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  1. Rydeski reflects on veterans around globeRead the original story

    Tuesday | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - Students, teachers, veterans and other local citizens gathered Tuesday for what Mike Rydeski called "a thankful remembrance" in the Wakefield- Marenisco K-12 School gym. Rydeski, a past commander of Wakefield 's VFW Post 9084, was the guest speaker of the formal Veterans Day program.

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  2. Gogebic County Board approves $25,000 for prison suit legal costsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Daily Globe

    Bessemer - Having pledged to support the effort to keep the Ojibway prison in Marenisco from closing, the Gogebic County Board of Commissioners Tuesday agreed to spend $25,000 to help cover costs of a lawsuit. Marenisco Township Supervisor Richard Bouvette said a judge still has not ruled on the lawsuit that is attempting to block the prison from closing.

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  3. Northwoods braces for possible foot of snow todayRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 8 | Daily Globe

    From 6 to 12 inches of snow was possible, with winds up to 35 miles per hour gusting from the north at times. As usual, the heaviest amounts today were expected in the higher terrains, with the least snow falling south of a line from Marenisco to Bruce Crossing .

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  4. Area schools to receive security grant upgradesRead the original story

    Friday Nov 2 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield- Marenisco School and All Saints Academy in Ironwood are among 188 public and private schools in the state to share $25 million in grants to upgrade door locks and other security features in the wake of mass shootings in other states. Michigan State Police received 407 applications requesting $69 million - far more than the $25 million authorized by the legislature and Snyder.

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  5. Wakefield-Marenisco Fun Frolic delights huge crowdRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 28 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - A "Fun Frolic" at the Wakefield- Marenisco K-12 School packed the gym Saturday as fuzzy animals, skeletons, mummies, superheroes, and even a pint-sized policeman ran to and fro with pumpkin-faced bags, collecting candy and memories while making lots of noise. The event, which was bursting with joy, featured a central area circled in chairs, where tiny witches, goblins, etc.

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  6. Watersmeet town meeting draws large, spunky crowdRead the original story

    Friday Oct 26 | Daily Globe

    Watersmeet - A Wednesday evening town meeting on Gogebic County 's proposed ambulance millage drew several dozen people to the Watersmeet Community Center. The nearly two-hour session was led by Jim Lorenson and Jim Loeper, members of the Gogebic County ambulance committee.

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  7. Wakefield council changes date on lakeside property hearingRead the original story

    Monday Oct 22 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - The Wakefield city council voted Monday to change the date of a public hearing needed in order to declare tax-exempt status for land that once held the Wakefield Memorial Building. At their previous meeting on Oct. 8, council members had voted to schedule the hearing in conjunction with their Nov. 12 meeting, but on Monday they voted to rescind that decision and instead schedule the hearing for Nov. 26. City manager Richard Brackney said the delay was requested by city attorney Ray O'Dea, who said he needs more time to investigate related legalities.

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  8. GCC Foundation honors three distinguished alumniRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 18 | Daily Globe

    Ironwood - The David G. Lindquist Center at Gogebic Community College in Ironwood was milling with people Thursday evening as the GCC Foundation held its 23rd annual recognition banquet. The event began with a reception in the first-floor student lounge, followed by dinner and a program in the second-floor conference center.

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  9. Rural ambulance costs high, rising in Gogebic CountyRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2018 | Daily Globe

    While Beacon Ambulance presently provides ambulance service to much of Gogebic County , the eastern end, in the Watersmeet area, is served by Aspirus out of Iron River, at an annual cost of $43,000 a year. Residents of that area are out of the "golden hour" that can determine life and death in a 911 emergency response call, said Jim Lorenson, chair of the Aspirus Ironwood Hospital board.

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  10. A survivor's journeyRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2018 | Daily Globe

    "I'm retired," she kidded in a recent interview with The Globe, "but I bought myself a job." For five years now, she and her husband, Bill, have owned the Old Dutch Bar in Marenisco .

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  11. Flood watch on in Gogebic CountyRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Gogebic County Emergency Government Coordinator Jim Loeper told the county board of supervisors Wednesday there were high water issues throughout the county, including possible flooding of the Presque Isle River in the Marenisco area. While Loeper said the greatest threat of flooding may have passed, as people left the 5 p.m. county board meeting it was pouring heavily outside the courthouse in Bessemer , where side streets that are under construction had flooded.

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  12. Company holding Marenisco job fair Saturday, explores expanding to areaRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Marenisco - Waupaca Foundry, a company subsidiary based in Waupaca, Wis., held a job fair Friday that continues today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Marenisco Town Hall, with the possibility of locating a plant on the Gogebic Range. According to Donna Kenney, of Marenisco Township, the company approached the township about a job fair two to three weeks ago.

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  13. MDOC requests lawsuit dismissalRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2018 | Daily Globe

    A judge's decision on a lawsuit filed by Marenisco Township to attempt to prevent closure of the Ojibway Correctional Facility could come as soon as a week. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filed a response Monday to the lawsuit on behalf of the Michigan Department of Corrections.

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  14. Veterans, family, friends enjoy fall color ORV rideRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - Off-road vehicle drivers lined up in Wakefield Saturday for the 5th annual Color Ride for Veterans, which was sponsored by the Western U.P. Trail Advocates. "You don't have to be a vet," said organizer Jim Spencer of the small fleet departing from VFW Post 9084.

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  15. 100 years ago today, Bessemer soldier died on first day of warRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Bessemer - REQUIESCAIT IN PACE is engraved in Latin on the bottom of a prominent tombstone in Bessemer 's Hillcrest Cemetery, where the city's first recognized war hero lies. Corp. Peter Gedda, of the U.S. Army's Fourth Infantry Division, 39th Infantry Regiment, Company D, died 100 years ago today in France in the Meuse-Argonne offensive.

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  16. Wakefield supports OCF for UP prisoner housingRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2018 | Daily Globe

    Wakefield - The Wakefield city council voted Monday in favor of a resolution supporting the continued operation of Marenisco 's Ojibway Correctional Facility as "a housing unit for Upper Peninsula prison inmates." The unanimous vote for Resolution No.

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

    Sep 22, 2018 | 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 .

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  18. Kasey Gene OzzelloRead the original story

    Sep 19, 2018 | 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.

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

    Sep 16, 2018 | 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.

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  20. County board resolution opposes Ojibway closureRead the original story

    Sep 13, 2018 | 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.

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