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Not vaccinating presents public health risk

August 1, 2015 While the debate continues over childhood immunizations, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging parents to make back-to-school appointments, and keep children's vaccines... more »»

Lansing fiddles while people’s issues burn

July 31, 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 »»

MTU program helps seniors use web

July 29, 2015 A program that’s being run out of Michigan Tech University, in conjunction with the Portage Lake District Library, offers promise to seniors searching for ways to best use the worldwide web while... more »»

Business incubator is a government job creator

July 28, 2015 In the wide, wide world of free-market economics, there are numerous instances where government through public spending can provide more economic benefit than private enterprise. more »»

Community was well served by Judge Girard

July 27, 2015 The community owes a debt of gratitude to Dennis Girard, as he steps away from the Marquette County District Court bench and into retirement. more »»

Community was well served by Judge Girard

July 27, 2015 The community owes a debt of gratitude to Dennis Girard, as he steps away from the Marquette County District Court bench and into retirement. more »»

Pipeline plan should keep Great Lakes safer

July 25, 2015 Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette took a prudent step to protect the Great Lakes from an environmental disaster stemming from a break in the underwater pipelines carrying petroleum across the... more »»

Resources to help manage arthritis effects

July 24, 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 »»

To cut prison costs, sentencing needs reform

July 23, 2015 It’s welcome news that the state is ending the three-year, $145-million contract early. But here’s the kicker. more »»

Michigan average when it comes to ease of voting

July 22, 2015 Consider Michigan’s Legislature. In fact, consider Michigan. When it comes to the makeup of our Legislature — and the ease with which citizens can vote to send folks there — we’re not doing so hot. more »»

Keep kids safe in hot weather — they heat up faster

July 21, 2015 In 2013, nationwide, 44 children died from heatstroke after being accidently left in a parked vehicle, including three deaths in Michigan. more »»

Worthy public spending for vets, families

July 20, 2015 We’ve voiced our concerns on many occasions in this space over the years relative to how government at any level spends the money it collects from the people it represents. more »»

New rules for oil, gas pipelines

July 17, 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 16, 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 »»

Invest in your community by shopping local

July 15, 2015 We have all heard about Christmas in July special promotions, which are intended to boost retail sales during a slow time of the yea. more »»

Removing symbol of hate first step in healing process

July 14, 2015 At 10 a.m. last Friday, after having flown for more than 50 years, the Confederate battle flag was removed from South Carolina’s state Capitol. It’s about time. more »»

Veterans ID card documents proof of service

July 13, 2015 After the Veterans ID Card Act — which creates an official identification card for U.. more »»

Celebrate bounty of strawberry fields forever

July 11, 2015 Chassell is the place where the Copper Country celebrates the sweetest time of the year, a time when the taste of homegrown strawberries is on everybody’s mind and tongue, inspiring a poem written i... more »»

Colorblindness comes by talking about diversity

July 10, 2015 Americans aren’t colorblind. We want to be. We want to live in a society in which all men and women are treated equally. more »»

Find evaluation standard for state teachers

July 9, 2015 When Michigan passed major changes to its teacher tenure law four years ago, that was an integral step to ensure only the best teachers are in the state’s classrooms. more »»



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