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Marquette Family Medicine Residency graduates physicians from program

July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — Amardeep Dhugga, MD, Chelsea Ray, MD, Asma Shahid, MD, Hnan Sharif, MD and Jonathan Webb, DO, have graduated after completing three years of training with the Marquette Family Medicine... more »»

Florence bank receives award

July 1, 2015 FLORENCE, Wis. more »»

Farmers & Artisans Market open on July 4

July 1, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — The Iron Mountain Farmers & Artisans Market will be open on July 4. The market is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon across from the Dickinson County Library. more »»

U.S. court agrees Apple violated antitrust law in e-book entry

July 1, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices when it entered a market in 2010 that had been dominated by Amazon. more »»

OxyContin maker bows out of meeting

July 1, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — The makers of the potent painkiller OxyContin have pulled out of a federal meeting to review the company’s harder-to-abuse version of the much-debated drug. more »»

Vincent retires from VAMC after 31 years of federal service

June 24, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — Anna Vincent started at the Iron Mountain VA Medical Center on March 4, 1984, and retired on May 29, 2015. She started her VA career as a food service supervisor. more »»

Williams joins Leeds Real Estate as agent

June 24, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — Ed Williams has joined the staff at Leeds Real Estate in Iron Mountain as a new sales agent. Williams has been a resident of the Iron Mountain-Kingsford area for 20 years. more »»

First National Bank plans shredding event for Aug. 22

June 24, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — The First National Bank & Trust Co. of Iron Mountain is sponsoring their fourth annual Shred Fest on Saturday, Aug. more »»

Five financial lessons to pass on to your children

June 24, 2015 By MARC MOGAN One of the greatest lessons you can pass on to your children is teaching them how to budget, save and spend wisely. more »»

Retailers expecting summer sales gains

June 24, 2015 LANSING — Michigan retailers' summer sales forecasts remain strong despite a dip in sales in May, according to the latest Michigan Retail Index, a joint project of Michigan Retailers Association... more »»

New business opens

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Van Harpen receives Ph.D. from Cardinal Stritch University

June 22, 2015 MILWAUKEE — An Iron Mountain woman was among the graduates attending the Cardinal Stritch University’s 2014-15 commencement ceremony held at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on May 17. more »»

UPPCO provided grants totaling $108,317 in 2014 for worthwhile causes

June 22, 2015 ISHPEMING — Upper Peninsula Power Co. (UPPCO) provided direct grants valued at $108,317 to non-profit organizations, associations and worthwhile community causes in 2014. more »»

Jacobs Funeral Homes offers funeral luncheons

June 22, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — The Jacobs Funeral Homes are now offering funeral luncheons with a wide range of menu options. more »»

Ribbon cutting held

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Furlow graduates from medical training program

June 19, 2015 NEW YORK — Iron Mountain native Paul William Furlow graduated from the Weill Cornell/Rockefeller University/Memorial Sloan-Kettering Tri-Institutional Medical Scientist Training Program at Carnegie... more »»

Italian Fest, Tour de Dickinson work together

June 19, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — For the ninth year, the members of the Tour de Dickinson and Italian Fest Committees are once again working together to bring fun and tourism to this area. more »»

Free assessment offered by Lifetime Fitness with Interactive Metronome

June 17, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — Lifetime Fitness is now offering a new tool to improve speech/communication, coordination and learning in adults and children suffering from a number of conditions including ADHD an... more »»

Escanaba coal-fired power plant closes down

June 17, 2015 ESCANABA (AP) — A coal-fired power plant that produced electricity for the Escanaba area closed Monday, the result of market conditions and energy needs in the Upper Peninsula. more »»



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