Wind Turbulence, Calumet Art Center activities, and an opening on the Hancock City Council
Front Page, week of Feb. 5, 2022
Wind Turbulence, Ep. 3
This podcast episode features interviews with Copper Country Audubon Society Vice President Joseph Youngman and KBIC Natural Resources Department Wildlife (and bat study) Coordinator Kyle Seppanen.
We discuss some of what supported EGLE’s decision last year to deny Circle Power the permit based on the anticipated environmental impacts of the project.
Art's Corner by Miriam Pickens
This month’s Art’s Corner features the goings-on at the Calumet Art Center.
Hancock City Council, Feb. 2, 2022
Councilor Will Lytle resigned his seat on the council on short notice to accept a new job in Moscow, Idaho.
The Exploitation of Ontonagon, Part 2
The second installment of Bruce Johanson’s feature story.
The Inside Scoop
This week’s inside scoop is kind of a scatter-shot of newsy tidbits. I’ll start with the good news and work through the rest.
Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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Maggie Denney, The Lode
Student reporter Maggie Denney reviews the future plan for MTU’s campus.
Jesse Wiederhold, Upper Michigan Source
An update on the bobcat who entered rehab after pouncing on a porcupine.
Jay Cohen, Associated Press
I can’t say this is the news I like to see come out of the area, but it shouldn’t be ignored, either. We learn from our mistakes, but only if we recognize them.
Laina Stebbins, Michigan Advance
“As the most infectious COVID-19 variant yet continues to ravage Michigan and crescendo toward an expected peak in the coming weeks, workers are grappling with new challenges almost two years into the pandemic.”
Thomas Fournier, ABC10 UP
“Grooming the hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails in the Upper Peninsula can be a thankless job. It can be pretty rare to see a groomer but the hard work starts bright and early – or rather, in the dark.”