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Early detection of cancer saves lives

March 31, 2016 Medical experts have been telling us for years that many types of cancer — including colon cancer — can be successfully treated, if it’s discovered early enoug. more »»

One senator holding up Flint water relief

March 30, 2016 Michigan’s Democratic Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters have bipartisan support for a $220 million bill to fix and replace lead contaminated pipes in Flint and other cities. more »»

Positive sign for U.P. deer herd

March 29, 2016 El Nino to the rescue. The Pacific weather phenomenon could not have come at a better time for Upper Michigan’s sadly diminished deer herd. more »»

Do you know a child Bay Cliff could help?

March 28, 2016 Bay Cliff Health Camp is gearing up for the summer, and their camper referral process is in full swing. more »»

Students say thanks for lesson on saving

March 26, 2016 This week’s bouquets go to: From James T. Jones Elementary School staff and students: The staff and students of James T. more »»

If you see something, say something

March 25, 2016 The Michigan State Police (MSP) is asking residents to be vigilant by looking out for any suspicious behavior or activity and notifying law enforcement immediately if they see something suspicious. more »»

Keep moving on cyber security

March 23, 2016 Michigan has a unique opportunity to be a leader in cyber security. more »»

Deadly snowmobile season in the U.P.

March 21, 2016 Although Michigan’s state snowmobile trail system is open to riders until March 31, this year’s season is all but over. It took a heavy tol. more »»

Community effort makes service dog possible

March 19, 2016 This week’s bouquets go to: From the Committee to support Megan Deacon: A huge thank you to all who came out to Gladstone High School to support Megan Deacon in her quest for a dog from Paws for... more »»

Keep tabs on your child’s Internet use

March 18, 2016 Do you know who the “friends” are that your child might be chatting with online or through social media? Perhaps not well enough. more »»

Keep United States, Canada ties strong

March 16, 2016 Justin Trudeau’s attendance at a White House state dinner, the first by a Canadian prime minister in 19 years, is a good time to reflect on the importance of the relationship between the two North... more »»

Holding kids back not the answer

March 15, 2016 Ample research tells us that students who haven’t met grade-level standards can’t be “fixed” by forcing them to repeat a grade, but it’s a notion that won’t die in state legislatures — including... more »»

Early detection key to fighting cancer

March 14, 2016 National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in March offers a perfect opportunity to talk to your doctor and ask yourself, as well as family and friends, if it is time for colorectal cancer screenin. more »»

Warm communities help CAA drive

March 12, 2016 This week’s bouquets go to: From Julie Moberg, Menominee-Delta-Schoolcraft Community Action Agency executive director, and Cathy Pearson, CAA executive assistant: We take so much comfort knowing ou... more »»

Eisenhower would have been appalled

March 10, 2016 Were he alive today, former President Dwight Eisenhower would be angry about a report this week that some Navy SEALs have to share rifles. more »»

Nancy Reagan was integral part of presidency

March 9, 2016 During the first half of the nation’s history, wives of our presidents received little public credit or even notice for their behind-the-scenes involvement in public affairs. more »»

Celebrate March by giving blood

March 7, 2016 During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to join in its lifesaving mission by giving blood. Since 1943, every U.S. more »»

Celebrate March by giving blood

March 5, 2016 During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to join in its lifesaving mission by giving blood. Since 1943, every U.S. more »»

FEMA action needs more than a slap of the wrist

March 4, 2016 The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s former chief security officer knew two people he hired in 2011 had criminal backgrounds, an inspector general’s report has revealed. more »»

 
 
 

 

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