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A big day in Michigan

April 28, 2015 Monday, May 5, is a big day in Michigan. State residents have a chance to determine the fate of State Proposal 15-1. State Proposal 15-1 asks voters to approve a 1-cent sales tax increase. more »»

A real sign of spring

April 27, 2015 The calendar says it’s spring, but folks in the Upper Peninsula and northeastern Wisconsin know that winter weather often persists much later. Many U.P. more »»

Community is wonderful

April 25, 2015 From Brenda Chartier of Iron Mountain: This community is wonderful that we live in. We recently held a benefit for my daughter with brain cancer, and the turn out was huge success. more »»

Reduced summer services at CNNF

April 24, 2015 Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest officials have announced reduced recreation opportunities this summer. In response, three Wisconsin lawmakers have proposed a solution. more »»

Dogs can be a great help

April 23, 2015 The Iron Mountain Police Department may be getting a new member of their team — a police dog. This is good news for Iron Mountain, and the surrounding area. A police dog, often referred to in the U.S. more »»

Celebrating 45 years of Earth Day

April 22, 2015 It started in 1970 when then Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson conceived the idea as an environmental education day. more »»

Dangerous tide of higher speeds

April 21, 2015 American Trucking Associations officials are urging government leaders to limit all highway speeds to 65 miles per hour. more »»

Not just one state

April 20, 2015 Most readers of The Daily News say they would like to eliminate changing time. In an online poll, Daily News readers were ask if they would favor legislation introduced by State Rep. more »»

The greatest care and love

April 18, 2015 From Ilene Kotajarvi of Escanaba, OSF Hospice/NODA Volunteer Coordinator: In 1978, a group of concerned citizens in Delta County founded the first hospice in the state of Michigan to fill the need t... more »»

A golden opportunity

April 17, 2015 More than 15 years of school administrative experience is about to leave Iron Mountain Public Schools. more »»

A few words about letters

April 16, 2015 We get letters, lots of letters. We get letters about abortion, letters about guns, letters about law enforcement issues, and letters about religion. more »»

Tornado drills worth the effort

April 15, 2015 In 2014, there were 13 tornadoes in Michigan, which is near the average of 15, reports the National Weather Service in Marquette. Two days saw most of the tornado activity: July 6 and Sept. 1. more »»

Improving air quality

April 14, 2015 If you believe some reports (and Hollywood disaster films), humans are on the verge of killing off mankind. more »»

An equal opportunity

April 13, 2015 On Tuesday, April 14, the American Association of University Women (AAUW), along with its branches and members, will observe Equal Pay Day, the day when women’s wages catch up with what men’s wages... more »»

The critical connection

April 11, 2015 Barb From Rich White, Car Care Council, Bethesda, Md.: Potholes have returned, and hitting one with your car can do a real number on tires, wheels, steering and suspension, and alignment. more »»

Room enough in our parks

April 10, 2015 Most Daily News readers do not favor prohibiting tobacco use in public parks in Dickinson and Iron countie. more »»

No winners in this situation

April 9, 2015 David Pratt Higbee of Menominee County’s Mellen Township shot and killed Hayden Gagnon of Pulaski, Wis., on Nov. 10, 2014. Hayden was just 19 years old. more »»

Special salute for volunteers

April 8, 2015 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. The Daily News will publish its annual tribute to volunteers on April 2. more »»

Decriminalize ticket resales

April 7, 2015 Everyone wants a ticket to the big game, or concert, or show. In Michigan, though, you’re breaking the law if you purchase or resell your ticket above face value. more »»

Input sought on bat ruling

April 6, 2015 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced it is listing the northern long-eared bat as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. It is important that this animal is saved. more »»



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