Crews have been working since the first week in January to carve the chapel which will hold 150 to 200 mass attendees. There will be three different ice mass events, one this Friday at 5:30 p.m., a candlelight mass Friday at 10 p.m. and a final morning mass 10 a.m. Saturday.
South Shore Fishing Association sponsored the 4th annual Teal Lake Ice Fishing Derby. Cash prizes were awarded to the anglers with the longest perch, longest walleye, and largest pike. There were also door prizes and a raffle for new members.
Courage Incorporated is an Ishpeming-based organization that helps individuals and veterans with physical disabilities enjoy the outdoors. Saturday, the group hit the ice during the Teal Lake Ice Fishing Derby.
Heikki Lunta festivities kicked off Friday with a bonfire. Skiers and snowboarders also participated in the Irontown Rail Jam. There was also public luging at the U.P. Luge Club, snowshoe lantern tours of old town, and an open house at the Negaunee VFW.
TV6's Cameron Chinn visited Norlite Nursing Center Thursday. He gave a presentation on clouds and their relation to the weather. From funnel clouds to cumulonimbi, residents learned about different cloud types and how to identify them.