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Peak Gymnastics team hosts trial run before first meet

Peak Gymnastics team hosts trial run before first meet:

Peak Gymnastics and Fitness in Marquette held a mock meet Saturday for their Level 4 girls gymnastics team
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Bringing fairy tales to life at the Peter White Public Library

Bringing fairy tales to life at the Peter White Public Library:

The Peter White Public Library held its first Once Upon A Time Puppet Theatre show of its season Saturday
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Hundreds of people come out to Jig It for annual ice fishing tournament

Hundreds of people come out to Jig It for annual ice fishing tournament:

Jig It! Ice Fishing on Bay De Noc
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Beginners try winter sports at Winter Trails Day

Beginners try winter sports at Winter Trails Day:

Winter Trails Day in Rapid River gives first time skiers and snowshoers the chance to try the sport for free
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Local man walking once again after beating the odds

Local man walking once again after beating the odds:

Back in October, doctors told Ryan Koski that he may never walk again. Today he is proving them wrong
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US-2 closed due to fatal traffic crash

US-2 closed due to fatal traffic crash:

The Michigan State Police reports US-2 is closed approximately one mile east of Manistique due to a fatal traffic crash
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Power restored in Wakefield

Power restored in Wakefield:

The Gogebic County Sheriff’s Office reports that power has been restored to the City of Wakefield after a power outage that started Friday night
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Windsor Center Offers Cheap Family Entertainment

Windsor Center Offers Cheap Family Entertainment:

The Windsor Center in Iron River now offers free movie showings for the whole family
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Boy Scout Merit Badge Day At Ski Brule

Boy Scout Merit Badge Day At Ski Brule:

Over 100 Boy Scouts hit the ski hill on Saturday to learn how to ski and snowboard
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Attorney general: Road salt price spikes didn’t break law

Attorney general: Road salt price spikes didn’t break law:

The Michigan attorney general’s office has found no evidence of price-fixing or other illegal conduct by road salt suppliers after drastic increases in the cost of the commodity used to tame icy roads
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