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Italians get offensive, swamp Swedes 23-10 - Iron County Reporter
Raise a glass of chianti to the Italians, who dominated the Swedes 23-10 at the annual Wop-Swede Game, played at Runkle Lake Park July 12. Front row, from left: Christian Valesano, David Lesandrini, Herbie Nylund, Bill Santilli, Tony Santilli, Scott ...
25 teams join in scramble - Iron County Reporter
CHICAUGON LAKE—Twenty-five teams took part in NorthStar Health System Volunteer Services’ 23rd annual Going for the Green 18-hole golf scramble, held June 20 at George Young Recreational Complex. The team of Jason Smedlund, Tyge Benson, Todd Sabotta ...
Bloodmobile set for July 24 - Iron County Reporter
IRON RIVER—The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General Hospital, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive from 5 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 24 at NorthStar Health System For an appointment, call Mark Radke at 906-360-0232 or 265-3098.
CF Summer Fest heats up July 26 - Iron County Reporter
CRYSTAL FALLS—Now is the time to register for the second annual Grillin’ on the Hill event, taking place in downtown Crystal Falls. This free competition is open to everyone. All interested parties need to do is preregister, bring their charcoal grill ...
IC Museum to present early history of Stambaugh on Aug. 7 - Iron County Reporter
CASPIAN—The early history of Stambaugh Township and Stambaugh City will be presented at the Iron County Museum on Thursday, Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. Tickets for the Stambaugh Township-Stambaugh City Revue are $8, and are available for advance purchase at the ...
Apple Blossom ribbon-cutting - Iron County Reporter
Iron River Mayor Terry Tarsi cuts the ribbon to officially open the Apple Blossom Apartments on Cayuga Street July 21, following a short program detailing the long but successful process of converting the old Central School building into housing.
Genesee Street project about halfway finished complete - Iron County Reporter
IRON RIVER—The ongoing Genesee Street DIG project is moving along and on schedule, but not without a hiccup or two. Two months into the scheduled four-month project, work is about 50 percent complete, it was reported during the Iron River City ...
Stambaugh Township will replace well’s pump - Iron County Reporter
STAMBAUGH TOWNSHIP—At its July 2 regular monthly meeting, the Stambaugh Township Board reported that a pump in one of the township’s three wells needed to be replaced. The bill to install a new pump in the No. 2 well at Indian Lake was $3,409.60 from ...
New township road plan revealed - Iron County Reporter
IRON RIVER— In hopes of getting projects on a faster track, a revised schedule for local/township road project requests was announced at the July 15 monthly meeting of the Iron County Road Commission. The new schedule was announced by Road Superintendent ...
Pentoga gets new dock donation - Iron County Reporter
Through the efforts of Wildlife Unlimited, a new dock was donated to the Pentoga Park boat launch. Pictured, from left, are Iron County Sheriff Mark Valesano, Wildlife Unlimited members Larry Pifke, Robert Gallup and Bob Pozniak, Pentoga Park Manager Pat ...