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Leave it to Stephen/Stephen Anderson

February 4, 2013 Nobody is more relieved to see February than me. January was just one of those “perfect storm” kind of months. more »»

Health Watch/Portage Health

January 31, 2013 An average person sleeps about a third of the day, roughly six to 10 hours. more »»

In the Catbird Seat/Joe Kirkish

January 31, 2013 On Friday the 8th, Club Indigo will celebrate its 19th birthday — can you believe it? That scrawny little event that quietly sneaked into the Calumet Theatre to offer the allure of a monthly... more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

January 31, 2013 Romantic comedies. Just saying those two words can make people squinch their face in disgust. They’re formulaic, sophomoric and predictable. But every once in a while, a great one comes around. more »»

Sierra Parker/Pardon My French:?My Year in Belle France

January 29, 2013 For the last week of winter break and the first days of 2013, my host family took me on their annual journey to my host dad’s childhood home: Sarrebruck, Germany, located just north of the... more »»

Family matters: Baby it's cold outside

January 26, 2013 Only in the Copper Country can we go from one day of school being closed due to rainy conditions that made the side roads slushy, to three to four days of below zero weathe. more »»

Health Watch/Brian Rendel, MA, LLP, LPC, NCC

January 24, 2013 The obesity epidemic in America continues to grow. Michigan is one of the states with the biggest problem. Medical conditions linked to obesity cost Michigan $3 billion dollars a year to treat. more »»

In the Catbird Seat/Joe Kirkish

January 24, 2013 What would you do if you received a belated holiday greeting using the Shakespearean sonnet, in part, to say, “How like a winter hath my absence been from thee, the pleasure of the fleeting years!... more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

January 24, 2013 It’s rare talent when a filmmaker can be both an auteur as well as commercially successful. more »»

Education today/Steve Patchin

January 22, 2013 Research shows students and players retain information based on the following methods: 5 percent of what they hear, 25 percent of what they see, 75 percent of what they do and 90 of what they tea. more »»

Just Sayin’/Jane Nordberg

January 19, 2013 Before a year ago, I would have said the chances of seeing me dance in public were as likely as me ordering a salad at Culver’s. more »»

Health Watch/Superior Family Chiropractic

January 17, 2013 A small study group of children suffering from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, underwent chiropractic care for up to five months in a controlled research project, as reported in a recent... more »»

In the Catbird Seat/Joe Kirkish

January 17, 2013 Instead of looking back over the events of the past year (everyone does that), let’s take a positive look to the future and concentrate on how we can become healthier, wealthier and wise. more »»

Zach of All Trades/Zach Kukkonen

January 17, 2013 I’ve never been good at goodbyes. Nobody truly is, but bidding farewell to people has always hit me particularly hard. more »»

Sierra Parker/Pardon My French:?My Year in Belle France

January 15, 2013 Even those of us living without a snowflake in sight are kept busy during the holiday season. more »»

Lessons from a Farm Girl/Ashley Curtis

January 12, 2013 I’ve often said that many of my most valuable and memorable lessons were learned on the farm, but it is not something I often sit and reflect upon. more »»

Health Watch/Pam Dove, MS, RD

January 10, 2013 According to the American Hospital Association, rural hospitals provide essential health care services to nearly 54 million people throughout the United States. more »»

In the Catbird Seat/Joe Kirkish

January 10, 2013 ‘Tis the month to celebrate the winter solstice: HEIKINPAIVA, and the Calumet Theatre joins in the celebration for its once-a-year CLUB FINNDIGO, featuring a new Finnish movie on Friday the 18th. more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

January 10, 2013 When a new Spielberg film hits, the level of anticipation is usually sky high. The man can craft a story and knows how to manipulate, in the best sense, the emotions of the viewer. more »»

Education today/Steve Patchin

January 8, 2013 In 2007, the ACT launched a National Curriculum Survey of college professors inquiring if students entering college were academically prepared to successfully engage in their coursework. more »»



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