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Using up leftover ginger

Dear Heloise: My husband and I love fresh ginger in a number of dishes that I prepare, but oftentimes, leftover ginger sits in my refrigerator and dries out. Even if I wrap it tightly in cling wrap, it looks disgusting after a couple of months. Any hints for me on what to do to use up my fresh ...

Friends, frustrations and finding new connections

Dear Annie: I’ve experienced couples being completely tone-deaf to the single friends in their lives. Sometimes they have no interest in helping their friends find a relationship. I’m not even talking about setting someone up. I’m talking about having no interest in even going to a place ...

Briefs

Delta Coin Club to meet GLADSTONE — The next meeting of the Delta Coin Club is Tuesday, June 11 at 5 p.m. at 921 Delta Ave, Gladstone. Bring your coins to the meeting someone will help. The public is always welcome. If you are a sporting card dealer, seller, or something else you can ...

Hensley is Daily Press ‘Editor for the Day’

R. R. Branstrom | Daily Press Scout Samantha Hensley of Scouting America Troop 6410 poses for a photo with her “Editor for the Day” certificate. Hensley visited the Daily Press Monday to learn about journalism for a merit badge. She toured the Daily Press office, met with staff from ...

Remember When?

Daily Press file photo Hannahville students lifted recycling to a new level this week in 1992, as they tied plastic beverage can holders together to make a volleyball net for use during the final day of classes, 32 years ago today. Teacher Debbie Fudala, standing, said the student planned to ...

MEA Local Council awards scholarships

ESCANABA — The 17B Coordinating Council of the Michigan Education Association (MEA) recently awarded a pair of $250 scholarships to two local students. This year’s recipients were Everett Belanger, Rapid River High School, and Landen Dougherty, Manistique High School. A member of ...