Lakeview Arena was buzzing leading up to Saturday’s Division 3 state quarterfinal hockey showdown between the Houghton ...
While the Lake Linden-Hubbell boys basketball team had beaten the Chaseell Panthers twice already this season with ease, their third meeting on Friday was anything but a walk in the park. Blame it on ...
Michigan Tech winger Isaac Gordon celebrates after scoring a goal in the second period of a game against St. Thomas Saturday at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. (David Archambeau/For the Gazette) ...
Shooting just 18.2% in the first quarter was not what the Michigan Tech Huskies women’s basketball team was hoping to do Saturday afternoon at the SDC Gym against the No. 2 Grand Valley State Lakers.
A Friday release from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development announced that Governor Gretchen Whitmer proclaimed March as Michigan Food and Agriculture Month. The release stated ...
Warm weather and a change of plans didn’t stop crowds and mushers from celebrating CopperDog. The annual sled dog race in Calumet was canceled mid-February due to the warm weather and lack of snow.
A Calumet student is heading to Lansing next week to compete in a state poetry competition. Liisa Ylitalo, an 11th-grade ...
March for Meals is back in the Copper Country! Every year in March, Meals on Wheels has a nation-wide celebration of the ...
If you’ve been struggling with knee pain for a while, you might wonder if knee replacement surgery could offer lasting relief ...
America is known as a land of sports fanatics. Examine for a moment the attention directed towards sports in this country: ...
Garrett Neese/Daily Mining Gazette Houghton will seek additional feedback from residents on subdivisions west of M-26 on ...
A large number of hockey players, either from the Copper Country, or who have passed through the Copper Country either for ...