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Unexpected and much appreciated

November 22, 2014 Bouquet From Chris Allen of Iron Mountain: Being this is my first winter in my new home at White Birch Village East, I discovered early what winter shoveling would be like with our first recent snow... more »»

 
 
 
Valuable role of family caregivers

November 21, 2014 Caregiving is a family issue and a healthy community is one that recognizes that care demands can affect anyone in a family network. more »»

You need a flu vaccine

November 20, 2014 You may feel fine now, but that doesn’t mean you will escape catching a case of the flu. Prepare now for the flu season. more »»

Snyder has last chance

November 19, 2014 Recent history should tell Michigan voters that lame-duck legislation — bills passed in the interim between the general election and when lawmakers take their oath of office — is often bad news. more »»

The season of giving

November 18, 2014 Help us to help others. The Daily News 27th Annual People Helping People Christmas Food, Gift and Fund Drive is under way. more »»

Keep public notices where the public notices

November 17, 2014 Government has the power to force citizens from their homes and decide where to locate hazardous facilities. It has the power to confiscate your property or throw you in jail. That’s a lot of pow. more »»

The Holy Spirit in you

November 15, 2014 Bouquet From David Haywood of Norway: This will make you feel good. Almost two years ago my wife passed away. My grief and loss were more than I thought I could survive. Then I met Cory at the V.A. more »»

Main concern of every hunter

November 14, 2014 Deer gun season begins Saturday in Michigan, and Saturday, Nov. 22, in Wisconsin. Hunting means many things to many hunters, but safety should be the main concern of every hunter. more »»

Comment on state wolf plan

November 13, 2014 Let’s talk about wolves, and wolf hunting. Actually, the voters have already spoken. On Nov. 4, voters rejected two state laws that allow hunting of gray wolve. more »»

Defensive driving during the winter

November 12, 2014 The severity of this winter is anyone’s guess, but one thing’s for sure: road salt will cost a lot more for Michigan road agencies battling the snow and ice. more »»

New deer hunt license explained

November 11, 2014 The orange army will be deployed to Upper Peninsula woods and forestlands this weekend. more »»

Time to honor our veterans

November 10, 2014 Tuesday is Veterans Day. Begun as a celebration of the end of World War I, Veterans Day since has become a time set aside to honor all of America’s veterans. more »»

Nothing short of a miracle

November 8, 2014 Bouquet From Eric and Heidi VanSlooten and Harley Davidson of Felch: On Sept. 26, we purchased a puppy from a local breeder. more »»

Give to Operation Christmas Child

November 7, 2014 Operation Christmas Child is the world’s largest Christmas collection project. Operation Christmas Child collects and distributes gift-filled shoeboxes for needy children around the world. more »»

Don’t be fooled by new IRS scam

November 6, 2014 As incidents of an aggressive telephone scam continue across the country, the Internal Revenue Service unveiled a new warning to taxpayers not to be fooled by imposters posing as tax agency... more »»

Conservation District seeks board candidates

November 5, 2014 What is the Conservation District? Conservation District are local natural resource agencies. more »»

Watch for voting scams

November 4, 2014 Election Day is upon us. This is a great day to be an American. We can control our future by exercising our right to vote. But unfortunately, with elections often comes the possibility scams. more »»

Winter Weather Awareness Week

November 3, 2014 It seems it was only yesterday that we welcomed the warms breezes of spring 2014. Now, winter weather is upon us again. In preparation of another long winter season, Michigan Gov. more »»

Clean up the yards

November 1, 2014 Bouquet From Jill Anderson, Niagara Senior Center Director, Board and Members of the Niagara Senior Center Lt. more »»

Pedestrians, fires and the time change

October 31, 2014 Turning our clocks back means more than an extra hour sleep on Saturday night. It serves as a safety reminder in the home and on the roadways. more »»

Reduce home fire deaths and injuries

October 30, 2014 The American Red Cross has announced a new campaign throughout the area, Wisconsin and across the country to reduce deaths and injuries from home fires by as much as 25 percent over the next five... more »»

 
 
 

 

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