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Local students receive WPPI Energy scholarship

R. R. Branstrom | Daily Press At left, Addison Occhietti (second from left) and Tristan Molinari (far right) of Gladstone were each awarded a $1,000 check — the Public Power Scholarship — on Monday, June 10, for their essays on the “value of public power and having a public-owned ...

Write in print for kids to read

Dear Heloise: I’m not sure if this idea has been printed before, but here it is in case it hasn’t: If you give greeting cards to your early-school-age grandchildren, remember to write in “print,” not cursive writing. Or better yet, when our two grandkids were smaller, we would cut our ...

Widening rich-poor gap makes millennials a K-shaped generation

Coming out of the pandemic, millennials are economically worse off at 35 than baby boomers with comparable careers and lives were at that age. Conversely, higher-paid millennials with upward career trajectories accumulated substantially more wealth than their boomer counterparts. Wealth ...

Get rid of pesky stains

Dear Heloise: One of your readers asked about removing an ink stain. The answer is hairspray! Spray on the stain prior to washing and watch the ink disappear. My mother also used hairspray to freshen up dried-flower arrangements. And for blood stains, try hydrogen peroxide, which comes in a ...

My friend’s addiction is hurting us both

Dear Annie: I have a friend whose father recently died. They were incredibly close, and my heart hurts for her. She and I had met at her father’s house 20-plus years ago and became super close for many years. Life happened, and we’re not as close as we once were even though I still ...

Briefs

Genealogical Society to meet Monday ESCANABA — The next meeting of the Delta County Genealogical Society is Monday, June 24, at 5 p.m. in room 961 in the Joseph Heirman Building at Bay College. Members are encouraged to attend and the public is always invited. Bring your research problems ...