Tag Archives: Sierra Cheatham

City Notes – June 2007

Highlights of what’s happening in and around town Local family continues on fantastic voyage We got to Portland at 10:00 p.m., so we just climbed aboard and went to bed. The next day was the only nice day for the entire week, which was rainy and cold and windy (this week was supposed to be […]

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City Notes – May 2007

Highlights of what’s happening in and around town Mailbox Dear editor I recently read Fred Rydholm’s very well written comments regarding the Kennecott Eagle Project in the March 2007 issue of the Marquette Monthly. I would highly recommend that others read it also. A complicating factor that has now come into view is the fact […]

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City Notes – April 2007

Highlights of what’s happening in and around town Mailbox Dear editor We have just finished a most satisfying meal of pork chops tented over root vegetables, from Don Curto’s February 2007 column. This is just one of many, many culinary gifts he’s given us (along with opinionated and interesting commentary on all sorts of things), […]

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Club indigo keeps on thriving, by Sierra Cheatham and Joe Kirkish

Years ago, people predicted an early demise for Calumet Theatre’s food and film program, Club Indigo. However, it caught on and is now alive and kicking with its fifteenth season beginning in March. Club Indigo’s whole new series of films and taste-tested group of chefs will not disappoint the growing audience of regulars who put […]

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City Notes – March 2007

LSCP accepting proposals for artwork in heritage area The Lake Superior Community Partnership is requesting proposals from local artists for interpretive artwork along the proposed Iron Ore Heritage Trail. The proposal is open to Alger and Marquette County residents and is due on March 8. For details, call Carol at 226-6591. Northern selects Koch as […]

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U.P. volunteer group offers important service, by Sierra Cheatham

The Self Help and Resource Exchange (SHARE) program has been serving the Upper Peninsula for nineteen years. The nonprofit food-buying club began in California and the idea quickly migrated east, with regional sites being set up throughout the country. The Wisconsin chapter in Milwaukee began twenty years ago. After moving the office from Milwaukee to […]

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City Notes – February 2007

Highlights of what’s happening in and around town Mailbox Dear editor Thank you to all the wonderful people who have donated thus far to the U.P. Children’s Museum’s new Playmakers Club. This initiative earmarks philanthropic gifts to provide museum memberships for families of need. The greatest gift to me as the director of the museum […]

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