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Trout season offers yearly challenges

April 29, 2016 ESCANABA — The April mist lays cold, silver, and mesmerizing on the river. An eagle floats overhead, and a sandpiper scampers on the bank. more »»


April 29, 2016 American Legion honors veteran of month RAPID RIVER — The American Legion in Rapid River will have its veteran of the month ceremony on Tuesday, May 3, at 7 p.. more »»

Let a night light shine when on the road

April 29, 2016 Dear Heloise: When I travel, bringing along my night light is a must. Mine comes on when the lights go off or it gets dark in the room. more »»

Doormat husband should consult attorney and therapist

April 29, 2016 Dear Annie: I married my high school sweetheart 39 years ago. She is the only woman I have ever slept with, although I am not her only man. more »»

Birth Announcements

April 28, 2016 GUILMETTE — Brittany Hepfer and Michael Guilmette of Manistique welcome a baby boy, Mason James. Mason was born on April 16 at 12:25 p.m. at OSF St. Francis Hospital. Mason weighed 9 pounds, 1. more »»

Noisy environments affect babies’ learning

April 28, 2016 GTT — “What a child hears in a noisy environment is not what an adult hears,” according to Dr. Lori Liebold. more »»

Elks Auxiliary supports Hope At The Inn

April 28, 2016 Courtesy photo Sue Beckon, left, treasurer of the Escanaba Elks Auxiliary, presents a donation to Deb Trombly, executive board member of Hope At The Inn (HATI). more »»

Speaker discusses variety of patriotic topics

April 28, 2016 ESCANABA — Nationally recognized speaker, KrisAnne Hall, is planning several events in the area May 6 - 9. Hall is a former prosecuting attorney, a veteran, and has a degree in biochemistr. more »»

GFWC hosts ‘Far East Feast’ food event

April 28, 2016 ESCANABA — The General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) - Escanaba Woman’s Club is planning a “Far East Feast” for its annual international event on Thursday, May 12, at 5:30 p.m. more »»


April 28, 2016 SERA plans meeting ESCANABA — The Upper Peninsula Chapter 16 of the State Employee Retirement Association will hold its May meeting and member luncheon at the Highland Golf Club beginning at noon o... more »»

Several signs of possible suicide may be detected

April 28, 2016 Dear Annie: Tragedy has struck our family. A cousin killed himself on Easter Sunday. I never thought my cousin would do this. He worked with troubled teens and their families. more »»

Sixth-graders support Cancer Alliance

April 27, 2016 Rosanne Reese | Daily Press Sixth-grade students at the Escanaba Upper Elementary (EUE) School learned first-hand about philanthrop. more »»

Manistique Farmers’ Market opens season

April 27, 2016 MANISTIQUE — The Manistique Farmers’ Market begins its seventh season on Wednesday, May 18, at Little Bear West Arena and will run weekly through Sept. 21. more »»

Five generations of family gather in Escanaba

April 27, 2016 Courtesy photo Five generations of the Berthiaume-Cousineau family got together for an evening recently. more »»


April 27, 2016 Tea Party examines new K-12 guidelines ESCANABA — The Delta Tea Party Patriots met Thursday, April 14, at Bay College. more »»

Young people are willing and able to tackle problems

April 27, 2016 Dear Annie: Young people are ready, willing and able to tackle the world’s most difficult challenges, and yet are vastly underrepresented as active citizens, decision-makers and problem solver. more »»

Project Kidsight holds vision screenings

April 26, 2016 Courtesy photo Members of the Escanaba Lions Club and Heart of North Lions Club conducted free vision screenings in the Project Kidsight Booth at Fun Fest 2016 held at the Delta Plaza Mall on April... more »»

Hope At The Inn concludes helpful season

April 26, 2016 ESCANABA — Hope At The Inn (HATI), Delta County’s emergency homeless shelter, has closed for the season. more »»

Remember when?

April 26, 2016 Photos courtesy of the Delta County Historical Society It is a sweet time of year in the Upper Peninsula. The maple sap is flowing, and maple syrup is not far behind. more »»

In-season blooms lower floral costs

April 26, 2016 METRO — When making floral arrangements for special events, such as weddings, anniversary celebrations or company galas, party planners can save substantial amounts of money sticking with native and... more »»



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