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Free birth control becoming the norm for women?

July 5, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — More than half of privately insured women are getting free birth control under President Barack Obama's health law, a major coverage shift that's likely to advance. more »»

4th of July Favorite

July 4, 2014 ESCANABA — The red suspenders, red plaid shirt, and thick red socks were his signature garb and readily identifiable when champion logroller, Don Jacobs, was wowing audiences on his way to securing... more »»

Two charged in Manistique arson

July 4, 2014 MANISTIQUE — Two Manistique area residents have been charged with arson in connection with a house fire in June. more »»

Police targeting drunk drivers

July 4, 2014 ESCANABA — Drivers traveling throughout Michigan for the Fourth of July holiday will find extra drunk driving enforcement teams along the roadways. more »»

Alger-Delta responds

July 4, 2014 GLADSTONE — Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association employees, who are represented by the International Brotherhood of Electric Workers (IBEW) Local 876, began picketing outside the... more »»

Jobless rate dips

July 4, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers accelerated their hiring last month, adding a robust 288,000 jobs and helping drive the unemployment rate to 6.1 percent, the lowest since September 2008. more »»

Council supports Basic Marine

July 4, 2014 ESCANABA — Dock and pier expansions continue to progress at an Escanaba shipyard which received support from city council Thursday to use adjacent bottomland for boats to moor in Little Bay de Noc. more »»

Bishop Noa Home breaks ground

July 3, 2014 ESCANABA — You don’t often see nuns in hard hats but they were a welcome sight at the groundbreaking of a new wing on the Bishop Noa Home for Senior Living in Escanaba on Wednesday. Sisters of St. more »»

Man charged with felonious assault set for fall trial

July 3, 2014 ESCANABA — An Escanaba man, whose knife fight was thwarted by the victim punching him in the face, will go to trial this fall on one count of felonious assaul. more »»

Employers add 288K jobs last month

July 3, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers accelerated their hiring last month, adding a robust 288,000 jobs and helping drive the unemployment rate to 6.1 percent, the lowest since September 2008. more »»

Alger Delta Cooperative employees on strike

July 3, 2014 ESCANABA — Employees of the Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association are on a labor strike that began this morning, according to officials. more »»

Morning paper for Fourth of July holiday

July 3, 2014 ESCANABA — The Daily Press will publish a morning paper on Friday, July 4, to allow employees to enjoy the Fourth of July with family and friends. more »»

For the record

July 3, 2014 On page 3A of the July 2 edition of the Daily Press it stated that street fair activities in Trenary would be taking place on July 4. more »»

US seeks more security at some overseas airports

July 3, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. intelligence officials are concerned that al-Qaida is trying to develop a new and improved bomb that could go undetected through airport security. more »»

Cool in the pool

July 2, 2014 ... more »»

Subway burglar gets prison term

July 2, 2014 ESCANABA — A Green Bay man found guilty of robbing two Subway restaurants in Escanaba was ordered Tuesday to spend up to 30 years in prison for the 2012 break-ins. more »»

Holiday weekend packed with local events

July 2, 2014 ESCANABA — Local communities are preparing to celebrate America’s Independence this weekend with a bang. more »»

Rock the Dock set for Saturday

July 2, 2014 ESCANABA — Family and friends are invited to attend Escanaba’s second “Rock the Dock” event at the municipal dock this Saturday when a variety of fun-filled activities are scheduled for all age. more »»

State trying to block tree-killing insect wave

July 2, 2014 LANSING (AP) — Michigan imposed a quarantine on shipments of fir trees and some timber products from outside the state to protect the state’s nearly 14 million fir trees from an invasive insect that... more »»

Groups want tougher action on pipeline

July 2, 2014 TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — Some environmental groups are asking Michigan Go. more »»

 
 

 

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