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Conflicting views follow Supreme Court ruling

June 26, 2015 CHICAGO (AP) — Throughout the country, relief was the dominant emotion among consumers who get help from the government to lower their health insurance costs following Thursday’s Supreme Court rulin... more »»

Democratic Party chairman Johnson to run for Congress

June 26, 2015 ISHPEMING (AP) — Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Lon Johnson is resigning so he can run against Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek in Michigan’s 1st Congressional District. more »»

Supreme Court upholds nationwide health care law subsidies

June 25, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, in a ruling that preserves health insurance for millions of American. more »»

Democratic Party chairman Johnson to run against Benishek

June 25, 2015 ISHPEMING (AP) — Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Lon Johnson is resigning so he can run against Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek in Michigan's 1st Congressional District. more »»

Official pitches power plan in Esky

June 25, 2015 ESCANABA — Escanaba officials — unsure of the local benefits of a proposed electric transmission line connecting the upper and lower peninsulas — discussed the issue with the state’s top energy... more »»

Strangulation case going to trial this fall

June 25, 2015 ESCANABA — A Rapid River man, accused of assaulting an Escanaba female by strangulation earlier this year, will be tried by a jury this fall, according to Delta County Circuit Court. more »»

Two in running for Bay College board seat

June 25, 2015 ESCANABA — Members of the Bay College Board of Trustees chose two candidates to interview for an upcoming board vacancy during a special meeting Wednesday. more »»

Panel looks at allowing commercial fish farming

June 25, 2015 LANSING (AP) — A panel of scientists will take public comments on whether to allow commercial fish farming operations in Michigan’s Great Lakes waters. more »»

Tribe to build casino, RV park in Mackinaw City

June 25, 2015 MACKINAW CITY, Mich. (AP) — A Native American tribe is reviving an effort to bring a new casino and RV park to Mackinaw City. more »»

State’s health care expansion rests on court action

June 25, 2015 LANSING (AP) — The expansion of medical insurance to 828,000 Michigan residents under two major components of the federal health care law is unsettled at the U.S. more »»

Verso lays off 19 at Esky mill

June 24, 2015 ESCANABA — Nineteen employees have recently been laid off at the Escanaba paper mill as a result of an organizational restructuring at the plant since Verso acquired NewPage earlier this year, said ... more »»

Symetra Tour back in Harris

June 24, 2015 HARRIS — Brooke Henderson may not be able to play a hand of blackjack or pull the handle on a slot machine inside the Island Resort and Casino, but that’s OK, because she didn’t come to Harris, Mich. more »»

New use for old bank building proposed

June 24, 2015 ESCANABA — A proposed plan aimed to bring life to an historical vacant building and help revitalize downtown Escanaba was met with a variety of opinions Tuesday. more »»

Manistique revises public peace ordinance

June 24, 2015 MANISTIQUE — An unenforced ban on crossdressing that has been on Manistique’s books for over 40 years has been repealed with the unanimous approval of a new ordinance by the Manistique City Council. more »»

Years into Common Core plan, teachers lament lack of materials

June 24, 2015 By Carolyn Thompson Associated Press The learning standards were new. The textbooks were not. So curriculum director Tammy Baumann and her team took the books apart, literally. more »»

Union fees dispute could return to Supreme Court

June 24, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Powerful public-sector unions are facing another high-profile legal challenge that they say could wipe away millions from their bank accounts and make it tougher for them to survive. more »»

A Day At Play

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Gladstone won’t sell park parcels

June 23, 2015 GLADSTONE — The Gladstone City Commission voted in favor of continuing its involvement with two parcels currently being used as park space. more »»



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