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Help for the propane crisis

January 30, 2014 The propane shortage continues to impact residents of Marinette County with no long term solution in sight. more »»

Pull the plug on Senate Bill 636

January 29, 2014 The Michigan State House of Representatives is set to consider a proposal that would allow telephone companies to discontinue landline service. more »»

Another round of Arctic cold

January 28, 2014 With another round of Arctic temperatures expected to impact the entire state until early next week, the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division is encouraging... more »»

Severe propane shortage in area

January 27, 2014 Some 5.5 million U.S. households heat with propane, mostly in the Midwest and South, reports the U.S. Energy Department. That’s a good source of clean energy — when you can get it. more »»

Planning a giant event

January 25, 2014 Bouquet Congratulations to the organizers of the Niagara Centennial Celebration. They are planning a giant event that will be entertaining and fun for all ages. more »»

Good news for Kingsford, area

January 24, 2014 The announcement that Kingsford Broach & Tool Inc. is building a new manufacturing facility is good news for Kingsford and Dickinson County. more »»

Safety first on the snowmobile

January 23, 2014 The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is urging snowmobilers to celebrate International Snowmobile Safety Week by using cautio. more »»

Some ice too thin for fishing

January 22, 2014 We’ve had 20 below zero temperatures so the ice must be plenty thick for fishing, right? Not necessarily. Despite recent cold temperatures, Upper Peninsula Power Co. and Wisconsin Public Service Corp. more »»

Review ways to be energy efficient

January 21, 2014 Propane could be worth its weight in gold if this cold winter continues. more »»

They keep coming back

January 20, 2014 Maybe we should think of scammers the way we think of anglers. If you try fishing in a lake and catch no fish, you try another lake. more »»

Flu spread on the rise

January 17, 2014 Influenza activity is on the rise both nationwide and in all regions of Michigan. more »»

Wrestling with a budget deficit

January 16, 2014 No one wants a budget deficit. In a household, it means cutting extras or even rationing essentials. In governmental units, it also means cutting extras, or rationing essentials. more »»

National Stalking Awareness Month

January 15, 2014 January is National Stalking Awareness Month, a time to focus on a crime that affected 6.6 million victims in one year. more »»

A road diet for Iron Mountain?

January 14, 2014 The Iron Mountain Design Committee and Iron Mountain Plan Commission are seeking public input on the idea of a road diet for the Carpenter Avenue corridor in Iron Mountain, Iron Mountain Main Street... more »»

Birth Defects Prevention Month

January 13, 2014 During National Birth Defects Prevention Month in January, the Michigan Department of Community Health is joining with the National Birth Defects Prevention Network to raise awareness of birth... more »»

There are not enough words

January 11, 2014 Bouquet From Terry and Becky Kleikamp of Norway: There are not enough words to express how grateful our family is for all the support that has been given to Britney and our family during this... more »»

Watch for plows clearing the roads

January 10, 2014 Bitter cold temperatures are about to give way to more seasonable conditions in the Upper Peninsula and northeastern Wisconsin. That’s a relief for many local residents. more »»

Insurance claims up in wild winter

January 9, 2014 The past seven weeks of wintry weather resulted in a dramatic increase in auto and property insurance claims in Michigan, according to the Insurance Institute of Michiga. more »»

Looking for ways to improve efficiency

January 8, 2014 It’s no surprise that local governments are struggling financially. Governments throughout the country are facing deficits and reducing services. This is not good news. more »»

It is too cold for your pets

January 7, 2014 Bone-chilling weather is here and with temperatures plummeting. Local police agencies are receiving calls from area residents concerned about the well-being of pets being left outside in this weather. more »»



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