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Iron River resident arrested on marijuana, failure to appear charges

The Iron River Police Department arrested a 53-year-old Iron River resident for possession of marijuana and other charges.


The Iron River Police Department arrested a 30-year-old Iron River resident after a traffic stop around 8:30 p.m. on Monday, March 27.


A project open house will be hosted by the Forest on April 19, 2017 at the Au Train Township Hall from 5-7 p.m. Forest Service personnel will be on hand to answer questions and accept comment on the proposal.



A student organization at Northern Michigan University was giving students a chance to have an affordable professional head shot Wednesday afternoon.


DNR’s popular Outdoor Skills Academy expands statewide


UPDATE: Almost two weeks since girl found naked; No charges filed yet


Soldier stops to salute fallen veteran in pouring rain


Mackinac Bridge north tower to get a new paint job


Genesee County paid $212K to avoid lawsuit involving sheriff


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U.P. airport manager educating public about benefits of EAS program


Senate hearing to focus on Russian disinformation tactics


Police officers stop to play hockey with group of kids


The Latest: 2 kids electrocuted after North Texas storm


Severe storms expected in Mississippi Valley, Dixie Alley


Head Start registration starting soon


Escanaba River Bridge project ready to get underway


Body of missing Crystal Falls man found


Drama returns to Besse Center stage


Owl makes return visit to the Chocolay Raptor Center


Kivela receives Advocate Award from Michigan Association of Counties


Second annual Lake Superior Hospice Lip Sync Battle this Friday


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