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Daily Press file photo Lt. Bob Berbohm, of Escanaba Public Safety, helps Greg Menhennick, of Negaunee, from the scene of a mock accidents between a car and a tanker truck. The drill was part of a training seminar for truckers who haul hazardous materials.

Hamilton participates in ambassador program

GLADSTONE — Graduating senior from Gladstone High School and American Ambassador through International Cultural Exchange Services’ Global Ambassador Program Ericka Hamilton recently answered some questions about her time in the program. Q: How many years have you been an Ambassador? A: ...

Buying double-sided towels

Dear Heloise: My hint concerns kitchen towels. When buying them, I look for double-sided towels. By that, I mean the absorbent waffle weave pattern should be on both sides. They may cost a bit more, but you will get a better and longer-lasting towel. Of course, be on the lookout for a sale so ...

Family tensions and legacy after loss

Dear Annie: My brother-in-law passed away 10 years ago, and tragically, my sister, his wife, passed on two years later, leaving behind their three boys: “Tom” (14), “Freddie” (17) and “Dennis” (22). Initially, my wife and I offered to take in Tom, the youngest, but the boys wanted ...

Gladstone American Legion executive board inducted

GLADSTONE — Zone 5 Commander Ray Carlson, 11th District Commander Tom Chernetski and Alternate 11th District Commander Mark Maida traveled to Gladstone to conduct the elections and induct the executive board for American Legion Post 71 on May 13. The new board is excited for the coming year ...

Briefs

Escanaba Class of 1984 ESCANABA — The Escanaba High School Class of 1984 will hold a 40th class reunion on Saturday, July 20 at the Lake Bluff Country Club. For information or to RSVP, contact Sue (LaFave) Hughson via e-mail at shughson@eskymos.com or see the Esky Class of 84 Facebook ...