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New laboratory technology now available at DCMH

April 25, 2016 IRON MOUNTAIN — Dickinson County Memorial Hospital recently announced to its medical staff the availability of the only FDA-cleared nucleic acid amplified test on the market for Trichomonas, a... more »»

Free seminars on unemployment insurance

April 25, 2016 LANSING — Michigan employers will have an opportunity to learn more about the state’s unemployment insurance tax and benefit programs at one of the free seminars that will be held around the state... more »»

Assistance available for state farmers

April 25, 2016 EAST LANSING — The U.S. more »»

Wood named new DC president at Range Bank

April 22, 2016 KINGSFORD — Benjamin (Benji) Wood has been named the new community bank president in the Dickinson County region for Range Ban. more »»

Shelter donation

April 22, 2016 ... more »»

Networking group surpasses $2 million in referral business

April 22, 2016 KINGSFORD — The Mining for Business local chapter of Business Networking International (BNI) has recently surpassed $2 million in closed business by passing referrals to each other in the chapter. more »»

State workers who lost their lives on the job honored at Negaunee vigil

April 22, 2016 NEGAUNEE — Working families will gather in Negaunee on Thursday, April 28, to host a Workers Memorial Day vigil honoring workers who have been injured or died on the job. more »»

Helmet donations

April 22, 2016 ... more »»

Conference on workplace safety April 29

April 22, 2016 ESCANABA —The 16th annual Upper Michigan Safety Conference will be held Friday, April 29, at the Besse Center of Bay College in Escanaba. more »»

Econo Cares donation

April 20, 2016 ... more »»

Peer educators receive Bay College recognition

April 20, 2016 ESCANABA — Bay College’s Academic Support Department recently held its annual Peer Educator Appreciation Night to honor the efforts of more than 50 peer educators. more »»

Expert explains U.P. railroad limitations

April 20, 2016 By GARRETT NEESE For The Daily News HOUGHTON - When it comes to industrial rail, the U.S. is the envy of the world, but rail industry in the Upper Peninsula has limitations. more »»

YP of the UP sets schedule of activities

April 20, 2016 IRON MOUNTAIN — The Young Professionals of the Upper Peninsula (YP of the UP) has released their 2016 schedule and encourages participation from anyone in the community. more »»

Gundlach Champion receives award for Eagle Mine facility

April 18, 2016 IRON MOUNTAIN — Gundlach Champion Inc. of Iron Mountain has received the 2015 Building Michigan Award from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Michigan. more »»

Employers add jobs in 37 U.S. states last month

April 18, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Ten U.S. states still have not regained all the jobs they lost in the Great Recession, even after six and a half years of recovery, while many more have seen only modest gains. more »»

MSU Extension offering courses that will support new farmers

April 18, 2016 CHATHAM — The primary goal of The North Farm, a collaborative operation supported by Michigan State University Extension and Michigan State University AgBioResearch located in Chatham is to support... more »»

U.P. Health System to offer free skin cancer screenings

April 18, 2016 HANCOCK — U.P. Health System is offering free skin cancer screenings in Hancock on April 23, Marquette on May 14, and Escanaba on June 4. more »»

Packerland acquires CF TV system

April 15, 2016 IRON MOUNTAIN — Packerland Broadband will take ownership of the cable television system in the city of Crystal Falls on June 1, company officials said. more »»

New primary care nurse practitioner joins DCHS

April 15, 2016 IRON MOUNTAIN — Nurse practitioner Nathan Thompson is one of the newest additions to Dickinson County Healthcare System’s patient care team. Thompson has joined the family practices of Dr. more »»



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