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CIA actions are unacceptable

December 15, 2014 Much of the contents of a Senate report on use of torture by the CIA was known before the document was released last week. more »»

U.P. share of state road plan seems a little light

December 13, 2014 The Michigan Department of Transportation recently released its proposed five-year transportation program, and the Upper Peninsula is slated to have 22 projects included. more »»

Make sure toy guns are seen as toy guns

December 12, 2014 Twelve-year-old Tamir Rice of Cleveland probably would be alive today had he not brandished a realistic-looking gun when challenged by a police office. more »»

Time to help those who help our animals

December 11, 2014 Pets are an important part in most of our lives. more »»

Lack of balance compromises DMG’s integrity

December 10, 2014 We in the editorial department of the Daily Mining Gazette take great pains to present a well-rounded editorial look at the political issues of the day. more »»

HB 5560 would damage access to government

December 9, 2014 Amid little fanfare, the Michigan House of Representatives last week passed HB 5560. more »»

Recent events show discussion is far from over

December 8, 2014 If any good has come from recent protests, even those that became violent, surrounding grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers involved in the deaths of unarmed black men, it is tha... more »»

Deer harvest as bad as it has ever been

December 6, 2014 To just about nobody's surprise, the recently concluded firearm deer season produced one of the smallest harvests in the Upper Peninsula in many years. more »»

Lobby disclosure laws must be improved

December 5, 2014 Michigan has much room to improve transparency in how lobbyists interact with lawmakers. more »»

AIDS Day reminds us the fight is far from finished

December 4, 2014 December is World AIDS month and Monday was, as it has been on every December 1, since 1988, World AIDS Day. more »»

AIDS Day reminds us the fight is far from finished

December 4, 2014 December is World AIDS month and Monday was, as it has been on every December 1, since 1988, World AIDS Day. more »»

Inconsistency shows NFL’s lack of a backbone

December 3, 2014 Each day it seems we see evidence the National Football League is a multi-billion dollar enterprise lacking, credibility, backbone and character. more »»

Support the talent of the Copper Country

December 1, 2014 With the Thanksgiving Day holiday past, and the month of December here, the holiday season is upon us once again. more »»

Michiganians favor privatization

November 29, 2014 A University of Michigan survey confirms that more county and municipal governments are turning to privatization to help save money while maintaining services to their residents. more »»

Pay small businesses a visit during the shopping season

November 28, 2014 On Saturday, for the fifth year, American Express is sponsoring Small Business Saturday. more »»

Despite it all, we have reasons to give thanks

November 26, 2014 Tomorrow is a day we, as a nation, set aside to give thanks. A day we show our appreciation for all we have. While we do have plenty to be thankful for, gratitude doesn’t always come so easy. more »»

Progress on road funding is encouraging

November 25, 2014 Before getting angry about paying higher gas taxes, keep in mind the high cost of letting Michigan's roads deteriorate. more »»

Thieves don’t need a gun to rob you

November 24, 2014 Want to have an eye-opening experience? Gather 10 people you know together in a room. Ask the group how many of them have been the victims of credit card fraud or attempted credit card fraud. more »»

Much work is ahead for the VA

November 22, 2014 Department of Veterans Affairs officials have come up with a novel concept for better serving the heroes who depend on them make things simple. more »»

Ready to ride

November 22, 2014 By Garrett Neese gneese@mininggazette.com HOUGHTON — The early winter appears to be putting snowmobilers in the mood for the season. more »»

 
 
 

 

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