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Important piece of American history

July 30, 2015 The Vietnam War left an unsettled memory on the minds of many Americans. It was a war that cost thousands of U.S. lives, but it did not result in a satisfying ending. It began for the U.S. more »»

 
 
 
Michigan has issues

July 29, 2015 Michigan has issues — lots of issues — that ought to be addressed by state officials. The trouble is: they are not being addressed. If they are being addressed, action is at a snail’s pac. more »»

Tendency to rule by executive order

July 28, 2015 After 20-year-old Adam Lanza killed his mother, 20 children and six school staffers in at Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Conn. more »»

Tips offered on drowning prevention

July 27, 2015 Warm weather, sunny days, and trips to the beach. Yes, summer is here, and with it, the dangers of drowning. More than 3,500 people die each year due to drowning. Of those, one in five are children. more »»

Prevent child heatstroke deaths

July 24, 2015 With summer’s hottest weather arriving, parents and caregivers are reminded to be diligent and never leave children alone in vehicle. more »»

Civil Air Patrol hosts open house today

July 23, 2015 In the late 1930s, more than 150,000 volunteers with a love for aviation argued for an organization to put their planes and flying skills to use in defense of their country. more »»

ATV safety reminders

July 22, 2015 All-terrain vehicles continue to grow in popularity. Both the Upper Peninsula and northeastern Wisconsin have trails galore to enjoy. more »»

Resources available to help manage effects of arthritis

July 22, 2015 Arthritis is one of the most common chronic conditions in the United States and the world. Currently about one in five U.S. adults report having arthriti. more »»

Consolidation discussions

July 20, 2015 Iron Mountain Public Schools has taken some major strides over the past few months. more »»

On display for all to see

July 18, 2015 Bouquet From Vance Jones of Channing, Northwoods Antique Tractor Club vice-president: On July 15, the Northwoods Antique Tractor Club held their 5th annual tractor ride from Aurora, Wis. to the V.A. more »»

Open and accountable

July 17, 2015 A vast majority of the readers of The Daily News believe Wisconsin should keep government records open to the public. more »»

Verso Corp. Clean Corporate Citizen

July 16, 2015 The Verso Corp. pulp and paper mill in Quinnesec has been designated as a Clean Corporate Citizen — again. Congratulations are in order. more »»

New rules for oil pipelines

July 15, 2015 Enbridge Inc. is the largest importer of crude into the U.S. via pipeline, bringing in 17 percent of U.S. imports on any given day. more »»

Act helps our National Forests

July 14, 2015 The objective of the U.S. Forest Service’s forest management program is to ensure that the National Forests are managed in an ecologically sustainable manner. more »»

Dark actions of the EPA

July 13, 2015 Let’s hope the Marquette County Road Commission is wrong. more »»

Florence needs a full-time DA

July 10, 2015 The new Wisconsin state budget includes funding for a full-time district attorney in Florence County. We urge Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to keep this in the version he approves. more »»

Working for U.S. veterans

July 9, 2015 We’re expecting the president to sign legislation soon that creates an official identification card for U.S, veterans. more »»

New options in meth arrests

July 8, 2015 Are your concerned about methamphetamine use? You should be. Below are just some recent headlines from this newspaper. more »»

Prison food should be safe

July 7, 2015 Serving time in prison is punishment, but it should not be torture. Forcing inmates to consume rotten food could be defined torture in some societies. more »»

Learn about the homeless

July 6, 2015 According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, each night there are more than 770,000 people in the United States who are homeless. more »»

So efficient and helpful

July 4, 2015 Bouquet From Barbara Langin of Pembine, Wis. Kathie Scott and myself, Barbara Langin, would like to thank the Dickinson County Library for sponsoring the Lyme disease seminars. more »»

 
 

 

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Cell phone effect

July 29, 2015 A friend from St. Louis, Mo., visited recently. Since she was new to the Gateway to the West, we discussed her impression of the city. The best event, she said, was the annual rib fest. more »

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