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New Hampshire to vote in nation’s first primary

February 9, 2016 CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — It’s been 100 years since New Hampshire held its first presidential primary, and it seems like some of the current candidates have been hanging around for nearly that long. more »»

Having choices healthy for local elections

February 8, 2016 A recent Michigan newspaper editorial: Their tone may not always be to everyone’s liking, but election-year conversations play important functions in our system of governance. more »»

Drones should be regulated, not banned

February 6, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: “Star Wars” might be big at the box office, but drone wars are cropping up all over the country, including Wisconsin. more »»

Lawmakers should get rid of ‘gag order’

February 4, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: Republican lawmakers zealous about limiting municipal tax increases passed legislation in December that tells schools and other local governments they can’t say anythin... more »»

More needed to hold down college costs

February 3, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: A key Assembly committee just endorsed a package of modest yet worthy bills to make college more affordable. more »»

A duty to speak up on child abuse

February 2, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: Unfortunately for Mackenzie Maison, she was born in Michigan, lived her five years in Michigan and died in Michigan. more »»

Use caution when going out on ice

February 1, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: As the winter season seems to finally be settling in across Superiorland, outdoor enthusiasts are putting on a few extra layers of clothing and hitting the slopes,... more »»

Voters split on Clinton marriage relevance

February 1, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s fair game. It’s ancient history. It’s political. It’s personal. more »»

What to look for in Iowa’s presidential caucuses today

February 1, 2016 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — For more than a year, presidential candidates have fanned out across Iowa, shaking hands and posing for photos with voters in coffee shops, American Legion halls and... more »»

Interesting talk on Appalachian trail adventure

January 30, 2016 From Caren Erickson, Kingsford: Kudos and congratulations to Al Sauld. more »»

The real state of affairs in Wisconsin

January 30, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: Gov. Scott Walker spun a dream last week in his “state of the state” address, a dream we wish were true. The dream: Wisconsin’s economy is back. more »»

Tobacco-free U.P. State Fair a good idea

January 28, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: A tobacco-free environment already is in place for Northern Michigan University and there have been efforts to curb smoking at Presque Isle Park. more »»

‘Making a Murderer’ lacks details

January 27, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: Over the past month, the name Steven Avery has dominated headlines throughout the state and nation. more »»

Letting little kids hunt a risky idea

January 26, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: A bill in the state Legislature would allow kids younger than 10 to hunt. more »»

Emergency lights mean slow down

January 25, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: We don’t know exactly what happened Friday morning on North Road in Clyde Township. St. more »»

Trout streams deserve state protection

January 23, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: Trout fishing is a big deal in Wisconsin. It’s great for residents and our quality of life. It’s great for tourism and economic development. more »»

Ugly Senate race won’t serve voters

January 21, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: Ron Johnson and Russ Feingold need to have an honest debate Political junkies say the race between Sen. more »»

Don’t limit information for elections

January 20, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: On Jan. 6, Gov. Rick Snyder signed a statute that prohibits local officials from using public funds to communicate ballot proposals within 60 days of an election. more »»

EPA, state too slow to react on Flint water

January 19, 2016 A recent Michigan editorial: The Snyder administration faces a growing problem with the contaminated water in Flint. The response from Lansing has been too little, too lat. more »»

Pass legislation restricting exotic animals as pets

January 18, 2016 A recent Wisconsin editorial: Exotic animals have their place — such as in their natural habitat in the wild, or even in the care of fully licensed zoos accredited by the Association of Zoos and... more »»

 
 

 

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