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  1. Cardinals stop SpeedgirlsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield- Marenisco needed a huge fourth quarter to defeat the Bessemer Speedgirls 57-38 in a physical, hard-fought Copper Mountain rivalry game in the House of Noise on Friday. As the third quarter ended, Bessemer 's Caitlyn Lynch and W-M's Darienne Korpi both made a 3 the old-fashioned way with a field goal and a free throw.

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  2. Grbavcich odd man out in Ironwood Township trustee raceRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 9 | Daily Globe

    Four of the five candidates in the Ironwood Township Board of Trustees race were happy Tuesday night, with incumbents Bernard Brunello and Kevin Lyons, along with newcomers Bev Michaels and Marlene Saari-Mieloszyk winning seats on the board. Saari-Mieloszyk received the most votes in the race, capturing 21 percent of the voters with 776 votes.

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  3. Forest Park starts fast at W-M, ends with another titleRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 5 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield-Marenisco's high hopes for an upset of Crystal Falls Forest Park in the Class D District 127 volleyball tournament finals were dashed by the fast, up-tempo starts of the Lady Trojans in all three sets. Forest Park played with a sense of urgency and defeated the Cardinals 25-12, 25-16 and 25-16.

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  4. District final tonightRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield-Marenisco advanced to the MHSAA Class D District 127 championship game with a sweep of Watersmeet in a semifinal Thursday night in Wakefield. The Cardinals will host Crystal Falls Forest Park tonight at 6 p.m. W-M's Alexa Jilek, right, tries to hit it over Watersmeet's Katelyn Grosso Thursday.

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  5. DAP showcases students' workRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Art teachers from the Wakefield-Marenisco, Bessemer , Ironwood and Hurley schools submitted art work for the show, according to a DAP news release. Pieces from the "Dabble at the DAP" program are also on display.

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  6. Ironwood wins Fall Quiz BowlRead the original story

    Oct 27, 2016 | Daily Globe

    The 17th annual Fall Quiz Bowl on the campus of Gogebic Community College on Thursday included 16 teams from Bessemer , Hurley, Ironwood , Wakefield- Marenisco and Watersmeet high schools in both varsity and junior varsity competition. During the morning rounds of competition, Bessemer I and Ironwood I were victorious in the varsity divisions and faced off for the championship.

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  7. Wakefield-Marenisco district works at improving test scoresRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2016 | Daily Globe

    The Wakefield-Marenisco Board of Education on Monday heard a report from the district's School Improvement Team on changes in place for this school year to positively impact student achievement. Superintendent Cathy Shamion told the board the staff, working with the SIT, analyzed state test results and identified areas in which to focus for increased student achievement.

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  8. W-M student shadows prosecutor JacobsRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Gogebic County Prosecutor Nick Jacobs will have an extra pair of eyes in his office on occasion as Wakefield-Marenisco student Easton Hamel shadows Jacobs. Hamel, a senior, said he approached Jacobs about shadowing him to get a better idea of what an attorney does.

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  9. Revitalized snowmobile trail club seeking more membersRead the original story

    Oct 14, 2016 | Daily Globe

    The Gogebic Range Trail Authority is seeking new members to assist with trail work and to fill in as snowmobile trail groomers, according to the president of the organization. Steve Hamilton, of Wakefield , said Friday the club is no longer doing business as the Western Upper Peninsula Snowshakers and has returned to the GRTA name that had been used for the previous 40 years.

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  10. Midgets outlast MinersRead the original story

    Oct 7, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Hurley 's potent rushing attack was too much for a shorthanded Gogebic Miners squad as the Midgets won the non-conference meeting 42-6 Friday night. The Midgets rushed 55 times for 455 yards and had 21 first downs to five for the Miners as Hurley improved to 8-0 against the Bessemer/Wakefield- Marenisco co-op.

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  11. Mount Zion adds adaptive ski equipmentRead the original story

    Oct 7, 2016 | Daily Globe

    The Gogebic Community College Board approved an $8,000 purchase of two adaptive sit-skis that will allow paraplegic and quadriplegic individuals to ski at Mount Zion. The college purchased two sit skis - one for an adult from 140 to 250 pounds, and the other for a child from 50 to 140 pounds.

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  12. Ruotsala speaks to GOISD, GCC students about Cole's FoundationRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2016 | Daily Globe

    The Gogebic Community College Registered Nursing students, along with the Certified Nursing Assistant students from the Gogebic- Ontonagon Intermediate School District, heard a presentation from Aaron Ruotsala, of Cole's Foundation, on Monday. Ruotsala spoke to the group about his son, Cole, and his journey with adreno-cortical carcinoma from diagnosis to his passing on Sept.

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  13. Superior Springs to open water bottling plant in MareniscoRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Marenisco - After a proposal to build a water-bottling plant in Presque Isle, Wis., was turned down, the plants developers are contructing a similar plant 10 miles away in Marenisco . The Presque Isle town board rejected a request for the plant because of concerns about using water from the nearby Carlin Club well because it could cause a reduction in the aquifer level.

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  14. MNRC members urged to ban feeding of deerRead the original story

    Sep 8, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - A resident of Ewen urged the Michigan Natural Resources Commission Thursday to ban deer feeding in the western Upper Peninsula. Nancy Warren, of the National Wolfwatcher Coalition, said feeding of deer by homeowners in Marenisco has caused wolves to enter the town.

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  15. School begins for Hurley, MercerRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2016 | Daily Globe

    KINDERGARTENERS KOLTEN Cramer, left, Lillie Penegor and Waylon Binz use the play structure during recess on the first day of school Thursday at the Hurley K-12 school. The school bell rings to start school at Merer K-12 at 8 a.m. and school lets out at 3:45 p.m. At Hurley K-12, students in grades six through 12 start at 8 a.m. and students in preschool through fifth grade start at 8:05 a.m. Dismissal for pre-kindergarten through fifth grade students is at 3:12 p.m. For students in sixth grade through 12th grade, it is at 3:15 p.m. There are six school districts in the GOISD, including Ironwood , Bessemer , Wakefield-Marenisco, Ontonagon , Ewen-Trout Creek and Watersmeet Township.

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  16. Leonard K. PerryRead the original story

    Aug 30, 2016 | Daily Globe

    He was married to the former Laura E. Richards on May 30, 1964, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Milwaukee. Laura preceded him in death on May 23, 2010.

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  17. Thomas Richard 'Dick' DeCotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Thomas Richard "Dick" DeCota, 83, a resident of Marenisco for 35 years, formerly of Macon, Ill ., and New Orleans, passed away peacefully Thursday afternoon, July 7, 2016. His loving wife, Joan, was at his side.

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  18. Bessemer looks at closing Washington, expanding ADJRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2016 | Daily Globe

    The Bessemer Area Schools District and its planning committee are developing plans to renovate and expand A.D. Johnston High School and close Washington Elementary School, meaning all the district's students would be in one building. Planning committee chairman Todd Johnson said tentative plans call for expanding the ADJ to the north, including closing West Iron Street, which is adjacent to the Gogebic County Courthouse and Sheriff's Department.

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  19. Wakefield Fourth of July celebration draws all agesRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield's Sunday Lake Street was lined with lawn chairs Monday as residents came out to see the city's Fourth of July parade celebrating the country's independence. The parades began shortly before 1 p.m. with the city's annual kids parade, where a group of youngsters rode scooters, bicycles and wagons down the street.

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  20. Tanya Jean McGeshickRead the original story

    Jun 20, 2016 | Daily Globe

    Tanya is survived by her father, Daniel Jr ., Watersmeet ; a son, Ethan, Marenisco ; four grandchildren; a special friend, James Benedict, Grand Rapids; two sisters, Debbie Swartz and Theresa Davy; and two brothers, John Swartz and Frank Swartz. Visitation will be held at the Lakeside Memorial Chapel in Wakefield on Tuesday, June 21, beginning at 5 p.m. A funeral service, with food and drumming, will be held Wednesday, June 22, at 11 a.m ., at the Youth Center in Watersmeet .

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