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Sixth-graders support Cancer Alliance

April 27, 2016 Rosanne Reese | Daily Press Sixth-grade students at the Escanaba Upper Elementary (EUE) School learned first-hand about philanthrop. more »»

Manistique Farmers’ Market opens season

April 27, 2016 MANISTIQUE — The Manistique Farmers’ Market begins its seventh season on Wednesday, May 18, at Little Bear West Arena and will run weekly through Sept. 21. more »»

Five generations of family gather in Escanaba

April 27, 2016 Courtesy photo Five generations of the Berthiaume-Cousineau family got together for an evening recently. more »»

Briefs

April 27, 2016 Tea Party examines new K-12 guidelines ESCANABA — The Delta Tea Party Patriots met Thursday, April 14, at Bay College. more »»

Young people are willing and able to tackle problems

April 27, 2016 Dear Annie: Young people are ready, willing and able to tackle the world’s most difficult challenges, and yet are vastly underrepresented as active citizens, decision-makers and problem solver. more »»

Project Kidsight holds vision screenings

April 26, 2016 Courtesy photo Members of the Escanaba Lions Club and Heart of North Lions Club conducted free vision screenings in the Project Kidsight Booth at Fun Fest 2016 held at the Delta Plaza Mall on April... more »»

Hope At The Inn concludes helpful season

April 26, 2016 ESCANABA — Hope At The Inn (HATI), Delta County’s emergency homeless shelter, has closed for the season. more »»

Remember when?

April 26, 2016 Photos courtesy of the Delta County Historical Society It is a sweet time of year in the Upper Peninsula. The maple sap is flowing, and maple syrup is not far behind. more »»

In-season blooms lower floral costs

April 26, 2016 METRO — When making floral arrangements for special events, such as weddings, anniversary celebrations or company galas, party planners can save substantial amounts of money sticking with native and... more »»

Briefs

April 26, 2016 SERA plans meeting ESCANABA — The Upper Peninsula Chapter 16 of the State Employee Retirement Association (SERA) will hold its May meeting and member luncheon at the Highland Golf Club beginning at... more »»

Changing one’s name

April 26, 2016 METRO — While many brides opt to take their husbands’ surnames upon tying the knot, over the years the popularity of such a decision has ebbed and flowed. more »»

Co-workers irritated by woman’s disruptive yapping

April 26, 2016 Dear Annie: My cubicle is separated by a low wall from “Terri,” the woman who works next to m. more »»

Dancers present ‘Neverland’ on May 7

April 25, 2016 ESCANABA — On Saturday, May 7, the Academy of Dance will present its 25th annual revue at the William Oliver Auditorium at the Escanaba Upper Elementary School. more »»

More dancers in ‘Neverland’

April 25, 2016 ESCANABA — On Saturday, May 7, the Academy of Dance will present its 25th annual revue at the William Oliver Auditorium at the Escanaba Upper Elementary School. more »»

Briefs

April 25, 2016 Right to Life discusses upcoming activities ESCANABA — Right to Life of Delta County will meet Tuesday, May 3, at 7 p.m. in room 961 of the Joseph Heirman University Center at Bay College. more »»

Reader irritated by lack of hotel towel racks

April 25, 2016 Dear Readers: Today’s sound off is about not having enough towel racks in hotels: Dear Heloise: In today’s ecologically correct world, hotels leave notes requesting guests to please reuse towels b... more »»

Odds of becoming an astronaut are astronomical

April 25, 2016 Dear Annie: I am 15 years old and I love your column. Here’s my problem: Ever since I was a little girl, I had one dream — to become an astronaut. more »»

Students learn symbolism of poppy

April 23, 2016 ROCK — Mid Peninsula fourth- and fifth- grade students recently learned the story of how the Flanders Field red poppy became the global symbol of honor and remembrance of fallen veterans. more »»

Kid Speak

April 23, 2016 Lifestyles Editor Rosanne Reese asked Holy Name Catholic School fourth-graders: “What are you doing for your space science project?”... more »»

Beauchamp celebrates century mark

April 23, 2016 By Rosanne Reese rreese@dailypress.net ESCANABA — Christian Park Village resident, Thomas Beauchamp, celebrated his 100th birthday on Thursda. more »»

 
 
 

 

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