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Documentary on dark store issue recommended

August 24, 2016 Few issues have riveted local attention in recent years like the dark store issue, where certain businesses led by big-box retailers had their property taxes reduced significantly due to a so-called... more »»

 
 
 
Nominations sought for Excellence in Education awards

August 23, 2016 Iron Mountain’s Tom Izzo is a famous basketball coach. He’s also an educator. more »»

West Nile in the neighborhood

August 19, 2016 A crow in northern Wisconsin has tested positive for West Nile virus, the first bird found to have the mosquito-borne disease in Vilas County for 2016. more »»

Migratory bird protections took off with treaty

August 18, 2016 A noteworthy event was celebrated Tuesday: the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Migratory Bird Treaty. more »»

Take steps to avoid exposure to lead at home

August 17, 2016 Iron Mountain got some good news Monday — recent tests at 20 sites throughout the city showed little to no lead in the local water suppl. more »»

Making a better case for seeking a tax increase

August 16, 2016 They say the third time’s the charm. But it didn’t exactly work that way for Dickinson County government leaders seeking voter approval to raise the property tax rate for its operating levy. more »»

Consider hosting an exchange student

August 15, 2016 Guest editorial In this time of ongoing turmoil, student exchange is good medicine for a world torn by terror. We want to invite the families of the Niagara, Wis. more »»

Chocolay did right in OK’ing livesaving stations

August 12, 2016 Action taken recently by the Chocolay Township Board was a move in the right direction and may even result in saved lives. more »»

State warns peak season for rabies

August 11, 2016 Rabies might seem like something from a bygone era or fiction — think “Cujo” or “Old Yeller.” But unlike the unfortunate creatures that contract the disease, rabies remains alive today. more »»

Getting ready for the return to classes

August 10, 2016 The summer break is winding down, with public schools in the region set to start classes in only about three weeks. more »»

Readers should consider donation to cancer fundraiser

August 9, 2016 We like and support the efforts of a 37-year-old downstate Michigan man to raise money to fight cancer. Jake Cherwinski is walking from the Upper Peninsula, end to end, raising money along the way. more »»

Enbridge violation should be viewed as serious matter

August 8, 2016 Whether they’re used as a shipping route to transport our natural resources or as a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, the Great Lakes are central to our way of life here in Michigan. more »»

Candidates soak viewers with mud

August 5, 2016 Thank goodness it’s over. The 2016 partisan primary with negative television ads primarily for the Republican candidates for the 1st Congressional District was as distasteful as it was troublin. more »»

Debating debate dates

August 4, 2016 By late September, even voters interested in the presidential election may be ready for some football as an alternative to politics. more »»

Stop the oak wilt cycle; don’t move firewood

August 3, 2016 Oak wilt is here. With it comes the need for vigilance to stop its spread. Oak wilt is a serious disease of oak trees. It mainly affects red oaks, including northern red oak, black oak and pin oak. more »»

Pair of U.P. veterans garner prestigious awards

August 2, 2016 There’s a lot of which to be proud of in the local veterans world. Thomas J. more »»

Adults need vaccines, too

August 1, 2016 August is National Immunization Awareness Month. That’s not surprising, given that many children will need shots before heading off to school later this month. more »»

Appreciates person who returned purse

July 30, 2016 Bouquet From Don and Nat Schroeder, Niagara, Wis.: Thank you to some very nice perso. more »»

A way to safely report concerns on school safety

July 29, 2016 The start of fall classes for most Michigan schools is only about a month away. Kids probably can’t believe August has arrived and the summer is almost done. more »»

Remember to vote in Tuesday’s primary

July 28, 2016 Primary elections often get a rather tepid turnout. Summers are for relaxing, taking it easy. There’s a reason why summer movies are popcorn fare, why the serious Oscar contender waits for the fall. more »»

 
 

 

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Scuttle leftovers July 30, 2016

July 31, 2016 ScuttleBu(r)t ... Coleman High School pitching ace Matt Osterberg baffles batters with three pitches — fastball, change and curv. more »

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