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Investment in education

February 7, 2015 From Kim (Anderson) Carne, Bay College Vice President of College Advancement: Bay College and the Bay College Foundation for West Campus would like to thank you, our employees and community, for you... more »»

A good time to consider quitting

February 6, 2015 The Michigan Department of Community Health, Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care has announced that a statewide survey during 2014 shows that 82 percent of retailers did not sell tobacco... more »»

Ladies: Go Red for better health

February 5, 2015 The last decade has brought a new movement of raising awareness in women’s heart health. more »»

IM’s new loose pet ordinance

February 4, 2015 Iron Mountain City Council has approved an ordinance to deal with loose dogs and cats. This should be welcome news to area resident. more »»

Identifying top scams of year

February 3, 2015 Scams have become a way of life in America. Local police officials hear about them, state agencies issue warnings, and independent groups post scam alert. more »»

The fear of falling

February 2, 2015 Falling, and the fear of falling, can have a huge impact on older adults. In fact, fear of falling can lead older adults to limit their activities, which may lead to other problems. more »»

TV Tip-Over Prevention Day

January 31, 2015 Every 45 minutes a child in the United States ends up in an emergency department because of a TV tipping over. That is why this Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. more »»

National Stalking Awareness Month

January 30, 2015 During National Stalking Awareness Month, the Michigan State Police is seeking to educate residents about how to identify stalking and how to report this serious crime. more »»

It’s the Iron Belle Trail

January 29, 2015 Congratulations to Michigan for the progress being made on the state’s new hiking and biking trail from the Upper Peninsula to Detroit. more »»

Most oppose wolf decision

January 28, 2015 The Michigan State Senate Natural Resources Committee took testimony today on a resolution being introduced by Sen. Tom Casperson, calling on the U.S. more »»

Giving the gift of life

January 27, 2015 Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has announced that the number of Michigan adults registered as organ, tissue and eye donors has now surpassed 50 percent. more »»

First measles case of 2015

January 26, 2015 The Michigan Department of Community Health has confirmed Michigan’s first measles case of 2015. more »»

Causes that are important

January 24, 2015 Every year, area residents sacrifice their weekends, and their comfort, to bring attention to causes that are important to them. Two such events are planned this month. more »»

Snowmobile Safety Week

January 23, 2015 A 38-year-old Indiana man died from injuries suffered in a Jan. 19 snowmobile crash near Ewen. Chad E. Keifer of West Lafayette, Ind. more »»

Win-win for the entire area

January 22, 2015 Everyone’s talking about gasoline prices. U.S. gas prices this week are more than a dollar less per gallon than they were a year ago. That’s good news. more »»

Mentoring in Michigan

January 21, 2015 Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has proclaimed January 2015 as Michigan Mentoring Month. more »»

OK2SAY helps keep students safe

January 20, 2015 Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Michigan State Police Director Colonel Kriste Kibbey Etue have announced the significant first semester success of OK2SAY, Michigan’s comprehensive schoo... more »»

Too many people dying from stroke

January 19, 2015 Stroke has dropped from the nation’s fourth-leading cause of death to No. 5, according to new federal statistics. Unintentional injuries takes its place in the No. more »»

National Blood Donor Month

January 17, 2015 The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to start a lifesaving habit by becoming a regular blood donor this year, starting with National Blood Donor Month in January. more »»

Deadly home fires on the rise

January 16, 2015 Tragedy struck in the town of Dunbar, Wis., this week. Eight-year-old Emilee Gill, a first grader at Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine Schools, perished when her family’s home on Collins Lane caught fire. more »»

 
 
 

 

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