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Wastewater bills going up in July

May 9, 2014 Iron Mountain and Kingsford residents will be paying more on their wastewater bills beginning in July. more »»

Achieving Tree City USA status

May 8, 2014 The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Arbor Day Foundation announced this week that 125 communities in Michigan have earned the “Tree City USA” stamp of approval for their efforts in 201. more »»

Special meaning to Mother’s Day

May 7, 2014 Families across the area will celebrate Mother’s Day this Sunday. more »»

Boating safety in frigid water

May 6, 2014 Water temperatures are extremely low in Michigan and northeastern Wisconsin. The calendar says it’s fishing season in Wisconsin, and the fishing opener in Michigan is just around the corne. more »»

What to do about bats

May 5, 2014 Many of us have a long-held, love-hate relationship with bats. We love them because they eat insects and, after all, they’re one of God’s creatures. more »»

Awards for traffic safety

May 3, 2014 Bouquet The Iron Mountain post of the Michigan State Police has received two awards for its 2013 traffic safety initiative of increasing seat belt usage in Dickinson and Iron counties. more »»

Part-time legislature?

May 2, 2014 There is a petition drive under way to change Michigan’s constitutio. more »»

Do not ignore immunizations

May 1, 2014 This is National Infant Immunization Week, and local and state officials are encouraging parents to protect their children from vaccine-preventable diseases. more »»

Strong evidence of optimism

April 30, 2014 Iron River has a list of priorities. Now, city officials will try to make it happen. more »»

Changes to food labels

April 29, 2014 Remember 1993? That was the year Islamic Fundamentalists first bombed the World Trade Center. The World Trade Center bombing occurred on Fe. more »»

Tips for a safe prom season

April 28, 2014 High school prom season is upon us, the Michigan State Police is advising students to make smart decisions and take extra precaution to stay safe while celebrating. more »»

Bouquet

April 26, 2014 From Dr. more »»

Good deeds this Saturday

April 25, 2014 Area residents have a chance to do two good deeds this Saturday. We can help the environment, and Camp Molinare & Habitat for Humanity at the same time. more »»

Tax impact on local folks

April 24, 2014 The verdict by the Michigan Court of Appeals regarding a Michigan Tax Tribunal ruling could have an impact on local folks. more »»

Learn about Lyme disease

April 23, 2014 For those of you out there who enjoy feeding and watching deer, Wildlife Unlimited of Dickinson County has a program for yo. more »»

The future of consolidation

April 21, 2014 Consolidation is a challenging word for some people. It’s embraced by others. Most government leaders recognize that it eventually will be in our future. more »»

Easter Bunny would be proud

April 19, 2014 Bouquet Let’s hear it for Becky Kleikamp and her volunteers who organized the Norway Community Easter Egg Hunt today at Marion Park. What a job. more »»

They would be wrong

April 17, 2014 Before the national crackdown on drinking and driving, it was widely believed that having “one for the road” was not a bad thing. more »»

New ordinance for trailers, RVs

April 16, 2014 While summer weather seems a long ways off, the calendar shows that it is just around the corne. more »»

Making a sacrifice

April 15, 2014 Most of us are planning a day of celebration and relaxation on Easter Sunday. We’ll attend Easter services at the church of our choice, and enjoy an Easter meal with family and friend. more »»

 
 

 

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