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Hopefully, increase in education funding is just the beginning

February 7, 2014 Those concerned about education funding in Michigan got a bit of good news Wednesday when Governor Rick Snyder released his $52 billion budget. more »»

A time to celebrate all that is cold

February 5, 2014 According to the advice put forth on college dorm room posters, “When life gives you lemons ... make lemonade. more »»

Fight against cancer should be everyone’s fight

February 4, 2014 There was a time, and not that long ago, that a cancer diagnosis was viewed as a death sentence. But that’s certainly not the case anymore. more »»

Service points out depth of the human heart

January 30, 2014 An amazing example of humanity and the depth of the human spirit was on display Tuesday evening at Michigan Technological University. more »»

Congressman’s efforts in LP crisis supported

January 28, 2014 It’s the most basic of all economic principles ... supply and demand. Generally, when the supply of a consumer good declines, demand increases and the price goes up. more »»

MacInnes’ mark on Houghton will have lasting effect

January 24, 2014 With little fanfare, a torch was passed this week and an important period of history for the city of Houghton came to an end. more »»

MTEC SmartZone gets well-earned praise from Governor

January 21, 2014 Human beings have a tendency to take things in their own back yards for granted. Often it takes the attention of someone far away to realize just how good we have it here at home. more »»

King’s legacy much more than a dream

January 20, 2014 Today, of course, is a state and national holiday. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Unfortunately, to many, the day has become more about the lack of mail delivery and closed offices than civil righ. more »»

Cornerstone of justice system must be honored

January 14, 2014 Innocent until proven guilty. That simple sentence is essentially the cornerstone of the American jurisprudence system. In our country, by law, guilt is not assumed. Innocence is. more »»

Frigid weather calls for everyone to be on guard

January 8, 2014 The recent days of sub-zero temperatures, persistant snowfall and poor driving conditions have been challenging, at best, for all of us. more »»

Tonight’s event is more than just a hockey game

January 6, 2014 Tonight, the Calumet Wolverines senior hockey team will host their arch-rivals the Portage Lake Pioneers at the Calumet Colosseum. more »»

The year goes by ... one day at a time

December 31, 2013 Life can be funny sometimes ... or at least very interesting. But the truth is, things don’t change much from one day to the next. One day around here feels pretty much like the next. more »»

With Waara, Houghton made the right choice

December 30, 2013 Kudos to the City of Houghton for their choice of Eric Waara as the next city manager. more »»

The most wonderful time of the year

December 24, 2013 On this Christmas Eve, we’d like to take a brief moment to extend a wish of peace and goodwill to all readers of The Daily Mining Gazette and mininggazette.com. more »»

Avoid being a holiday traffic statistic

December 23, 2013 Statistics are incredible things, especially when they are used to predict future trends and activities. more »»

The simplest driving tip is also the best

December 17, 2013 Winter weather has certainly taken the Keweenaw by force over the past several week. more »»

Tis the season for taking care of each other

December 16, 2013 The Christmas Season is certainly upon us, with decorations evident, seasonal music on our radios and a general feeling of good will abounding here in the Keweenaw. more »»

‘Read or flunk’ law might be worth the cost

December 12, 2013 Call it the legislative equivalent to “tough love. more »»

Celebrating an impressive anniversary

December 5, 2013 There are few institutions as venerable and recognizable in the Keweenaw as the BHK Child Development Boar. more »»

Judge’s passing will leave a void in the Keweenaw

November 29, 2013 The Copper County lost a gifted lawyer, a fair and honest judge and a true gentlemen in every sense of the word last weekend. more »»

 
 
 

 

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