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E-cigs need their own regulations

May 26, 2014 In late April, the Food and Drug Administration proposed new regulations for electronic cigarettes. In Michigan, legislation has been introduced in the House to regulate them as tobacco products. Gov. more »»

No shortage of exceptional students

May 23, 2014 Every Friday, the Daily Press has the opportunity to showcase some of the best and brightest students in the area. It’s called the Student of the Week page. more »»

100 deadliest days for teen drivers

May 22, 2014 Teens across Michigan are celebrating the end of the school year, high school graduations and the carefree summer months. more »»

Flights to D.C. honor area’s unsung heroes

May 21, 2014 Another successful Upper Peninsula Honor Flight has been completed. The flight took 78 veterans of World War II and the Korean War to Washington, D.C. more »»

Does a ‘skills gap’ threaten the economy?

May 20, 2014 What’s the biggest threat to Michigan businesses today? Weak national demand? Excessive regulation? The Affordable Care Act? In his visit to Holland last week, Go. more »»

Veterans says thank you to honor flight

May 17, 2014 This week’s bouquets go to: From Dorothy Kollmann, Escanaba: “A bouquet of gratefulness and praise for the U.P. more »»

When protecting property goes too far in homes

May 16, 2014 Two high-profile cases are testing the lines when it comes to defending one’s home. more »»

Walleye season more than a good time

May 15, 2014 Today is a day many people wait all year for — the opening day of walleye season. more »»

Make your views known in Gladstone

May 14, 2014 Residents of Gladstone will have an opportunity on Monday, May 19, that they should take advantage of. At 7 p.m. more »»

Teacher pensions need a revamp in today’s world

May 13, 2014 It’s time to remove the teacher pension albatross from around the necks of Michigan school district. more »»

May is Older Americans Month

May 12, 2014 Older adults have made countless contributions and sacrifices to ensure a better life for future generations. more »»

School groups say thank you

May 10, 2014 This week’s bouquets go to: From the Gladstone High School Softball team, The Gladstone High School Softball Team, coaches, and parents would like to thank the people of Gladstone and local... more »»

Foster parents make a difference

May 8, 2014 We wish there was no need for foster parents in the world today. But this isn’t utopia, and the stark reality is children aren’t born into this world accompanied by training manuals. more »»

Voters can push lawmakers to address road crisis

May 7, 2014 Like a face full of sunshine, for most of us an income tax cut is something you just don’t turn your back on. more »»

E-cigarette rules long overdue

May 6, 2014 The growth of the electronic cigarettes industry is remarkable, but its appeal is no mystery. E-cigarettes are loopholes to America’s smoking regulations. more »»

School staff get pat on the back

May 5, 2014 This week’s bouquets go to: From Cameron Elementary PTO: “Cameron Elementary PTO in Gladstone would like to recognize all our staff during next week’s Teacher Appreciation Week (May 5-9, 2014). more »»

Community makes events a success

April 26, 2014 This week’s bouquets go to: From James R. more »»

Wildfire season is upon us

April 24, 2014 Most of Michigan’s wildfires occur in the spring — April, May and June. more »»

There’s still time to Adopt-A-Highway

April 23, 2014 Groups and individuals in Delta County have an opportunity to make the area a better and more beautiful place to live. more »»

 
 

 

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