Are the days of summer gone?
Front Page, week of September 10, 2022
I don’t want you to think by that title that I’m excited for an end to the warm days. I feel like this summer was rather cool and I’m not really ready for fall yet.
But here in the Houghton area, it definitely feels like the seasons have changed. The students have returned to classes, tree fruit is ripening, the days are getting short and we’re seeing heavy rains again.
If you haven’t gotten your favorite summer activities in yet, you’re certainly nearly out of time now.
We’ve got more stories coming down the pipe, but this week is light one again. That’s another thing that’s fading away.
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A brief update on what’s happening behind the scenes at Copper Beacon.
With classes resuming, summer events are winding down. The weekly calendar is currently empty (email your weekly events to firstname.lastname@example.org). There are still plenty of events coming up in September, though!
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Corey Williams, Associated Press
An interesting development in the continuing power struggle between unions and administrators.
The Associated Press
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Upper Michigan Source (TV6)
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