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Put a stop to robo-calls

October 29, 2014 Most of us have experienced it. You are home, relaxing, maybe getting ready to sit down with your family at the dinner table, and the phone rings. more »»

Make safety a priority this Halloween

October 29, 2014 Halloween is filled with excitement and spooky tricks, but with Halloween being the deadliest night of the year for pedestrians. more »»

CDC must get it right the first time

October 28, 2014 When public health threats surface, many Americans, including health care professionals, turn to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC officials are the experts, after all. more »»

State resolutions call for U.P. utility cost redo

October 27, 2014 State lawmakers in the Upper Peninsula are banding together to fight a proposal that would put local utility customers on the hook for almost all of an estimated $100 million additional annual cost... more »»

Hannahville students deserve praise

October 25, 2014 This week’s bouquets go to: From Liz Hill, Manistique: “At the risk of sounding like an old fogey, I’d like to tell you about an experience I had this weekend. more »»

Time to prepare for winter hazards

October 23, 2014 There is no stopping it. Winter will be here soon. In an effort to raise awareness about the potential dangers of the upcoming winter season, Governor Rick Snyder has declared Nov. more »»

Protect against carbon monoxide poisoning

October 22, 2014 Gov. Rick Snyder has proclaimed this week, Oct. 19 – 25, as Carbon Monoxide Safety and Awareness Week in Michigan. more »»

More than catchy slogans needed

October 22, 2014 One has to wonder how much effort the White House put into coming up with the official name for the war against Islamic State terrorists. more »»

Stand up to domestic violence

October 21, 2014 There is no excuse for the crime Ray Rice committed against his fiancee. For a professional football player to punch a woman and knock her out is outrageous. more »»

Take a stand against bullying

October 20, 2014 With October being National Bullying Month, the Michigan State Police is encouraging parents and teachers to talk to students about what to do if they experience or witness an act of bullying. more »»

Land is good for Michigan, U.S.

October 18, 2014 Today The Daily Press endorses Terri Lynn Land for U.S. Senate. more »»

Ebola tactics need examination

October 17, 2014 U.S. officials have proven effective tactics to battle infectious diseases. But the devil is in the details — and the devil now is Ebola. more »»

Bargain license fees good deal for visitors to state

October 16, 2014 It’s no secret Michigan is a haven for hunters and anglers. State Sen. more »»

Energy is key to Michigan’s future

October 15, 2014 Hydraulic fracturing, the process of blasting rock with high-pressure water to extract natural gas from shale formations deep beneath the earth’s surface, has stirred controversy throughout the... more »»

Protect yourself against the flu

October 14, 2014 Concern about exotic diseases is high because of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. News a Liberian man visiting Texas had brought Ebola here heightened the worry among many Americans. more »»

Prescription drug abuse a serious problem

October 13, 2014 Prescription drug abuse is a national epidemic. Teen prescription drug abuse is a serious problem in our communities. more »»

Community helped welcome veterans

October 11, 2014 This week’s bouquets go to: From Roman and Gayle Gill, Escanaba; “We would like to thank the people who shared their time in showing off our community during the 14th Infantry Regiment-25th Divisio... more »»

The War on Poverty

October 11, 2014 WASHINGTON — Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson declared “War on Poverty.” It sounded great to me. I was taught at Princeton, “We’re a rich countr. more »»

Voter ID laws cut turnout by blacks, young

October 11, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — States that toughened their voter identification laws saw steeper drops in election turnout than those that did not, with disproportionate falloffs among black and younger voters, ... more »»

Almanac

October 11, 2014 Today is Saturday, Oct. 11, the 284th day of 2014. There are 81 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Oct. 11, 1984, Challenger astronaut Kathryn D. more »»

 
 
 

 

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