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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Ironwood, Michigan
November 2007 daily grandpa Dave Mccrae Happy Chloe and Maddy midgets win Battles Butternut Glidden in season opener 11 Favre Hurt Packer quarterback out of pfc show Down at Dallas 10 Holiday spirit Christmas show at Iron Wood theatre not a Recy cled piece 9 weather Index thursday year ago today records 1976 snowfall to 7 inches Page 2 17 t f showdown Between armed Man stretches late into thursday night by Jason Juno Globe staff writer Bessemer a standoff Between police and an armed Man believed to be in a Yale location residence with a hostage continued late thursday lad Honkala was holding his Amy after offi cers responded to a Domestic complaint thursday afternoon around 3 on Woolsey sources said thursday when officers they were fired upon and the officers according to an official at the go Gebic county sheriffs Keegan a first Grad or at Washington elementary school was somehow he was treated at grand View Hospital and transferred to a Hospital in according to the he was in stable the a cd official said Early thursday Law enforcement officials stressed that no deputies had been injured or killed As of thursday after a television station had erroneously reported one Deputy being killed at the officials at the scene declined to confirm any specific information about the they were waiting for a swat team to assemble after it was flown into the Rogeb Ciron county Airport in Ironwood Standard procedure is for local authorities to set up a perimeter and ensure no one said Al a trooper at the Wakefield state police swat team members Are trained for these types of Situa More so than typical state Graham it Doest see standoff Page 2 daily Globe Kodis a Michigan state police and a go Gebic county sheriffs department Deputy await instructions during an armed standoff with a suspect who barricaded himself inside a Yale location Home in Bessemer thursday a 6yearold boy was shot after deputies responded to a Domestic complaint at the address on Woolsey Street and were fired the boy was initially transported to grand View Hospital and later airlifted to a Hospital in stable Michigan state police troopers discuss the situation at the scene of an armed standoff in Bessemer Yale location thursday a Michigan state police trooper armed with an assault Rifle moves toward a position outside a Woolsey Street residence in Bessemer Yale Loca where an armed Man was barricaded at a state trooper armed with an assault Rifle moves into position outside the former Bessemer resident killed in Oil pipeline fire associated press and Smoka Are seen following an Oil pipeline fire that killed two workers wednesday in a fire erupted at a pipeline carrying crude Oil from Canada to the Midwest on killing two including a Bessemer who were repairing authorities prom staff and wire a former Bessemer resident was one of two workers killed in a huge fire in a pipeline that feeds Oil to the from Dave Mussatti of Supe an Elbridge Energy was killed in the fire that sent Oil prices soaring before it burned out thursday Mussatti is the son of David and Vicki of South Mussatti graduated from Johnston High school in Besse Mer in then attended go Gebic Community Ferris state University and Northern Michigan he worked for Ashland Indus Tobe Berry farm and Lakeshore before obtaining work As a pipeline with Mussatti and Steve also of the other Elbridge Energy employee who was were fixing the underground pipeline when the Blaze ignited in about 215 Miles Northwest of the fire along the Elbridge pipeline was reported shortly before 4 it was out by thursday the 34inch pipeline carries crude Oil from Saskatchewan to the Chicago said Kristine a spokeswoman for the Minnesota department of Public the pipe had leaked a few weeks ago and was being she nearby residents were evacuated because of the thick Black smoke in the sparsely populated Matt who lives near the site of the saw the explosion while Deer Hunting and ran see pipeline Page 2
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