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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - September 4, 2001, Ironwood, Michigan TOWNERS TAKE TOURNEY TITLE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2001 Marenisco shuts down host Wakefield to take Tip-Off Tourna- ment championship ironwoddglobe.com GOOD DlY Sleight School Staff Custodians Thank you for the warm wel- come to your school. Let's have .a great year. JanePawlak Pre-Primary staff students FORECAST TONIGHT Mostly clear. L652 WEDNESDAY Mostly sunny; and warmer. Hi 78 Page 2 15 7, a fslaort work week. say -it wpn'tbe'long. ;The- summer's also is over putside school: It's nizatipns to '.'the busy :cycle of activ- women's "v yplleybaE ;leagiies are orgaaizihg or have aiid axea Girl Scouts1 are organizing.. Many churches will adopt their traditional fall end, and Sunday schools are starting around'the xegion: who Daren't busy enough may wish to audition for Theatre North's largest produc- iion of the; season: "Oliver." Tryouts are schediiled Wednesday :and Thursday at the on lake For further information, call 932-: 0248, 'Those wishing to take a jaunt might wish to attend the. 56th annual Lake States Log-. ging Congress, which runs Thursday through Saturday at WEEK, Page 2) ASWAN CLOTHING -Since'1887 LaMes SPORTWEAR UP to 50% OFF! Alfred Thinner Koret Woodrich Cotton USA Phone 663-4411 Sophie St. Bessemer, MI www.abelmqnsclothing.com Ryan, Obey received most PAC money in first half of 2001 Reps.Paul Ryan and Obey topped the Wiscon- sin delegation in contributions from polit- ical action committees for the first half of the year, an Associated Press review found. Both lawmakers received money from. groups with vested interests in their committees. Ryan, a Republican from Janesville, raised in PAC money, his Feder- al Election Commission report shows. a Democrat from Wausau, was next with PACs, or political action eommittees, are groups'that raise and spend money to help-elector defeat candidates. The'Other .six, Wisconsin representa- tives up for re-election next year raised an average of in PAC money from Jan. 1 to June 30. Sep. Tom Barrett, D- Milwaukee, is family -tJle; 2001- Qntonagon: rise! wlTh as Carious also dressed as other uuiiaii tiie and Toys? took firstm -A: i-.---': L L. v i u .1 iL ,t s-x .v Sundav paraae -featured four high -.school bands, three the "youth division, by %v: _Y v x -'-j n j" "Be Strong m %he Lord an and and the. Old Comrades entry 'of'the Baptist. Church- .and .Sponge (See-PARADE, JPage 2) A ;ROYAL BOUNCE Phil Globe Lucas Baron, 3, and Alex Watermblen, 9, both of enjoy a bounce in the air castle on Sil- ver Street during Hurley's Festiyale" Italfano on Saturday. California to testify at drunk-driving trial By 1EVSA Globe Staff Writer SAN-RAFAEL, Calif. arm of the law stretches. It recently carried two area enforcement officers to Califor- nia where they helped to convict a drunk driver. Michael D. Long, who lives near Maiin County in California, was convicted of a felony drunk driving charge on Friday. Iron County Sheriffs Depart- ment Deputy Tony Furyk and Gogebic County Sheriff's Depart- ment Deputy Dan Fertile. were subpoenaed by Marian County Assistant. .Prosecuting Attorney Dori Ahane to testify in the 12- woman, two-man jury trial; Ahane showed a pattern of drunk driving. Officers issuing drunk driving; citations to Long in the past were called to testify. Marin County paid all expens-. es for the Gogebic Kange.officers .trip, to Rafael airpiane tickets, accommodations and meals, Fertile thanked both Iron County Sher- iff Robert Bruneau and Gogebic County Sheriff Larry Sanders for their cooperation. "They worked around our schedules and let us both officers concurred. if', Furyk issued Long his first driving citation in 1993. Furyk recalls Long was incarcer- ated in the Iron County jail on a battery charge. He was released daily for work. Furyk observed Long returning from work to the jail one day. With assistance from a surveillance "camera, Long received his first drunk driving conviction. Fertile issued Long his second drunk driving citation in Gogebic County- in 1994. He noted Long has also been incarceratedjin Gogebic County for deliverp-of .marijuana; After several brushes :with the law on the Gogebic Range, Long took up residence in California. He's been arrested for drunk driving in California "about six jv He said.Long is wise and smarter" he is arrested for drunk Fertile said he; was "already beat two drunk _ "Sometimes pur jobs take, quite .a ways away. Here's a giiy we arrested in; 1993-94.; into trouble here. He .California, and we would never "see hmiagam-'Whp would have thought we dealing with Michael Long to eight years PertilelsaiH.-. "We went out there and did pur thing. We testified and came back. It was a nice trip. If s a nice place to visit, but I would; not want to live there the traffic and people. It was an experi- ence." "The people are friendly: It's a nice climate, but I prefer to live Page 2)
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