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Shoppers at the Holiday In Lights Craft Fair at the Windsor Center Dec. 1 had plenty to look at, including intarsia ornaments and decorations by Seth Verhagen from Caspian. More than 60 vendors packed into the Windsor Center for the event.

County looks at dam maintenance

IRON COUNTY—The Iron County Road Commission may have one more job added to its list of responsibilities. But the commissioners have nearly four years to get ready. According to county Drain Commissioner Tom Clark, the county could legally dissolve his ofce. According to the Drain Code of 1956, because Iron County’s population has fallen below 12,000, the drain commissioner job could be turned over to the road commission. Clark is responsible for assessing and maintaining three dams in Iron County: at Stager Lake, Sunset Lake and Fortune Lake. TheCountyBoardcurrently allocates $10,000 to each lake annually. However, those

annual assessments must be done by a licensed engineer. Most Michigan counties have farmed dam oversight duties out to their road commissions, which have an engineer on staff. However, the drain commissioner’s of ce cannot be terminated during the current of cial’s tenure. So the County Board would have to dissolve the of ce prior to the next election—in this case, November 2016. In the meantime, GEI Consultants Inc. of Iron River is providing engineering services for the drain commissioner. Clark has been working on a Michigan Department of Environmental Quality grant to repair Iron County dams.

County budget public hearing set Dec. 11

CRYSTAL FALLS—The Iron County Board of Commissioners will gather in the courtroom at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, to take the oath of ofce. Jim Brennan, Ray Coates and Patti Peretto will join Beverly Camp and Carl Lind when the new board meets in January 2012. After the ceremony, the board will conduct the nal public hearing for the 2013 budget at 1 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room of the courthouse annex. The board will hold its

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regular meeting beginning at 1:30 p.m. in the commission room, during which the $5.3 million 2013 budget is scheduled for a vote. The budget includes a 2 percent pay raise for county employees.

budget includes a 2 percent pay raise for county employees. From times past People from biblical

From times past

People from biblical times walked down Genesee Street and greeted spectators along the Christmas parade route in Iron River Dec. 1, part of its Holiday in Lights celebration. They

will be taking part in the Live Nativity being held at First Baptist Church in Iron River this weekend. More Holiday in Lights photos on page 2.

Officials uneasy about school fund bill

By Mark Lewis IRON COUNTY—A proposal to change Michigan school nancing has Iron County’s state representative-elect and area school ofcials concerned as it moves through the Legislature. With the motto, “Any time, any place, any way, any pace,” The Oxford Foundation of Michigan proposed nance option claims to create more educational opportunities for students. But opponents raise concerns about where Michigan tax dollars will be spent and who will be accountable for providing quality education. “Whenweloselocalcontrol over our local school districts. that’s when I think we’re in trouble,” 110th District Rep.- elect Scott Dianda said in a phone interview Friday. “I want to see local control of our local governments,” he added. Dianda, who replaces Rep. Matt Huuki in January, is concerned that the oversight and transparency local school districts provide would be missing if statewide authorities took control. He is concerned that “emergency management teams” called for in the bill would usurp local authorities. Dianda said school districts should reect local values. He added that the social skills students learn while attending public schools are essential to education. The Michigan Education Finance Project is designed to replace the School Aid Act of 1979. That legislation funded public schools based on student enrollment. When the law was enacted, the vast majority of Michigan students attended public schools. Private school tuitions and operating costs

were paid by students. Home- schooling was uncommon. The new nance proposal would “make the money follow the students,” according to the Oxford Foundation of Michigan. Established in as a non- pro t organization in 1991, the Oxford Foundation tasked itself with “lessening the burden of government,” according to its charter. In May, Gov. Rick Snyder enlisted the foundation to help draft the Michigan Education Finance Project. But according to a proposal, the group would also implement the program and oversee funding dispersal. Elements of the program include per-pupil funding untethered to a conventional school district. That would allow students to attend any school district regardless of their residence and demands performance-based funding rather that attendance-based funding. The proposal calls for an “educational system that offers unfettered exibility and adaptability for student learning models and styles.” What the system lacks is accountability. While public schools will be forced to meet certain standardized test scores to maintain funding, home schools and charter schools will have a different set of guidelines. “When you say, ‘anytime, anyplace, any way, any pace,’ you open up an awful lot of issues,” West Iron County School Superintendent Chris

Thomson said. “For example; cyber schools. If you’re paying for a student to go to a school online, there’s a good chance your money isn’t staying in

Michigan,” Thomson said. The Forest Park Board of Education is planning a meeting to discuss the issue. Continued on page 5

a meeting to discuss the issue. Continued on page 5 Meeting with Santa Tara Lincoln and

Meeting with Santa

Tara Lincoln and 4-month-old Sophia Abbey took time to meet with Santa Claus Dec. 1 at the West Iron District Library. St. Nicholas was on hand to greet children throughout the day as part of the holiday festivities at the library in Iron River

part of the holiday festivities at the library in Iron River ‘Toys’ drive under way Supporters

‘Toys’ drive under way

Supporters of the annual Toys For Tots drive gathered in front of Angeli’s Central Market Nov. 30. Angeli’s is one of 40 dropoff points in Iron County. Pictured from the left are U.S. Marine Corps League Vice Commandant Dennis Saunders, Angeli’s patron and Toys For Tots contributor Florence Trotta, Toys For Tots community organizer Ilene Recla, Angeli’s store director Gary Smith, Michigan State Police troopers Ryan Rossler and Brad Lammi, Iron County Sheriff Mark Valesano, Iron River Police Chief Mike Goriesky, Jacob Metz from the West Iron County Fire Department and USMC League Commandant Skip Bilski. Toys can be dropped off at the Iron County Courthouse, Jubilee Foods, Shopko, Snyder Drugs, The Corner Drug Store, Bigari’s Ace Hardware, E&E Hardware, the Iron County Chamber of Commerce, Iron River City Hall, Iron County Sheriff’s Department, Dollar General, VFW and American Legion Halls and several other locations. Toys For Tots cans are also located throughout the county for monetary donations. Last year, donations to Toys For Tots helped 710 families in Iron County.

Cleanup under way at bowling alley site

IRON RIVER—Cleanup of debris from a re that de- stroyed an Iron River bowling facility has begun. “This is long overdue and has been a long time in com- ing,” Iron River City Manager Perry Franzoi said Nov. 30, as a crew from Superior Excavat- ing loaded rubble from River City Lanes into trucks. “I’m glad to see it’s being taken care of.” The bowling alley was destroyed by re on May 20, 2011. This October, the city led suit in 41st Circuit Court to force property owner John

Hohensee and North Pointe Insurance Co. to clean up the site. The city has written the property owner seven $500 blight ordinance citations. According to court docu- ments, Hohensee has filed suit against the insurance company, claiming costs for the cleanup should be cov- ered by his insurance poli-

cy. Hohensee and North Pointe were due in court Dec. 5 for a preliminary hearing before Judge Richard Celello to adju- dicate the city’s claim.

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Holiday in Lights 2012

REPORTER, December 5, 2012, Page 2 Holiday in Lights 2012 Lakeland Baptist Church’s fl oat in
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Lakeland Baptist Church’s oat in the Christmas parade won the Christmas Bells award for the best use of theme. Featured were parts of its Live Nativity, taking place this weekend.

The Young Pacesetters 4-H group won the Jingle Bells Award for the best youth entry
The Young Pacesetters 4-H group won the Jingle Bells Award for the best youth entry during
the Christmas parade held Dec. 1 as part of Holiday in Lights celebration in Iron River.
Kevin Zini featured a large display of his nature photography
during Saturday’s craft show. The Caspian native also
restores old photographs and does wedding and family
photography.
old photographs and does wedding and family photography. Find Twinkle winner Jenna Sunn of Iron River

Find Twinkle winner

Jenna Sunn of Iron River won the annual Find Twinkle contest sponsored by Iron River Community Concepts. Sunn won the honor of lighting the Christmas tree at the Chamber of Commerce RV park and was awarded a Twinkle doll.

There was no shortage of Christmas treats for sale at the Holiday In Lights Arts and Crafts Fair at the Windsor Center. The only hard part was deciding what to try rst.

The only hard part was deciding what to try fi rst. The fl oat for the

The oat for the upcoming IronLine sled dog race featured a projector and screen showing a video of sled dog racing. Several dogs had places of honor on the oat itself. IronLine won the Sleigh Bells community award.

Santa had a little help Saturday while visiting the West Iron District Library. Lending a hand, from the left, were Stephanie Spanos, Keischa Swanson and Madeline Warra.

Holiday in Lights winners listed

the reworks themselves. Earlier, shoppers turned out to visit more than 60 vendors at the Holiday in Lights Arts and Crafts Fair at the Windsor Center, where knitters, woodworkers, seamstresses, photographers and other cooks and crafters plied their wares. The West Iron District Library also hosted Santa Claus, day-long children’s activities and an afternoon chili feed for those looking to warm up before the parade. The Holiday In Lights event was sponsored by Iron River Community Concepts.

IRON RIVER—Jenna Sunn won the “Find Twinkle” contest and the honor of lighting the Holiday in Lights Christmas tree on Dec. 1. Winning top honors during the parade were Young Pacesetters in the Jingle Bells Award division for youth entries, IronLine sled dog team in the Sleigh Bells Award for the community organization division, NorthStar Health Systems in the Silver Bells Award commercial division and Lakeland Baptist Church in the Christmas Bells division for the best use of this year’s theme, Christmas Bells. The parade kicked off at 6 p.m. Saturday in damp conditions. More than a dozen oats joined the parade. After the parade, the community Christmas tree was lit at the Chamber of Commerce RV Park. The reworks show was mostly obscured by the low clouds, fog and smoke from

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Mansfield’s Pioneer Church service Dec. 11

MANSFIELD TOWNSHIP-- Once again, the lanterns will be burning in the Pioneer Church on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 6:30 p.m. as churchgoers attend the annual caroling ser- vice at Manseld’s restored log church. Each year, the Manseld Memories Committee spon- sors this Christmas celebration reminiscent of the faith of the early settlers. This service is the high- light of the Christmas sea- son for many because of the uniqueness of the church and the simplicity of the service it- self. Join together with family and friends from Manseld and beyond as we celebrate “The Reason for the Season,” the birth of our Lord Jesus. Members of the Manseld Mini-Mights 4-H club will again portray the Nativity

scene to some of the favorite Christmas carols.

The guest minister will be the Rev. Dan Zaloga of St. Mary and St. Joseph’s Church in Iron Mountain. Everyone is invited to attend the service and to join in the social that will follow. Directions: From M-69 (about four miles east of Crys- tal Falls or six miles west of Sagola), turn north on Mans- eld Cut-off Road. Travel un- til you reach a fork in the road, at the mine pit, and turn left onto Stream Road. The church is a half mile from the fork. No admission fee is charged. A free-will offering will be taken to help with the upkeep of the building. Reminder: Manseld Township will host its annual Christmas program on Satur- day, Dec. 15, at the Township Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Beechwood sets craft show this Saturday

BEECHWOOD--The annual arts and crafts show will be held Saturday, Dec. 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Beechwood Hall, nine miles west of Iron River. Directions: turn right on Beechwood Store Road and go 1/2 mile or 7.5 miles west of Iron River, and turn right on Cemetery Road to the intersection with Beechwood

Store Road. Local crafters, the Beechwood Historical Society and the Iron County Museum (Marcia Bernhardt) will have crafts, books and other gifts for sale. There will also be baked goods. There are still some tables available for sellers. Please call Charlotte Bo nger at 906-284-1501 for more information.

Second Sunday Folk Dance features Bovee and Heil

CRYSTAL FALLS--On Sun- day, Dec. 9, the Second Sun- day Folk Dance presents old- time music duo Bob Bovee and Gail Heil. The concert portion of the event starts at 4 p.m. at the Fortune Lake Camp in Crystal Falls. Dean and Bette Premo (White Water) host the event. Husband-and-wife duo Bob Bovee and Gail Heil have spent 30 years traveling the country with ddle, banjo, gui- tar, harmonica and autoharp, playing old-time music. A na- tive Nebraskan, Bob, learned the old songs from his grand- mother who was fond of cow- boy and train wreck songs, and his uncle who favored hobo and cowboy numbers (includ- ing yodeling). Gail came from Missouri and learned a large

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Windsor Center in Iron River, Dec. 7 to 9. (West End Players photo)

West End Players’ ‘Grinch’ this weekend

IRON RIVER—The West End Players invites the public to their showing of Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” at the Windsor Center in Iron River. Shows will be Friday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Dec.

9, at 2 p.m. The play is being directed by Traci Howell, a local artist in Iron River, and includes a cast of children and youth from both Dickinson and Iron counties. The cast is as follows: The Grinch- Josh Miskell, Old Max- Luke Peterson, Young

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Lakeland Baptist Church’s live nativity is becoming an annual event in the area. (Lakeland photo)

Lakeland Baptist’s ‘Live Nativity’ this weekend

IRON RIVER—On Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 8 and 9, the parking lot of Lakeland Bap- tist Church will once again be transformed into the little town of Bethlehem, featur-

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Porter School craft show, fundraiser

ALPHA—The Porter School Market Place will be holding its December Christmas Craft Shows this Saturday, Dec. 8, in conjunction with the annual Justin Elson Scholarship Fundraiser. The event will take place at the historic Porter School. The craft show and fundraiser will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Santa will be at the Market Place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to hear the children’s Christmas wishes. For the scholarship fundraiser, Maureen Elson will have items to purchase

Business After Hours Dec. 6

IRON COUNTY—The Business After Hours will be Dec. 6 from 5-7 p.m. at George Young’s with the Chambers of Commerce’s annual silent auction. It is sponsored by An- geli Foods & First National Bank & Trust of Iron River. Chamber members, em- ployees, friends and guests are invite to network, so- cialize and qualify for door prizes.

including Belgian Lukken cookies. There will be a Pampered Chef demonstration by Ginger Davis, with part of the proceeds going to the fund. She will have soup, chili and more to sample. With a donation of two non-perishable food items for the local food pantry, shoppers can receive a Season’s Best recipe book. Local author Lee Schultz will be at the Porter School Library doing a book signing. A portion of her sales goes to the Porter School Library and Resource Center. Donations from the library’s Back Room Used Books Store helps support the area’s resource center. Handcrafted items include quilts and afghans, holiday cards, notes and treasures, ribbon jewelry, hand-woven rugs, soaps and lotions, pet clothing, dolls and clothing, birdhouses, Mary Kay products, fabric crafts, stone jewelry, wool candle mats, handcrafted knives, baked goods, jams and jellies, holiday decor and much more. Sign up for holiday door prizes, get locally made holiday gifts and meet with friends at the Porter School Market Place’s Christmas Craft Show.

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Herbal Remedies for the Winter Blues

With the winter season upon us, many experience the winter blues. Sometimes we look for a pick me up during this time of year. Many of us have heard or seen advertisements for an herbal product called St John’s Wart. This has been listed as an emotional pick up or an antidepressant. Even though it does help with the seasonal blues, you should always check with your doctor or pharmacist before starting any over the counter medications. Herbal medications especially interfere with many prescriptions. One interaction is St John’s Wart and prescription anti-depressants. Examples of these medications are Prozac, Celexa, and Zoloft.

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IRON COUNTY—One of the two suspects charged in the recent theft of a motor vehicle from Angeli’s Central Market was in Iron County Trial Court on Monday, Nov. 26. Eighteen-year-old Shad Bryan of L’Anse was charged with one count of unlawful driving away of a motor ve- hicle, a ve-year felony, and

one count of eeing or eluding

a police ofcer, also a ve-year

felony. Bryan waived his prelimi- nary examination and was bound over to circuit court, where he entered not guilty pleas on both counts. The charges allege that Bryan, along with alleged accomplice Devin Curtis, stole a motor vehicle from the Angeli’s Cen- tral Market parking lot in Iron River. After a high speed chase, which ended in the defendants crashing the vehicle, the two ed on foot. They were later located by police. The Iron River Police, Michigan State Police, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Tribal Police and Michigan DNR conservation

of cers all assisted in the inci- dent. Bryan will next appear for

a Circuit Court pretrial confer- ence on Dec. 17 at 10:30 a.m. His co-defendant is cur- rently wanted on a bench war- rant for failure to appear in court. Forty-nine-year-old The- resa Kay Lato of Crystal Falls appeared to enter a plea in a case charging her with breaking and entering a building, a ten- year felony, and possession of

a controlled substance, a two-

year felony. Lato was charged as a habitual offender, third offense, doubling the possible maximum penalties to 20 years on the breaking and entering and four years on the posses- sion charge. The charges stem from a June 2, 2012, incident in which Lato allegedly stole sterling silver and gold bars from a family member. The items were later recovered. Lato admitted to the theft and pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of larceny from a build- ing, habitual offender, second offense, which carries a maxi- mum penalty of six years in prison. The possession charge was dismissed in exchange

Winter road closure

IRON RIVER—The Iron County Road Commission announces that Division Street Hill will be closed to all traf- c for the winter until further notice.

Courthouse

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IRON COUNTY—The Iron County Courthouse will be closed from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12 to recog- nize their 2012 retirees as well as for their Christmas party. We apologize for any incon- venience.

for the guilty plea. She will be sentenced Jan. 7, 2013, at 10:30 a.m. The case was investigated by the Iron County Sheriff’s Of ce. Bobby Joe Nordstrom, 37, of Iron River also appeared to enter a plea. Nordstrom was charged, alleging that in a July 2012 incident he, while intoxicated, pointed a shotgun at family members in an at-

tempt to scare them. Initially

called in as a potential hostage situation, further investigation revealed that the family mem- bers were able to ee the area and call 911. No injuries were reported. Nordstrom was charged with one felony count of being

a felon in possession of a re-

arm, which normally carries a ve-year maximum term. As a fourth-time habitual offender, Nordstrom could have faced life in prison from the charge. He was also charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, four-year felo-

nies, increased to 15 years, due to the habitual offender, fourth status. A 93-day misdemeanor of possession of a rearm while under the in uence was also led.

Per an agreement with Iron County Prosecuting Attorney Melissa Powell, Nordstrom plead guilty to being a felon in possession of a rearm as

a habitual offender, second

offense, which decreased the maximum penalty from life to 7 ½ years. He also pleaded guilty to one assault with a deadly weapon charge as a second-time habitual offender,

making it a six-year felony. In exchange for the guilty plea, one assault felony and the mis- demeanor possession charge were dismissed. Nordstrom was also given the reduction from habitual offender fourth to second offender as part of the exchange. He will be sentenced on Jan. 7, 2013, at 10 a.m. The Iron County Sheriff’s office handled the investigation with assistance from the Michigan State Police.

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NOTICE

Crystal Falls Township Board will be having their monthly board meeting on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012 instead of Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2012. The board will be interviewing for the treasurer and utility billing clerk at 3 p.m., with the meeting to follow. Joanne Seppala/Clerk

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The Reporter welcomes let- ters on topics of local interest to our readers. All letters should include the full name of the writer, street address, city and tele- phone number. Letters over 300 words are subject to editing for length, accuracy and clar- ity, and will be published only as space allows. Anonymous letters, photocopies, letters to third parties and letters to other publications will not be considered. Letters from one individual will be limited to two per month. The use of any material is at the discretion of the Reporter, which reserves the right to edit them to avoid obscenity or libel. Letters es- pousing personal political or

religious doctrine will not be published.

‘Promises weren’t kept’

To the editor:

Iron County Board Chair Wayne Wales, didn’t keep his

promise to the users of the Iron River Senior Center because guess what seniors, on Friday, Nov. 16, DICSA announced major changes at the center, regarding the meals and the limited transportation program.

I think we are the only, or one

of the few counties in the U.P. that does not have five day

a week senior transportation

system in place. This was cut

approximately 6-8 or more years ago and never returned in the next budget year. But does the county board care? Maybe the new board will help x the transportation problem in Iron

County. I have not driven since February of 1995 and I started

riding the service bus to the hair shop on Fridays in July of 1997

at which time it cost $1 per ride

and ran ve days a week. Now I pay $2.50 a ride (big increase). They discriminate and charge people under 60 higher prices for the same ride and the same meal, I was told this is dictated by the Feds but no one has ever tried to get it changed and so they could treat everyone equal.

AARP says you are a senior at 50 when they invite you to join their organization. Now as of Dec. 3 the bus will run four days a week (Mon.-Thurs.), but not on Fridays which is the day that users ride the bus to stock up and get ready for the weekend, but did Jeff at DICSA and the Iron River Co- directors, consider this – I don’t think so because if they had they would have kept Fridays and stayed closed on Mondays or Thursdays. We also have to cancel our Fun Time 1:15 p.m. Bingo or schedule it two days in a row. Not once have they ever met with the people who patronize the center. (They did send out a very costly survey which was another joke). I told Jeff they should do that a year ago and he told me that was an excellent idea but he never did it. He and others are penny wise, pound foolish and don’t even get me started about the famous people who sit on the Site Council. If you want my thoughts on that call me at 265- 5323 and I’ll share my thoughts gladly with you. You have to be 55 to sit on the Site Council, and I turned 55 two years ago and considered running for a seat and I don’t doubt that I

would have been elected but I am way too progressive and de- cided not to run and aggravate

myself. The Iron River senior building is one of the nicest centers in the U.P., much nicer than the one in my hometown of Munising but on the other hand, Alger County has a voted millage for transportation there and a wonderful bus schedule and interestingly enough they don’t have a paid director nor do they cook their meals at the center; the hospital cooks the meals on wheels there and at

a considerable cost savings. If

DICSA, at some point closes the Iron River center, I will blame the County Board and the Site Council. Enough said. -s- Jeanne M. Lake, 5 hour a week bingo volunteer and meal patron 1-3x a week since 2001.

Thin ice blamed for two incidents

IRON COUNTY—Sheriff Mark Valesano warns residents to proceed with caution as ice begins forming on area lakes. The sheriff reports two inci- dents last week when residents fell through ice. The rst incident occurred Nov. 26 when a man on Wagner Lake fell through the ice while

trying to rescue a dog. A similar incident occurred Nov. 27 when

a man broke through the ice on

Hagerman Lake. In that case, the individual was rescued by a neighbor. He was treated for injuries at a lo- cal hospital and released. That individual was also rescuing a dog when he fell into the lake. “With the warm fall, ice conditions should be consid- ered unsafe,” Valesano said. “Currents, springs and chang-

ing water levels in reservoirs all have an impact on ice safety.” According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, four inches of ice can hold a person. Five inches of ice can safely hold

a snowmobile and 12 to 18

inches of ice are required to safely support a light truck. “When you venture out on the ice, you should talk to someone familiar with the lake

you are going to visit about ice conditions and let someone know where you are going and when you are going to be

back,” Valesano said. “It is also

a good idea to take a set of ice

picks or nails with you to help you get back on the ice in the event you fall in.” Valesano encourages people to stay off the ice until it be- comes safe.

BOARD VACANCIES

The Dickinson-Iron Community Services Agency is seeking applications from interested individuals from Iron County to ll two Public Sector vacancies on the DICSA Governing Board. Qualified applicants must be elected ofcials currently holding of ce and have a strong interest in the agency mission and programming. Interested individuals should submit a letter outlining their interest and qualications to:

Jeffrey Heino, Executive Director DICSA 800 Crystal Lake Blvd. Suite 104 Iron Mountain, MI 49801

APPLICATION DEADLINE 4:30 PM December 21, 2012

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SEEKING INSURANCE BIDS

The Iron River Housing Commission is seeking bids for property & liability insurance for Sunset Manor Apartments and City View Apartments. For more information, please call (906) 265- 5540 or 265-4398. Bids must be received by Wednesday, Dec. 12 and may be mailed to:

Iron River Housing Commission 236 Third Avenue Iron River, MI 49935 The Iron River Housing Commission reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

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From the Reporter Files

Remember when

Ten years ago (2002):

Nicole Hansen, a junior at For- est Park High School, has been selected to perform with the

2003 National Wind Ensemble

in Carnegie Hall. John and Elinor (Nell) Serena celebrated their 60 years of marriage Oct. 31 at Spring Valley Apartments, where they currently reside. West Iron County Middle School seventh grade Students of the Month for October and September, Erin Gustafson, Zach Stuck, Michael Baum- gartner and Ashley Schmidt, were awarded certificates of recognition of success. West Iron County Middle School eighth grade “Student Leaders of the Month” for October were Brian Hinch and Emily Drake. Twenty-five years ago (1987): Congratulations to Chuck and Kathy Phillips of Crystal Falls on the birth of Blaise Allen on Dec. 12 at Iron County General Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidd of Farmington Hills and Naomi and Jim Phillips of Crystal Falls. The 1987 deer season was

a big one for Tammy Schuls

of Gaastra. She lled two tags Nov. 19. The rst was a doe, while the second was a four point, 150 pound buck shot in the Crystal Falls area. Nearly three years after work began and 2 1/2 years after the Bates Township Cen- tennial, “The Bates Township Legacy–1885-1985” arrived from the printers last week, just in time for Christmas 1987. Fifty years ago (1962):

Mr. and Mrs. James Evanoff of Stambaugh are the parents of a daughter, Holly Marie, born Dec. 10 at Stambaugh General Hospital. Diane M. Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Nelson of Bates Township, and George J. Adzima, son of Mrs. Barbara Adzima of Shabonna, Ill., repeated their nuptial vows recently before the altar of St. Cecilia Church in Caspian, with the Rev. Fr. Herman Fadale of ciating at the double ring ceremony. Clayton Youngren of Stam- baugh laid claim to the largest deer killed to date during the recent hunting season. He shot the eight-point 260-pound buck Nov. 18 in the Chicagoan Lake

area.

From the Diamond Drill files

Out of the Past

100 years ago: The year

1912 will go down in history

as the one in which the greatest

tonnage sent out by the Lake Superior District to date has

been forwarded to the furnaces

in the lower section of the coun-

try. The total tonnage sent by

water was 47,426,801 tons. Fifty years ago: The Crys- tal Falls Trojans, primed and cocked for their opener Sat- urday against the Norway Vi- kings, were victims of wet powder and int and gave off no sparks as they barely got off the ground in a 49-36 loss to the Dickinson County quintet. Super Valu ad: Round steak- 69c per pound, Bacon- 55c per pound 25 years ago: Headline “Five Deer Jump Off City Ga- rage Roof”- Five deer jumped off the roof of the Crystal Falls city garage on Wednesday afternoon, sending the down-

town area into a fury of activity for a half hour when three of the

deer suffered fatal injuries and two more escaped with appar- ently little harm. The deer had been grazing on the courthouse

lawn at the top of the hill. Then they spooked and made a mad dash behind the post ofce and across U.S. 2 to the parking lot of McGregor Chevrolet. The parking lot is also the roof of the city garage, which is built into the side of a hill. Ad: Great Gift ideas – La- dies and Men’s digital wrist watch – reg. $5- Clearance $3 Malkin and Sons Harbour House Museum volunteers are available to help people nd 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.

SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS

1st Wednesday

Stambaugh Township

7 p.m.

1st Tuesday

CF Twp. Planning Commission

and Zoning Board

4 p.m.

2nd Monday

Crystal Falls City

5 p.m.

Mastodon Township

6 p.m.

Hematite Township

7 p.m.

2nd Tuesday

Iron County Road Commission

8:30 a.m.

County Board Bi-Monthly

1:30 p.m.

Crystal Falls Township

4:30 p.m.

Iron River Township

6 p.m.

2nd Wednesday

Bates Township

6 p.m.

Caspian City Commission

5:15 p.m.

2nd Thursday

Gaastra City Commission

4:30 p.m.

Alpha Village Board

6 p.m.

3rd Monday

West Iron County Bd. of Ed

6 p.m.

3rd Thursday

Economic Development Corp.

8 a.m.

3rd Wednesday

Iron River City Commission

2 p.m.

3rd Wednesday

Mans eld Township

6:30 p.m.

4th Monday

Forest Park Bd. of Ed.

6 p.m.

Last Tuesday

WIC Sewer Authority

8 a.m.

4th Tuesday

County Board Bi-Monthly

1:30 p.m.

15th of the Month

Watersmeet Twp. (if the 15th is a Friday, then the following Monday

7 p.m.

1:30 p.m. 15th of the Month Watersmeet Twp. (if the 15th is a Friday, then the

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IRON COUNTY REPORTER, December 5, 2012, Page 5 Power plant tour Students in Jan Stacy’s fi

Power plant tour

Students in Jan Stacy’s fth grade recently took a eld trip to the Crystal Falls power plant as an extension to the science unit entitled “Measuring Changes in Motion,” with a focus on machines, energy and work. David Graff gave the students a tour of the plant with an in depth lesson on how energy can be transferred. (Forest Park photo)

Museum Tree Galleria winners announced

CASPIAN—The 23rd annual Christmas Tree Galleria at the Iron County Historical Mu- seum came to a close on Sun- day, Nov. 18, with a musical program by Ironland of Iron River. The museum thanked

all the volunteers, participants, donors and sponsors of this fund-raising event. There were 40 Christmas trees this year, and all were decorated for the season along with 39 baskets that were for the raf e that was held Nov.

18.

The basket raf e winners are: Sharon Boodry, Tipler, Wis., Faye Plessinger, Rox- anne Halls, Crystal Falls, Mar- ion Masnova, Antje Colony/ Nancy Wojcik, Carol Erick- son, Conrad Fredlund, Scott Shamion, Sandy Tegge, Gloria Recla, Joanne Place, Gaas- tra, S. West, Goodman, Wis., Charles Dora, Alpha, Nich- ole Osterlund, James Quayle, Betty Hanold, Betty McLean, Avie Powell, B.J. Waite, Mary Baumgartner, Karen Patton, Peggy Angeloff, Dorothy Javoroski, Michele Quayle, Jen Jackson, Susan Read, Kathy Sheehy, Michele Fer- rara, Rhonda Erickson, Bev

Cousineau, Jean Lindbeck, Sue McLeod, Florence John- son, Gerald Fitzpatrick, Karen Commenator, DwaineVerville, Tina Brunswick, Donna Para- venti, Sue Austin. In addition, there was a raf- e for a black and white quilt given by the Carrie Jacobs Bond Quilters and a white Christmas tree decorated as a snowman with boots, top hat and suitcase, created by Jim and Sally Santilli of Caspian and Florida. The quilt was won by Kori Gervae, and the snowman tree was won by Ron and B.J. De- Zorzi. All the canned goods were donated to St. Vincent de Paul.

Senior Center dance Dec. 8

IRON RIVER—The Iron

River Senior Center presents

a special Christmas dance on

Saturday, Dec. 8, from 6 to 9 p.m. The $5 admission includes

a light lunch and entertainment by Richie Stanek. The senior center is located

at 814 Fourth Ave.

State puts Camp Ottawa up for sale

By Wendy Otto-Shimun IRON RIVER TOWNSHIP— After years of attempting to collect a sewer availability charge on the state-owned former Camp Ottawa facility, Iron River Township may be ready to give up. At the Township Board’s November meeting, Supervisor Mark Polley reported on a recent meeting between representatives from the township and Gov. Rick Snyder’s of ce. “They owe us,” saidTrustee Ken Piwarski, who was at the meeting, “but it’s not going to happen,” regarding the long overdue bill. Despite that, the township did receive some good news:

Though the former prison camp was said to be bonded and unable to be sold until 2025, it was recently added to the state’s surplus property list and has been put up for sale. Township attorney Steve

Diabetes group party on Dec. 12

CASPIAN—The Diabetes Support Group will hold its annual Christmas party on

Wednesday, Dec. 12, at noon at the Spring Valley Apartments

in Caspian. Please note the location

and time change for this event.

It will be potluck, so bring

a dish. Tableware will be

provided. If you would like to

participate in the gift exchange, please bring something that could be used by either men or women, and is valued at around $5. Anyone with diabetes or who has family/friends with diabetes is welcome to come.

If you have any questions

about support group meetings

or diabetes education, call the

diabetes clinic of NorthStar Health System at 265-2153.

School bill

Continued from page 1 Superintendent Becky Waters was unavailable to comment. Dianda is concerned that commercial schools would value prots above providing a solid education. “I want to make this clear,” Dianda said. “These

are for-prot companies that

we are putting in charge of our children’s education.” Despite less than a month remaining in Michigan’s current legislative session,

Dianda believes the bill could still be passed. He suspects that revamping Michigan’s education nancing system is

a top priority for legislators

before the new Legislature is seated in January.

Before becoming law, House Bill 6004 must be approved by the House of Representatives and Senate and then be signed by Gov. Snyder.

Polich explained that the state’s position was that the title to the property could be turned over to an industrial, commercial or educational concern for the sum of $1. Polley noted there is currently one promising prospect looking at the site. Although the land is zoned residential, that could be changed. “I’m sure the board will help if it means jobs.” he said. “It could also go back on the tax roll.” Although the state has continued to maintain the building, it has failed to pay the large sewer availability charge, specically put in place to protect the township and help cover the costs of the sewer lift station and other sewer infrastructure associated with the facility. The charge was added in July 2009 and was never recognized by the Michigan Department of Corrections. One resident questioned whether the board would continue to charge the fee, knowing that the state does not plan to pay up. He also

wondered if sewer charges for the facility would be forgiven or if the new owner would be responsible. Polley said that would be something the next Township Board would have to decide, although he did say that it would not be fair to charge the residents of the township if the state was not paying. Township residents had

a lot of decisions to make on the November ballot. When all was said and done, three incumbents were un-seated. Sixty-three percent, or 601 of the township’s 954 registered voters, took part in the election. After 12 years, Supervisor Polley was defeated by Scott Tarsi, who received 52 percent of the vote to Polley’s 47 percent. Clerk Amber Laturi retained her position, while Robert Tulppo will take over as treasurer. Trustee Alden Froblom held on to his seat, but Kenneth Piwarski was beaten out by Michael Sheehy. Although the renewal request for one mill for the township’s roads passed, it

Rickman trial set to start Feb. 26

IRON COUNTY—A former Alpha village clerk charged with embezzlement is sched- uled for Circuit Court trial af-

ter a November hearing. Nicholas John Rickman, 34, of Alpha faces eight fel- ony charges and a maximum sentence of 99 years in pris- on.

Court documents allege that Rickman wrote three checks to himself from a vil-

lage of Alpha account while serving as clerk from March through August. Those checks totaled $510, according to court documents. He was ar- rested after a two-month in-

vestigation by the Iron County Sheriff’s Department on war- rants authorized by Prosecu- tor Melissa Powell. Rickman remains free on bond and has retained Geof- frey Lawrence as counsel. A supplement pretrial has been scheduled for Feb. 4 with a trial beginning Feb 26 before Judge C. Joseph Schwedler in Iron County circuit court. Rickman faces three counts of uttering and pub- lishing, three counts of forg- ery and one count each of embezzlement by a public of- cial and embezzlement by a public of cial of tax monies.

FP Board approves two policy changes

CRYSTAL FALLS—The Forest Part Board of Education approved two policy issues during its Nov. 26 meeting. Board members toughened the policy regarding who can represent the school district during certain events. Any student on probation, who has been convicted of a high misdemeanor or felony, who enters a no contest plea to a criminal charge or admits to a crime is barred from representing Forest Park during homecoming or prom

activities. The additions supplement current policy in student handbooks, Forest Park Superintendent Becky Waters said. The policy was passed unanimously. The board also instituted a new policy that would charge a

student for an additional lunch

if caught sharing food.

Because the district participates in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Federal Food Program, deterrents to sharing meals are required. If students decide to share purchased meals, the student sharing food will be charged for two meals. Students continuing to share from their tray will be charged for two meals, and the student receiving the share will be charged for a complete meal and be provided a complete tray, according to the policy. Kristine Imhoff was the only board member voting against implementing the food sharing policy. “I just don’t think this is best way to handle this,” she said after the meeting.

was close, with 291 yes to

285 no votes. Not so lucky

was the operational millage, which asked for two mills. Labeled as an increase due to the numerous failed attempts to pass the renewal over the years, the request failed, with 65 percent of voters against it—373 no to 202 yes. If it had passed, the millage would have brought in $105,000 its

rst year. With no operational millage money coming in, Piwarski worried about the incoming board. “It doesn’t know what they’re going to do.” he said. Polley agreed, noting that the township does not have much operating funds left. “In two or two and half years, there will be nothing left.” he said. “It doesn’t take long.” In need of one regular and one alternate member for the planning commission, the board accepted Dave Clements as the regular member and Steve Van de Hey as the alternate. Four new

ordinances, which are currently being worked on, will need to be reviewed by the incoming board and then referred back to the planning commission to begin the adoption process. Approximately 23 percent of the township water project has been completed thus far, totaling $715,000 worth of work. The board approved payment of $375,641 to Hebert Construction and another $17,879 to GEI for engineering work. Polley was unsure what work would be done through the winter months, but hoped the water meters would be installed during that time. GEI’s Jeff Bal also reported that the township is currently ranked 60th out of

102 applicants for the DNR

Trust Fund Grant. Attorney Polich thanked outgoing board members Polley, Piwarski and Treasurer Nancy Clements for their work over the years. Piwarski thanked the people of the township and welcomed the new board members. Polley also thanked the people, saying it was a pleasure to serve the residents of Iron River Township.

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Sulo Emil Panula

Sulo was quiet, soft spoken, steady, faithful to family and friends, and was admired and respected by all who knew him. For many decades he was a follower of Jesus Christ. On Nov. 19, 2012, God took him home to be with Him for eternity. Sulo lived and died peacefully at home - not from any illness, disease, or complication. At age 93 years, he died from living a long, good life. He was born in Oulu, Wis. to Jacob and Agda Panula on May 6, 1919. Married on June 29, 1940, to Jean T Little of Iron River, Wis. Employed by the Iron River Creamery as a butter maker until induction into the U.S. Army in July 1943. Sulo served in the South Pacic with the Special Engineer Brigade as a crew member aboard an LSM in support of the Australian forces in the Borneo Campaign of 1945. Upon his December 1945 discharge, Sulo continued his employment at the Iron River Creamery until moving his family to Superior in 1950 to accept employment at Valley Brook Creamery and later Twin Ports Dairy from which he retired in 1981. Sulo was a longtime member of Bayside Baptist Church (formerly Ogden Avenue Baptist Church) where he was pleased to serve as Deacon, usher, boy's program assistant, and wherever an additional set of hands would be helpful. He found much joy

in his family, from his rst born daughter, Sandra, to his last born great-granddaughter, Ali Barahona and great-great-grandson, Wyatt Rudeen. Sulo was preceeded in death by his parents; his brother, Toivo; his sisters, Aina and Ailie; daughter Susan Barahona- Bennis; son Michael; and daughter-in-law Alison. He is survived by his wife of 72 years, Jean, daughter, Sandra Johnson (Wendell) of Blaine, Minn.; sons, David (Myra) of Crystal, Minn., Timothy (Kathy) of Superior and Lawrence of Springbrook,Wis., 14 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and one very happy great-great-grandson. A memorial service will be held at 11:30 a.m., Saturday, December 8, at Bayside Baptist Church, 3915 North 16th Street, Superior, Wis. Interment will be at a later date at the Northern Wisconsin Veteran's Memorial Cemetery, Spooner, Wis. In lieu of owers, memorials may be made to the Salvation Army, Samaritian's Purse, Bayside Baptist Church, or your preferred

charity. More importantly, hug your kids

Tunie Soderena

CRYSTAL Falls--Tunie M. Soderena, 99, passed away Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, at Iron County Medical Care Facility, Crystal Falls. She was born Sept. 13, 1913, in Vaasan Lääni, Finland. Tunie came to the United States as a child. She married Ben Soderena on Jan. 17, 1937, in Crystal Falls. He preceded her in death on Aug. 11, 1979. Tunie was an Activities Director at Medicare for 15 years, retiring in 1975. She was a Life Member of the VFW Women’s Auxiliary, and the Dickinson and Iron Home Extension Club. Tunie was Crystal Falls Citizen of the Year in 1993. Survivors include two sons, Verner “Butch” (Candy) Soderena, Crystal Falls and Jon (Sharon) Soderena, Lumberton, N.C.; six grandchildren, Brandine Williamson, Patti Saudan,

Barb Galarno, Julie Schoenung, Jon Paul Soderena, Amy Frazier;

Galarno, Julie Schoenung, Jon Paul Soderena, Amy Frazier; often. 13 great-grandchildren, and fi ve

often.

Julie Schoenung, Jon Paul Soderena, Amy Frazier; often. 13 great-grandchildren, and fi ve

13 great-grandchildren, and ve great-great-grandchildren.

In addition to her parents and husband, Tunie was preceded in death by one daughter, Lennea (Donald) Stachowicz; one brother, Marti Seppi; and two sisters, Hilda and Linda.

The visitation will be held Friday Dec. 7, from 9 a.m. until

11 a.m. at United Lutheran Church, Crystal Falls. The funeral

service will be Friday 11 a.m. at the church. Rev. Micheal Laakko will ofciate. Burial will be in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Crystal Falls. You may light a candle in remembrance of Tunie or leave a condolence for her family online at www.JacobsFuneralHomes. com. The family has chosen the Jacobs-Plowe Funeral Home, Crystal Falls, to honor Tunie’s Legacy of Life.

Barbara Engstrom

JEFFERSON--Barbara V. Engstrom, 79, passed away Wednesday at home surrounded by her family. She was born May 28, 1933, to Clinton and Leona (Cartley) Jones at Santa Barbara, Calif. She was raised in the Santa Barbara area and graduated from Carrinteria High School in 1951. She was a loving wife and mother to ve sons and two daughters. She married Giles Engstrom on July 12, 1952, in Santa Barbara and spent over 60 years together. Barbara is survived by her husband Giles of Jefferson; her children Lawrence and wife Paula Engstrom and Vernon Engstrom of Crystal Falls; Gerald and his wife Brenda Engstrom of Gilbert, Ariz., Les Engstrom and Virginia and husband Bryan Schmitt of Jefferson and Charlene and husband Steve Weber of Elk Bend, Idaho. She is also survived by 24 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by both of her parents; a son Eric Engstrom; and her sister Beverly Longhway. Memorial services will be held at a later date and the family

suggests contributions to First Call Home Health Care in care of Fisher Funeral Home, 306 Washington St. SW in Albany. www.

Fisher Funeral Home, 306 Washington St. SW in Albany. www. fi sherfuneralhome.com OBITUARY POLICY The Reporter

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Card Of Thanks The family of Dorothy Kniivila wishes to thank the staff and employees
Card Of Thanks
The family of Dorothy Kniivila wishes
to thank the staff and employees of Iron
County Medical Care Facility for the
comforting and compassionate care given to
Dorothy. Thanks also to the Jacobs Funeral
Home, Pastor Dawn and Kathy Charter for
the guidance needed at this time. Thanks
also to the American Legion Auxiliary
Post 21 for their memorial service, and to
the ladies of the First Presbyterian Church
for putting on the lunch. We are grateful to
all our relatives and friends who provided
comfort though cards, flowers, memorial
gifts and prayers. She will be missed,
but she is now at peace.

Genealogical group will meet Dec. 6

IRON RIVER—The Iron County Genealogical Society will meet on Thursday, Dec. 6, at noon at the West Iron Dis- trict Library in the J. Patrick White Conference Room. Members are asked to please note the change in time for this group’s meeting. This will be the members’ annual Christmas potluck. At- tendees are asked to bring a dish to pass. Meetings are held monthly in the J. Patrick White Confer- ence Room of the West Iron District Library. For more information, visit www.iron-

countymi genealogicalsociety. org.

Reino Aux. bake sale set

IRON RIVER—Reino Unit 21 Ladies Auxiliary will hold a bake and Christmas rummage sale on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Post, 212 Washington Ave. “All you wonderful bakers- bake as much as possible for the bake sale. Auxiliary members, don’t forget about the meeting on our normal third Tuesday of each month.”

Rubber Stamping group meets

IRON RIVER—The local group of rubber stamp/scrap artists will meet in the J. Patrick White Conference Room of West Iron District Library on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 3:30 p.m. Please note the time change for this month. Barb Bacsa will be the demonstrator. Please bring the

following items if you have them: bone folder, scissors, paper cutter and adhesive. Interested people are encouraged to attend and bring projects they are currently working on. “Come and learn from each other.” The crafting group meets monthly.

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CONTINENTAL MIXERS 11-3 STANDINGS: Somebody Bowl 13-3, Three Men & A Lady 10-6, Pin Pals 8-8, II Marks 8-8, TNT 3-5, Bruisers 4-8, Flintstones 5-11; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Somebody Bowl 1824; HTG Somebody Bowl 677; HIM Men: Kevin Carlson 563, Mike Zukowski 495, Larry Pifke 494, Women: Kim Carlson 398, Debi Bendick 384, Syndra Mottes 375; HIG Men: Kevin Carlson 211, Buddy Burke 189, Chuck Uren 185, Women:

Kim Carlson 149, Belle Uren 141, Debi Bendick 138; SPLITS: Kristine Devore 5-10, Derek Rajala 5-9-10.

WOMEN’S TRI-CITY 11-13 STANDINGS: Bev’s Supper Club 28-12, First National Bank 25- 15, Woody’s Lanes 24-16, Fob’s Restaurant 21-19, Kermit’s 19-21; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Woody’s Lanes 2442; HTG Woody’s Lanes 884; HIM Keri Logan 636, Erin Franz 509, Monica Fabbri 465; HIG Keri Logan 255 & 198, Erin Franz 188; SPLITS: Linda McGregor & Billie Jo Waite 3-10, Erin Franz 7-9, Maggie Masuga & Katie Mussatto 5-10.

WOMEN’S TRI-CITY 11-14 STANDINGS: Bev’s Supper Club 31-13, First National Bank 28-16, Woody’s Lanes 25-19, Kermit’s 22- 22, Fob’s Restaurant 22-22; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM First National Bank 2383; HTG First National Bank 851; HIM Pat Westcott 491, Billie Jo Waite 490, Denise Martin 472; HIG Pat Westcott 196, Billie Jo Waite 188, Kelly Norkoli 179; SPLITS: Denise Martin 5-10.

CRYSTAL BOWLERETTES 11-15 STANDINGS: Chippewa Resort 22-14, Trustworthy Hardware 20- 16, Jubilee Foods – Crystal Falls 20-16, Jubilee Foods Iron River 18- 18, Char’s Beauty Boutique 14-22, Joanie’s Beauty Shop 14-22; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Jubilee Foods – Crystal Falls 2053; HTG Jubilee Foods Crustal Falls 746; HIM Diane Grondin 499, Terry Maki 487, Char Sikora 445; HIG Diane Grondin 200, Terry Maki 174, Char Sikora 170, SPLITS: Joyce Myefski 3-10 & 4-7-9, Char Sikora 5-7, Terry Maki 5-7, 2-7 & 2-4-9-10, Jane Butler 3-10(2x).

CONTINENTAL MIXERS 11-17 STANDINGS: Somebody Bowl 15- 5, Three Men & A Lady 14-6, Pin Pals 11-9, II Marks 10-10, Bruisers 6-10, Flintstones 6-14, TNT 3-9; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Somebody Bowl 1872; HTG Somebody Bowl 647; HIM Men:

Kevin Carlson 554, Charlie Devore 475, Kenneth Courts 471, Women:

Belle Uren 439, Kim Carlson 399, Suzi Zukowski 351; HIG Men: Kevin Carlson 206, Kenneth Courts 199, Ron Bigari 198, Women: Belle Uren 183, Sheri Stauber 157, Kim Carlson 143. Splits: Kim Carlson 3-10, Kevin Carlson 3-10.

WOODY’S SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED 11-24 STANDINGS: Lugnuts 17-7, Toilet Bowlers 16-8, Beans & Weenies 13.5-10.5, Angry Beavers 12-12, Balls & Splits 11-13, Nascar Nuts 11-

13, Mists 10.5-13.5, Splits & Giggles

10-14, Just Here For Drinks 10-14, Ram Rod 9-15; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Splits & Giggles 2612; HTG Splits & Giggles 935; HIG Men:

John Skibo 258, Tom Princing 234, John Lovato 213, Women: Amy Fabri 208, Connie Yates 175, Wendy Lovato 173; HIM Men: John Skibo 687, Women: Amy Fabri 515, Connie Yates 488.

WOMEN’S TRI-CITY 11-28 STANDINGS: Bev’s Supper Club 34-14, First National Bank 29-19, Fob’s Restaurant 26-22, Kermit’s 26-22, Woody’s Lanes 25-23; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Bev’s Supper Club 2371; HTG Bev’s Supper Club 833; HIM Kathy Maki 478, Billie Jo Waite 464, Amy Fabri 458; HIG Billie Jo Waite 181, Mary Chambers 180, Kier Logan 179; SPLITS: Dana Marcell 2-7, Billie Jo Waite 3-10, Pat Westcott 9-10.

MEN’S COMMERCIAL LEAGUE

11-29

STANDINGS: G.H. Heating 7-1, Crystal Lumber 6-2, CoVantage

Credit Union 4.5-3.5, Williams Redi

Mix 2.5-5.5, Sherwood Sign 2-6, Iron

Title & Abstract 2-6; HIGH SCORES

OF WEEK: HIG Keary Beck 279,

Donald Conners 269, Woody Skibo 234; HIM Woody Skibo 663, Keary Beck 634, Thomas Princing 628.

CRYSTAL BOWLERETTES 11-29 STANDINGS: Chippewa Resort 25- 15, Trustworthy Hardware 23-17, Jubilee Foods CF 21-19, Jubilee Foods IR 19-21, Char’s Beauty Boutique 17-23, Joanie’s Beauty Shop 15-25; HIGH SCORES OF WEEK: HTM Chippewa Resort 2070; HTG Char’s Beauty Boutique 751; HIM Terry Maki 533, Joanie Hietala 494, Kathy Maki 484; HIG Terry Maki 236, Kathy Maki 206, Jane Butler 201; SPLITS: Joanie Hietala 3-10, Merrie Whippler 3-10, Terry Maki 2-7.

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Orientation for the NMU Regional Police Academy

MARQUETTE—The North- ern Michigan University Regional Police Academy will host two meetings to be held on Tuesday, Dec. 4, and Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 5 p.m. at the Jacobetti Center Room 132 located on Sugarloaf Ave. on the campus of Northern Michigan University. The purpose of this meeting

is to distribute the MCOLES application packet, discuss the timeline that specic materials need to be turned in, nancial aid and answer any questions applicants may have. The next academy will begin May 5, 2013. It ends Aug. 20, 2013. Please contact the Acad- emy at (906) 227-1408 to sign up for one of these meetings.

emy at (906) 227-1408 to sign up for one of these meetings. Thrivent Financial recently presented

Thrivent Financial recently presented another check to Habitat for Humanity Menominee River from its Thrivent Builds program. Pictured from left: attorney Greg P. Seibold, Habitat board president; Nancy Pellegrini, Habitat executive director; Jason Anderson, Thrivent associate; James Quayle, Thrivent associate and Habitat board vice president; and

Kristy Opolka, homeowner. (submitted photo)

Habitat for Humanity receives grant from Thrivent Financial

IRON RIVER--James Quayle and Jason Anderson, nan- cial associates with the Great Lakes Group of Thrivent Fi- nancial for Lutherans, recently presented Habitat for Human- ity Menominee River with a check for $32,800 through the Thrivent Builds program. This amount is part of a house sponsorship total of $48,000. The Opolka house has a scheduled dedication on Dec. 15 from 3 to 5 p.m. and is the seventh home that Thrivent Financial has partnered with

Habitat Menominee River. Since 2006 Thrivent has do- nated $472,607 to Habitat Menominee River. Habitat for Humanity Menominee River is a non- pro t Christian housing minis- try that eradicates substandard housing within the communi- ty. With the help of volunteers and donors, Habitat partners with families to build these homes. The homes are then sold at no prot to our partner families. For more informa- tion, call 906-779-5377.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Amendment to the Iron River City Zoning Ordinance/Chapter 151, to repeal §151.108 of the Iron River City Code, regulating the development and use of land, introduced to the City Council pursuant to §2.12(b) of the Charter for the City of Iron River, will be the subject of a public hearing to be held on December 19, 2012, at 2:00 p.m.(Central Time) at the Council chambers located in the Iron River City Hall, 106 West Genesee Street, Iron River, Michigan.

§151.108 of the Iron River City Code presently provides:

§151.108 REVOCATION OF SPECIAL LAND USE APPROVAL

Approval of a special land use proposal and site plan may be revoked by the Planning Commission

if construction is not in conformance with the

approved plans. In such a case, the building ofcial shall place the special land use on the agenda of the Planning Commission for consideration, and give written notice to the applicant at least 5 days prior to the meeting. The applicant shall be given the opportunity to present information to the Planning Commission and answer questions. The Planning Commission may revoke approval

if it nds that a violation exists and has not been

remedied prior to the hearing.

A copy of the Zoning Ordinance/Chapter 151 of

the Iron River City Code may be inspected at either the ofce of the City Manager or the ofce of the City Clerk, located at 106 West Genesee Street, in the City of Iron River, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (CT), Monday through Friday or online at www.ironriver.org.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF IRON

41ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT File No: I12-4607-CH HON. C. JOSEPH

SCHWEDLER

AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

CoVANTAGE CREDIT

UNION,

Plaintiff,

v

RICHARD

J.

BOEHMKE

and

DENELL

A.

BOEHMKE, husband and

wife,

Defendant.

Hannah L. Goodman

(P75697)

LAW OFFICE OF STEVEN J. TINTI Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 98 Crystal Falls, MI 49920 (906) 875-7451

Public notice is hereby given, that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and order of sale entered by the Circuit Court for the County of Iron, State of Michigan, on the 1st day of June 2012, in favor of CoVANTAGE CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, and against Defendants, RICHARD J. BOEHMKE and DENELL A. BOEHMKE, husband and wife. I shall offer for sale to the highest bidder, at a public auction to be held at the front door of the Courthouse in the City of Crystal Falls of Crystal Falls, Iron County, Michigan, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court for the said County) on the 14th day of December, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., CST, the following described real estate located in the Township of Crystal Falls, County of and State of Michigan, described as:

Lot 37, Menapace’s Tobin Location Plat, according to the recorded plat thereof. Dated: Oct. 25, 2012 Deborah Kubicsko, Deputy County Clerk

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF IRON

41ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT File No: I12-4650-CH HON. C. JOSEPH

SCHWEDLER

NOTICE OF

FORECLOSURE

SALE

CoVANTAGE CREDIT

UNION,

v

JON W. ANDERSON, a/k/a Jon Anderson, SALLY A. SKIBO, a/k/a Sally Ann Skibo, CITY OF CRYSTAL FALLS, FIA CARD SERVICES, NA and HILCO RECEIVABLES,

LLC

Plaintiff,

Defendants.

Hannah L. Goodman

(P75697)

LAW OFFICE OF STEVEN J. TINTI Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 98 Crystal Falls, MI 49920 (906) 875-7451

Public notice is hereby given, that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and order of sale entered by the Circuit Court for the County of Iron, State of Michigan, on the 31st day of August 2012, in favor of CoVANTAGE CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, and against Defendants, JON W. ANDERSON, a/k/a Jon Anderson, SALLY A. SKIBO, a/k/a Sally Ann Skibo, CITY OF CRYSTAL FALLS, FIA CARD SERVICES, NAand HILCO RECEIVABLES, LLC. I shall offer for sale to the highest bidder, at a public auction to be held at the front door of the Courthouse in City of Crystal Falls, Iron County, Michigan, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court for the said County) on the 14th day of December, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., CST, the following described real estate located in the City of Crystal Falls, County of Iron and State of Michigan, described as:

Lot 48 of the Original Plat of the Village (now City) of Crystal Falls, according to the recorded plat thereof. Dated: October 23, 2012 Joan Luhtanen, County Clerk

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IRON COUNTY REPORTER, December 5, 2012, Page 7

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Schools —Wednesday, Dec. 5: Waf-

es, syrup, sausage, shredded

hash browns, banana. —Thursday, Dec. 6: Terric turkey tacos, baby carrots, red grapes. —Friday, Dec. 7: Whole

Legal Notice

STATE OF MICHIGAN

PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF IRON NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate FILE NO. I12-073-DE

Estate of FRANK J. BUS- SONE

Date of birth: 08/13/1921 TO ALL CREDITORS:

NOTICE TO CREDITORS:

The decedent, Frank J.

Bussone, died 07/25/2005. Creditors of the decedent are notied that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Judith Occhietti, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 2 South 6th Street, Crystal Falls, MI 49920 and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice.

11/26/12

E. Jay Olivares P25468

711 Seventh Avenue,

PO Box 97 Norway, MI 49870

906-563-5600

Judith Occhietti

516 Brown Street

Norway, MI 49870

906-563-5996

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Legal Notice

IF YOU ARE NOW ON ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY OR HAVE BEEN IN THE PRIOR NINE MONTHS, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 248-502-1502. MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Christina A. Nordstrom, a married woman, to JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, Mortgagee, dated July 23, 2008 and recorded July 24, 2008 in Liber 519, Page 142, Iron County Records, Michigan.

There is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of

Forty-One Thousand Twenty- Eight and 90/100 Dollars ($41,028.90) including interest at 6.75% 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 a.m. on 12/14/2012. Said premises

are located in the City of Iron River, Iron County, Michigan,

and are described as:

Located in the City of Iron

River (formerly Stambaugh).

The West 1/2 of Lot 1 and entire Lots 2, 3, 4, and

5, all in Block 5, Plat of the Village (now City) of Stambaugh, according to the recorded plat thereof. Including the South 10

feet of vacated Diamond

Street LYING North of and adjacent to the West 1/2 of Lot 1 and entire Lots 2,

3, 4, and 5 as set forth in

Liber 308 of Deeds, page 13.

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

ofce as you may have certain

rights. Dated: November 14, 2012 Orlans Associates, P.C. Attorneys for Servicer

P.O. Box 5041

Troy, MI 48007-5041

File No. 682.1486

(11-14)(12-05)

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grain, cheese pizza, green beans, apple. —Monday, Dec.10: Hot

ham & cheese sandwich, baked beans, carrot raisin salad, ba- nana. —Tuesday, Dec. 11: Chicken Alfredo with a twist, green beans, diced pears.

Iron River Senior Center —Wednesday, Dec. 5: Pizza burger, baked beans, potato wedges, peach cobbler. —Thursday, Dec. 6: Salad bar day, beef roast, mashed pots, corn, mixed fruit, cake. —Friday, Dec. 7: Closed —Saturday, Dec. 8: Dance Night: Music by Richie Stanek, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. $5 cover charge. —Monday, Nov. 10: Salis- bury steak, mashed pots, squash, tomato salad, oatmeal cookie. —Tuesday, Dec. 11: Pizza w/the works, lettuce salad, mandarin oranges. NOTICE: Meals served 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mon- day through Thursday, reserva- tions taken one day ahead. Call 265-6134. If not coming, please call by 9 a.m. on day of meal to cancel. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

Bridge and cards every Thurs- day, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. with refreshments. Fun Time Bingo, Tuesday and Friday, 1:15 p.m. The Site Council sponsors a

Legal Notice

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE

THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANYINFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW.

ATTENTION POTENTIAL PURCHASERS AT FORE- CLOSURE SALE: In the case of resolution prior to or simultaneously with the aforementioned foreclosure sale, THE STATE BANK OF FLORENCE may

rescind this sale at any time prior to the end of the redemption period. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited to the return of your bid amount tendered at the sale, plus interest. Default has occurred in the conditions of a certain Mortgage made by Deborah L. Farley to THE STATE BANK OF FLORENCE, dated February 3, 2009, and recorded in the Of ce of the Register of Deeds for Iron County in the State of Michigan on February 18,

2009 in GL 335/79-156,

on which Mortgage there is claimed to be due as of the date of this Notice the sum of $102,242.99, which amount may or may not be the entire indebtedness owed by Deborah L. Farley to THE STATE BANK OF FLORENCE. Because of said default, the mortgagee has declared the entire unpaid amount secured

by said mortgage due and

payable forthwith. No suit or proceeding in law has been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Notice is hereby given that the power of sale contained in said Real Estate Mortgage has become operative and that pursuant to the power of sale and MCL600.3201, et seq., and to pay said amount, as provided in said Mortgage, and all legal costs, charges and expenses, including attorney's fees allowed by law, and all taxes and insurance premiums paid by the undersigned before sale, on December 7, 2012 at 10:00 o’clock a.m., in the lobby of the Iron County Courthouse, that being the place for conducting such foreclosure sales for Iron County, there will be offered at public sale, the premises, or some part thereof, described in said Real Estate Mortgage as follows:

Property Address: Unit 43, Maggie Shores, Crystal Falls, MI 49920 The redemption period shall be six (6) months from the date of sale. Dated November 14, 2012. For more information, please contact Gregory P. Seibold (P71494), Seibold Law Firm, PLC, attorneys for The State Bank of Florence,

1112 Carpenter Ave., PO

Box 357, Iron Mountain, MI

49801. (906) 779-2343

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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 Wednes- day 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 TRANSPORTA- TION? Local busing available 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday- Thursday. Medical, employ- ment, nutrition, social, recre-

ational, 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 every second Thursday, 10-12 people, $10 per person. Dickinson-Iron Community Service Agency, Iron River Senior Center. Call (906) 265-

6134.

Are you looking for a place

to hold your birthday, gradua-

tion, anniversary party, or even

to hold your organization meet-

ing? Our center is available to rent. Come in, or call for further details at 265-6134.

Crystal Falls Senior Center —Wednesday, Dec. 5: Meat loaf, buttered noodles, mixed veggies, fruit, salad bar, BD cake. —Monday, Dec. 10: Lasagna w/meat sauce, peas & carrots, vanilla pudding, juice. —Tuesday, Dec. 11: White sh, rice, winter blend veggies, mixed fruit. ACTIVITIES:

1st Sunday – Card game of your choice, 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $3 charge with refreshments to follow 2nd Saturday – Pot Luck/ Cribbage at 5:30 pm. 3rd Thursday – Pot Luck at noon with Bingo to follow. BLOOD PRESSURE, Mon- day & Tuesday before noon meal. Wednesday before 5 p.m. meal. 3rd Wednesday – Site Coun- cil Meeting at 3 p.m.

Amasa Senior Center —Wednesday, Dec. 5: No peek chicken, rice, peas, carrot coins, pears. —Thursday, Dec. 6: Pasties, mixed vegetables, coleslaw/ carrots, fruit cocktail/crème. —Tuesday, Dec. 11: Pork chops/gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, broc./cauli ower salad, peaches.

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101 W. Maple St.
Iron River, MI 49935
(906) 265-1040
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Michigan resident widows and it provides the
surviving wife an undivided life estate in one-
third of all real property owned by her husband
at death or conveyed by the husband during his
lifetime without his wife’s joinder. In order to
extinguish her dower right, the wife must join in
a conveyance of real property by her husband
when he has title in his name. Simply stated
pursuant to Michigan law a wife can own and
sell real property without her husband having
an interest in it, however, generally a husband
cannot sell real property without his wife’s
signature on the deed.
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RR0202 112/52/5

NOTICE OF EMERGENCY AMENDMENT TO IRON RIVER CITY ZONING ORDINANCE/CHAPTER 151

An Emergency Amendment to the Iron River City Zoning Ordinance/ Chapter 151, to repeal §151.108 of the Iron River City Code, regulating the development and use of land, introduced to the City Council pursuant to §2.13 Emergency Ordinances of the Charter for the City of Iron River. As an emergency Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance/Chapter 151 of the Iron River City Code, it shall be effective upon publication and shall automatically stand repealed as of the sixty rst(61st) calendar day following publication and effective permanently thirty (30) days after adoption/publication by the Iron River City Council.

§151.108 of the Iron River City Code presently provides:

§151.108 REVOCATION OF SPECIAL LAND USE APPROVAL

Approval of a special land use proposal and site plan may be revoked by the Planning Commission if construction is not in conformance with the approved plans. In such a case, the building of cial shall place the special land use on the agenda of the Planning Commission for consideration, and give written notice to the applicant at least 5 days prior to the meeting. The applicant shall be given the opportunity to present information to the Planning Commission and answer questions. The Planning Commission may revoke approval if it nds that a violation exists and has not been remedied prior to the hearing.

EFFECTIVE DATE: IMMEDIATELY

A copy of the Zoning Ordinance/Chapter 151 of the Iron River City Code may be inspected at either the of ce of the City Manager or the of ce of the City Clerk, located at 106 West Genesee Street, in the City of Iron River, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (CT), Monday through Friday or online at www.ironriver.org

Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the foregoing Emergency Amendment was adopted.

Yeas:

Nays:

Absent:

Councilmember LaRock Councilmember Coates Councilmember Perlongo Councilmember Marcell Mayor Tarsi

I certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an Emergency Amendment adopted by the Council of the City of Iron River at a meeting held on November 30, 2012, the original of which is on le in my of ce and available to the public. Public notice of said meeting was given pursuant to and in compliance with Act No. 267 of the Michigan Public Acts of 1976, as amended, including in the case of a special or rescheduled meeting, notice by posting at least 18 hours prior to the time set for said meeting.

Dated: November 30, 2012 By: Rachel Andreski

Its: Deputy Clerk

RR1616 112/52/5

IRON COUNTY REPORTER, December 5, 2012, Page 8

Wednesday Evening

 
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Survivor: Philippines

Criminal Minds (N)

Grammy

 

News

Letterman

 

Ferguson

CW 5

Arrow “Vendetta”

Supernatural (N)

News

Seinfeld

’Til Death

’Til Death

’70s

’70s

NBC 6

Whitney

Guys-

Law & Order: SVU

Chicago Fire (N)

News

Jay Leno

 

J.

Fallon

ABC 10

Middle

Neigh

Mod Fam

Suburg.

Nashville (N) (CC)

10

News

Nightline

Jimmy Kimmel Live

FOX 11

The X Factor The finalists perform. (N)

News

 

30

Rock

30

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King/Hill

King/Hill

PBS 13

Nature (CC)

NOVA (CC)

 

Inside Nature’s

World

Newsline

Charlie Rose (N)

A&E

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck Dynasty (N)

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

CNN

Anderson Cooper

Piers Morgan

Anderson Cooper

E.

B. OutFront

 

Piers Morgan

 

DISC

Moonshiners (CC)

Moonshiners (CC)

Moonshiners (CC)

Moonshiners (CC)

Moonshiners (CC)

ESPN

NBA Basketball Denver Nuggets at Atlanta Hawks.

 

NBA Basketball: Mavericks at Clippers

 

FSD

NBA Basketball: Warriors at Pistons

Pistons

Pistons

Spartan

Football

NBA Basketball

HALL

Naughty or Nice (2012) Hilarie Burton.

Hitched for the Holidays (2012) (CC)

 

Gift of the Magi

HBO

›› Johnny English Reborn

This Is

Boardwalk Empire

›› Safe House (2012) Denzel Washington.

HGTV

Property Brothers

Buying and Selling

Hunters

Hunt Intl

Property Brothers

Buying and Selling

HIST

Pawn

Pawn

American

American

Invention

Invention

Cajun

Cajun

Pawn

Pawn

NGEO

Border Wars

Border Wars (N)

Hell on the Highway

Border Wars

 

Hell on the Highway

NICK

Full H’se

Full H’se

Full H’se

Full H’se

Nanny

Nanny

Friends

Friends

Friends

Friends

TBS

Fam. Guy

Fam. Guy

Fam. Guy

Fam. Guy

Big Bang

Big Bang

Conan (N) (CC)

The Office (CC)

TCM

›› Ladies of Leisure (1930)

››› This Is My Affair (1937) Premiere.

›› The Other Love (1947)

TLC

600 Pound Mom

600 Pound Mom

Neat Freaks (N)

600 Pound Mom

Neat Freaks (CC)

TMC

›› The Decoy Bride (2011)

Chick Magnet (2011) (CC)

Tim and Eric’s Billion

 

Albino

TNT

Castle “Boom!”

Castle (CC)

Castle (CC)

Perception “Light”

Southland (CC)

USA

NCIS “About Face”

NCIS (CC)

 

NCIS (CC)

 

NCIS “Ex-File” (CC)

NCIS (CC)

 
Stambaugh Other channels not listed Crystal Caspian Iron Falls Gaastra River Symbol Station Net Origin
Stambaugh
Other channels not listed
Crystal
Caspian
Iron
Falls
Gaastra
River
Symbol
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Net
Origin
5
3
3
3
WJMN
CBS Escanaba
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7
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5
WBKP
CW
Calumet
6
6
6
6
WLUC
NBC Marquette
10
10
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WBUP
ABC Marquette
8
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WLUK
Fox
Green Bay
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13
WNMU
PBS
Marquette
20
15
43
A&E
Arts & Entertainment
12
11
21
CNN
CNN
26
19
46
DISC
Discovery Channel
7
10
27
ESPN
ESPN
Iron River: 2, Fox U.P., Marquette; 7 EWTN; 9, WGN America;
10, WYOW, ABC, Eagle River; 14, NFL Network 15, Comedy
Central; 16, Fox News Channel; 17, Spike TV; 18, NBC Sports
Network; 19, Animal Planet; 20, Speed Channel; 22, MTV; 23,
VH1; 24, Nickelodeon; 25, Cartoon Channel; 26 Disney Chan-
nel; 28, ESPN2; 26, Fox Detroit; 31, Golf Channel;, 32, Outdoor
Channel; 34 WTBS Atlanta; 36, Syfy; 37, AMC; 39, FX1; 40,
Lifetime; 41, Food Network; 48, C-SPAN; 52, TV Land; 53,
Country Music Television; 54, CBWT, CBC, Winnipeg; 55, QVC;
57, Zap2It TV listings.
8
37
30
FSD
Fox Sports Net Detroit
28
47
56
HALL
Hallmark Channel
18
34
42
HGTV
Home & Garden TV (HGTV)
2
28
45
HIST
History Channel
4
-
-
HBO
Home Box Office (HBO)
-
24
47
TLC
The Learning Channel
Crystal Falls: 9, WGN America; 14, VH-1; 15, Spike TV; 16,
Disney Channel; 17, Weather Channel; 23, Eternal Word TV
Network; 25, MTV; 29, TV Land; 30, Lifetime; 31, Home Shop-
ping Network; 32, CMT; 33, ESPN2; 35, WZMQ, Marquette,
ThisTV.
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5
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TMC
The Movie Channel
38
44
NGEO
National Geographic
34
-
24
NICK
Nickelodeon
21
4
8
TBS
TBS
27
22
33
TNT
TNT
22
16
38
TCM
Turner Classic Movies
3
31
35
USA
USA Network
This week’s TV Spotlight sponsored by:
316 N. 2nd Ave.
Iron River, MI 49935
(906) 265-3810
Caspian-Stambaugh-Gaastra: 9, WGN America; 12, WJFW,
NBC, Rhinelander; 14, Cartoon Network; 17, Animal Planet;
18, Great American Country; 20, Eternal Word TV Network;
21, WXYZ, ABC, Detroit; 23, QVC; 26, C-Span; 27, Fox News
Channel; 29, WMVS, PBS, Milwaukee; 30, Outdoor Chan-
nel; 32, AMC; 33, Lifetime; 35, AmericanLife; 36, ThisTV; 39,
Weather Channel; 40. Home Shopping Network; 41, Sportsman
Channel; 42, ABC Family; 43, Trinity Broadcasting Network;
44, Food Network; 45, WZMQ, Marquette, ThisTV; 46, Speed
Channel; 48, Universal Sports; 49, Golf Channel; 50, WMVT,
PBS, Milwaukee.

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Big Bang

Two Men

Person of Interest

Elementary (N) (CC)

News

Letterman

 

Ferguson

CBS 3

Undercover Boss

CSI: NY (N) (CC)

Blue Bloods (N) (CC)

News

Letterman

 

Ferguson

CW 5

The Vampire Diaries

Beauty & Beast

News

Seinfeld

’Til Death

’Til Death

’70s

’70s

CW 5

Nikita “Sideswipe”

Arrow “Vendetta”

News

Seinfeld

’Til Death

’Til Death

’70s

’70s

NBC 6

30 Rock

All Night

Office

Parks

Rock Center

News

Jay Leno

 

J.

Fallon

NBC 6

Saturday Night Live “SNL Christmas”

Dateline NBC (N)

News

Jay Leno

 

J.

Fallon

ABC 10

Last Resort (N) (CC)

Grey’s Anatomy (N)

Scandal (N) (CC)

10

News

Nightline

Jimmy Kimmel Live

ABC 10

Last Man

Malibu

Shark Tank (CC)

20/20 (N) (CC)

10

News

Nightline

Jimmy Kimmel Live

FOX 11

The X Factor (N)

Glee “Swan Song”

News

 

30

Rock

30

Rock

King/Hill

King/Hill

FOX 11

Kitchen Nightmares

Fringe (N) (CC)

News

 

30

Rock

30

Rock

King/Hill

King/Hill

PBS 13

Ask the DNR

Michigan

American

This Old House Hr

World

Newsline

Charlie Rose (N)

PBS 13

Wash.

Need

Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey”

World

Newsline

Charlie Rose (N)

A&E

The First 48 (CC)

The First 48 (N) (CC)

Panic 9-1-1 (N) (CC)

Panic 9-1-1 (CC)

The First 48 (CC)

A&E

Duck Dynasty (CC)

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck D.

Duck Dynasty (CC)

CNN

Anderson Cooper

Piers Morgan

Anderson Cooper

E.

B. OutFront

 

Piers Morgan

 

CNN

Anderson Cooper

Piers Morgan

Anderson Cooper

E.

B. OutFront

 

Piers Morgan

 

DISC

Moonshiners (CC)

Moonshiners (N)

Ghost Town Gold

Moonshiners (CC)

Ghost Town Gold

DISC

Gold Rush (N) (CC)

Gold Rush (N) (CC)

Jungle Gold (N) (CC)

Gold Rush (CC)

Jungle Gold (CC)

ESPN

College Football Awards (N)

30 for 30

SportsCenter (N)

SportsCenter (N)

ESPN

NBA Basketball

 

NBA Basketball: Lakers at Thunder

 

SportsCenter (N)

FSD

UEFA Champ. League Soccer

Pistons

Titan

Spartan

UFC Unleashed

World Poker Tour

FSD

NBA Basketball: Bulls at Pistons

 

Pistons

Pistons

Action Sports

 

NBA Basketball

HALL

A Bride for Christmas (2012) (CC)

 

Eve’s Christmas (2004) Elisa Donovan.

A Christmas Wish

HALL

The Christmas Heart (2012) Teri Polo.

Santa Jr (2002) Lauren Holly. (CC)

 

Christmas Wed

HBO

Something Bo

In Vogue: Edit

Boardwalk Empire

Real Sex (CC)

 

24/7

In Time

HBO

24/7

Weigh-In

›› Red Tails (2012) Cuba Gooding Jr

Your Highness (2011) Danny McBride.

HGTV

Buying and Selling

Extreme Homes (N)

Hunters

Hunt Intl

Home Strange

 

Extreme Homes

HGTV

Celebrity Holiday

Celebrity Homes

Hunters

Hunt Intl

Hunt Intl

Hunt Intl

Celebrity Homes

HIST

American Pickers

American Pickers

American Pickers

American Pickers

American Pickers

HIST

Pawn

Pawn

WW2 From Space (N) (CC)

 

10

Things

10

Things

Pawn

Pawn

NGEO

Tuna: Hooked

Red

Red

Chainsaw

Chainsaw

Red

Red

Chainsaw

Chainsaw

NGEO

Vegas Mafia (DVS)

Tijuana Drug Lords

Miami Drug Cartel

Vegas Mafia (DVS)

Tijuana Drug Lords

NICK

Sponge.

Sponge.

See Dad

Full H’se

Nanny

Nanny

Friends

Friends

Friends

Friends

NICK

A Fairly Odd Christmas (2012)

Full Hse.

Nanny

Nanny

Friends

Friends

Friends

Friends

TBS

Fam. Guy

Fam. Guy

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Conan (N) (CC)

Office

Office

TBS

Worse

Worse

Worse

Worse

›› Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010)

Yes Man

TCM

›››› Casablanca (1942) (CC) (DVS)

›››› The Third Man (1949) Orson Welles.

Days of Heaven

TCM

›› Loves of Pharaoh (1922) Premiere.

››› The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) (CC)

Shop Around Corner

TLC

Say Yes

Say Yes

Four Weddings:

Bride

Bride

Four Weddings:

Bride

Bride

TLC

Say Yes

Say Yes

Say Yes

Say Yes

Brides

Brides

Say Yes

Say Yes

Brides

Brides

TMC

Spy Kids-Time in the World

››› 50/50 (2011) (CC)

››› Our Idiot Brother (2011)

Dark

TMC

›››› Five Fingers (2006)

 

Twisted (2004) Ashley Judd.

›› Bodyguards and Assassins (2009)

TNT

NBA Basketball New York Knicks at Miami Heat. (N)

NBA Basketball Dallas Mavericks at Phoenix Suns.

TNT

››› Inception (2010, Science Fiction) Leonardo DiCaprio. (CC)

›› U.S. Marshals (1998) (CC) (DVS)

 

USA

NCIS (CC) (DVS)

NCIS (CC) (DVS)

Burn Notice (N) (CC)

NCIS “Moonlighting”

Law & Order: SVU

USA

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Burn Notice (CC)

CSI: Crime Scene

Saturday Evening

 
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Sunday Evening

 
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CBS 3

Frosty

Frosty

Christmas

 

48 Hours (N) (CC)

News

Sports

CSI: Miami (CC)

CBS 3

The Amazing Race (N) (CC)

 

The Mentalist (N)

News

Sports

McCarver

Nation

CW 5

Cops

Cops

Cheaters (CC)

’70s

’70s

Jeremy Kyle

The Border (CC)

CW 5

Rules

Rules

Seinfeld

Seinfeld

’Til Death

’Til Death

››› Starship Troopers (1997) (CC)

NBC 6

The American Giving Awards (N) (CC)

Law & Order: SVU

News

Saturday Night Live (N) (CC)