Front Page, Week of November 26, 2022
Your meal is probably just a memory by now, and any leftover turkey is being reborn as sandwiches or soup. The last pieces of pie are disappearing quietly, and family visits are coming to an end.
While the time to speak our thanks aloud is ending, keeping gratitude in our hearts is the key to lasting happiness.
Speaking for Copper Beacon, we’re thankful for our readers, subscribers, and supporters. We’re thankful for the sources that grant us interviews. We’re thankful to the freelancers who do reporting for us. And we’re thankful for a country that grants us legal protection to publish what we write.
As an individual, I’m thankful to the board members and supporters in particular, without whom Copper Beacon as it is today would not be possible.
Thanks to all of you.
Admitting and fixing our errors is part of Copper Beacon’s commitment to transparency.
Normally, such a small slip might be considered a typo, and I could quietly fix it without any concern. However, because this was a proper noun which could potentially lead people to the wrong establishment, or confuse a Google search, I thought it's best to share a correction.
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Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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Upper Michigan Source (TV6)
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Wednesday that a Baraga County man was arrested for seeking out an officer posing as an underage girl online for sex.
The Associated Press
A bunch of things that do not, in fact, indicate voter fraud.
Joey Cappelletti and Ed White, Associated Press
Kyra Harris Bolden will become the first Black woman to serve on the Michigan Supreme Court, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Tuesday, choosing a young lawyer who lost a close election just two weeks ago.