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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - September 4, 2001, Ironwood, Michigan TOWNERS TAKE TOURNEY TITLE SEPTEMBER 4, 2001 Marenisco shuts down host Wakefield to take Tip-Off ment championship GOOD DlY Sleight School Staff Custodians Thank you for the warm come to your Let's have great staff students FORECAST TONIGHT Mostly WEDNESDAY Mostly and Hi 78 Page 2 15 7, a work say summer's also is over It's to busy of women's are or have axea Girl are Many churches will adopt their traditional fall and Sunday schools are starting who busy enough may wish to audition for Theatre North's largest iion of Tryouts are Wednesday Thursday at the on lake For further call 932-: 0248, wishing to take a jaunt might wish to attend 56th annual Lake States ging which runs Thursday through Saturday at Page 2) ASWAN CLOTHING LaMes SPORTWEAR UP to 50% Alfred Thinner Koret Woodrich Cotton USA Phone 663-4411 Sophie St. MI Obey received most PAC money in first half of 2001 Ryan and Obey topped the sin delegation in contributions from ical action committees for the first half of the an Associated Press review Both lawmakers received money groups with vested interests in their a Republican from raised in PAC his al Election Commission report a Democrat from was next with or political action are raise and spend money to defeat Wisconsin tives up for re-election next year raised an average of in PAC money from Jan. 1 to June 30. Sep. Tom D- running for and neither of Wisconsin's senators is up for re-election member of the House Ways Means got the biggest share of his PAC contributions about from finance arid ance an Associated Press of Federal Election Commission reports Those along with real were the most generous tors to Ways Means committee bers in the last according to the Center for Responsive anybody who sits on Ways Means is important to the insurance and the finance industry in said Herb a spokesman for the American Council of Life The group's PAC gave Ryan a Perone said his group supports Ryan's positions against and received his largest share of PAC contributions from labor which gave him about the APs Obey is the senior Democrat on the Appropriations Page 2) floats tabor one of the Nineteen cial first coal club and si fifth in the open other 2.'-.'- v V V family 2001- as Carious also dressed as other tiie and took L L. v i u iL four high three the by v x n Strong m Lord an and and Old Comrades entry JPage 2) A BOUNCE Phil Globe Lucas 3, and Alex 9, both of enjoy a bounce in the air castle on ver Street during Hurley's on California to testify at trial By 1EVSA Globe Staff Writer Calif. arm of the law It recently carried two area enforcement officers to nia where they helped to convict a drunk Michael D. who lives near County in was convicted of a drunk driving charge on Iron County Sheriffs ment Deputy Tony Furyk and Gogebic County Sheriff's ment Deputy Dan were subpoenaed by Marian County Attorney Dori Ahane to testify in the 12- two-man jury Ahane showed a pattern of drunk Officers issuing drunk citations to Long in the past were called to Marin County paid all es for the Gogebic to Rafael accommodations and Fertile thanked both Iron County iff Robert Bruneau and Gogebic County Sheriff Larry Sanders for their worked around our schedules and let us both officers Furyk issued Long his first driving citation in 1993. Furyk recalls Long was ated in the Iron County jail on a battery He was released daily for Furyk observed Long returning from work to the jail one With assistance from a surveillance Long received his first drunk driving Fertile issued Long his second drunk driving citation in Gogebic in 1994. He noted Long has also been Gogebic County for After several brushes the law on the Gogebic Long took up residence in He's been arrested for drunk driving in California six jv He is wise and he is arrested for drunk Fertile said was beat two drunk pur jobs quite ways Here's a we arrested 1993-94.; into trouble He and we would never would have thought we dealing with Michael Long to eight years went out there and did pur We testified and came It was a nice If s a nice place to but I not want to live there the traffic and It was an people are It's a nice but I prefer to live Page 2)
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