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Detroit paper’s comments not taken well

August 27, 2013 Recently on its website, The Detroit News made what we feel is an attempt to put the Upper Peninsula in its place. more »»

Summer reading program a hit

August 17, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Kari Fassbender: “The Gladstone School and Public Library would like to give a big thank you to all of the area businesses, patrons, the Altrusa Club, and the... more »»

Fair has special bond to Escanaba

August 13, 2013 It’s that time of year again. Summer is starting to wind down, but not before the U.P. State Fair takes center stage. Like other years, the 2013 U.P. more »»

West Nile Virus still a risk

August 5, 2013 Michigan health officials have identified the state’s first confirmed human case of West Nile Virus for 2013 in a man from downstate St. more »»

Sesquicentennial celebration gets rave reviews

July 26, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Roni Rose D’Eustachio of Sahuarita, Ariz. more »»

Help wanted: Candidates

July 25, 2013 The City of Gladstone may soon encounter a situation other area governmental bodies and school districts have faced over the years. more »»

Refinery impact claims don't hold up

July 24, 2013 An effort by a state senator to help lower gasoline prices in Michigan seems simplistic and naive to us. Last week, state Se. more »»

Volunteers keep state roadsides looking good

July 10, 2013 There are groups of volunteers in Delta County and across the state that perform a service we may not notice — unless no one bothered to do it. more »»

Casperson bill would boost state’s economy

July 3, 2013 A bill recently introduced by state Sen. Tom Casperson makes sense for Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. more »»

All types of blood needed

July 1, 2013 Whether someone is among the 39 percent of the U.S. more »»

Help mark Escanaba’s 150th year

June 27, 2013 Escanaba’s Sesquicentennial Celebration begins in just nine days. On Friday, July 5, the event starts with a parade down Ludington Street. more »»

Article didn’t show all of Escanaba

June 26, 2013 A story in Tuesday’s Detroit News about Escanaba and our upcoming sesquicentennial celebration left us a bit perplexe. more »»

Rescue workers shouldn’t be put at risk

June 25, 2013 Recently introduced bills in the state Legislature deserve serious consideration from Michigan’s lawmakers. more »»

Volunteers make local events possible

June 21, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From James T. Jones Elementary: “The students and staff of James T. more »»

U.P. has tools to fight illegal drugs

June 18, 2013 An update from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) last week contained some disturbing information. more »»

Good Samaritans alive and well

June 15, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Priscilla Hall of Gladstone: “Many thanks to the kind men at the Fun Run who got the 1952 Chevy started on Jenkins Drive. more »»

Off-road races benefit area

June 14, 2013 The culmination of months of planning and hard work will culminate this weekend. For the 38th year, the annual Bark River Off-Road Races will take place at Bark River International Raceway. more »»

Wineries and farmers markets a good match

June 13, 2013 Legislation expected to be signed by Gov. Rick Snyder would have a positive impact on a growing industry in Delta County and the U.P. as a whole. more »»

CPR training on the job benefits everyone

June 11, 2013 One of the most valuable skills a person can learn is the life-saving technique known as CPR. more »»

Reading Buddies say thank you

June 8, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Chris Lundin of Rapid River Reading Buddies: “On behalf of the Rapid River Reading Buddies, I would like to thank the Rapid River Lions Club, Rapid River American... more »»



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