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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 »»

Problem is too widespread

April 14, 2014 As part of our coverage of area news events, The Daily News reports on area court proceedings. Unfortunately, too many of these cases involve criminal sexual conduct. more »»

Donated their entire deposit

April 12, 2014 Bouquet From Iron Mountain Senior Class All-Night Graduation Committee: In an effort to raise funds for the Iron Mountain senior class all-night graduation party, we received a cash donation from a... more »»

Daily News marks 93rd anniversary

April 11, 2014 Happy birthday to us. Today marks the 93rd anniversary of The Daily News. The newspaper, which was established in 1921 by the late Frank J. Russell Sr. more »»

DCHS ought to be proud

April 10, 2014 Consumer Reports is a household name. The magazine has been around for years. When it says something is bad, it’s bad. When Consumer Reports says something is good, you can bet it’s good. more »»

New weapons against heroin

April 9, 2014 Wisconsin has some new weapons against the war on heroin thanks to Marinette lawmaker John Nygren. State Rep. Nygren took the lead in drafting a package of bills to combat heroin abuse. more »»

Organic or conventional?

April 8, 2014 Should we eat organic or conventional foods? The answer is not that simple. Take, for example, the choice between a conventional apple or an organic appl. more »»

Alzheimer’s risk in women

April 7, 2014 Every April, National Public Health Week is recognized in Michigan to help protect and improve the health of state residents. more »»

The greatest care and love

April 5, 2014 Bouquet From Ilene Kotajarvi, Hospice/NODA Volunteer Coordinator, OSF Home Care Services, Escanaba: In 1978, a group of concerned citizens in Delta County founded the first hospice in the state of... more »»

Mumps increase in the Midwest

April 4, 2014 Mumps occurs worldwide. The incidence of mumps in the U.S. declined significantly after an effective vaccine was licensed in 1967, reports the Wisconsin Division of Public Healt. more »»

Interesting civics lesson

April 3, 2014 The pink hair controversy at West Iron County High Schools has proved to be an interesting civics lesson. more »»

A sign of the times

April 2, 2014 Maybe it’s a sign of the times, or a sad commentary on the state of America today. All we can do is shake our heads, and say “why can’t we let kids be kids. more »»

Communities need to protect children

April 1, 2014 April is National Child Abuse Prevention Mont. more »»

Honoring volunteers

March 31, 2014 We’re looking for a few good people. In fact, we’re looking for a lot of good people. And we know that they are out there. more »»

Two days for Italian Fest

March 29, 2014 Bouquet Let’s here it for our local community festiva. more »»



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