Business

Bauman Engraving adds to business

KINGSFORD — Bauman Engraving & Signs has expanded its printing and engraving business at 808 John McNeil Drive in Kingsford and also launched its redesigned website at www.baumanengraving.com. Orville Bauman began the family business in 1960 with a single rotary engraver in Crystal ...

New IM industrial park location for Prime Supply

IRON MOUNTAIN — Prime Supply Company recently moved to 637 Circle Drive in Iron Mountain’s industrial park. Prime Supply has provided wholesale plumbing, industrial, mechanical and cabinet supplies in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin for more than 26 years. It is a ...

Fleury, Singler CPA gets strong peer review report

IRON MOUNTAIN — Fleury, Singler & Company, PC CPA of Iron Mountain, was notified by the American Institute of CPAs’ Peer Review Program and the Michigan Peer Review Committee of the Michigan Association of CPAs of their acceptance of the report on the most recent system peer ...

Sharing financial wisdom with your kids

Parents often try to impart their values about money to help their children establish a strong financial foundation. If you are a parent, talking to your kids about money can help them learn how to be financially responsible, self-supporting adults. To get the discussion flowing, consider using ...

Scott’s Subs takes pride in variety

IRON RIVER — When Scott’s Subs first opened in Iron River in 1985, the restaurant boasted a grand total of seven sandwiches. Three decades later, the shop has become an icon in the community and has 50 selections on the menu, including a new pasty sub. Scott Radloff was behind the ...

Erickson Jewelers gets $10K DDA grant for facade

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Downtown Development Authority has awarded Erickson Jewelers $10,000 through the Downtown Facade Improvement Grant program for work on the front facade of the historic downtown building at 511 S. Stephenson Ave. The work included replacing front windows and doors, and ...

SNBT relocates Wausaukee office

WAUSAUKEE, Wis. — The Stephenson National Bank & Trust today opened its newly remodeled Wausaukee banking office to 290 Main St. in Wausaukee. “This is a great opportunity to take our first step towards rebranding our signature SNBT look,” said Daniel J. Peterson, SNBT president and ...

Grand re-opening this week for Family Dollar store in Crystal Falls

CRYSTAL FALLS — Family Dollar Stores, Inc. will have a grand re-opening later this week for its renovated store at 1120 Crystal Ave. in Crystal Falls. The re-opening kicks off Thursday, followed by a community celebration at the store Saturday. The event will include giveaways and prizes ...

Financial Literacy Summit on Friday in Green Bay

MADISON, Wis. — Registration now is open for the eighth-annual Wisconsin Summit on Financial Literacy set for Friday at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. The conference is aimed at kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers, community outreach educators and workplace professionals who want to ...

The hard-to-find item this holiday season? Workers

WASHINGTON (AP) — Companies that depend on holiday season sales will need more workers at a time when the ranks of the unemployed have dwindled to their lowest level since the recession. Envisioning an even tougher struggle than in recent years, many are taking steps they’ve not tried ...

Six questions when making open enrollment choices

Each year, employers offer an open enrollment period — a window of time to select your benefits package for the coming year. It’s easy to overlook this opportunity and maintain the status quo, but this could be a costly mistake given the significant role benefits play in your financial ...

Aerospace expo at Michigan Tech

HOUGHTON — The Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan, in partnership with Pure Michigan Business Connect, will host an aerospace expo Monday and Tuesday at Michigan Technological University. “Michigan has continuously been ranked as a top 10 state in aerospace manufacturing ...

Range Bank fundraiser nets $40K for flood relief efforts

HOUGHTON — Range Bank has presented $40,000 to the Portage Health Foundation’s Flood with Love Initiative for the ongoing repairs and recovery efforts in the Copper Country after the devastating flooding June 17. Range Bank showed its support by creating a Copper Country Relief Fund for ...

A place to gather in Felch

FELCH TOWNSHIP — They come before the sun is up, the logging and pickup trucks pulling in at 5 a.m. when the Nordic Trading Post gets the coffee brewing. By 6 a.m., customers already are settled into the tables and booths or counter seats, perhaps quickly fuel up with a hot breakfast or ...

New store Mully & Mo’s opens in downtown

IRON MOUNTAIN — A new shop that specializes in Hallmark merchandise and home decor has opened at 427 S. Stephenson Ave. in downtown Iron Mountain. Sammantha Swanson DeJesus co-owns the Mully & Mo’s shop with her husband, Roberto DeJesus. The name was inspired by their pets: ...

Forum to center on tax reforms

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Dickinson Area Economic Development Alliance Small Business Retention and Growth Task Force will offer a forum on upcoming tax changes from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Tuesday at Bay College West in Fornetti Hall. This free session with Shane Ellison of Anderson Tackman & Co. ...

Manufacturing Day event set for Friday at Bay West

IRON MOUNTAIN — Education, community and industry partners will come together Friday for a Manufacturing Day event at Bay College West, part of its Heavy Metal Tours campaign highlighting local skilled trades and technical career opportunities. Manufacturing Day will include 380 freshman ...

Open house on ELT program

GWINN — The Midwest Skills Development Center will host an open house for its electrical line technician program from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday at 411 A Ave. in Gwinn. The event will include facility tours, pole climbing demonstrations and a chance to meet current and past students, instructors, ...

Clover campaign helps 4-H youth

IRON MOUNTAIN — Tractor Supply Company stores have launched the fall 4-H Paper Clover Campaign, with $1 clovers available at checkout through Sunday to support county, state and national 4-H programming. “For many years, the Paper Clover fundraiser has allowed us to provide thousands of ...

Romitti: Employees reason for growth of Midwest companies

IRON MOUNTAIN — “The key to running a successful business,” said Kevin Romitti of Iron Mountain, “is finding the right people who really care and then giving them the opportunity to earn a decent living.” He should know. After two decades, his Midwest family of companies employs 40 ...