Iron Mountain’s Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center has opened a $12M addition to its Community Living Center, adding 12,300 square feet to the center and renovating nearly 4,000 square feet of the existing facility.
Michigan Lockdown and UP Impact, Legislative Issue Suggestions, Generational Changes in Local Government, 109th Seat, and Moose Car Licking
Michigan lockdown and its U.P. impact, legislative issue suggestions, generational changes in local government, 109th seat in 2022, and Canada’s prohibition on moose car licking. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.
Fall Freshman Enrollment Down, COVID Cases Up, Marijuana Edibles in the UP, and Veterans Launching Ventures Course
Fall freshman enrollment is down, COVID cases are up, marijuana edibles in the UP, and details on new Veterans Launching Ventures course. Read about it in this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.
Check out Part Two of Upper Peninsula historian Russell Magnaghi’s report on early Euro-American commercial fishing in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.
Check out Part One of Upper Peninsula historian Russell Magnaghi’s report on early Euro-American commercial fishing in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.
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