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Lakers off to WCHA final

Lakers off to WCHA final

Coming off their highest regular season finish in over 20 years, the Lake Superior State hockey team has a chance to earn a spot to compete for a national championship with a win on Saturday night
U.S. courts would take 'many years' to resolve Mackinac Straits pipeline dispute with Michigan, Enbridge says

U.S. courts would take 'many years' to resolve Mackinac Straits pipeline dispute with Michigan, Enbridge says

Enbridge wants to build a tunnel underneath the straits to house an upgraded version of the dual pipeline — a project Michigan has already approved — but needs the existing line to continue to operate in the meantime
Lakers advance to WCHA semis

Lakers advance to WCHA semis

Lake State advanced thanks to a sweep of the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers
Icebreakers to start opening up St. Marys River channel

Icebreakers to start opening up St. Marys River channel

U.S. Coast Guard to open the up-bound channel of the St. Marys River, to the North and East of Pipe Island
Lakers use win to seal second-place finish

Lakers use win to seal second-place finish

It's the highest a Lake State hockey team has finished in the standings since the 1995-96 season
Soo Film Festival call for entries begins March 8

Soo Film Festival call for entries begins March 8

The 2021 festival is set to begin on September 15 though, due to COVID-19, dates and venues are subject to change
Vaccination efforts continue in Chippewa County

Vaccination efforts continue in Chippewa County

Vaccinations are being done by appointment only
Lakers split as WCHA season winds down

Lakers split as WCHA season winds down

Lake Superior State will carry a 7-4-0 record into the final three games of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular season
Michigan Senator asks Biden for clarification on US-Canada land border restrictions

Michigan Senator asks Biden for clarification on US-Canada land border restrictions

Challenges faced by border communities 'made worse due to differences between U.S. and Canadian exemption policies,' says Senator Gary Peters
U.S. Coast Guard warns of deteriorating ice conditions on the Great Lakes

U.S. Coast Guard warns of deteriorating ice conditions on the Great Lakes

'Ice conditions are always changing and are very difficult to determine' - U.S. Coast Guard Captain Amy Florentino, Deputy Sector Commander