - A group of over 450 people were registered and many of them gathered together in the Ironwood Memorial Building Saturday evening for the centennial celebration for the Roosevelt School, a school that served the community for many years in Ironwood Township . The group was brought together by a deep love for the school and the people of the area that was clear to see.

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  12. Vandals start Depot Park fireRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 4 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - While the Old Depot building escaped damage, Ironwood Chamber of Commerce Director Michael Meyer said it could have turned out a lot worse after someone started a small fire under the covered area in front of the Chamber of Commerce office Thursday night. He said while the pavement was brick, it was under the painted wood ceiling and a spark could potentially have led to the historic building catching fire.

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  13. Ironwood Carnegie Library holds annual Fancy Nancy partyRead the original story

    Friday Aug 3 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - It's a soiree - that's fancy for party and whatever could be more fancy than a tea party! Excitement abounded as 35 little girls made their way into the marbled hall "tea room" at the Ironwood Memorial Building when the Carnegie Library hosted the annual "Fancy Nancy" tea party on Thursday. Little ladies wearing their favorite fancy dresses of lace and taffeta, some with feather boas and tiaras, entered the room, had their pictures taken, then received a place card to put on the elaborately decorated tea table.

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  14. District voters to decide Ironwood millageRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - Among the items being decided in Tuesday's Michigan primary election will be a millage for the Ironwood Area Schools. Voters in the city of Ironwood , as well as Ironwood and Erwin townships, will be asked to approve a 5-year millage so the district can borrow $735,000 for the purchase of new school buses and various renovations and improvements to the Luther L. Wright K-12 School.

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  15. Boat mystery solved with harbor excavationRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Daily Globe

    As the massive rebuilding project continues at Saxon Harbor following the July 11 storm of 2016, some mysteries are being solved. One of those mysteries for the past two years has been the disappearance of a boat owned by Neil Gilbertson, who lives at the harbor on Lake Superior with his family.

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  16. Township standoff defendant found competent againRead the original story

    Monday Jul 30 | Daily Globe

    The case against an Ironwood Township man accused of being involved in a standoff with police in May 2017 may be proceeding, after he was recently found to be competent again. While Leonard John Hellier, 48, was recently found competent to stand trial, Gogebic County Prosecutor Nick Jacobs said it still needed to be determined whether he bore criminal responsibility for his actions.

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  17. Vaudeville show celebrates 90 years of HITRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 29 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - The Historic Ironwood Theatre was bustling with talent Saturday when it presented Aurora Nights: An Evening of Vaudeville in celebration of the theatre's 90th birthday. An enthusiastic audience frequently showed its gratitude with claps, yells and whistles as various performers offered comedy, dance and music, along with literal and figurative layers of magic.

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  18. St. Mary's holds annual picnicRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 29 | Daily Globe

    Picnic goers relaxed and visited with each other as they were musically entertained by Ray Haapala, former Ironwood resident, now of Hazelhurst, Wis. The church has been inviting Haapala to their picnic for the past four years.

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  19. New sign shows off Mt. Zion overlookRead the original story

    Friday Jul 27 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - Those visiting the overlook at Ironwood 's Mt. Zion park near Gogebic Community College this summer will notice a new sign at the entrance to the hill.

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  20. 4 Gogebic townships seek to renew millages Aug. 7Read the original story

    Friday Jul 27 | Daily Globe

    Voters in four townships in Gogebic County will be asked on Tuesday, Aug. 7, to renew millages to fund township operations. The Aug. 7 election is a primary election in Michigan for local, state and federal offices, but there are also a number of ballot proposals, including millage renewals for "general township operating purposes" in Erwin Township, Marenisco Township, Wakefield Township and Watersmeet Township.

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