IRON COUNTY REPORTER
SERVING ALL OF MICHIGANâ€™S IRON COUNTY & SURROUNDING AREAS
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 â€˘ 128th Year, Number 49 â€˘ Iron River Publications, Inc. P.O. Box 311, Iron River, Michigan 49935
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Three proposals on Aug. 6 ballot
Fair raffle quilt on display
This yearâ€™s Iron County Fair Association raffle quilt is quite delightful. Called â€œNorthwoods Star Quiltâ€? and made by Karla Menucci of Iron River (left), it would look nice as either a spread or a throw. Dorothy Javoroski (right), member of the Fair Association, noted the quilt is among a number of
IRON COUNTYâ€”County voters will decide the fate of several ballot proposals during the election taking place next Tuesday, Aug. 6. Two are county-wide proposals, and one is for most of its western half. All three are renewals of existing millage. There are no elected offices on the Aug. 6 ballot. MEDICARE MOE: One ballot proposal is to renew the 1.5 levy that is used for maintenance of effort payments and operations at the county Medical Care Facility, located just east of Crystal Falls. The present MOE millage expires after this year. The renewal is for five years, 2014 through 2018. It is projected to raise $725,112 in revenue in its first year. SENIOR CENTERS: The senior center millage is 0.27 mills and will be used to operate all the senior centers in Iron County. It would raise $130,520 in its first year. The renewal is 0.25 mills for operations and 0.02 mills for program administration costs. items available in the raffle. Tickets are $5 each, or five for $20, and can be purchased from Fair Association members as well as at the fairgrounds during fair weekend, Aug. 1518. The drawing will be held Sunday afternoon.
FP adjusts â€˜perfectâ€™ attendance By Peter Nocerini CRYSTAL FALLSâ€”The definition of â€œperfect attendanceâ€? in the school handbook was tweaked slightly by the Forest Park School Board during its July 22 regular meeting. The change, which affects which students are exempt from taking final exams, takes effect this fall. Forest Park students are exempt from taking the final exam in a class if they meet three criteria: perfect attendance all semester (no absences, no tardies); a B or better (3.0) average in that class; and a B or better cumulative grade point average overall. The change? The words â€œall dayâ€? have been added to the perfect attendance rule. That means if a student leaves school for an hour or so for a doctorâ€™s appointment or whatever reason, they will no longer be considered to have perfect attendance. As before, the only exceptions are if a student has been absent because of a school activity or the funeral of an immediate family member, including grandparents. Board Member Bill St. John, chairman of the boardâ€™s policy committee, explained the change during the meeting. â€œYou wouldnâ€™t believe the hours we put on this,â€? he
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added. â€œIâ€™m not joking.â€? â€˘ With installation of a new phone system nearly finished, Technology Committee Chair Kim Scarlassara reported that starting this fall, the school system will only be using two phone numbers: 875-3131 for the elementary, middle school and high school offices and 875-6761 for the business office. The 875-6869 number will no longer be used. â€˘ Board Member Lisa Bloomburg told the board that Forest Park has been approved for an extra six cents per lunch for submitting a meal plan that meets state and federal nutritional criteria. She also reported that the audit has been completed, and the district is waiting for the results, expected in September. Business office personnel were congratulated for their work on the school districtâ€™s budget. Superintendent Becky Waters said Diane Rostagno, who did the audit, was impressed by how quickly they were able to answer any questions she had. â€œTheyâ€™re not sitting there like deer in headlights.â€? â€œBecause of you people,â€? Board President Jim Nocerini said, â€œweâ€™re keeping these doors open.â€? â€˘ Nocerini updated board members on the work on the gym bleachers and the new science room. Work on the latter project had been delayed to get a state inspection, but that was expected last week. Nocerini thanked Mike Hebert of Hebert Construction, â€œwhoâ€™s really taken a personal interest in this school,â€? for his help. â€˘ Bloomburg said the district will be sharing a Spanish teacher with North Dickinson this fall and is still looking for a speech therapist. She also reported that meetings with the districtâ€™s non-teaching union will begin
on Aug. 2. Meetings with the teachers union will start in the second week of August. â€˘ The board voted to advertise for a new school forester to replace John Force, who is retiring. At its August regular meeting, the board plans to present Force with a certificate of thanks for his many years of service to Forest Park. â€˘ Marty Ness, whose wife operates a state-licensed group home day care facility, asked the board about the district possibly renting space to a private party who also operates a day care. Waters said the district has been talking with the private party for six to nine months. â€œThey are trying to get licensed,â€? she said, â€œbut as you know, a lot goes into this.â€? Ness said he is concerned about the district possibly using public resources to subsidize a private operation
that competes with other businesses. Ness said he had other questions for the board, and Waters invited him to the boardâ€™s August work session. In reply to a question from Laura Ness, Waters said there are 34 students expected in first grade this year, split into two sections. On other matters, the board: --Decided not to offer Michigan Works office space in the school building, mainly because of security issuesâ€” the buildingâ€™s doors would have to be open to the public after a major effort to improve school security. Starting this fall, all doors to the school building will be locked during the day. Visitors to Forest Park will have to enter via the elementary entrance, which will have a camera and intercom. They must speak with office staff before they are â€œbuzzed in.â€? Continued on page 5
The senior center millage expired in 2012. The renewal would fund the senior centers for four years, 2013 through 2016. WINDSOR REC AUTHORITY: The third ballot proposal will only be decided by voters in the city of Iron River and in Iron River, Bates and Stambaugh townships. It asks voters to approve a 0.5 mill levy for operation of the Windsor Recreation Association for two years, 2013 and 2014. Revenue from the millage will be used to operate and maintain the Windsor Auditorium at the Windsor Center (the former high school/middle school building on U.S. 2) and for adult and youth recreation programs based at the Windsor Center. It would raise $122,000 across the four units in its first year. Although the ballot language does not specifically say that the Rec Authority millage is a renewal, it is. The cities of Caspian and Gaastra are not members of the Recreation Authority, and their voters will not vote on this.
Tentative accord for WIC, teachers By Peter Nocerini IRON RIVERâ€”A tentative agreement on a new labor agreement has been reached between the West Iron County schools and its teaching staff. School Board members learned about the agreement, which had been reached the week before, during an executive session held at the end of their July 15 regular meeting. No action was taken. The old contract with West Ironâ€™s teachers had expired in June 2012. A state mediator was used during the negotiations, which began in July 2012. â€œThere have been so many state law changes over the last two years,â€? said Superintendent Chris Thomson. â€œA lot of issues needed to be resolved due to the law changes that occurred in the state.â€? No details about the tentative agreement have been announced. That information wonâ€™t be released until after contract language is approved by both sides and the Education
Jordan Stanek stands near his pork shoulder during the Smokinâ€™ on the Hill cook-off, held July 27 during Crystal Falls Summer Fest. The theme of the cook-off was smoked pork. Stanek and other competitors were judged by Charlie Steele from the MacDonald House, Ray Bortolini from the Ravenâ€™s Nest and Pat Sommers from Sommers Sausage Shop.
Associationâ€™s members ratify the contract. In March, West Iron County administrators ratified a new labor agreement with its non-teaching staff. That one runs through June 2015. â€˘ The board heard Finance Chairman Rob Possanza report that the district ended up spending 87 percent of what it had budgeted for 2012-13. â€œEverybody did a great job,â€? he said. Even with several bills still to be paid, â€œWeâ€™re still going to come around 92 percent of our expenditures, saving about eight percent. â€œThatâ€™s fantastic compared to years when we spend 95, 96, 97 percent.â€? Possanza said his committee is now producing a monthly report on how sinking fund revenue is being used. Also, a separate technology fund will be developed. â€˘ The district has kept the Community Schools in its budget since 2008, even though the program has largely been inactive. At the July 15 meeting, the board decided to disburse most of its $49,000 budget balance: $22,500 for technology and $22,500 for transportation/bus purchase The remaining $4,000 will stay in the renamed â€œcommunity servicesâ€? fund, which still handles GED testing, Great Eight Games, day care and tot lot. â€œMost of it is money in and money out,â€? said Possanza. â€œItâ€™s pretty much a wash.â€? â€˘ In other business, the board: --Heard a update from Thomson about the conversion of the former locker rooms to conference rooms in the elementary building. Work is in progress. --Approved the purchase of a new server and a larger storage unit from Teck Solutions at a total cost of $11,600. Thomson noted that the district is often near its storage capacity. --Approved a number of NEOLA policies.
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Rubber stamp group meets IRON RIVER—The local group of rubber stamp/scrap artists will meet in the J. Patrick White Conference Room of the West Iron District Library on Thursday, Aug. 1, at 4:30 p.m. Barb Bacsa will be the demonstrator. Participants are asked to bring the following items if you have them: bone folder, scissors, paper cutter,
adhesive, vellum, white embossing powder, Versamark, heat gun and SU set “Secret Garden” with (or without) the matching dies. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend and bring projects they are currently working on. “Come and learn from each other.” The crafting group meets monthly.
Genealogy group will meet Aug. 1
IRON RIVER—On Thursday, Aug. 1, the Iron County Genealogical Society will meet at 1 p.m., in the J. Patrick White Conference Room at the West Iron District Library. It will be an informal meeting. The group will be sharing and assisting those in attendance. For more information, visit www.ironcountymigenealogicalsociety.org.
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Rainy weather didn’t wash away the face painting table sponsored by Job’s Daughters. Everyone involved in the painting were sheltered under a colorful umbrella.
NORTHSTAR Health System Ice Lake Medical Clinic Dedication
You are invited to attend a special dedication ceremony of the remodeled NORTHSTAR Health System Ice Lake Clinic. The ceremony, which will include refreshments and a tour of our updated facility, will be held on: Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 5:15 PM–6:30 PM, at 1300 W. Ice Lake Road, Iron River. The renovations include new information technology infrastructure for NORTHSTAR’S new Electronic Medical Record, additional exam rooms, and updated interior and exterior areas. The improvements will allow for enhanced patient flow, additional provider services, and a more positive patient experience.
Join us as we celebrate this next step on our journey to excellence. The rain didn’t stop the crowds from shopping during the flea market. Several vendors had tents over their goods to keep them dry.
Photos by Nikki Mitchell
Crystal Theatre manager Dave Wickerham shows the guided tour group the view of the theatre from the balcony seating.
Brendon Plowe stands next to his Green Egg smoker during the Smokin’ on the Hill cook-off. His smoker held pork butt that he would be making pulled pork with.
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Beechwood Hall bell tower restored
The crew that constructed the bell tower stand with UPPCO employees at the Beechwood Hall, from left, are Roger Bofinger, Dale Holm, Dale Melstrom, Doug Gerner (UPPCO), Dan Melstrom (UPPCO), Dennis Turner, Jerry Johnson, Gary Lopez. Not pictured: Ken Javoroski, Lane Hagen and Kelly Gustafson. (submitted photo)
Post 21 plans Aug. 3 picnic IRON RIVER—All members of American Legion Reino Post 21, its Auxiliary, Sons of the Legion and Legion Riders are invited to a picnic at Sunset Lake on Saturday, Aug. 3, at noon. The group will be eating at 2 p.m. Members are asked to bring dishes to pass, and Post 21 will supply the drinks, chicken, brats, corn and hot
dogs. Munchies and corn will be available at noon. There will be drawings, raffles and 50-50s all day. The group is collecting dues at that time. Legion dues are $35, Auxiliary dues are $25, Sons are $15 and Legion Riders are $12. “We would like to see some new young members,” said a spokesman. “If you take
Library will host antiques appraiser IRON RIVER—The West Iron District Library will host Mark Moran, an antiques and fine art appraiser, for a fundraising event on Thursday, Aug. 8, from 3 to 6 p.m. There will be a $15 per item appraisal fee. A portion of appraisal fees will be donated back to the library. Moran has been a guest expert on the PBS series “Antiques Roadshow” and has co-authored more than 25 books on antiques and collectibles. He has bought and sold antiques for more than 30 years. While in Iron River, he may be available to make a house call for an appraisal. If the library is contacted by an interested person after the program is full and has items to be appraised, the host organization would receive a
10 per cent commission. House charges are $75 per hour. For more information or to register, call the library at 906265-2831.
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West Iron prom royalty
West Iron County prom queen Morgan Eagloski and king Bryson Heimerl (left) stand next to first princess Megan Eagloski and first prince Victor Bartel during the event, whose theme was “Midnight in Paris.” Not pictured: second princess Brianna Lambert, second prince Chasz Jonet, third princess Cassilyn Pellizzer and third prince Adam Newby. (submitted photo)
FP Academic Boosters set annual pasty sale
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“LEGALLY SPEAKING” by ATTORNEY HANNAH L. GOODMAN What is a “countable asset” for purposes of qualifying for Medicaid eligibility? A “countable asset” is an asset that is available and not part of the excluded category. Countable assets will be considered to determine your Medicaid eligibility. In order to qualify for Medicaid assistance an individual may only have $2,000 or less in countable assets. If countable assets exceed $2,000 during a month, the Medicaid benefits may be terminated. Examples of countable assets include, but are not limited to, checking accounts, savings accounts, mutual funds, nonhomestead real estate (hunting property or a lake cottage). An individual is allowed to maintain certain assets that are considered “excluded assets” for Medicaid purposes. Excluded assets are not counted as part of the $2000 limit.
Attorney Hannah L. Goodman, Law Office of Steven J. Tinti, P.O. Box 98, Crystal Falls, Michigan 49920, (906) 875-7451 R03 10/31
a DD214 to the Legion or to a member officer, you can sign up to join. “Our Desert Storm from 1990 on, Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, women and men, are greatly needed to keep our legion open and thriving.” Contact Andy Becker, service officer, about VA help or any other questions—contact the post for his phone number. The post will hold its annual rummage and bake sale on Aug. 9 and 10, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the basement of the Post 21 hall. All new items, and all money goes towards scholarships, the animal shelter, the museum, the cancer unit, veterans fundraisers and VA hospitals.
The bell tower on the Beechwood Hall has been restored to look the way it did when the building was the Beechwood School from 1914 to 1933. On July 23, UPPCO employees Dan Melstrom and Doug Gerner volunteered their time, skills and lift truck to raise the tower into position while Beechwood Historical Society members watched. The original schoolbell is on display in the foyer of the hall. (submitted photo)
CRYSTAL FALLS—Forest Park’s Academic Booster Club will be sponsoring its annual pasty sale to coincide with the Crystal Falls Humungus Fungus Fest on Friday, Aug. 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 pm. Pasties may be purchased
for $4 each at the basement entrance of the United Lutheran Church. Pre-orders are encouraged and can be made by contacting the Forest Park superintendent’s office at 8756761. The deadline for orders is Thursday, Aug. 8.
I’d like to thank everyone for all the cards, gifts and well wishes for my “94th” birthday. It will always be remembered.
To my friends and relatives who visited me in the hospital and Iron River Care Center, and to them for the good care I received. Thanks to all who sent me cards.
Carol Mehlberg R10 7/31
Heritage Trail donation
Scott Roehl, operation supervisor for UPPCO, presents Heritage Trail representative Melissa Powell with a $500 donation to the Friends of the Iron County Heritage Trail. Donations can be sent to Friends of the Heritage Trail, c/o Pat Dishaw, treasurer, 200 Camp Five Road, Crystal Falls, MI 49920. (submitted photo)
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL WHEN: August 5-9 TIME: 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. AGES: 4 - entering 5th grade GAMES - MUSIC - SNACKS
The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything A Veggietales VBS YOHOHO SHOW First Baptist Church, 800 Selden Rd. 265-4334
“OUR COMMUNITY” On June 15th a benefit was held at AmericInn for our daughter Jayni, who is currently undergoing treatment for Nodular Lymphocyte-Pre-dominant Hodgkin Lymphoma. This was yet another testimony of how “our” wonderful community pulled together with compassion and self-giving. Our family owes a huge thank you to my co-workers for all their efforts, and all those who donated baked goods and crafts for the bake sale. There was also a silent auction that was made possible by generous donations from (not listed in any particular order): Iron River Supply, Cathi’s Hair Salon, The Bike Shop, Corner Drug, Mane on Monroe, Anderson Service, Beef-A-Roo, Central Arts, ACE Hardware, Zippidy’s, Branding Iron, KFC, Kermit’s, Scott’s, Snipe Lake Pub, Mr. T’s, Cozee Bar, Jubilee Foods, Binks Coca-Cola, Silver Moon, Happy Trails Trading Post, E&E Trustworthy, Main Street Cafe, Ella Grace Photography, Affordable Memories Photography, High Rise Bakery and Chris’ Hair Studio. A special thank you to the Iron County Reporter and WIKB for the fantastic job promoting the benefit. Last but most certainly not least, a gigantic thank you for all who attended the benefit, for all who sent cards, lifted us up in prayer and to our beautiful array of family and friends. We are truly blessed to live in such a generous community. God Bless you all.
Everett and Rhonda Angeli R01 7/31
Thank You The WIC Varsity Basketball Team would like to thank the Grubbs family for the use of their vehicle this weekend, as well as Stateline Chevrolet in Crystal Falls. It was greatly appreciated on such short notice. The boys had a great time at team camp. R14 7/31
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Apply at the Nor thwoods Animal Shelter by August 6, 2013 930 Selden Road, Iron River, MI
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From the Reporter files
Remember when… Ten years ago (2003): Congratulations to Teresa (Johnson) and Michael Cimarelli of Iron River on the birth of Aaron Michael on Aug. 9 at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. Aaron joins a brother, Matthew. Shelly Kunchynski, daughter of Kim and Gary Kunchynski of Iron River, and Mike Purdy, son of Joetta Greig of Caspian and Dennis Purdy of Goldsboro, N.C., were united in marriage Sept. 21 at St. Cecilia Catholic Church with Father Norm Clisch officiating. Brian Perry of Crystal Falls has been named to both the fall and winter semester dean’s lists at Grand Valley State University. Twenty-five years ago (1988): The career of Iron County’s foremost contributor to the field of wildlife art ended last week when Lee LeBlanc, 74, died July 21 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield, Wis., after a lengthy illness. Photo: 1988 U.P. Championship Rodeo Queen Diane Poe, 17, of Gladstone, proudly displays a commemorative saddle, emblematic of the honor. She is flanked by second runner-up Holly Hooper, 17,
of Iron River and first runnerup Brenda Ayers, 23, of Iron River. Congratulations to Diane and Roland Kennedy of Crystal Falls on the birth of Peter Gordon on Aug. 1 at Iron County General Hospital. Heather Knapp has been named the winner of the U.P. Championship Rodeo window painting contest. Second prize went to Loana Smith. Fifty years ago (1963): Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogers are the parents of a son, Richard John, born Aug. 5. He joins a brother Robert. Photo: A new pose and a smile are a few of the details that Carol Ghiggia and Chris Solander of the Stambaugh High School cheerleading squad practiced while attending the Smith Walbridge Midwest Cheerleading camp at Syracuse, Ind. Ann Marie Passamani, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Passamani, became the bride of William G. Carne, son of William Carne and Mrs. Joyce Holmes of Iron River, in a ceremony recently at First United Presbyterian Church in Iron River with the Rev. Clayton Parcels officiating.
From the Diamond Drill files
Out of the past... 1888: The Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co. will be here all of next week and perhaps two weeks. They have a grand free show every night with change of programs. Don’t fail to see them. Little girls and boys are turning many a nickel now picking blueberries. The lawn social under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society was a success, everything seemed to conspire to that and except the weather which was decidedly bad and had the affect of changing the original place of a “lawn social” to a “parlor social”. 1913: There was quite a time from 10:30 to close to midnight at the council meeting last Monday night. It wasn’t a Quaker meeting: just waiting to see how long it would take Mayor Nesbitt to ask for a motion to employ a night watchman for the first ward at $25 per month. When the clock struck midnight, the mayor had not made up his mind so the aldermen voted to adjourn. 50 years ago: Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell, Kankakee, Ill., display the largest of the fish they caught this week in Gilbert Lake. The large northern held by Mr. Mitchell weighed 11 pounds 4 ounces. His wife displays a 4 pound, 5
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Keep senior centers open!
To the editor: Voters of Iron County, vote yes in the Aug. 6 special election for the senior center millage renewal. Passing of this renewal of the .27 mills for operations of the senior centers for 2103, 2014, 2015 and 2016 will make it possible for our Iron River Senior Center to continue serving the noon meals, delivering meals to the home-bound, providing a friendly gathering place for all ages, the enjoyment of various activities and local transportation. Additionally, the Iron River Senior Center’s Site Council
ounce bass. The northern was a winner in the Bass Festival contest. On Sept. 9, the qualified voters of the city of Crystal Falls will visit the polling place to register their opinion by ballot for a proposal that the city issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $210,000 for the purpose of financing an expansion of the municipal hospital facility. 25 years ago: Headline: Clifford Salin to Serve as V-JDay Parade Marshall. After many times marching in the V-J Day Parade, Clifford Salin will ride as this year’s grand marshal. Headline: Helen Scadden Selected as Woman of the Year. She’s been playing along with Crystal Falls music for over a half century now, accompanying its choruses and choirs and instructing its children, but finally Helen Scadden will be alone in the spotlight as “Woman of the Year.” Harbour House Museum volunteers are available to help people find information on family members or general information from articles published in The Diamond Drill (editions from the late 1800s to late 1900s). Contact the museum at info@harbourhousemuseum. org.
Invitation to Bid Notice is hereby given by the West Iron Board of Education to receive three sealed bids for removing, restoring, and demolition of items located on the school campus. • Bid #1: The concrete sidewalk (106’ x 9’) needs to be removed that is located between the Stambaugh Elementary Building and the old Bus Garage. Once removed, this will need to be replaced with sloped access for vehicle traffic. •
Bid #2: Restore the parking area (100’ x 20’) East of the Northeast corner of the West Iron County High School.
Bid #3: Demolition of the Old Bus Garage located on the school campus.
A bid specification sheet may be picked up at the administration building. Each project will be constructed under an individual contract specified Bid #1, Bid #2 or Bid #3 with each individual bid received on a lump sum basis. Bids should be mailed and marked: West Iron County Public Schools “Bid #____” 601 Garfield Ave. Iron River, MI 49935 Bids will be accepted until 12:00 noon on August 5th, 2013. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive minor irregularities in the bids as it deems will be in the best interest of the school district.
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sponsors a monthly dance, pancake breakfast and various special meals throughout the year, all well attended and successful. We have a beautiful facility that is also available for organizational meetings, parties, reunions, and special gatherings. If you have not taken advantage of a visit to your Iron River Senior Center, do so at your earliest convenience. And remember: this special election for the senior centers is a renewal, not an increase. Vote yes and continue to enjoy the Iron River Senior Center. Don’t pass up your privilege to vote. -s- Char Soderbloom, Site Council member, Iron River Senior Center
‘So many to thank!’
Dear Editor, As my time as Miss Iron County nears the end, I have so many people to thank. I need to thank my sponsor Iron River Motorsports. Thank you to everyone who supported me through my Miss Iron County experience, including everyone in the community, my family, and my friends. I’d like to thank everyone at the Iron County Museum for allowing me to help out at events. A big thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt, you both made me feel so welcome at the museum. Not only do I have to send a huge thank you as Miss Iron Co. but I also have to send out a huge thank you to everyone who donated to Iron County Sharp Shooters in our effort to send Jesse Thoreson and I to Nebraska. Also, a humongous thank you to the Iron County Fair Board for allowing me to work on the poultry barn this summer. The barn looks so much better now, but without my volunteers, my dad, and Chris Cane none of it would have been possible. Finally, I need to thank my parents. Without these two I Continued on page 5
Hazard Mitigation Plan available for review IRONWOOD--The Western Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Region (WUPPDR) has recently made updates to the Iron County Hazard Mitigation Plan. The plan’s purpose is to identify hazard risks throughout the county and to become better prepared for them. The draft of the Iron County 2013-2018 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update will be available through Thursday, Aug. 22, for public review and comment prior to plan adoption by all local governments at regular meetings. A formal public hearing will also be held at an County Board meeting to be announced.
Next veterans picnic meeting will be Aug. 8 IRON COUNTY—The All Iron County Veterans Picnic Planning Committee is looking for volunteers to plan and help at this year’s Labor Day weekend event. Organizers report the first planning meeting was held July 25 at Crystal Falls VFW Post 2891. The next meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8, at American Legion Post 21 at 212 Washington Ave., Iron River. If needed, a third planning
Bids are due no later than 8-29-13. If you have any questions regarding this bid, feel free to call Renee Lupini, (906)779-0515. Northpointe reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Please forward your bids to: Renee Lupini, Community Supports Supervisor Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems 715 Pyle Drive Kingsford, MI 49802 R06 7/31
Public Works Director
The City of Iron River will accept letters of interest for the position of working Director of Public Works. Requirements include, but are not limited to, possession of valid Michigan driver’s license with CDL endorsement, 5 years supervisory experience, working knowledge of construction, operation and maintenance of municipal water pumping and distribution systems and sanitary sewer collection systems with multiple lift stations. Working knowledge of equipment maintenance, street maintenance, snow plowing, compost collection and park and recreation operations. Ability to plan, direct, coordinate and administer all activities and personnel of City public works department in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulation and direction from City government, State agencies, and other governmental units. Ability to prepare and monitor operating budget and capital budgets. Must have computer experience and familiarity with Word, Excel, SCADA, and GIS systems. Salary DOQE, benefits BC/BS and MERS. Please send a letter of interest and resume to City of Iron River, 106 W. Genesee St. Iron River, MI 49935 by 4 P.M. August 9, 2013. All applications shall be clearly marked DPW Director. The City of Iron River is an EOE. R11 7/31
meeting will be held at the Crystal Falls VFW post on Aug. 22 or 29. The annual All-Veterans Picnic will be held at noon on Sunday, Sept. 1, at Pentoga Park pavilion area, with registration starting at that time. With the growing number of participants each year, it is important to have each unit, as well as each of their auxiliaries, be represented at the planning meetings.
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Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems is requesting bids as follows: • Two full size 12 passenger vans- w/v8 engine • All vehicles must have Air, Automatic, Dual airbags, Power Steering, HD battery and Alternator, Power 4 wheel ABS brakes, AM/FM stereo and cruise control, preferably no cloth seats or carpet floor, Grated steal step by driver, passenger & sliding door, Rear Heat/AC & 3 sets of keys. • Five mid-size 4-door sedan • Vehicles must have Air, Automatic, Dual airbags, Power Steering, Power 4 wheel ABS brakes, AM/FM stereo and cruise control, 3 sets of keys. May be 4 or 6 Cylinder
Copies of the plan draft will be available for review by July 29 at the Iron County Courthouse in Crystal Falls; at West Iron District Library, 116 W. Genesee St., Iron River; and online at http://www.wuppdr. org. Print or electronic copies of the plan are also being sent to all local governments. Written comments will be considered by WUPPDR in cooperation with Iron County and local governments as appropriate. Comments must be received by Aug. 14 and may be mailed to WUPPDR, P.O. Box 365, Houghton, MI 49931, or e-mailed to Jerald Wuorenmaa, planner, at email@example.com.
SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS 1st Wednesday 1st Tuesday 2nd Monday
2nd Wednesday 2nd Thursday
3rd Monday 3rd Thursday 3rd Wednesday 3rd Wednesday 4th Monday Last Tuesday 15th of the Month
Stambaugh Township 7 p.m. CF Twp. Planning Commission and Zoning Board 4 p.m. Crystal Falls City 5:30 p.m. Mastodon Township 6 p.m. Hematite Township 5 p.m. Iron County Road Commission 8:30 a.m. Crystal Falls Township 4:30 p.m. Iron River Township 6 p.m. Bates Township 6 p.m. Caspian City Commission 5:15 p.m. Gaastra City Commission 4:30 p.m. County Board 6:00 p.m. Alpha Village Board 6 p.m. West Iron County Bd. of Ed 5 p.m. Economic Development Corp. 8 a.m. Iron River City Commission 2 p.m. Mansfield Township 6:30 p.m. Forest Park Bd. of Ed. 6 p.m. WIC Sewer Authority 8 a.m. Watersmeet Twp. (if the 15th is a Friday, then the following Monday 7 p.m.
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Cub Scouts make duck houses
Cub Scouts from Pack 505 show their handiwork in the Wild West Rodeo parade. Their project with Ducks Unlimited was to build duck houses, which will be placed in various locations in Iron County. (submitted photo)
Forest Park School Board . . . Continued from page 1 --Learned that the school bus fleet has passed its annual State Police inspection with no comments. It also heard that bus routes are being finalized. Mileage and time on the bus should be less this year, Waters
Viewpoint . . . Continued from page 4 wouldn’t be the person I am today. My mom, she takes on so much just to make sure everything is perfect. My dad, he misses so much being on the road all the time, but without him I wouldn’t have the funding to participate in all my activities. Let’s just say I keep them both busy. There’s never a dull moment around them. Thank you both for everything. Again thank you all so much! -s- Alex Nelson, Miss Iron County
DARE golf set this Friday CRYSTAL FALLS—The Mark Morkin Memorial DARE. golf tournament will take place Friday, Aug. 2, at 11 a.m. at the George Young Golf Course. The cost is $200 a team and includes dinner and 18 holes of golf. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. Carts will be an extra charge. The deadline for entries was Monday, July 29. There will be cash prizes as well as 50-50 raffle and door prizes. For more information about the event, contact Iron County Deputy Sheriff Ryan Boehmke at 906-875-0650.
said, because “We dropped some significant outliers” through graduation. --Approved a Schools of Choice resolution for all grades except seventh grade: The district is estimating 30 seventh graders this fall, and any increase may require a second section, thus increasing expenses. --Approved the new school calendar, which matches the Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District so FP students can attend the voc center in
Kingsford. First day for students is Tuesday, Sept. 3. The annual PTO open house and orientation night will be Wednesday, Aug. 28. --Approved the milk bid from Jilbert’s Dairy: 25.5 cents per pint of 1 percent. Breakfast will continue to be free. --Approved the gas bid from Krist Oil Co., the only bidder. The district gets a seven-cent discount on the pump price per gallon and is exempt from taxes.
Strongman moves indoors Saturday CRYSTAL FALLS—How will the U.P.’s strongest men do under a roof? The U.P. Strongman Competition takes place this Saturday, Aug. 3, starting at noon, and for the first time the event will be held at the Nylund Food Center on Superior Avenue here. From its start, the event had been held on the Runkle Lake Park softball diamond, but fears of rain prompted organizers to put the event under a roof. Competitors in weightlifting events routinely chalk up their hands to remove moisture before they attempt a lift, and anything more than a drizzle would make a strongman event impossible to hold. Rain threatened the 2012 contest. It held off until after the event, but organizers decided not to risk an outdoor event again. The event is still open to spectators. The entry fee is $3, and all proceeds will be donated to the Forest Park football
program. Full concessions will be available. Competition will be in four men’s divisions and an open women’s division. The men’s divisions are featherweight (175 pounds), lightweight (200), middleweight (230) and heavyweight (over 230). The events include a farmer’s carry, an overhead lift medley, a grip roller, stone over bar-rock lift and a medley event—sandbag, Conan wheel and tire chain lift. The grip roller is new this year. This year’s tiebreaker will be a deadlift hold. A women’s bench press event will also be held. The weigh-in starts at 8 a.m. Pre-registration is $20, and the fee is $25 at the door. Competitors must be 16 or older—minors need parental consent. To pre-register or pre-try events, contact Jim Butler (875-4266), Bill Santilli (8756020) or Lee Nylund (8754296).
Welcome Dr. Sarah Venditti!
Dianda visits Bearded Apple
Chamber of Chamber Director Bob Black took State Rep. Scott Dianda to enjoy a cup of coffee at Iron River’s new business, The Bearded Apple, during a recent visit. Pictured are (from left) Black, Bonnie Baldwin, Dianda, Glen Waarvic and Alex Field. (submitted photo)
Preschool screening dates set
KINGSFORD—The Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District, in conjunction with their Early Childhood Education and Special Education Departments, will be conducting a DIAL screening (child development screening) for children ages 3 to 5 on Tuesday, Aug. 20, in Iron County and Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 21 and 22, in Dickinson
Antoine race set Aug. 3 IRON MOUNTAIN—The Lake Antoine Classic will be held on Saturday, Aug. 3, at Lake Antoine County Park in Iron Mountain. The event, a benefit race for local area Special Olympics, has a variety of events for all ages and fitness levels. Many youth enjoy participating in the competitive 2-mile youth run, with awards given to the top three male and female runners in each age division from 5-19. Adults and teenagers compete in the 5-mile and 15K competitive runs. Plaques are given to the top three male and female overall finishers, and top three runners in each age division receive medals. Race day registration is accepted from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. with costs ranging from $17 to $25 per event ($5 any event for ages 12 and under). Everyone is welcome to enjoy refreshments and fresh fruit after the event. Contact Katie Maxon at 906-776-5918 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
County. The screening on Aug. 20 in Iron County will be conducted at the Bates Center in Iron River. The screening on in Dickinson County will be conducted at the Early Childhood Education Willis Center, at 245 N. Balsam Street, Kingsford. Screenings are open to the public on an appointment basis. The screening requires a relatively short time (about 30 minutes) and is easily interpreted. Developmental areas covered in the screening include cognitive or thinking skills, gross and fine motor skills (large and small muscle control), language and articulation capabilities of the child,
hearing and vision screening. If you want to have your preschooler screened free of charge, call the Early Childhood Education Department of the Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District at 906-779-2695 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. There is no fee for this service. Additionally, applications are being taken for the 201314 program year for Early Head Start, Head Start, Home Base Head Start and the Great Start Readiness Program. If you have a child between the ages of 3 and 5, and would like to submit an early application, call the Early Childhood Education Department at 906779-2695.
Buckboard contest winners during the recent Bass Festival. From left: Kerry Beck, Joe Vrancic, Tom Williams and Jeff Hagglund show their prizes. Williams and Hagglund won first place with a $50 cash prize. Beck and Vrancic won second place and a $30 cash prize. (submitted photo)
ENVIRONMENTAL DAY CAMP Tuesday, August 6 ~ 9:45-4:00 Iron County Museum ISTER PRE-REG 100 Brady Avenue, Caspian, MI NOW!
Call 906-265-2617 to pre-register Children 6-16 years
• Art Inspired by Nature • Hitchhikers in our Backyard! • Build a Birdhouse • My Magic Recycled Wallet ...and More! $500 fee ~ lunch will be provided.
Sponsors: Caspian DDA, Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition
Specializing in the medical and surgical diagnosis and
Sarah Venditti, MD Dickinson Medical Building 1711 S. Stephenson Avenue Suite 100 Iron Mountain, MI (906) 779-9870
treatment of musculoskeletal problems including: • Sports Medicine • Arthroscopic Surgery • Rotator Cuff Repair • Carpal Tunnel • Joint Pain & Arthritis • Joint Replacement • Fractures, Sprains, Strains • Osteoporosis
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Iron River Housing Commission Sunset Manor Apartments 208 Jefferson Avenue Iron River, MI 49935 906-265-5540
City View Apartments 236 3rd Avenue Iron River, MI 49935 906-265-4398
Free Laundry Facilities Trash Removal & Utilities Included Must Meet HUD Income Requirements
A Great Place to Call Home!
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Obituaries... Marion Reijonen IRON RIVER—A graveside service for Marion Anderson Reijonen will be held at the Stambaugh Cemetery on Aug. 5 at 11 a.m.
RANDVILLE—Gerald A. Taff, 90, passed away on, July 24, 2013, at the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center. He was born on Nov. 28, 1922, in Florence, Wis., son of the late Dewey and Charlotte (Sternhagan) Taff. Gerald graduated from Kingsford High School in 1941. Following his graduation, he joined the United States Navy and served in the Pacific Theatre of Operations during WWII as a Radar Man aboard the USS Pensacola CA-24. Following his honorable discharge from the Navy he returned to this area and worked for Ford Motor Company in Kingsford and later worked for a number of local construction companies. Gerald started Taff Construction with his sons in 1970. He married Alice Hodgins on Dec. 14, 1991, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Iron Mountain. Gerald was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, American Legion Post 363 of Kingsford and the Disabled American Veterans. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, carpentry, gardening, making maple syrup and having breakfast with the guys. He especially enjoyed special times spent with his family and friends. Besides his parents, Gerald was preceded in death by his step-father George Lindgren; his in-laws Vernon and Hannah Hodgins; a brother Everette Taff; a sister Alice Meyer; brothers in-law, Ken Meyer, Paul Hodgins and Tom Hower; his son Kenneth Taff; and a great-granddaughter Elaina Taff. Gerald is survived by his loving wife, Alice; sons, David (Rachelle) Taff of Iron Mountain, Paul (Karie) Taff of Kingsford and Dickie (Valerie) Burby of Quinnesec; daughters, Carol (Gary) Nelson of Iron River and Jennifer (Lance) Maley of Carlisle, Penn.; grandchildren, Brent (Angie) Nelson, Michelle (Bill) Beth, Shane Nelson, Jeff (Chantel) Taff, Jaime (Brian Gholston) Taff, Brian Taff, Kelly (Chad Bianchi) Taff, Kasey (Jim Bowman) Taff, Tommy Taff, Travis Taff, Amber Miller, Austin Burby, Aubree Burby, Caden Rush and Hannah Rush; great grandchildren, Dustin, Alyssa, Cassity and Braden Beth, Dakotah, Paige, Payton Armbruster and Jackson Taff; sisters in law, Verna Hower of Kingsford, RuthAnn (Henry) Badini of Iron Mountain and Marge Hodgins of Kingsford. Funeral services were held July 29 at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church with Rev. Lee and Rev. Lori Liverance officiating. In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established in his memory. Condolences to the family of Gerald Taff may be expressed online at ernashfuneralhomes.com. The family has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon and Nash Funeral Home of Iron Mountain with the funeral arrangements.
WEST BEND—Victor G. Albiero, 84, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Sunday, July 21, 2013, at home. He was born Nov. 13, 1928, to Italian immigrants, Frank and Ida Albiero in Crystal Falls. Vic’s parents had both passed away by the time he was 13. As a result, Vic worked numerous jobs while growing up but still found time to participate in numerous sports and was an All-State running back in football. He graduated from Business School in Milwaukee and moved to West Bend to start his career as a salesman with Enger-Kress Leather Company in 1949, served in the Army for two years, then returned to Enger-Kress until he founded Rewards, Inc. in 1974. Vic married Genevieve Heppe on Jan. 15, 1955. They have six children: Tom (Mary Ann) Albiero, Peggy (Brian) Tornow, Greg Albiero, Jacci (John) Gambucci, Kris Boehmer and Rick (Jacque) Albiero. While raising their family in West Bend, he developed a strong commitment to community as evidenced through his philanthropic spirit with many local organizations. He loved the Lord, golf, fishing and the Green Bay Packers. He was a loving husband to Gen for 58 years, unfaltering father and proud grandfather of 14 grandchildren, and a true patriarch. As the “rock” of our family, he will truly be missed. Vic and Gen are charter members of St. Frances Cabrini Parish where Vic served as a Parish Council Member and Finance Committee Chair. Vic also served as a charter member of the Lions Club; founding member of the West Bend Little League and helped build the original field; Founding Member and First President of the Kettle Moraine YMCA, Manager for the Partner of Youth fund drive and co-chaired two expansion fund drives; Ambassador and Board Member for the Chamber of Commerce; Board of Directors, Chairman of various Committees for the West Bend Country Club; Member of the Evans Scholarship Committee; President and Member of the West Bend Noon Rotary Club where he started the Seafood Fest as a fund raiser for the West Bend Riverwalk and other community projects; President of the National Premium Sales Executive Organization; Board Member of the American Cancer Society; President of the Board of Advisors for the West Bend Art Museum; Member of the original Fair Park Committee; Member of the United Way Board; Supporter of Casa Guadalupe; and involved in various committees with St. Joseph’s Hospital and local schools. He was the recipient of many honors and awards, including Washington County Fair’s “Vic the Chick”, a “Real Hero” by the local Red Cross, and the Clifford Nelson Volunteer leadership award. He ultimately hoped he served as an inspiration to young people “to pick a cause and give it their all.” Vic is survived by his wife Gen and their six children; 14 grandchildren: Will (Katie), Casey, Sam, Paige and Max Albiero; Kelly, Kara (Rett Deinlein) and Jeff Tornow; Alyssa, Joe and Gina Gambucci; Matt, Tommy and Allie Boehmer; brother Frank (Judi) Albiero; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Hoelz, Joan Schellinger and Gerry Albiero; and brother-in-law Luke Heppe; and many nieces and nephews. Vic was preceded in death by his parents, Mary (sister) and Jim Corbett (brother-in-law), Angelo Albiero (brother), Ralph Schellinger (brother-in-law), Val and Dick Heppe (in-laws), Agnes Heppe (sister-in-law) and Reuben Hoelz (brother-inlaw). A Mass of Christian Burial to celebrate Vic’s life was held July 24 at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church. A private burial was held the following morning at Holy Angels Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in memory of Vic Albiero to St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church (529 Hawthorn Drive, West Bend, WI 53095), The Cottages at Cedar Run (113 Cedar Ridge Drive, West Bend, WI 53095) or Albrecht Free Clinic (P.O. Box 632, West Bend, WI 53095). The Schmidt Funeral Home in West Bend is assisting the family. Online guestbook and condolences are available at www. schmidtfuneralhome.com.
CHIEFLAND, Fla.—William “Bill” R. Ahola, 74, passed away Saturday, July 27, 2013, at Northstar Health System, Iron River. He was born Feb. 28, 1939 in Stambaugh, son of the late Sulo and Ellen (Pakkula) Ahola. He attended the Amasa Schools, graduating from Amasa High School with the Class of 1957. He was a U.S. Army Veteran. He was employed as a pharmaceutical operator by Abbott Laboratory for over 28 years, during which time he received his associate’s degree, prior to his retirement in 1990. He enjoyed 23 years of retirement with his dear wife Barb. William married the former Barbara J. Curtiss on July 14, 1962 at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Crystal Falls and the couple celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 2012. He was a member of the American Legion and Moose Lodge. An avid outdoorsman, Bill enjoyed fishing in Michigan and Ontario, Canada, deer and bird hunting, snowmobiling, skiing on family property in Amasa, golfing, bowling and karaoke. He was preceded in death by his brother, Rudolph. William is survived by his wife, Barbara, brother, Donald (Geri) Ahola of Ishpeming, and sisters, Joyce Flynn of Green Bay, Wis. and Jane Ahola of Amasa. Visitation will be held Saturday, Aug. 10, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Faith Fellowship Bible Church of Crystal Falls. Funeral services will follow at 11 a.m. at Faith Fellowship Bible Church with Pastor Cheryle Spicer to officiate. The East Side Veterans will accord military rites at the service. Condolences may be expressed to the family of William Ahola online at www.jacobsfuneralhomeir.com Funeral arrangements by the Jacobs Funeral Home of Iron River.
Forest Park students awarded scholarships CRYSTAL FALLS—The Dickinson Area Community Foundation and its affiliates, Norway Area Community Foundation and Crystal Falls Area Community Foundation, have awarded a total of $71,170 in new scholarships for 2013 to the following schools: Iron Mountain, Kingsford, Norway, North Dickinson, Crystal Falls and Florence. The foundation is a permanent charitable endowment created by the community, for the community. It is made up of 95 charitable funds, each named and designated by donors to benefit the area. With approximately $7.5 million in assets, the foundation provides grants and scholarships to eight different area high schools. The foundation has awarded scholarships totaling $1.24 million and grants totaling $676,000 within our local communities. The following Crystal Falls students were awarded Crystal Falls Community Foundation scholarships: --Crystal Falls Business
New Chamber member
On July 25, Modern Image Photography was welcomed to the Chamber of Commerce in a ribbon-cutting. Owner Niki Schaivo had the honor of cutting the ribbon along with, from left, Chamber members Darren Mercier, Sassy Klein, Robert Rafferty, Olga Oloier, Schaivo, James Quayle, Stacy Gasperich, Chamber Director Bob Black and Chamber members Wilma Kallies, Jim Brennan and Dennis Divoky. (submitted photo)
K-C Tootsie Roll checks
Officials from Knights of Columbus Council 2300 present a check to Lisa Anderson, West Iron County special education teacher, from proceeds of the 38th annual Tootsie Roll drive held in March. At left is Art Aregoni, co-chairman of the drive, and at right is Rick Commenator, grand knight of Council 2300 and drive co-chairman. WIC Special Education received $1,191.25 from the drive, and Trico Industries received $397.
Weather... Folk concert planned (At the WIC treatment plant) High
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at Presque Isle church PRESQUE ISLE, Wis.—St. Rita’s Church here invites the public to a folk music performance by folk, jazz and blues singer Claudia Schmidt on Saturday, Aug. 17, at 5:30 p.m.
John C. Lewis One or the other must leave, One or the other must stay, One or the other must grieve, That is forever the way. That is the vow that was sworn, Faithful ‘til death do us part, Braving what had to be borne, Hiding the ache in the heart, One howsoever adored, First must be summoned away, That is the will of the Lord. One or the other must stay. -UnknownMy 54 years with John are treasured memories that are forever in my heart. The family of John Lewis is very appreciative of the cards, emails, and gifts that were received. We would like to thank Paul Jacobs for making a difficult time easier. We would also like to thank Father Greg for his comforting words, and a thank you to the St. Agnes choir and organist. To all of the special women who prepared food and those whom served the luncheon after the service, we thank you.
at the church. For almost four decades Schmidt has been exploring acoustic music with her voice, 12-string guitar and mountain dulcimer with an exciting collection of original, traditional and contemporary writing. From small clubs to large concert stages, her craft is at its height in live performance. She has been featured on PRI’s “A Prairie Home Companion,” “Mountain Stage” and a television documentary on KTCATV in St. Paul called “I Sing Because I Can’t Fly.” She has written music for and acted in the musical productions in Milwaukee and Chicago and Frank Galati’s production of “Good Person of Szechuan” at the Goodman Theater in Chicago. She has recorded 14 albums of mostly original songs. The concert is free, but donations will be accepted. For more information, call Colleen at 715-686-2517.
Association ($400): Jeffery Willman. --Paul and Georgia School Memorial ($850): Taylor Tomasik. --Irving and Kathleen McLeod ($650): Kayla Peterson. --Alina Snell Memorial ($500): Mindy DeNell, Maximillan Peterson. --Forest Park Alumni Association ($250): Samantha Rutan. --Robert B. Hockings ($200): Samantha Rutan. --Lillian Galbraith Community Service ($300): Abreille Sommers. --Robert and Jeana Flood Family ($580, four years: $2,320): Abreille Sommers. --Edward, Lila and Margaret Jacobs ($550): Gina Graff. --Howard Koob ($400): Gina Graff. --Eugene and Kathryn Sedberry ($800): Maria DeMuri. --Amasa Gibson ($800): Maria DeMuri. --Crystal Falls/Forest Park Retired Teachers ($400): Georgie Dohl. --Anna and Caroline Schmid Memorial ($775, four years: $3,100): Georgie Dohl; --Gladys Henskey ($600): Brittany Olson. --Father Gondek ($200): Brittany Olson. --Steve Warner ($150): Brittany Olson. --Gus and Vi Eckola ($150): Brittany Olson. --Clark Schwedler Memorial ($400, four years: $1,600): Abreille Sommers. For information about the Community Foundation contact Tamara Juul at 906774-3131.
Entry forms for fine arts show ready CASPIAN—Entry forms for the 41st annual Iron County Museum Fine Arts Show scheduled for Aug. 29-31, followed by a sale on the two final days, are now available for those who would like to display. Accepted work may be in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels, pen and ink or lettering. Sculptures, fabric art, photography, wood carving and ceramics may also be submitted. Due to space limits, only four items may be exhibited. Organizers suggest that in case an early selling arrangement is necessary before the sale at the end of the show, a replacement can be made. The museum is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items. Great care is taken in the area of security and the handling of items. The Museum Art Show entry form is required, and all pieces must have a complete identification label attached. Work should be properly framed, and photographs must be behind glass. All framed works must have a sawtooth hanger or wire ready for display. Artists are encouraged to be present on Aug. 30 and 31. Tables for extra paintings and/or non-shown items for the show require a fee of $10 each, due at the time of art sale set-up. In addition, a donation to the Iron County Museum of 10 percent of the selling price of items sold is requested. Deadline for artists to bring in their work is noon on Monday, Aug. 19. The pick-up time will be Saturday, Aug. 31, between 2 and 4 p.m., the museum’s closing time. All exhibitors or their representatives must sign the pick-up section of their entry forms at the front desk. Added information may be obtained from Paul “Terry” Lynn at 265-4270 or from Amy Brzoznowski at 906367-0017. The Iron County Historical Museum contact is marketing representative Faye Ballinger, 265-2617. Registration blanks are available at the museum desk or at Central Music and Arts, the Chamber of Commerce, local libraries and other museums in the county.
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Magician makes fun for all ages
Menus... Iron River Senior Center —Wednesday, July 31: Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, mixed veggies, fruit, p. butter cake. —Thursday, Aug. 1: Baked fish, baked potatoes, sour cream, peas, fresh oranges, bread pudding. —Monday, Aug. 5: Beef stroganoff, noodles, California blend, juice, fruited pudding. —Tuesday, Aug. 6: Chicken ala king, rice, broccoli, lettuce salad, fruit, oatmeal bars. NEW: Evening meal on the second and fourth Thursday, salad bar at 4 p.m., dinner served 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. NOTICE: Meals served 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, reservations taken one day ahead. Call 265-
Legals... Legal Notice IF YOU ARE NOW ON A C T I V E M I L I TA R Y DUTY OR HAVE BEEN IN THE PRIOR ONE YEAR, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 248-502-1400. M O RT G A G E S A L E Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Ronald J. Shamion, a single person, to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., Mortgagee, dated April 15, 2005 and recorded April 20, 2005 in Liber 427, Page 1, and , Iron County Records, Michigan. Said mortgage is now held by Nationstar Mortgage LLC by assignment. There is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Two Hundred Fifteen Thousand Six Hundred FiftyNine and 96/100 Dollars ($215,659.96) including interest at 6.25% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue at the East door of the Iron County Circuit Courthouse, 2 South 6th Street, Crystal Falls, Michigan in Iron County, Michigan at 10:00 AM on AUGUST 30, 2013. Said premises are located in the Township of Bates, Iron County, Michigan, and are described as: Land located in the Township of Bates.All that part of Government Lot 4, Section 8, Town 43 North, R a n g e 3 4 We s t , m o r e particularly described as follows:Beginning at a point 405.40 feet South and 781.25 feet West of the quarter corner between Sections 8 and 9, Town 43 North, Range 34 West; thence South 65 degrees 10 minutes West 220.57 feet parallel with and 25 feet from the center line of the Township Road; thence South 20 degrees 23 minutes East 147.14 feet, more or less, to the North Shore of Sunset Lake; thence North 82 degrees 03 minutes East 225.19 feet along the North Shore line of Sunset Lake; thence North 20 degrees 23 minutes West 212.71 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning.Excepting all oil, gas, ores and mineral interests of record; and subject to any mining and development rights thereto. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA §600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. TO ALL PURCHASERS: The foreclosing mortgagee can rescind the sale. In that event, your damages, if any, are limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale, pursuant to MCL 600.3278, the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damage to the property during the redemption period. If you are a tenant in the property, please contact our office as you may have certain rights. Dated: July 31, 2013 Orlans Associates, P.C.. Attorneys for Servicer P.O. Box 5041 Troy, MI 48007 File No. 13-006819 (07-31)(08-21) R17 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21
6134. If not coming, please call by 9 a.m. on day of meal to cancel. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES: Bridge and cards every Thursday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. with refreshments. Fun Time Bingo, Tuesday and Wednesday, 1:15 p.m. The Site Council sponsors a dance on the second Saturday of each month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge. A light lunch is served. Come and join us on Wednesday morning! Coffee & roll - $1. A pancake breakfast is held the third Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for children 12 and under. NEED TRANSPORTATION? Local busing available 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. MondayThursday. Medical, employment, nutrition, social, recreational, educational, shopping, personal. Seniors – 60 and older, $4; Non seniors – under 60, $5; Wheelchair transport, $6. All prices are round trip. Trip to Iron Mountain Wednesday, 5-6 people, $10 per person.
Legal Notice Notice Of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED F O R T H AT P U R P O S E . PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by William C. Meyer and Anne H. Meyer, husband and wife, original mortgagor(s), to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., Mortgagee, dated May 12, 2009, and recorded on June 1, 2009 in Liber 537 on Page 569, and assigned by said Mortgagee to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as assignee as documented by an assignment, in Iron county records, Michigan, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Seventy-One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty-Five and 51/100 Dollars ($71,255.51). Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue, at the place of holding the circuit court within Iron County, at 10:00 AM, on August 16, 2013. Said premises are situated in Township of Stambaugh, Iron County, Michigan, and are described as: Lot seventeen (17), Brule Ski Village, being part of the Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter (NW-1/4 of NW-1/4) of section twentyone (21), Township Fortytwo (42) north, range Thirtyfive (35) West, according to the recorded plat thereof. Lot 16, Brule Ski Village, being part of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 21, T42N, R35W, according to the recorded plat thereof. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: July 17, 2013 For more information, please call: FC D (248) 593-1309 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Hwy Ste 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-5422 File #427068F01 (07-17)(08-07) R08 7/17, 7/24, 7/31, 8/7
Dickinson-Iron Community Service Agency, Iron River Senior Center. Call (906) 2656134. Are you looking for a place to hold your birthday, graduation, anniversary party, or even to hold your organization meeting? Our center is available to rent. Come in, or call for further details at 265-6134. Crystal Falls Senior Center —Monday, Aug. 5: Beef stroganoff, noodles, buttered carrots, garlic bread, watermelon, juice. —Tuesday, Aug. 6: Spaghetti & sausage, peas, lettuce salad, juice, blueberry muffins. Suggested donation $4. Bread and milk served with all meals. Everyone welcome. Call 8756709. ACTIVITIES: 2nd Saturday Potluck at 5:30 2nd Thursday Potluck/Bingo at noon 3rd Wednesday Site Council meeting 2 p.m. Blood Pressure Check Monday and Tuesday before noon meal, Wednesday before 5 p.m. meal.
Magician Gordon Russ takes time out from his performance to allow an audience member to tell his favorite joke at the West Iron District Library.
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Legal Notice IF YOU ARE NOW ON A C T I V E M I L I TA RY DUTY OR HAVE BEEN IN THE PRIOR ONE YEAR, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 248-502-1400. M O RT G A G E S A L E Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Joseph Speno and Stephanie Speno, Husband and Wife, as tenants by the Entirety., to BMO Harris Bank N.A. f/k/a Harris N.A., Mortgagee, dated August 10, 2009 and recorded August 17, 2009 in Liber 543, Page 223, and , Iron County Records, Michigan. There is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of ThirtyTwo Thousand Four Hundred Fourteen and 94/100 Dollars ($32,414.94) including interest at 5.375% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue at the East door of the Iron County Circuit Courthouse, 2 South 6th Street, Crystal Falls, Michigan in Iron County, Michigan at 10:00 AM on AUGUST 30, 2013. Said premises are located in the City of Iron River, Iron County, Michigan, and are described as: Located in the City of Iron RiverLot 9, Assessor's Plat of Ice Lake, according to the Recorded Plat thereof. Except all oil, gas, ores and mineral interests of Record; and subject to any mining and development rights thereto. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA §600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. TO ALL PURCHASERS: The foreclosing mortgagee can rescind the sale. In that event, your damages, if any, are limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale, pursuant to MCL 600.3278, the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damage to the property during the redemption period. If you are a tenant in the property, please contact our office as you may have certain rights. Dated: July 31, 2013 Orlans Associates, P.C.. Attorneys for Servicer P.O. Box 5041 Troy, MI 48007 File No. 13-007903 (07-31)(08-21) R16 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21
Gordon Russ amazed the children at the Crystal Falls Township Hall. His performance there was sponsored by the Crystal Falls Community Library. (submitted photo)
Legal Notice IF YOU ARE NOW ON A C T I V E M I L I TA RY DUTY OR HAVE BEEN IN THE PRIOR ONE YEAR, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 248-502-1400. M O RT G A G E S A L E Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Karen M. Olsen, a single person and John Netzel and Kathy Netzel, husband and wife, to Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Mortgagee, dated December 20, 2006 and recorded December 27, 2006 in Liber 479, Page 321, and , Iron County Records, Michigan. There is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Sixty-Two Thousand Three Hundred Three and 46/100 Dollars ($62,303.46) including interest at 4.375% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue at the East door of the Iron County Circuit Courthouse, 2 South 6th Street, Crystal Falls, Michigan in Iron County, Michigan at 10:00 AM on AUGUST 23, 2013. Said premises are located in the City of Gaastra, Iron County, Michigan, and are described as: Iron County, Michigan:Lots 10 and 11, Block 17, Plat of Gaastra, according to the recorded Plat thereof. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA §600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. TO ALL PURCHASERS: The foreclosing mortgagee can rescind the sale. In that event, your damages, if any, are limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale, pursuant to MCL 600.3278, the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damage to the property during the redemption period. If you are a tenant in the property, please contact our office as you may have certain rights. Dated: July 24, 2013 Orlans Associates, P.C.. Attorneys for Servicer P.O. Box 5041 Troy, MI 48007 File No. 13-006252 (07-24)(08-14) R12 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14
IRON COUNTY—A great deal of comedy, a lot of laughter with a little magic thrown in for good measure made for a great performance by Gordon Russ at the Crystal Falls Township Hall and the West Iron District Library on July 15. Approximately 50 people showed up to watch Russ daz-
zle children of all ages with his comedy magic show at the Crystal Falls Township Hall. He used many volunteers from the audience to participate in his program, which made for a great time. Prizes were given to all the children who attended the show, and two adults were given autographed books.
Reporter deadline 4 p.m. Friday City Assessor MCAO Level II The City of Iron River (Iron County) will accept proposals from certified assessors (Level II) to provide assessing services on a contractual basis. The City of Iron River’s population, based on the 2010 Census is 3039 and contains approximately 2,694 parcels (2,146 real parcels, 167 personal property and 381 unclassified parcels). Assessed valuation of the City is $60,474,870 of which $52,790,295 is real property and $7,684,575 is personal property while the taxable value is $56,045,012 with real property amounting to $48,362,800 and $7,682,212 in personal property. The City has an active DDA and TIFA District. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Physically visit property sites for new construction, alterations and improvement upon completion, physically measure and sketch existing structures during a re-audit of parcels (20% yearly), assist taxpayers, residents with request for information, enter field data into computer system, maintain principal residence exemption files, maintain sales data book, update sales/land division data, maintain and update land division parcel cards and maps, verify personal property list on roll and enter statement data, MTT preparation and testimony as needed, coordinate and prepare documents for various Board of Review meetings, prepare Residential Economic Condition factors each year, develop and propose Residential land rates for all residential land tables annually. Requirements of the position, MCAO Level II certificate to be submitted with resume and letter of application, valid Michigan Driver’s License, ability to communicate verbally and in writing with residents, taxpayers, Equalization department, staff and public, working knowledge of BS&A /Equalizer software, Manatron (being phased out in 2014) Word, Excel, and GIS. Proposals for assessing services will be accepted until 4 P.M. August 23, 2013. All proposals shall be clearly marked “Assessing Proposal” and shall be submitted to the City of Iron River, 106 W. Genesee St. Iron River, MI 49935. The City of Iron River reserves the right to accept or reject any, one, or all proposals when such acceptance or rejection is in the best interest of the City. Proposals may not be withdrawn within forty five (45) days of the receipt of the proposal. The City of Iron River is an EOE. Interested individuals or firms are encouraged to review the assessing records and software prior to submitting a proposal. R13 7/31
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Letterman ’70s King Jay Leno Jimmy Kimmel Live
Ferguson ’Til Death J. Fallon Nightline
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News History Detectives Barter Kings (N) Anderson Cooper Spawn of Jaws (N) World Series
Training 30 Rock World Newsline Barter Kings (CC) E. B. OutFront Shark LIVE SportsCenter (N)
30 Rock King/Hill Charlie Rose (N) Storage Storage Piers Morgan Live I Escaped Jaws SportsCenter (N)
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7. Yellow portion of an egg 8. Curved support structure 9. Reasonings 10. Molten rocks 11. Hillside (Scot.) 12. Leases 13. Point midway between E and SE 21. Mauna __, HI, volcano 22. Leave out 25. Wall painting 26. Colorful Japanese animation 27. Grandmothers 28. Fully satisfied 29. Billiards sticks 30. A citizen of Oman 31. Duplicate or copy 32. Municipality in Philippines 34. Mentally healthy 37. Capacities for work or activity 40. Able to read and write 43. Dark bluish black 46. Loudenville college 47. Seizure of property by force 48. Alias 50. Showing no mercy or pity
51. Sacred picture 52. Hungarian pen inventor 53. Hops kiln 54. Carbamide 55. Dull in color 56. Upon 57. Person, place or thing word 58. Sleeveless Arab garment
SOLUTION FROM: JULY 24, 2013
IRON COUNTY REPORTER, July 31, 2013, Page 9
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•4 BD, 2 BA & a rec/guest cabin •3 +/- acres, 150’ +/- sandy fntg •Private lake, no public access •Surrounded by national forest
Sunset Lake, Iron River $199,000 - MLS#1071810
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Golden Lake, Iron River $179,900 - MLS#1074583
Elm Grove Ln, Crystal Falls $219,000 - MLS#1074493
•Beautifully updated 2 BD, 2 BA •Approx 100’ sand frontage •Gas fireplace, wraparound deck •Full bsmnt, 2 car detached garage
•Custom-built 3 BD, 3 BA •Wooded setting, 5.85 +/- acres •LL family room and sauna •2 car garage & lg pole building
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727 Central Ave/US2
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Fifth St., Channing $35,000 - MLS#1066613
•2 BD, 2 BA on 1.22 +/- acres •Updated roof, detached garage •Newer hot water heater •4 season room, LL family room
Mike VanAckeren Debbie Farley
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106 Sheldon Ave/US2
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Lake Emily, Crystal Falls $295,000 - MLS#1074347
•4 BD, 3 BA, picturesque sunsets •230’ +/- sandy beach frontage •LL walkout with family room •Heated 3 car garage w/office
IRON RIVER CRYSTAL FALLS
427 N. Cedar Ave/US2
•3 BD log cabin, 115’ +/- fntg •Avalon gas fireplace •Point well & septic system •Central a/c, lg detached garage
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•3 BD home w/ large yard •Central a/c & full basement •Hrdwd floors, newer furnace •Wraparound deck, 3 car garage
•3 BD, 2 BA & 100’ +/- fntg •Twp sewer/water •Mostly finished basement •2 car garage w/ work area
Paint River, Crystal Falls $120,000 - MLS#1068539
•3 BD mobile w/ 2 additions •100’ +/- sandy beach frontage •Open concept w/ family room •Deck, dock and boat lift
•3 BD, 1 BA on over 1 acre •100’ +/- sand frontage •Newer counter tops & sink •Newer drilled well & roof
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Sunset Lake, Iron River $149,900 - MLS#1074232
Lake Mary, Crystal Falls $235,000 - MLS#1074621
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Chicagon Lake, Iron River $399,900 - MLS#1047021
RC01 7/24, 7/31
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•2 BD, 2 BA, hdwd floors •Parlor w /piano window •Newer roof & water heater •Newer electric & plumbing
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4 BR 2 BA HOME on Erie Ave, CF, large level lot, Many updates... and oh yeah, the 2 car garage is heated! $58,000 MLS#1070005
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3 BR 2 BA HOME 200’ of frontage on a full recreational Lake Mary, The 4.82 wooded acres abuts 1000’s of acres of State land, includes 2 garages just reduced to $269,000 MLS#10741206.
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Q U A L I T Y B U I LT 3 B R LOG CHALET ON DEER LAKE … Home has well/ septic and quiet generator system, log sauna, huge 3 car garage Sandy beach, beautiful lake view sunrises, great fishing, hunt out your back door $255,000 MLS#1072863
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PRIVATE AND PEACEFUL 3 BR 3 BA 2600+ sq ft HOME ON 40 ACRES + 150’ on West Maggie Lk, Master bedroom and bath, fireplaces, wet bar, large deck, covered patios, 3 car attached garage and the pontoon boat is included. $419,000 MLS#1072839
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S PA C I O U S C A B I N OVERLOOKING DEER LAKE 120' frontage on an awesome 78 acre fishing lake in the northwoods, point well, generator and outdoor shower. $67,000 MLS#1054890
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FOR RENT FOR RENT: Two bedroom lower apartment with full basement, new bathroom, two entry ways, $350 a month plus all utilities. Call (715) 445-1263. 4-24/TF FOR RENT: One bedroom upper, $275 a month, no utilities. Call (715) 445-1263. 4-24/TF
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom lower apartment, two entries, $350 plus utilities. Call (715) 445-1263. 4-24/TF
FOR RENT: Three bedroom home on picturesque Sunset Lake. Newly remodeled, all appliances included. Rent negotiable. References required. Includes water and sewer. (906) 367-0995. 7-10/TF
IRON RIVER APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Remodeled 1 & 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartments, basement storage, washer/dryer hookup, 2 car detached garage to use, some utilities included. Call (586) 817-5744. 6-12/TF
FOR RENT IN IRON RIVER: Remodeled 2 bedroom upper apartment. All utilities included. Security Deposit required. Available immediately. $500/mo. Please call: (906) 367-2080. 7-31/1
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MISCELLANEOUS HIGH EFFICIENCY OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler burns less wood. 25 year warranty. P & J Sales (906) 396-7136. 7-31/1 WANTED: Maytag wringer washers in good condition. Call (906) 265-4096. 5-22/TF D&D BEAR BAIT: Now open. We have cereal, cookies, molasses, candy. A great variety of jelly and juices, for great prices. Don’t forget to check with Davis Taxidermy after a successful hunt. (906) 265-6219, 1669 Kofmehl Rd., Iron River, MI. 8-14/3 FOR SALE: 12’ Jon boat, $200. (906) 265-4096. 6-5/TF FOR SALE: Many used kitchen cabinets, $5 each. (906) 265-6105. 7-31/1
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Ojibwa Casino Baraga Thursdays
Kingsford 1:45, Florence 2:05, Crystal Falls 2:30, Amasa 2:45. no reservations needed. $5
Watersmeet August 5
Departs Shopko at 10 a.m., Florence, Crystal Falls 10:35, Iron River 11:00. Must call for reservations 3 days prior. $10
Lake of the Torches Aug. 20 & 21 Lac du Flambeau. Stopping at Watersmeet. Pick up in Florence. $69. dbl. $60 in returns.
Part-time position, approx. 18-23 hrs. per week, must work Saturday mornings. Pick up application at the St. Vincent De Paul Store, 211 West Maple St. in Iron River. RC 7/31, 8/7 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 317 W. Hagerman, 1 acre wooded buildable lot with improvements. Excellent fishing, hunting, skiing. Includes 3 bedroom mobile home with newer appliances. $54,900. (906) 265-2814. 7-31/3 FOR SALE: Iron River, brick ranch, 3 bedroom 2 bath, maple floors, modern kitchen, first floor laundry, recreation room. Newer heat, electric, extra lot, garage. $64,900. For info. E-mail: TryLeo@ Juno.com. 7-31/5
AUTOMOTIVE I NEED YOUR JUNK CARS: Greentree Auto Recyclers. Licensed dealer. We buy & haul junk cars & trucks. Call (906) 8756907. If no answer, leave message. 7-30/TF
SERVICES WILL DO HOUSECLEANING and can prepare meals. $15 per hour. Crystal Falls, Amasa, Alpha area. (906) 284-9326. 7-31/1
N4783 Rosemont Avenue Watersmeet, Michigan
RC06 7/31, 8/7
For details call 396-2001
ENJOY LAKE FRONT LIVING ON SUNSET LAKE with sandy swimming frontage on a full recreational lake Iron River 2 BR cottage/home in move in condition, maintenance free vinyl siding, metal roof, updated windows, storage shed and an over sized one car garage. $145,500 MLS#1070730e
WOODED 40 ACRES WITH LITTLE HEMLOCK RIVER just minutes from Amasa area and US141. Good trail roads leading to property and into property. Nice cabin locations and borders CFA lands. $34,900 MLS#1056114 GORGEOUS VIEWS OF HURON BAY all set up for camping, complete with 5th Wheel. Year round access, a storage shed, newer septic, telephone available and a generator included for electric. $74,900 MLS#1065427
NORTHSTAR Health System Volunteer Services is offering a part time position for a Gift Shop Manager to supervise the operation of the gift shop by overseeing staff who are engaged in service to the public and assisting customers in product selection. This individual will research and meet with vendors and product representatives to select marketable goods appropriate to our buying audience. Purchasing, inventory records, pricing, and volunteer supervision encompass some of this position’s responsibilities. Previous retail experience helpful. Please submit letter of interest and resume to, Volunteer Services at 1400 W. Ice Lake Road, Iron River, MI 49935
FORMER WATERSMEET ADMINISTRATIVE SITE
6200 s.f. garage/storage building, partially heated, 16’ overhead garage doors, 3 walk doors. Handicap accessible w/bathroom. Located behind Secretary of State Office.
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QUALITY 2 BR LOG HOME with 360 +/- FEET ON LONG LAKE... full walk out basement, wrap around deck, insulated detached garage with in-floor heat, plus two storage buildings and a separate antique log cabin, fire pit and pier right out the front door. $329,500 MLS#1073176
SEALED BID SALE U.S. GOVERNMENT PROPERTY
990 Lally Rd., Iron River
4 BEDROOM HOME ON THE EDGE OF TOWN 4+ Acres on a quiet dead end rd. Neat and clean, vinyl sided, central air, main floor l a u n d r y. $ 2 4 , 9 0 0 MLS#1074562
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Two Residences, One Garage, and One Warehouse ±1.76 acres land MINIMUM BID ONLY $5,000 Information at www.realestatesales.gov For information contact Rich Balsano at 312-353-0302 A SALE BY THE U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
Help Wanted-Crystal Falls We are currently looking for a motivated individual to work with our established, fast paced business. Interested individual must be willing to work with a variety of customers and provide prompt, friendly customer service. Primary duties will include working cashier/receptionist station and direct customers as they enter our business. We will provide the training required to efficiently perform your duties and provide needed customer assistance. Some tasks to be expected would be answering phones, stocking inventory, cashier, running errands and offsite training. 25-35 hrs per week, Monday –Saturday. $8-$12/hour based on performance and availability. No experience necessary. Interested individuals may email your confidential resume or letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to P.O. Box 13, Crystal Falls, MI 49920
HELP WANTED LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED ROOFER: Must not be afraid of heights. Call (906) 265-2636 or (906) 367-2636. 7-31/2
Gasperini Property Services “For all your property needs” -Professional Services since 1992
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• Lawn Care/Maintenance • Lawn Fertilization • Landscaping/Lawn Installations • Shrub/Tree Installation/Planting • Snowplowing/Sanding/Salting • Snow Removal/Roofs • Backhoe/Skid Loader Services • Topsoil/Sand/Gravel • Spring/Fall Debris Cleanup • Tree/Brush Removal • Stump Grinding/Land Clearing Mark Gasperini • Pontoon Trailer Rental 105 Noren Road • Iron River, MI • Dock Installation/Removal • Deer Food Plots • Sign Advertising • Billboard/Rental • Year Round Caretaking • Estate Services/Cleanouts • Seasonal Property Managements
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Bulletin Board... Alcoholics Anonymous Closed A.A. meeting on Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. and Open A.A. meeting on Fridays at 10 a.m. at the St. Agnes School Building, north enterance, first room on the right. Handicap accessible. Evening meetings of A.A. also on Wednesday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
the month at 2 p.m. in one of the NHS Conference Rooms.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held in Crystal Falls on Mondays at 7 p.m. at United Lutheran Church on Superior Avenue. Call 875-3081.
A Diabetes Support Group meets the second Wednesday of the month from 2-3 p.m.at the West Iron District Library in Iron River. For more information, call (906) 265-2153.
Serenity Seekers AA group in Amasa has moved to the United Lutheran Church in Crystal Falls; meetings held on Sunday at 6 p.m., use side door off of US-2. Al-Anon meetings for family and friends of alcoholics are held as follows: Monday-closed meeting, non-smoking, 6 p.m. Meetings are held at the St. Agnes school building, north entrance, in Iron River. Call 265-5402 or 2653721 for more information. Narcotics Anynomous meets every Tuesday & Thursday at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Iron River. The Iron County Cancer Unit is now assisting cancer patients. For information, call 265-4420. www. tcoinc.com/iccu The NorthSTAR Health System Volunteer Services (Hospital Auxiliary) meets on the second Thursday of the month at 10 a.m., at the in the hospital conference room. The NorthSTAR Health System Aging & Memory Clinic’s Alzheimer’s Support meets the 1st Thursday of
The Iron County Medical Care Facility Ladies Auxiliary meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month. Contact the facility at (906) 874-1501 for time and place.
Dementia Support Group provided by NORTHSTAR Health System, first Thursday of each month, 2-3:00 p.m. at NORTHSTAR. For more information call (906) 265-0482 The Crystal Falls Senior Citizen Council meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. Finance Committee at 2:30. Caring House can be contacted via the 24-hour crisis line in Iron Mountain. The toll-free number is 1-800-3927839. Supper at His House, a soup kitchen will be held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m at the First Presbyterian Church, 525 West Adams Street, Iron River. Everyone in the community is invited, no question, no qualifications, and no cost. Call 906-265-2018 for more information. VFW Post 3134 and its Ladies Auxiliary hold their monthly meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Alfred Branchini, American Legion
Post 17 hold their regular member meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. Cribbage is every Monday night and third Saturday night each month. Poker Shootout is the last Wednesday of the month. Officer, house and finance meetings are held the second Wednesday every month at 6 p.m. The Reino Post #21 will hold Cribbage every Thursday at 6 p.m. at 212 Washington Ave., Iron River. Reino Unit #21 American Legion Auxiliary meets third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. downstairs of Legion Post. no meeting June, July and August. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 87 of the Louis Bowman Post meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 1 p.m. at the Senior Center in Crystal Falls. (No meetings are held in January and February.) The D.A.V. meetings will be held at the V.F.W. Riverside in Iron River at 7 p.m. every second Thursday of the month. Every Tuesday D.A.V. hosting coffee clutch at V.F.W. 9 a.m. Welcome all vets. Tufts-Rondon Post 2891 of Crystal Falls schedule of meetings: Regular VFW meet at 6 p.m. on the 2nd Tuesday; VFW Men’s Aux. meet at 6 p.m. on the 2nd Wednesday; VFW Ladies Aux. meet at 1:30 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday; VFW House Committee meet 6 p.m. on the last Wednesday. Louis Bowman Post 87 of the American Legion of Crystal Falls schedule of meetings: Regular American Legion meet at 6 p.m. on the 3rd Tuesday, winter
SPECIAL ELECTION To the Qualified Electors of Iron County:
at C.F. VFW Post, summer at CCVP Hall; The Camp Christine Veterans Park Committee meet immediately following the regular American Legion meeting on the 3rd Tuesday. The Iron County National Guard Club meets the first Tuesday of every other month at 7 p.m. in the basement of the Stambaugh American Legion. Iron County Historical and Museum Society meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Iron County Museum, 100 Brady Ave., Caspian. TOPS Club M11072 meets every Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in the Crystal Falls City Hall basement meeting room. New members welcome. For more information call Myrna at 875-4169. The Crystal Falls Business Association meets the second Thursday of each month at 6 pm at the Forest Park School Library, for more information call 822-7738. The Iron County Right To Life meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 800 Selden Rd., Iron River. For more
AT THE PLACES HOLDING THE ELECTION IN SAID CITY/TOWNSHIP AS INDICATED BELOW, VIZ: CITY OF IRON RIVER Precinct No. 1, 2, 3 & 4 Iron River City Hall Rachel Andreski, Clerk CITY OF GAASTRA Precinct No. 1 City Hall Susan Zorzin, Clerk CITY OF CASPIAN Precinct No. 1 City Hall John Stokoski, Clerk CITY OF CRYSTAL FALLS Precinct No. 1 City Hall Auditorium Tara Peltoma, Clerk
TOWNSHIP OF CRYSTAL FALLS Precinct No. 1 Crystal Falls Township Hall Nancy Niemi, Clerk
IRON RIVER TOWNSHIP Precinct No. 1 Iron River Township Hall Amber Laturi, Clerk TOWNSHIP OF MANSFIELD Precinct No. 1 Mansfield Township Hall Precinct No. 2 Dykes District Hall Tara Peterson, Clerk
STAMBAUGH TOWNSHIP Precinct No. 1 Stambaugh Township Hall Theresa Baumgartner, Clerk BATES TOWNSHIP Precinct No. 1 Bates Township Hall Barbara Moncivais, Clerk
TOWNSHIP OF MASTODON Precinct No. 1 Mastodon Township Hall Janet Lemke Clerk TOWNSHIP OF HEMATITE Precinct No. 1 Amasa Town Hall Tanya Hiltonen, Clerk
THE ELECTION IS BEING HELD TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING TWO BALLOT MILLAGE PROPOSALS, COUNTYWIDE: “Iron County Maintenance of Effort an Medical Care Facility Operations Millage” “Shall the previously voted increase in the Tax Rate Limitation for the county of Iron general ad valorem taxes be renewed at 1.5 mills ($ 1.50 per thousand dollars of Taxable Value) for a period of five years, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, inclusive, the taxes so raised to be used exclusively for payment of Maintenance of Effort and Medical Care Facility operations. This levy would raise an estimated $725,112.29 in the first year. (This being a renewal of the 1.5 mills which will expire with the 2013 tax levy.)” YES/NO “Senior Centers Millage” “Shall the previous voted increase in the Tax Rate Limitation for the County of Iron general ad valorem taxes be renewed at .27 mills ($ 0.27 per thousand dollars of Taxable Value) for a period of four years, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, inclusive, the taxes so raised to be used exclusively for and no other purpose than operations for all Senior Centers in Iron County. This levy would raise an estimated $130,520.21 in the first year. (This being a renewal of the .25 mills for Operations and .02 mills for Program Administration Costs which expired with the 2012 tax levy.” YES/NO And, in only the Townships of Bates, Iron River and Stambaugh and all four precincts of Iron River City, the following proposal: “Windsor Center Millage” “Shall Stambaugh Township, Iron River Township and the City of Iron River impose an ad valorem property tax increase, as authorized by Public Act 231 of 2000, MCL 123.1131, et seq., .5 mills ($ .50 per $ 1,000 of taxable value) levied from 2013 through 2014, inclusive, to be disbursed exclusive to the Windsor Recreation Authority for the purpose of operating, maintaining, and/or improving the public auditorium and other recreational facilities for the benefit of adult and youth recreation programs at The Windsor Center, 612 W. Adams Street, Iron River, MI, raising an estimated $ 23,910 in Bates Township, $26,437 in Iron River Township, $43,781 in Stambaugh Township and $27,876 in the City of Iron River in the first year the millage is authorized and levied?” YES/NO County Treasurer’s Statements: In accordance with Section 211.203(c), P.A. of Michigan for 1948 as amended, I, the undersigned County Treasurer of Iron County, Michigan, do hereby certify that the following increases in the tax rate limitation have been voted as provided in Section 6 of Article IX of the State Constitution in local units, as of June 25, 2013 and affecting the taxable property in the County of Iron, together with the years increases are effective: PROPOSAL A AMENDMENTS: Effective January 1, 1994 TOWNSHIPS: BATES, IRON RIVER, STAMBAUGH CITIES: CASPIAN, GAASTRA, IRON RIVER NAME
MILLAGE N/A N/A 1.500 Operation and M.O.E. County Medicare 1.500 **County Medicare Operation and M.O.E. .270 Operation of Centers Senior Citizens .270 ***Senior Citizens Operation of Centers Operation and Improvement .500 Co. Youth Camp 1.000 Dick-Iron Int. Sch. Special Education 1.000 Dick-Iron Int. Sch. Vocational Education Unlimited amount to retire bonds 2.200 WIC School Dist. .500 Sinking Fund WIC School Dist. 1.500 General Operation WIC Dist Library .420 General Operation Dickinson-Iron Dist. Health Dept. .500 Road Repair County Road Commission 6.000 General Operation PROPOSAL A: 18.000 Non Principal Residence WIC Schools WIC Schools UNIT: 2.000 General Operation Bates Twp. 1.000 Roads Bates Twp. 2.000 Roads Bates Twp. 1.000 Roads Iron River Twp. 2.000 Roads Stambaugh Twp. 1.000 Recreational Purposes Caspian City 2012 GOUT Refunding Bonds Combined Bonds Refund Bond Debt Service Combined Bonds
WINDSOR RECREATION AUTHORITY Bates Twp. ****Bates Twp. Iron River Twp. ****Iron River Twp Stambaugh Twp. ****Stambaugh Twp. Iron River City ****Iron River City
Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational Recreational/Operational
.5000 .5000 .5000 .5000 .5000 .5000 .5000 .5000
YEAR 2012-2033 Incl. 2005-2015 Incl. 2009-2013 Incl. 2014-2018 Incl. 2009-2012 Inc. 2013-2016 Incl. 2011-2014 Incl. 1970 Indef. 1973 Indef. 1992-2017 Incl. 2002-2017 Incl 2010-2014 Incl. 2013-2016 Incl. 2013-2016 Inc. 1994 Indef. 1997-2016 Incl, 2012-2015 Incl. 2012-2015 Incl. 2010-2013 Incl. 2011-2013 Incl. 2010-2014 Incl. 2011-2013 Incl.
2011-2012 Incl. 2013-2014 Inc. 2011-2012 Incl. 2013-2014 Incl. 2011-2012 Incl. 2013-2014 Incl. 2011-2012 Incl. 2013-2014 Incl.
**Millage not yet determined for 2014 through 2018 ***Millage not yet determined for 2013 through 2016 ****MIllage not yet determined for 2013 through 2014 Melanie Camps, County Treasurer
In accordance with Section 211.203(c), P.A. of Michigan for 1948 as amended, I, the undersigned County Treasurer of Iron County, Michigan, do hereby certify that the following increases in the tax rate limitation have been voted as provided in Section 6 of Article IX of the State Constitution in local units, as of June 25, 2013, and affecting the taxable property in the County of Iron, together with the years increases are effective: PROPOSAL A AMENDMENTS: Effective January 1, 1994. TOWNSHIPS: CRYSTAL FALLS, HEMATITE, MANSFIELD, MASTODON CITIES: CRYSTAL FALLS NAME
MILLAGE N/A N/A 1.500 1.500 .270 .270 .500 1.000 1.000 N/A N/A N/A 1.000
YEAR 2012-2033 Incl. 2005-2015 Incl. 2009-2013 Incl. 2014-2018 Incl. 2009-2012 Incl. 2013-2016 Incl. 2011-2014 Incl. 1970 Indef. 1973 Indef. 1997-2017 Incl. 2009-2018 Incl 2012-2019 Incl. 2011-2015 Incl.
2012 GOUT Refunding Bonds Combined Bonds Refund Bond Debt Service Combined Bonds
County Medicare **County Medicare Senior Citizens ***Senior Citizens Co. Youth Camp Dick-Iron Int. Sch. Dick-Iron Int. Sch. Forest Park Schools Forest Park Schools Forest Park Schools CF District Library Crystal Falls Twp Mansfield Twp Crystal Falls City Dickinson-Iron Dist. Health Dept. County Road Commission PROPOSAL A: Forest Park School Forest Park School UNIT: Hematite Twp. Mansfield Twp. Mastodon Twp. Mastodon Twp. Crystal Falls City
Operation and M.O.E. Operation and M.O.E. Operation of Centers Operation of Centers Operation and Improvement Special Education Vocational Education Unlimited amount to retire bonds Unlimited amount to retire bonds Unlimited amount to retire bonds General Operation
General Operation Non-Principal Residence General Operation Roads General Operation Roads General Operation
1994 Indef. 2007-2016 Incl.
5.000 2.000 1.500 1.500 3.500
2013-2017 Incl. 2010-2014 Incl. 2010-2013 Incl. 2010-2013 Incl. 2011-2014
**Millage not yet determined for 2014 through 2018 ***Millage not yet determined for 2013 through 2016. Melanie Camps, County Treasurer
The POLLS of said election will be open at 7 o’clock a.m. and will remain open until 8 o’clock p.m. on election day. JOAN LUHTANEN, COUNTY CLERK R05 7/31
The Classic Farm Machinery of Iron County meets the first Monday of each month at 7 pm in the back room of the Iron River VFW. For more information call Greg Kramer at 265-2221. The U.P. Championship Rodeo Board meets on the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at the VFW in Iron River, www. uprodeo.com. The Iron Conservation District meets every third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the construction code meeting room, Iron County Courthouse basement, Crystal Falls. The Beechwood Historical Society meets the third Monday of the month at 6 p.m. at the Beechwood Hall. Golden K meets every Wednesday at 8 a.m. in the Iron River Senior Center. New members welcome. Amvets Post 436 (Beechwood) meets the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at Beechwood Hall. Contact numbers are 265-3645 or 265-3122.
Carrie Jacobs Bond Quilters meet Tuesday and Thursday in Room 208 Windsor Center 9 a.m-??. Everyone welcome. The Wykon Athletic Booster Club meets at 6 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at the West Iron County Commons area. The Iron Amateur Hockey Association (IAHA) Board Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. at The Station (June-July-Aug.). Adult open skate is from 1-3 p.m. on Mondays. Open skate is on Friday and Saturday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. All current information is at www.iaha.net The Iron Range Amateur Radio Club meets at 9 a.m. on the first Saturday of each month at Beef-A-Roo next to Angeli’s Central Market. Anyone interested in Amateur Radio are welcome to attend these meetings. The Crystal Falls District Library Board meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 12:30 p.m. in the meeting room of the library. The public is invited.
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SPECIAL ELECTION Tuesday, August 6, 2013 SENIOR CENTERS MILLAGE
We recommend your YES vote for RENEWAL of .27 mills for operations of the Senior Centers of Iron County. Keep your Senior Centers open and operating----
THIS IS A RENEWAL (Recommended by: Site Councils of Iron County Senior Centers) R04 7/31
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Wolf licenses on sale Aug. 3 LANSING—Wolf hunting licenses go on sale starting Aug. 3, reminds the Michigan DNR. Beginning Saturday, Aug. 3 at noon EDT until Oct. 31, or until the license quota is met, 1,200 licenses will be available for purchase . Please remember that a spot in line before noon on Aug. 3 does not guarantee
a license. All wolf license purchases are first-come, firstserved. Wolf licenses cost $100 for Michigan residents and $500 for nonresidents. Licenses will be available online at www.michigan.gov/ huntdrawings, at any authorized license agent, and at the following DNR offices (Upper Peninsual): Baraga Customer
Big 4+ winner announced LONG LAKE, Wis.—The Big 4+ Sportsman’s Club held their annual membership picnic at their clubhouse in Long Lake on Saturday, July 20. Over 100 people turned out to enjoy a day of trap shooting, raffles and good food. Winners of the Big 4+’s annual raffle were drawn at 4 p.m. Dan Graham (Alvin) won the first prize, a Ruger American bolt .270 Winchester rifle. Debbie Nieminen (Iron River) won second prize, two face cord of fire wood donated by Ed Borske (Alvin). Tom Prevost (DePere) won third prize, a Stackhouse portable hunting blind. John Spera and Jim Siebert (Manitowoc) won the fourth and fifth prizes, $50 each. In the Shooter’s raffle, new this year, Fran Bey (Newald) won the first prize, a MEC reloader. Numerous other prizes donated by both area businesses and national manufacturers were raffled off throughout the day. The 50-Bird Lewis Class trap shoot had 90 entries this year and paid out 5 classes, with each class winning $126.
Ties were broken by suddendeath shoot offs. The winners and their scores were: Dusty Rhoades (Green Bay)with the only 50 of the day, Curt Riege (Watertown) with 47, Buddy Schaut (Mountain) with 45, Kayla McHugh (Newald) with 43 and Sue Bolyard (Kenosha) with 40. Lewis class shooters could also play options, which paid $124 each this year. Ties were broken by sudden-death shoot offs. The winners were Corey Soldner (Reedsville) with 25-straight on Trap-1, Curt Riege with 25-straight on Trap2 and Dusty Rhoades who won both High Gun and Long Run with his 50. The consolation prize of $90 was won by Dave Dorzok (Kiel). In the meat shoots, numerous steaks and bacon were shot for with many of the contests resulting in spirited shoot offs. The Big 4+ appreciates all who helped make this year’s picnic a success including volunteer workers and also the businesses who donated prizes and helped to sell raffle tickets.
Service Center, Crystal Falls Field Office, Escanaba Field Office, Marquette Customer Service Center, Naubinway Field Office, Newberry Customer Service Center, Norway Field Office and Sault Ste. Marie Field Office. DNR offices will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EDT); they may close earlier if wolf licenses sell out. Also on Aug. 3, DNR wildlife staff members will be available to answer wolf hunting questions at the offices listed above. For more information regarding hunting dates, regulations and the required wolf call-in system, please check the 2013 Wolf Hunting Digest. All digests can be found online at www.michigan.gov/dnrdigests. Paper copies of the digest are available at any location where DNR licenses are sold.
WU donates to Bates project
Rick Commenator of Wildlife Unlimited of Iron County presents a $3,000 check to Bates Township Clerk Barbara Moncivais. The funds are to help defray costs for the handicap-accessible fishing pier at Bates Park on Sunset Lake. The project is part of the Michigan DNR Park Trust grant program.
NRC approves antlerless deer license quotas LANSING—The DNR will make approximately the same number of public-land antlerless deer licenses available to hunters this fall as last, after the Natural Resources Commission approved antlerless license quotas at its meeting last week in Lansing. Private-land licenses, however, will decrease by about 25 percent, most significantly in southern Michigan. The DNR will make 70,550 licenses available for public land, down slightly from last year’s 70,750. A total of 483,400 private-land licenses
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99 take part in Rodeo Run
IRON RIVER—A total of 99 runners took part in the annual Rodeo Run, held here July 20. The races (2-mile, 5K and 10K) all started and ended behind the Windsor Center. Here are the results:
2-mile run/walk, men Overall: 1. Ken Michele, Ishpeming, 14:17; 2. Austin Niemi, Crystal Falls, 18:33; 3. David Fish, Iron River, 20:49. Age group winners: 6-8, Keegan Jacobson, Crystal Falls, 60:25; 9-11, Fish, 20:49; 12-14, Niemi, 18:33; 35-39, Anthony Kollmann, Iron River, 37:29; 4549, Steve Jurecic, Gaastra, 38:25; 50-54, Michele, 14:17; 55-59, Al Anderson, Grafton, Wis., 34:34; 60-64, Harry Welkel, Ishpeming, 40:43; 65-69, Douglas Rosemann, Round Rock, Texas, 36:52. 13 runners total 2-mile run/walk, women Overall: 1. Kendall Miller, Crystal Falls, 18:43; 2. Anna Malmquist, Iron River, 19:10; 3. Karen Miller, Crystal Falls, 19:45. Age group winners: 5-under, Mallory Young, Negaunee, 35:35; 9-11, Malmquist, 19:10; 12-14, Kendall Miller, 18:43; 2124, Hannah Holma, Iron River, 20:56; 40-44, Suzanne Williams, Minnetonka, Minn., 35:37; 4549. Diane Grondin, Crystal Falls, 38:26; 50-54, Karen Miller, 19:45; 55-59, Kim Anderson, Grafton, Wis., 34:35; 60-64, Deb Welkel, Ishpeming, 40:44. 24 runners total 5K Run Men Overall: 1. Joey Schober,
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Steve Orchard was the men’s winner in the 10K race, finishing in 42 minutes, 2 seconds.
Caspian The Guys (Gary Pisoni, Marv La Vacque, Jim Santilli, Dan French) Def. Between the Raindrops (Jeanne Bonetti, Ann Brunswick, Dale Saﬀord, Bonnie Pusaala). Die Hards (Lori Abata, Katie Abata, Sue LaVacque, Betty Scalcucci) def. Playin in the Rain (Tammi Marinello, Sally Santilli, Kris Graves, Nancy Pertzok). Note “We play every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in Caspian. Come and join us. Teams picked every week.”
Runners in the 5K and 10K races head north on Seventh Avenue after the starting gun for the annual Rodeo Run July 20.
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Ready for winter
Four members of the Iron River Ice Hawks Pee Wee hockey team got ready for the upcoming season by attending a weeklong hockey camp at the Michigan Tech Hockey Development Center in Houghton. The team finished the camp by winning its final game 6-5. From left are Nolan Anderson, Holden Ross, Bink Cline and Drew Hebert. (submitted photo)
Joseph W. Polich Bocce League—second half July 22 standings: Tony Fittante Sales 5-1; Alice’s Supper Club 5-1; Mr. T’s 3-3; Gasperini’s Property Service 3-3; Krist Oil Co. 3-3; Dina Mia 2-4; Jacobs Funeral Home 2-4; The Station 1-5. First half champs: Jacobs Funeral Home. July 22 results: Alice’s Supper Club def. Mr. T’s 2-1; Krist Oil Co. def. Dina Mia 2-1; Tony Fittante Sales def. The Station 2-1; Jacobs Funeral Home def. Gasperini Property Service 2-1. Aug. 5 schedule: Gasperini Property Service vs. The Station; Tony Fittante Sales vs. Mr. T’s; Krist Oil Co. vs. Jacobs Funeral Home; Alice’s Supper Club vs. Dina Mia.
Indoor bocce Windsor Center Thursday Night Mixed results, July 25 Motley Crew (Kris Graves, Kim Kunchynski, Amy Pratt, Lorraine Meinhardt, Renee Smith) def. Mothers and Daughters (Jean Scheibe, Joann Menghini, Dale Saﬀord, Sandy Saﬀord) 2-0. Note: New players are invited every Thursday at 5:15 p.m. Teams are randomly chosen each week.
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Back in the Wykon groove
Rebekah Serbinski earned first place in the women’s 10K race in a time of 46 minutes, 46 seconds.
Hello Wykon fans. Wykon fall sports are just around the corner. We look forward to getting back into the Wykon groove. First off, we would like to remind everyone to get their patron ad mailed out this week. This ad is a very inexpensive way to advertise your business. For those of you that go to the games to support the athletes, please consider placing an ad as well. If you need more information, please call 906-265-5893 or find us on Facebook (West Iron County Athletic Booster Club). Second, Meet the Wykons is scheduled for Aug. 20, so please get out and support the athletes. Lastly, do not forget to buy your Football Mania tickets. All athletes have a few to sell, as well as the coaches. Many ticket buyers have won anywhere from $25 to $500. With the startup of Wykon fall sports, always remember to support the athletes any way that you can. They have attended out of town as well as local camps to improve their performance. Please contact a Booster Club member to see what you can do, or attend the next meeting on July 31 at 6 p.m. at the WIC High School.
Iron River Soccer Association, through Week 2 (Wins-Loses-Ties-Points; two points for a win, one for a tie) Under 6 Division: Green, 2-00-4; Neon, 1-1-0-2; Light Blue, 0-1-1 1; Red, 0-1-1-1. Under 8 Division: Green, 2-01-5; Light Blue, 1-1-0-2; Red, 0-21-1. Under 10 Division: Light Blue, 3-0-0-6; Neon, 1-2-0-2; Red, 0-20-0. Under 12 Division: Green, 3-0-0-6; Red, 1-2-0-2; Light Blue, 0-2-0-0. Under 16 Divfision: Red, 2-10-4; Tomasoski, 2-0-0-4; Neon, 0-3-0-0. Games are played at the Gaastra soccer fields.
Summer Basketball League at Bachman Park July 10 First National Bank 64, Varsity Girls 52; Krist Oil 76, JV Boys 32; Dan’s Carpet & Painting 66, Waara 62; Timber Ridge 48, NorthStar 28 July 14 NorthStar 82. JV Boys 52; First National Bank 48, Krist Oil 46; Timber Ridge 72, Dan’s Carpet & Painting 36; Waara 70, Felger Dentistry 52 July 17 Timber Ridge 74, Varsity Girls 38; First National Bank 52, JV Boys 36; Krist Oil 74, Waara 54; NorthStar 44, Varsity 40 July 21 JV Boys 42, Waara 38; First National Bank 56, Old Guys 44; Krist Oil 44, Timber Ridge 40; Dan’s Carpet & Painting 64, Varsity Girls/Felger Dentistry 36
George Youngs Women Golf League Game of the day--T’s and F’s: 1. Jan Allen and Chris Kennedy, 37; 2. Trudy Shelgren and Judy Mastie, 37.5; 3. Bonnie Weatherholt, 44. Birdies: Jen Berlinski on #2; Bonnie Weatherholt on #18. Green balls: Shirley McCollum on #3; Bonnie Weatherholt on #3 and 18; Judy Masrie on #3 and 13. Notes: blind bogey, Jan Allen . .. Iron River C.C. Twilight League, July 23 Green balls: Lisa Powell on #5; Karen Polley, Kelly Possanza, Karen Petts and Tracy Nelson on #8; Jill Sabotta and Linda Saving on #14; Patti Sabotta (with mulligan) and Powell on #17. Chip-ins: Patti Sabotta, Dolly Watts, Jan Frighetto on #9; Nancy Anderson on #11; Nancy Peloso on #16. Birdies: Karen Polley; Pam Gasperini on #4; Linda Saving on #14, Lisa Powell on #16. Low gross: Group A, Karen Polley, 40; B, Rose Shamion, 50; C, Geri Sloat, 51; D, Tracy Nelson, 62. Low net: Karen Polley, 28. Notes: blind bogey, Geri Sloat, Lisa Powell, LeAnn Johnson, Dolly Watts . . . Crystal Falls Men’s Golf Club, July 24 Winning team: 1st National Bank, 263. Team standings: Ben Franklin, 2286; Crystal Bait, 2294; 1st National Bank, 2296; Sherwood Sign, 2298; DeNell Construction, 2317; Sommers Deli, 2319; LPL Financial, 2335; Northern Concrete, 2344. Skins: Jon Anderson on #2; Bryan LaChapelle on #4; Tom Williams on #5; Scott Thrasher on #6 (eagle). Closest to pin: on #3, Mike Wellnitz, 1-6; on #9, Mike Webb, 5-6; second shot on #4, Bryan LaChapelle Jr., 5-2; second shot on #7, Rob Emo, 1-8. Longest putt on #8: Herb Abbott, 20-9. Notes: meal for July 31, chicken by Walt Hagglund and his crew . . Crystal View Ladies Golf League, July 25 Honorable mention: Ann Wagner, 48; Amy Johnson, 48; Mary Hanttula, 48; Janine Ziert, 49; Jean Forstrom, 49. Chip-ins: Sally Santili, Ginger LaRock on #3; Rosie Westcott on #7; Ashley Bortolini on #9. Green balls: Ann Wagner on #9; Ashley Bortolini on #3. Notes: guests, Ann Ziegler, Lindsey Anderson, Ginger LaRock, Amy Johnson . . . Dinner for Aug. 1, pizza from Ravens Nest! Iron River Country Club, fourperson scramble, July 17 1. Nancy Anderson, Mike Hanmer, Randy Jacobs, 65; 2. Joan Barton, Tom Nasser, Dale Saﬀord, Mark Melchiori, 66; 3. Nancy Peloso, Bob Staﬀord, Earl
Metzler, Duane Lombardini, 67. Skins: Melchiori team on #9 and #11 (both eagles). Ryden team on #5. July 24 1. Lois Rollman, Nancy Anderson, George Stockero, Kurt Rollman, Virgil Horton, 67; 2. Terry LaFountain, Tom LaFountain, Bruno Peloso, John Miron, Al Pifke, 67; 3. Lloyd Ryden, Larry Hendrickson, Linda Saving, Mike Hanmer, 68. Skins: Horton team on #5; Jacobs team on #5; Saving team on #14. July 25 (15 holes) 1. Bob Peterson, Gary Burk, Lloyd Ryden, Al Pifke, 51; 2. Scotty Watt, George Stockero, John Waite, Bob Busakowski, 55; 3. Ollie Putz, Ron Lindahl, Chris Nordang, Pete Saving, 55. Four-man teams, July 18 1. Jerry Bugby, Chris Nordang, Charles Proksch, Ray Atanasoﬀ, 12; 2. Dennis Christensen, Mike Nelson, Jim Helgren, Duane Sleeman, 9; 3. (tie) George Stockero, Mike Hanmer, Bob Busakowski, Mike Dallavalle and John Salzeider, Lloyd Ryden, Don Melchiori, Mark Shovald, both 8. Skins: Duane Sleeman, 2; Dennis Christensen, Charles Proksch, Mike Dallavalle, Jim Helgren, Jeﬀ Sabotta, Rick Sabotta, John Cowell, Chris Thomson, Tom Mayo, Ron Atanasoﬀ, Todd Bociek, Mark Melchiori, 1 each. Circle: Chris Thomson, Jeﬀ Sabotta. Medalist: Duane Sleeman, Rick Sabotta, both 75; Chris Thomson, Bob Busakowski, Ray Atanasoﬀ, all 76; Mark Shovald, 78; Todd Bociek, 79. Net points made: Dennis Christensen, John Salzeider, Jack Sherman, all 9; Rick Sabotta, 8; Chris Nordang, 7; Bob Busakowski, 6; Ray Atanasoﬀ, 5. July 25 1. Jim Bracket, Harry Jorgensen, Erik Westphal, Ray Atanasoﬀ, 12; 2. Jerry Bugby, Gary Scalcucci, John Cowell, Mark Shovald, 7; 3. Ron Frailing, Mike Nelson, Don Melchiori, Chris Thomson, 1. Skins: Erik Westphal, Charles Proksch, John Cowell, all 2; Chris Thomson, Tom Mayo, Fred Behling, all 1. Medalist: Chris Thomson, Fred Behling, both 75; Mark Shovald, Erik Westphal, both 77; Ray Atanasoﬀ, 79. Net points made: Jim Bracket, John Cowell, Ron Frailing, Pete Gasperini, all 7; Erik Westphal, 6; Dave Frailing, 4.
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Dr. Sharisse Holinej
NORTHSTAR Health System is pleased to welcome Dr. Sharisse Holinej to the Crystal Falls Medical Clinic in Crystal Falls on August 6th, 2013. Dr. Sharisse specializes in primary care for the whole family; children, teens, adults and seniors. From preventive care, wellness visits to acute illness, Dr. Sharisse is eager to make a difference in our community. Dr. Sharisse is a native of Trinidad, but has spent the majority of her life in Toronto, Canada. She received her medical degree at St. James School of Medicine, Bonaire, and completed her internship at Port of Spain Hospital Medical, Trinidad. Dr. Sharisse completed residency at Creighton Family Medicine, Omaha, Nebraska.
Now accepting new patients Crystal Falls Medical Clinic 1328 W. US Highway 2 Crystal Falls, MI 49920
Alice’s Supper Club was the winning team in the Global Response golf scramble, held at Iron River Country Club on July 19. From left: Mark Melchiori, Rick Sabotta, Dennis Margoni, Jeff Sabott and Duane Sleeman. Margoni is from the Recreation Association of Iron County, the group benefitting from the fund-raiser. (submitted photo)
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