Summer prep and plans
Front Page, May 21, 2022
Just a couple of short items for you today!
First is an addendum to last week’s story from Jennifer Donovan.
Dial Help and the Mental Health Support Group - Keweenaw Area released the video from the meeting Jennifer reported on. Here it is.
The Inside Scoop
A quick “behind-the-scenes” update for Copper Beacon’s paying subscribers.
With the weather warming up, a mid-term election well underway, a leaked Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, fresh video evidence of police misconduct, and new issues arising all the time, this summer is looking to be another one packed with protests.
Hancock has released their summer events calendar. The Tori & Farmer’s Market starts up on June 23, and Canal Rock starts up the following night in Porvoo Park with Conga Finn.
Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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John Raffel, L’Anse Sentinel
There’s unfortunately little public information available on this, as most of Raffel’s story is behind the Sentinel’s paywall. In short, MTU has decided the expense of maintenance and liability outweighs its historical value.
Michele Bourdieu, Keweenaw Now
Pilgrim Point is being planned as a future seaplane base, but not all of the local residents are amenable to the idea.
The Associated Press
“A second person died in a tornado that hit northern Michigan, authorities reported Saturday, as crews searched a mobile home park that was virtually destroyed by a rare twister in an area with no weather sirens.”