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Menominee County Bookmobile sets July schedule

MENOMINEE — The Menominee County Bookmobile will be making the following stops for the month of July: Monday, July 1 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Summer reading program at Fochesato Park, U.S. 2 in Hermansville 1 to 2 p.m. Summer reading program at Nadeau Township Hall, U.S. 41 Monday, July ...

Prepared for the worst-case scenario and pets are, too

Dear Annie: I have a message I hope you will please share. The last several years have seen numerous natural disasters. The human toll has been great, but there are thousands of other victims that have no voice. Pets, especially cats, are left behind. I encourage all pet owners to have a ...

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Heart of the North Lions change meeting date BARK RIVER — Due to the Fourth of July, the Heart of the North Lions Club regular monthly meeting will be held Thursday, July 11, at 6:45 p.m. at the Bark River Area Senior Center. Heart of the North Lions Club welcomes new members. Meetings ...

Students put fashion, language, ­talent on display with annual show

ESCANABA — Escanaba High School presented the 7th Annual World Language Fashion and Talent Show at the school auditorium. It showcased clothing from the Clothes Closet, introduced world languages, and allowed students the opportunity to plan and run an event. The show, hosted by Brayden ...

Friend’s insecurity, jealousy straining relationship

Dear Annie: I have a friend who I have known for many years, and suddenly I have noticed that she is getting possessive with me. She just wants to see me alone, and she questions whether or not I’m seeing other friends when I can’t see her at a certain time. She makes comments about how ...

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Heart of the North Lions change meeting date BARK RIVER — Due to the Fourth of July, the Heart of the North Lions Club’s regular monthly meeting will be held Thursday, July 11, at 6:45 p.m. at the Bark River Area Senior Center. Heart of the North Lions Club welcomes new members. ...

Enjoying the rich history of Escanaba

ESCANABA — Slip through the window of time and enjoy Escanaba in the olden days. The history of Escanaba is a long and winding one, like the river the city is named for. It was the great, wide river of flat rocks (limestone) that drew people. The river merges into Little Bay de Noc, ...

Turn to your spice rack to kick up your chicken salad

To apply some modern tricks to old-school chicken salad, we turned to our spice rack. Most spices boast an impressive portfolio of phytonutrients — often the very same compounds that give them such potent flavor. Mild, creamy chicken salad was an ideal canvas. First, we found we could ...

Struggling to function: Too much caffeine or too much stress?

Dear Annie: I used to drink coffee only now and then, just for enjoyment. But since my job has become more intense and stressful, I’ve found myself needing at least a cup a day to keep me alert and functioning at full capacity. I don’t like that I’m dependent on caffeine now. I notice ...

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Eagles breakfast Sunday ESCANABA — The Escanaba Eagles 1088 will serve their 5th Sunday Breakfast from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, June 30, in the Eagles Hall, located at 608 Ludington St. Escanaba. The public is welcome to attend. There is a fee to attend the breakfast. For more ...

Rotary holds dinner, awards scholarships

ESCANABA — More than 60 Escanaba Rotarians, friends, scholarship winners and their families enjoyed dinner, and fellowship, and heard remarks about the Rotary Youth Exchange program from a visiting Rotarian at the Freshwater Tavern at the Terrace recently. Three recent Escanaba High ...

Closs earns master’s degree

GLADSTONE — Kyle John Closs graduated from Colorado State University-Global on June 1 with a master of finance degree. He graduated with high honors, and is employed with First Bank in Gladstone as a commercial loan officer. His parents are John and Terry Closs.

Beaudry graduates from Marquette University

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Ashley Beaudry of Gladstone has graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. Beaudry earned a masters in physician assistant studies. Beaudry was one of 2,112 undergraduate and graduate students who received their diplomas on Sunday, May 19, at the Fiserv Forum ...

Free or low-cost cancer screenings for women

ESCANABA — Low- or no-cost breast and cervical cancer screenings and services and follow-up care are available to local women through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Navigation Program (BCCCNP). BCCNP can arrange for program-eligible women to receive breast and cervical cancer ...

Lazy and disgusting or just technologically inclined?

Dear Readers: A recent column talked about someone being grossed out when entering a bathroom stall because the previous occupant failed to flush. I was pretty hard on that previous occupant, assuming they were at fault. Quite a few readers pointed out that this might have been a problem of ...

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Escanaba Class of 1984 reunion set for July 6 ESCANABA — The Escanaba Class of 1984 reunion is planned for Saturday, July 6. Please RSVP to Lynn Arguello by emailing llynniearguello@gmail.com or calling 970-306-5400 if you have not already done so. All of the festivities will take place ...

Northern United Federal Credit Union awards local students scholarships

ESCANABA — Northern United Federal Credit Union awarded $1,000 in scholarships to two 2019 high school graduates: Kathryn Wilson and Haillie McDonough. This is the fourteenth year the scholarships have been awarded, recognizing student members’ scholastic ability, personal integrity, and ...

Storyteller, musician to bring history to library

ESCANABA — The Escanaba Public Library has announced a performance by storyteller Michael Deren Thursday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m. Deren recreates the great Northern Michigan lumber boom of the 19th Century as a lumberjack/shanty boy of 1870. Deren plays the concertina, fiddle, bones and ...

Food that looks good, tastes good, or is good for you

Dear Heloise: Children love to DECORATE COOKIES, and I found it much easier to have the cookies cut out and put on a prepared cookie sheet ready to decorate. My mini muffin pan is a good place to put individual decorations in the mini receptacles, making them easier to get to. — Gloria H., ...

Overcoming insensitive comments about past abuse

Dear Annie: I endured a very traumatic childhood. I was verbally abused. I was physically abused. I was sexually abused and raped. I’m writing because I want to know the best way to respond to ignorant and insensitive remarks about my childhood. I have been told, “just leave it in the ...