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New Marquette hospital means traffic changes

February 29, 2016 The city of Marquette, specifically south of Washington Street and west of Seventh Street, is going to look drastically different in the next couple of years. more »»

Feeding the deer may do more harm than good

February 27, 2016 It’s tempting during the harsh winter months — especially in light of the toll taken by the past few brutal years in the Michigan’s Upper Peninsula — to offer deer some help by putting out food, be... more »»

Strangers step in when car breaks down on highway

February 27, 2016 From Agatha Cavaiani, Kingsford: Once again we live in a great community and there are still a lot of good guys out there. A while back the red Buick stalled on the highway. more »»

Guest editorial: How to guard against the Zika threat

February 26, 2016 The Centers for Disease Control, or CDC, is now able to test for Zika virus and is making this testing available through state health department. more »»

DCMH earns high marks for maternity care

February 25, 2016 Adding to its list of recent accomplishments, Dickinson County Healthcare System has been cited by Michigan’s most prominent insurer for providing exceptional maternity care. more »»

Frostbite still a danger despite milder winter

February 24, 2016 Frostbite is a serious tissue destroying disorder. It is something that is not often anticipated in relatively mild winter temperatures. more »»

Big donations from 100-Plus Women’s group

February 23, 2016 More than a quarter of a million dollars and counting. That’s what the Dickinson County 100-Plus Women Who Care have given away in roughly three short years of existence. more »»

Recognizing effort even in a mild winter

February 22, 2016 It has been an odd winter so far, with less snow than usual and many warmer than normal days in the mix throughout the region. more »»

Broadband connection key to U.P.’s future

February 20, 2016 Since the copper mines closed, geography generally has been a barrier to economic development in the western U.P. more »»

Saying thanks for the ski jump event

February 19, 2016 Amid the gravity-defying aerial show, camaraderie and celebration this weekend that is the 2016 Bellin Health Pine Mountain Continental Cup, take a moment to appreciate what the international ski... more »»

Ribble rare in keeping pledge on term limit

February 18, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble is keeping his campaign promise. The Republican from Sherwood announced on Ja. more »»

Veterans benefit under proposed budget provision

February 17, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed fiscal year 2017 budget includes a significant chunk of change for the D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans in Marquette. Here’s backgroun. more »»

Schools need state help on tech education

February 16, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: Legislative efforts to expand the ways that school districts could spend sinking fund taxes make sense — for those that can afford i. more »»

Snyder budget targets dual crises in state

February 15, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: Go. more »»

Keep current rules on selling water utilities

February 13, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: The Legislature would be wise to put the brakes on a proposal reportedly moving quickly that would make it easier for private companies to buy and operate municipal... more »»

Golfing frozen Perch Lake for a good cause

February 12, 2016 While most area residents are huddled indoors or bundled up if outside in the frigid weather this week, there’s a group of club-wielding outdoor enthusiasts who welcome the cold. more »»

Blame Congress for corporations moving overseas

February 11, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: If you’re mad at the news the Glendale, Wis. more »»

Timing shows political motive behind new bill

February 10, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald is right that public officials shouldn’t hold two big jobs at the same time. more »»

Congress right to press EPA on Flint

February 9, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: Congress served precisely the role it should have in the U.S. House Oversight hearing last week on the Flint water crisi. more »»

New Hampshire to vote in nation’s first primary

February 9, 2016 CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — It’s been 100 years since New Hampshire held its first presidential primary, and it seems like some of the current candidates have been hanging around for nearly that long. more »»



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