The Pasty Camsm
April 27 - May 3, 2008

This Day
Saturday, May 3

April showers bring May flowers, a welcome sight all over the Keweenaw.

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Overnight we had some May showers, too.
Sprouting colors
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Still life
Friday, May 2

The time of year in Upper Michigan when we're waiting for some color to appear.

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This field is sprouting bright orange!

This Day

This Day
Thursday, May 1

Calumet is a town rich in its history, restoring not only buildings but streets as well.

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Old concrete to new bricks.
Old road
Rebricked
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Days end
Wednesday, April 30

In Memory


Whitney-Jo Anderson
Carl "Dan" Byykkonen
Carrie Harju
Mildred "Millie" Hawkins
Rev. Charles Hocking
Edward Laitila
Gary Mills
Oakley "Buddy" Rowe
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Remaining in our hearts
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This Day


This Day
Tuesday, April 29

Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools isn't just about learning, it's about fun times, too.

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Games, jumping and smiles galore.
Boing, boing, boing . . .
Fun and games
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Rising waters
Monday, April 28

The rivers rise when the snow around the Copper Country is just about all melted.

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What a difference a day makes.
Rising waters

This Day

Cameo
Sunday, April 27

75 years ago this week the first Civilian Conservation Corps camp in the U.P. opened.

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A Shoebox Memory and Pasty Cameo
about the CCC.
Fall in
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