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City of Ishpeming Records: Ishpeming and World War II

When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941, the country went to war. Along with countless other communities, the city of Ishpeming suddenly had to deal with restrictions, rationing, and more. 1,604 more words

Central U.P. And NMU Archives

City of Ishpeming Records: Citizen Petitions

Citizen petitions were a favorite tool of residents of the city of Ishpeming to bring the Common Council’s attention to issues and concerns. There are many such petitions within the City of Ishpeming records at the archives. 763 more words

Central U.P. And NMU Archives

City of Ishpeming Records: The City Charter

City charters can be a challenging read. The language is formal, full of legalese, and, in the case of the charter of 1888 for the City of Ishpeming, rather archaic. 877 more words

Central U.P. And NMU Archives

Record-breaking rusher heads P-W's returning group

DETROIT – Jared Smith had just put a ribbon on the best single-season rushing performance in state history when he walked out of the locker room in the basement of Ford Field Saturday. 466 more words

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Pewamo-Westphalia drops state title game

DETROIT – Pewamo-Westphalia’s trip to Ford Field this weekend was booked in large part because of a record-breaking rusher and a defense that held 10 of its opponents to single-digit scoring. 598 more words

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Senior LB, Pewamo-Westphalia aim to make history

DIMONDALE – Nate Jandernoa considers himself like most boys that grow up in the Pewamo-Westphalia school district.

He dreamed of adding to the athletic success of a community that loves its sports. 521 more words

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Ozzy Corp the latest Ishpeming star QB

Alex Briones is a linebacker at Central Michigan, but if you watch Ishpeming play this fall, you would swear Briones never left town.

Briones is the former Ishpeming quarterback who engineered a couple of monumental upsets, allowing the Hematites to defeat Detroit Loyola for Division 7 state championships in 2012 and ’13. 627 more words

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