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Crime doesn’t take a holiday

December 18, 2013 The Michigan State Police Gladstone Post reminds holiday shoppers that following a few safety precautions can help this season remain fun for al. more »»

Mocktails offer alternative to alcohol

December 16, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties: “Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties would like to send a thank you bouquet to Gladstone Super Valu, Elmer’s County... more »»

Eat healthy during the holidays

December 13, 2013 While fun, the holidays can also send healthy eating habits right out the window. more »»

People made Bay’s Golden Gala possible

December 7, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From the Bay College Foundation & Alumni Association: “The Golden Gala held in the Besse Center, in celebration of Bay College’s 50th anniversary, was a sparkling night... more »»

Head Start makes a difference

November 30, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From The Altrusa Club: “The Altrusa Club of Escanaba would like to thank the teachers and staff of the area Head Start classrooms for the wonderful work they are doing... more »»

Don’t be a turkey: Buckle up and drive sober

November 27, 2013 Michigan motorists will soon be flocking to the roadways to visit with family and friends for Thanksgiving celebrations. more »»

Program sends an important message

November 25, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Public Health, Delta and Menominee Counties: “Public Health, Delta and Menominee Counties would like to send a bouquet to everyone who participated for partnering i... more »»

Need for blood donors doesn’t stop for holidays

November 21, 2013 Every day, patients throughout the U.P. rely on blood that’s donated through the American Red Cross. more »»

Support of wine tasting event helps community

November 16, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Roger Charbonneau and Cheryl Ohman, co-chairs of the 11th annual Escanaba Rotary Wine Tasting at the Island Resort and Convention Center: “By all accounts our wine... more »»

Don’t mess with Escanaba’s smoking ban

November 15, 2013 We are a bit confused by the action of the Escanaba City Council at its regular meeting on Nov. 7. more »»

Prison inmates help Honor Flight

November 9, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: In September, prisoners at the Alger Correctional Facility, located in Munising, conducted a fundraiser which raised $645.31 from purchasing various food items. more »»

Make hunting safety a tradition

November 8, 2013 A week from today firearm deer season begins in Michigan. For most Delta County hunters, the preparations for deer season are already well underway. Hunting is a tradition in the U.P. more »»

Winter hazards just around the corner

November 4, 2013 It doesn’t take record-breaking low temperatures or mountains of snowfall to make winter in Michigan dangerous. more »»

PTO’s efforts shine at carnival

November 2, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From Dana Williams, Escanaba: “I would like to send a bouquet to the Webster PTO for the wonderful Halloween carnival on Saturday, Oct. 2. more »»

Winter isn’t time for life in the fast lane

October 31, 2013 Many people say the pace of life in the U.P. is slower. That may not be the case for U.P. motorists traveling on winter roads. more »»

Bill would help fight U.P. meth problem

October 30, 2013 Legislation introduced in the state House last week would give authorities another weapon in the fight against a growing problem in the U.P. — the manufacture of methamphetamine. more »»

Keep Halloween a fun holiday in Delta County

October 28, 2013 Delta County has been fortunate. In recent memory, residents have enjoyed a safe Halloween each year. more »»

Blood donors give gift of life

October 26, 2013 This week’s bouquets go to: From the Delta County Credit Union: “Delta County Credit Union members and employees saved 78 Yooper lives with their 2nd Annual Upper Peninsula Regional Blood Center... more »»

Local efforts help walleye, economy

October 24, 2013 Not too long ago, the walleye population in the Bays de Noc was in trouble. Due to illegal poaching and other factors, the number of walleyes inhabiting the bays was declining. That was bad news. more »»

Illegal drug users shouldn’t get jobless benefits

October 23, 2013 Legislation concerning jobless benefits and the use of illegal drugs may soon be awaiting Gov. Rick Snyder’s signature. more »»

 
 
 

 

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