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Early dental care encouraged for children

July 29, 2013 Too many children in Michigan are losing their baby teeth to tooth decay, putting their future dental, nutritional and overall health at risk, according to a recent University of Michigan study. more »»

Ford’s impact on U.P. history celebrated

July 27, 2013 When one thinks of the name “Henry Ford,” perhaps the city of Detroit is the first thing that comes to mind. The Ford plant ... the creation of the assembly line ... the Motor City. more »»

Happy birthday, Camp Grayling

July 26, 2013 Camp Grayling, one of the premier military installations in the nation, celebrated its 100th anniversary this past weeken. more »»

A startling statistic

July 25, 2013 In Michigan, a new safety campaign is displaying the number of traffic fatalities on state roadways so far this year. more »»

Stay healthy at the pool

July 24, 2013 Every year, thousands of Americans get sick with recreational water illnesses (RWIs) such as diarrhea. more »»

Michigan searches for Capitol Christmas tree

July 23, 2013 The search for the state of Michigan Christmas tree is drawing to a close. more »»

Forests provide health benefits

July 22, 2013 A new study may provide evidence why folks in the Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin are so health and happy. According to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, U.S. more »»

Great Lakes grants could prove boon to area, region

July 20, 2013 We hope a recent announcement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency bodes well for groups working to protect the region’s greatest natural resource — Lake Superior. more »»

Beware of rip currents

July 19, 2013 These hot summer days are a perfect time to enjoy the lakeshores. But swimmers must use caution. Swimming in the Great Lakes can be dangerous. more »»

Shady side of sunscreens

July 18, 2013 How many times have you seen the claims “total,” “all-day,” or “waterproof” protection on the back of your sunscreens? The truth of the matter is, no sunscreen can completely screen or block the... more »»

Coping with the hot weather

July 17, 2013 Many area residents are thankful for the summer weather. The cooler weather this spring was enough to make many people re-think their opinions of climate change. This week is different. more »»

Keep cool during the heat of summer

July 16, 2013 In this sweltering heat this week, the American Heart Association warns area residents to heed some simple safety suggestions as temperatures continue rise. more »»

Get kids moving this summer

July 15, 2013 Today, about one in three American kids and teens is overweight or obese — nearly triple the rate 50 years ago, reports the American Heart Association. more »»

Casperson bill would boost state’s economy

July 13, 2013 A bill recently introduced by state Sen. Tom Casperson makes sense for Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. more »»

Tread lightly on your ATV

July 12, 2013 The number of all-terrain vehicle riders is increasing every year. Today, more than 16 million people in the U.S. enjoy riding all-terrain vehicles. more »»

Heat can be hard on your heart

July 11, 2013 Everyone is trying to keep fit these days. Not only does it feel good, keeping fit extends your life expectancy and gives you energy. more »»

July top month for grill fires

July 10, 2013 Outdoor grilling is a great way to enjoy the taste of summer and Michigan State Fire Marshal Richard Miller has issued guidelines for safe grilling all season lon. more »»

Online ticket scam warning

July 9, 2013 You have a few vacation days and have always wanted to see your favorite music act at a live performance. A few clicks of the mouse, and you have great seats at a great price, right? Not so fast. more »»

Safe and fun family fishing

July 8, 2013 Summer is here and the living is easy. During our summer months, many area residents take time to enjoy a family fishing outing. more »»

UPPCO should do more to justify rate increase request

July 6, 2013 The Upper Peninsula Power Co. has applied with a state oversight board to raise its electric base rates by 8.1 percent. On the surface, at least, this is a move that concerns us. more »»

 
 

 

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