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Games like “Crutch Club Soccer” are organized to make use of children’s abilities at whatever level.

Courtesy Bay Cliff Camp

Bay Cliff: A Camp for Health & Happiness

High on a cliff overlooking the sparkling waters of Lake Superior, the 170 acres of Bay Cliff Health Camp are home to the Lake’s largest, and oldest, year-round camp mainly serving disabled children. more »

Apr 30, 2014 8:43 AM Health/Wellness

The Michigan Tech Enterprise Corporation SmartZone has four “incubator” buildings – in this historic Power House on the Houghton side of the the lift bridge, in the nearby Lakeshore Center, on the Michigan Technological University campus and in the Jutilla Center in Hancock.

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The New Boom in the Keweenaw

There's an economic boom on the rise in the Keweenaw Peninsula, fueled by the next generation of business families and new entrepreneurs. more »

Aug 12, 2013 9:11 AM Michigan

This impressive log house near Copper Harbor is home to Ruth and Ole Van Goor and can be your home away from home, too, since it is also Dapple-Gray Bed & Breakfast.

Courtesy Dapple-Gray Bed & Breakfast and Dapple-Gray Antiques

Inside the Dapple-Gray Bed & Breakfast

Ruth and Ole Van Goor created the splendid Dapple-Gray Bed & Breakfast at their impressive log home just west of Copper Harbor. Today, the thriving enterprise provides Ruth and Ole with a dream home and the means to live in paradise. more »

Aug 7, 2013 10:30 AM Homes 2 Comments

The A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum at Michigan Technological University in Houghton boasts an impressive mineral collection from unique geographic locations around the world.

Courtesy George Robinson

A Gem of a Museum

It’s not often you expect to find diamonds, rubies, emeralds, agates and copper nestled alongside each other – especially in the Keweenaw Peninsula. But every one of these minerals can be found at the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum in Houghton. more »

Jul 31, 2013 5:05 PM Michigan

At first glance, Johanna Marie Davis’ beautiful Copper Harbor, Michigan, home looks like it’s made of stone. It’s actually cordwood – yup, the same as from your woodpile.

Lesley DuTemple

Homes by the Cord

Recently a traditional wood construction method has been enjoying a comeback. more »

Sep 19, 2012 9:19 AM Homes