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Selling raisins and brown rice cakes?

March 11, 2015 School fundraisers are essential today. When a school’s band uniforms become worn and tattered, more often than not, a local booster club comes to the rescue. more »»

Public notices where the public notices

March 10, 2015 The Michigan State House Local Government Committee is expected to vote on House Bill 4183 on Wednesday. more »»

No smoking at the hospital

March 9, 2015 Everyone knows smoking is a health hazard. It only makes sense, then, that individuals should refrain from smoking near a hospital. more »»

Caring individuals

March 7, 2015 Bouquet From Marty Jarvi, Alpha Omega resident, Iron Mountain: Lots of people are doing a lot of good year around this Iron Mountain-Kingsford community. more »»

No drones for hunting

March 6, 2015 Drones are all the rage today. Some people call them unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs for short. (Just what we need, another acronym.) These miniature aircraft buzz around by remote control. more »»

Once A Reader, Always A Reader

March 5, 2015 The Dickinson Iron Great Start Collaborative and the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Kiwanis Club are helping our future. They are helping our children, our future leaders. more »»

E-cigarettes are not for kids

March 4, 2015 Annette Seibold, Director of the Florence County Health Department, has pointed out to us a disturbing new study. more »»

Give them a good job

March 3, 2015 There is a new proposal in Michigan legislature that would give businesses tax breaks for hiring veterans. What a great idea. more »»

Wolves are recovered

March 2, 2015 Michigan and Wisconsin have joined the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in filing notices to appeal a judge’s decision to protect gray wolves under the Endangered Species Act. We support their effort. more »»

Highlight of our winter

February 28, 2015 From Lenore Kosovec of Kingsford and the Golden Girls: On Friday of the ski tournament weekend, Dean Lefebvre allowed us to come to his wonderful heated shack at the foot of Pine Mountain. more »»

Worthy of celebration

February 27, 2015 Forest products industry officials met in Gladstone this week to celebrate 20 years of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. It’s program that is worthy of celebration. more »»

A grim future for children

February 26, 2015 The annual Kids Count in Michigan Data Book 2015 has been released. It offers a grim future for Michigan children. more »»

Influencing your elections

February 25, 2015 Michigan, who is influencing your elections? Unfortunately, most residents of the state do not know, a new report shows. more »»

Don’t cut into the school year

February 24, 2015 There’s a push in Michigan to allow more snow days for schools. The plan would allow schools to cancel classes for more than six days without any make-up time. This idea is hogwash. more »»

How much land is enough?

February 23, 2015 The government owns a lot of land. We have parks, and state and national forests. They are cherished and essential to maintain our quality of life. more »»

The most precious gift

February 21, 2015 Bouquet From Michael Malnar, Alpha Omega Resident, Iron Mountain: As a care giver for my uncle, who was a severe alcoholic, I had to purchase his groceries. more »»

Answers to energy needs

February 20, 2015 It’s a rare occurrence when we receive good news from the government. This week, we experienced a rare occurrenc. more »»

Participating in the process

February 19, 2015 Because several area residents took the time to venture out on a bone-chilling night, Iron Mountain officials know the score on a proposed YMCA land purchase. more »»

Future never looked better

February 18, 2015 If the Dickinson County Healthcare System was failing, who would you blame? We believe the public would be justified in laying the failure at the feet of Dickinson County Healthcare System Board of... more »»

Disband the MCCA

February 17, 2015 Michigan became a no-fault auto insurance state in 1978. Because of this faulty legislation, state motorists have been paying unreasonably high insurance premiums for 37 years. more »»

 
 

 

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