No news is good news? Doubtful.
Front Page, week of July 16
Only a little bit of great news to share with you this week.
The paperwork I’ve been waiting months for finally arrived!
I got it turned around and sent back out, and now we’re playing the waiting game again, just with a different government agency. In theory, this should be a shorter wait, but the last one wasn’t supposed to take so long, either. So we’ll see.
Only a couple more steps to go to reach full non-profit-dom!
There are a lot of things waiting on getting this paperwork done, I’m really hoping to make things move quickly once the waiting game is over.
I did find some pretty interesting “Other News” this week, though. Make sure to browse that for a minute.
The Keweenaw National Historical Park opened their Alden Steck Artwork display this week. If you’re interested in local artwork, it’s certainly worth a look. It ends on August 21.
Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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Frustrated with repeated cancelations, the city is looking for ways to ensure future visits can happen as —or nearly as— planned.
The Associated Press
Remember that baby they found in an outhouse in the ‘90s? (I do, and I was only ten years old.) Modern forensic science has helped to track down the mother who put it there.
After a man reported what he believed was a bear attack on himself, authorities investigated and couldn’t come up with clear evidence of such.