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Kudos to ‘Sissy’ and ND School

April 30, 2016 Bouquet From Barb Smith, Niagara: I read with complete delight the story on Marie “Sissy” LaJeunesse in the April 26 edition of the Daily News. more »»

 
 
 
Report shows college makes a difference

April 29, 2016 College may not be for everyone, but there’s no doubt it matters. The U.. more »»

Citizens’ group raises hope for Lake Antoine Park

April 28, 2016 Most who come to the Iron Mountain area know of Lake Antoine. Certainly those who live here do. more »»

Beware of scammers posing as IRS

April 27, 2016 A pervasive IRS telephone scam surfaced around 2013 and shows no signs of letting up. more »»

Trump speech will outline foreign policy

April 27, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s highly anticipated foreign policy speech today will test whether the Republican presidential front-runner known for his raucous rallies and eyebrow-raising statements... more »»

KBIC, Snyder should revisit airport casino

April 26, 2016 News early last week that the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community continued to harbor interest in constructing a new casino complex at the former Marquette County Airport in Negaunee Township took many by... more »»

Be careful when burning this spring

April 25, 2016 Last week was Wildfire Prevention Week in Michigan, to “remind the public about the dangers of wildfires. more »»

VA Medical Center a ‘true gem’ in IM

April 23, 2016 Bouquet Shawn Duffy, Grosse Pointe Shores: My mother was a Navy veteran. She recently had a stroke and required hospice care during her final days. more »»

Bill would correct ‘dark store’ problem

April 22, 2016 The long-running and controversial “dark store” issue could be nearing a resolution, and that can’t come soon enough. more »»

Citizens asked to become historians

April 21, 2016 The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. is asking for some help. It’s a chance for everyday people to become historians. more »»

Push to update state laws on domestic abuse

April 20, 2016 A seven-bill package is making its way through the State Legislature that, if ultimately signed into law, would revamp Michigan’s domestic abuse laws. State Re. more »»

Leave young wildlife in the wild

April 19, 2016 The spring migration is on in earnest. Birds are flocking back to the Upper Peninsula, wave after wave, ready and eager to pair up and produce this year’s crop of fledglings. more »»

SmartPrize competition a great first step

April 18, 2016 A unique and innovative competition recently took place in Marquette, that we believe was a good step forward for the future of our region. more »»

Asking that you leave those body parts behind

April 16, 2016 An estimated 18 people a day die in the United States while waiting for an organ to become available for transplant, according to national statistics. more »»

High costs for not heeding road work

April 15, 2016 It’s a well-worn joke: “There are two seasons in the North — winter and road construction. more »»

DNR seeks ORV safety instructors

April 14, 2016 All-terrain vehicles are fun to drive. And they’re fantastic for exploring the beauty of the Upper Peninsula. They can also be dangerous. more »»

Group: IRS fails taxpayers by eliminating paper forms

April 13, 2016 As this year’s tax deadline approaches, the American Forest and Paper Association is taking aim at the Internal Revenue Service for denying paper-based information and services. more »»

Time to think about tornadoes

April 12, 2016 This is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan, with a tornado drill set for Wednesday. more »»

Raising awareness in April about sexual assault

April 11, 2016 Rape. The word alone forces the mind to shy away into dark and terrifying corners of our imaginations. more »»

Snowmobile trails kept in great shape

April 10, 2016 Bouquet From Anne Okonek, Cornell: Winter didn’t last long and there wasn’t a lot of snow, but the warm weather and superb trail conditions still offered some outstanding snowmobiling, thanks to... more »»

Leave oak trees alone to prevent spread of disease

April 8, 2016 Mid-April is approaching, which means your income taxes are due soon if not done yet ... and you need to hold off on trimming back your oak trees. more »»

 
 

 

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