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Obamacare leading to part-time nation

August 17, 2013 Dearborn is planning to cut hours for 200 part-time and seasonal employees to 28 hours a week due to Obamacare’s looming employer mandate. more »»

Breastfeeding Awareness Month

August 16, 2013 Gov. Rick Snyder has declared the month of August to be Breastfeeding Awareness Month in Michigan. more »»

College and vehicle needs

August 15, 2013 In August it’s easy for college students to remember to get new clothes, school supplies and dorm and apartment furniture, but what about preparing the car that’s going to haul all that stuff?... more »»

Sleep patterns to start school

August 14, 2013 Summer’s long days are beginning to shorten and the first day of school looms on the horizon. School-aged children treat every day as if it were their las. more »»

Relief for Wisconsin tornado victims

August 13, 2013 American Red Cross workers continues to help those impacted by the tornadoes that hit northeastern Wisconsin last week. The most significant damage was reported in and near the Fox Valley. more »»

New school rules for pregnant teens

August 12, 2013 Legal Services of Eastern Michigan monitors new regulations and discovered that these new guidelines will try to make sure that pregnant teens are treated like everyone else in the classroom. The U.S. more »»

Competition for 1st District House seat best for voters

August 10, 2013 The race for the Congressional District seat that covers the Upper Peninsula and the northern Lower Peninsula got a bit more interesting this week. more »»

Childhood obesity rates

August 9, 2013 The new Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s Vital Signs report shows declines in childhood obesity rates in 19 states and territories among 2 to 4 year olds in low-income families. more »»

New model policy for hot weather practices

August 8, 2013 With the beginning of a new year for high school sports just a week away, members of the Michigan High School Athletic Association have been preparing to follow a new model policy for hot weather... more »»

Don’t let the bedbugs bite

August 7, 2013 Squeezing in one more vacation before the end of summer? Thoroughly checking your accommodates can help assure your trip is a dream come true — not a nightmare. more »»

Immunization Awareness Month

August 6, 2013 Marinette County Public Health Department stresses the importance of immunizations during the month of August, which is National Immunization Awareness Month. more »»

Watch for algae blooms

August 5, 2013 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials are warning swimmers and boaters to watch out for blue-green algae blooms. more »»

Delaying sale of wolf licenses a wise move

August 3, 2013 State wildlife managers appear to have made the right move in delaying the sale of licenses for this year’s wolf hunt. more »»

1st confirmed case of West Nile Virus

August 2, 2013 Michigan health officials have identified the state’s first confirmed human case of West Nile Virus for 2013 in a man from downstate St. more »»

Fraud protection company a fraud

August 1, 2013 It seems that we are constantly defending ourselves against some new scam. Some may be lottery sweepstakes calls that seem too good to be true, or a call that plays on our fears. more »»

Aggressive driving danger

July 31, 2013 The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration defines aggressive driving as when “an individual commits a combination of moving traffic offenses so as to endanger other persons or propert. more »»

Increase in nonfatal choking among kids

July 30, 2013 Choking is a leading cause of injury among children, especially for children 4 years of age and younger, a new study warns. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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