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Alzheimer’s risk in women

April 7, 2014 Every April, National Public Health Week is recognized in Michigan to help protect and improve the health of state residents. more »»

The greatest care and love

April 5, 2014 Bouquet From Ilene Kotajarvi, Hospice/NODA Volunteer Coordinator, OSF Home Care Services, Escanaba: In 1978, a group of concerned citizens in Delta County founded the first hospice in the state of... more »»

Mumps increase in the Midwest

April 4, 2014 Mumps occurs worldwide. The incidence of mumps in the U.S. declined significantly after an effective vaccine was licensed in 1967, reports the Wisconsin Division of Public Healt. more »»

Interesting civics lesson

April 3, 2014 The pink hair controversy at West Iron County High Schools has proved to be an interesting civics lesson. more »»

A sign of the times

April 2, 2014 Maybe it’s a sign of the times, or a sad commentary on the state of America today. All we can do is shake our heads, and say “why can’t we let kids be kids. more »»

Communities need to protect children

April 1, 2014 April is National Child Abuse Prevention Mont. more »»

Honoring volunteers

March 31, 2014 We’re looking for a few good people. In fact, we’re looking for a lot of good people. And we know that they are out there. more »»

Two days for Italian Fest

March 29, 2014 Bouquet Let’s here it for our local community festiva. more »»

Yooper in the dictionary

March 28, 2014 A Yooper is not a Hodag, nor is it a Wykon. A Yooper is real. In fact, it is a word in the new Merriam-Webster Unabridged dictionary. more »»

State should help U.P. communities

March 27, 2014 When a hurricane hits the mainland, emergency officials fall over each other to survey the damage and promise truck-loads of assistance. more »»

New opportunity for volunteers

March 26, 2014 Residents of Iron Mountain and the surrounding area have a right to be proud of their community. The community is historic and surrounded by natural beauty. The best part, however, is the peopl. more »»

Prepare for flood danger

March 25, 2014 When the high temperatures only reach the low 20s, few people are worried about snowmelt. more »»

Reasons to be optimistic

March 24, 2014 You read about them in the paper nearly every day. You see their names in The Daily News Academic Achievers section. The faces of selected seniors are displayed every year on the front page. more »»

Straight from our hearts

March 22, 2014 Bouquet From: Kirby and Isabelle Dunn, Iron Mountain. We would like to express our deep appreciation to the hard working team at the Dickinson Memorial Hospital. more »»

Bouquet

March 22, 2014 Bouquet From: William Schmitt, Retired Logger, Faithorn. Many, many thanks and kudos for the Iron Mountain Bay West College Pianist performance by Catherine Vivio on March 2. more »»

Dealing with pothole season

March 21, 2014 It’s no secret. This winter set records. Now comes another big problem — potholes. more »»

Health care conflicts

March 21, 2014 By: Jim Anderson Daily News News Editor Throw stones at Obamacare, if you like. Its good intentions can’t excuse false promises and sloppy implementation. more »»

End landline phone service?

March 20, 2014 Michigan lawmakers in Lansing are considering a proposal to make it easier for telephone companies to end landline service. This is not a good idea. more »»

Looking to the future

March 19, 2014 Iron Mountain city officials are listening to the public — and logic. Iron Mountain city leaders are looking at establishing the position of deputy city manager. more »»

National Kick Butts Day

March 18, 2014 National Kick Butts Day is Wednesday, March 19. more »»

 
 
 

 

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