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  1. WUPTA shares passion for western UP trailsRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Daily Globe

    Editor's Note: The following story is the second of a three-part series. Part 1, published on Friday, provided an overview of the status of an unnamed, multi-use trail connecting Wakefield to Marenisco .


  2. Kasey Gene OzzelloRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Daily Globe

    Kasey was born on Sept. 11, 1987, at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff, Wis., a son of Woodie Ozzello and Sheila Ozzello, of Wakefield , Mich.


  3. Dianda, Summers lend support to fight OCF closureRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 16 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - Organizers of a Sunday spaghetti feed at the Wakefield VFW hope the event will add to legal coffers aimed at disputing a recent state decision to close Ojibway Correctional Facility in Marenisco . Food was served steadily as the room quickly filled with local people willing to contribute the $10 fee for what they believe is still a fighting chance of reversing the state directive.


  4. County board resolution opposes Ojibway closureRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 13 | Daily Globe

    Bessemer - As the fight to keep the Ojibway prison in Marenisco from closing continues, the Gogebic County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday passed a resolution urging the facility remain open. The prison is scheduled for closure Dec. 1 and many of the inmates have already been transferred to other facilities.


  5. Wakefield City Council ponders fading population baseRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - While presenting a Monday report called "Wakefield's 10-Year Financial Forecast," Bob Blaskowski warned Wakefield 's city council of "what we might call a slow-moving train wreck." Blaskowski, of Wakefield , said the city is mired in declining property values, rising utility costs, and significant responsibilities in the way of employee health care and pensions while also witnessing a shrinking tax base due to fading population.


  6. MDOC documents explain reasons for Ojibway closureRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Daily Globe

    Former State Representative and current Upper Peninsula Senate candidate Ed McBroom has released documents he received following his demand for answers from the Michigan Department of Corrections regarding the planned Dec. 1 closure of the Ojibway Correctional Facility in Marenisco .


  7. Wakefield's Split Rock Trails offer something for everyoneRead the original story

    Friday Aug 24 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - Stroll along one of Wakefield 's Split Rock Trails, and you're bound to find flowers, birds, wild apples and sentries of surrounding trees, but be careful not to step on jay-walking toads. In short, it's a Zen experience - unless what you're seeking is a mountain bike thrill, in which case you better keep your eyes open to hold your ground on curving trails that ascend and descend with the added challenge of bridges and bluffs.


  8. Residents rally against closing Ojibway facilityRead the original story

    Friday Aug 24 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - More than 200 concerned citizens rallied in Ironwood Friday night in the parking lot across from Cloverland Cinemas to protest the Dec. 1 closing of the Ojibway Correctional Facility in Marenisco . Since the Aug. 14 announcement by the Michigan Department of Corrections, many people in the western U.P. have been trying to find a way to ward off the closure and save 200 local jobs. 2 comments

  9. Wakefield-Marenisco takes high road on prison closingRead the original story

    Aug 21, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - When the Michigan Department of Corrections announced last week it will close Ojibway Correctional Facility by Dec. 1, it provoked ongoing protest via demonstration, petitions, signs along U.S. 2, and a whole lot of informal ire on the part of local citizens. "Despite the bad news on the prison, I'm optimistic," said superintendent Jason Gustafson, who conceded calmly, "Yes, it will have implications on this school."


  10. Dianda calls on Snyder to halt Ojibway closureRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2018 | Daily Globe

    State Rep. Scott Dianda said he has sent a letter to Gov. Rick Snyder asking that the Ojibway Correctional Facility in Marenisco remain open. On Friday Dianda, D-Calumet, sent a letter to Snyder asking him to stay his decision and reconsider the future of the facility because of the hardship the closure will cause for communities, workers and their families.


  11. Casperson says he didn't know of decision to close OjibwayRead the original story

    Aug 16, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Marenisco - State Sen. Tom Casperson said he was not informed ahead of time by the Michigan Department of Corrections of its decision to close the Ojibway Correctional Facility in Marenisco before the DOC's public announcement Tuesday morning. Ojibway was on a short list of possible closings and while the public was waiting to hear the DOC's decision many, including Casperson, thought the decision would be made in September. 1 comment

  12. Man arraigned in high-speed chaseRead the original story

    Aug 12, 2018 | Daily Globe

    The Marenisco man who led officers on a high-speed chase on a motorcycle was arraigned in Gogebic County Court Friday. John Wesley Gunderman Jr., 52, is charged with operating while intoxicated, attempted fleeing and eluding, reckless driving, refusal of a breath test, expired registration, no insurance and three counts of resisting and obstructing officers.


  13. Mary Ellen (Kulick) CarmichaelRead the original story

    Aug 10, 2018 | 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.


  14. Spaghetti fundraiser takes initiative closer to goalRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - A Saturday spaghetti fundraiser at the Wakefield municipal building took in about $3,000 for the local initiative called "4 the Kids." Mayor pro tempore Amy Tarro, who co-chairs "4 the Kids" with Peter Koruga, reported the success Sunday, saying they now have about $9,000 total toward their $20,000 ultimate goal.


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

    Jul 29, 2018 | 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.


  16. 4 Gogebic townships seek to renew millages Aug. 7Read the original story

    Jul 27, 2018 | 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.


  17. Casperson visits GCC - Sfor Ojibway closure discussionRead the original story

    Jul 23, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - Michigan State Sen. Tom Casperson, R-Escanaba, met with 25 representatives from local municipalities and area businesses at Gogebic Community College Monday evening to discuss what can be done to sway the Department of Corrections from closing the Ojibway Correctional Facility in Marenisco . Thirty prisons remain open in the state after the closure of the West Shoreline Correctional Facility in Muskegon earlier this year, but there is a 1,000 prison bed surplus and one more facility will be shut down by 2019. 1 comment

  18. Ironwood hires new K-12 principalRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - The Ironwood Area Schools has a new K-12 principal after the district's board of education voted to hire Melissa Nigh Monday. Nigh was a principal in Mellen, Wis., from 2008-13, according to Ironwood superintendent Travis Powell, before joining the faculty at Northland College in Ashland.


  19. Graham discusses issues surrounding possible Ojibway closureRead the original story

    Jul 10, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Bessemer - A public meeting in the auditorium of Bessemer City Hall, concerning the possible closure of Marenisco 's Ojibway Correctional Facility, drew approximately 40 people last evening. Jeanne Graham, Gogebic Community College's dean of students, power point presentation provided statistics and information the public can use to spread the word about how detrimental the closure would be for the area.


  20. Mayme K. DalbecRead the original story

    Jul 9, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Mayme was born on Feb. 26, 1919, in Ramsay , a daughter of Charles and Anna Cappo. She attended Roosevelt School in Marenisco and graduated in 1936.


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