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What is it that makes a fair trial a fair trial?

July 18, 2013 The acquittal of George Zimmerman Saturday by a Florida jury has erupted a national discussion with one huge multiple choice question looming. Did the justice system prevail ... more »»

We offer a tip of the hat ... to Pat

July 17, 2013 With very little fanfare, an important phase in the history of the BHK Child Development Board came to an end this week. more »»

It’s too early to fret over Portage Health

July 12, 2013 Last February, the board of directors of Portage Health announced they had signed a letter of intent to form a joint venture with LifePoint Hospitals. more »»

Public deserves to know where Governor stands

June 28, 2013 This week’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act and negate California’s voter-approved Proposition 8, is sure to have a ripple effect. more »»

Dare to go beyond sauna & sisu

June 10, 2013 It may be hard to believe but FinnFest 2013 is less than two weeks away. more »»

Remember why we celebrate

May 26, 2013 While everyone is thankful to have a day off from work (for the lucky ones at least) and time to spend with family and friends, it's important that the true reason behind Memorial Day not be... more »»

Making Thanksgiving count

November 20, 2012 If you are lucky, you are spending this week thinking of all the wonderful things Thanksgiving will bring. For most people, it’s a day of tradition, overeating and spending time with family. more »»

Romney a real alternative

October 30, 2012 Before casting your vote in the election for president, ask yourself two questions: First, is the United States better off today than four years ago? Even more important, will you be better off four... more »»

Bravery in face of darkness

July 26, 2012 As reported by many news outlets nationwide, Sunday in the early morning hours near Manistique, 27-year-old Jenn Gibbons was prepping for a rowing trip around Lake Michigan when she was sexually... more »»

What’s good for Gladstone...

May 15, 2012 The Daily Mining Gazette applauds the city of Gladstone and the Public Health Departments of Delta and Menominee Counties for launching the Yellow Bike program. more »»

Justice needed in Martin case

March 26, 2012 Three simple words have tragically altered the lives of Trayvon Martin’s family forever: Stand your groun. more »»

Tired of finger-pointing

January 7, 2012 It’s President Obama’s fault. It’s the House’s fault. It’s the Senate’s fault. It’s Wall Street’s fault. The lack of accountability from anyone currently involved in politics is sickening. more »»

A happy, responsible new year

December 31, 2011 Tonight is New Year’s Eve and it’s going to be a great time to enjoy ourselves, bidding the old year adieu while welcoming in the new one. more »»

School systems need to change

December 23, 2011 To the editor: Our school system has been under scrutiny for some time with regard to the failing result. more »»

Spread cheer this holiday

December 10, 2011 The Daily Mining Gazette’s annual Cheer Club campaign benefiting The Salvation Army is under way. This annual campaign helps the less fortunate in the Copper Countr. more »»

Pausing to be thankful

November 23, 2011 Thanksgiving is a great time to take a moment, stop, think about all that we have to be grateful for and give thanks. For me, the list is long and varied. I am grateful for relatively good health. more »»

Thank you, veterans

November 11, 2011 Today, some of the most important people in our nation’s history have a special day in their honor. It is Veteran’s Day. more »»

Time to be honest about lodge

July 25, 2011 Operation of the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge remains one of the most pertinent issues in Keweenaw County as the county commissioners attempt to address mounting financial woes occurring over the last fe... more »»

Parked cars no place for pets

July 21, 2011 The recent hot weather here in the Copper Country has been bad enough for human beings who can make their own decision. more »»

Keep eyes on SE Asia

June 13, 2011 While most eyes are currently on the Middle East, a troubling situation is brewing in Southeast Asia that the rest of the world should at least keep its peripheral vision on. more »»

 
 

 

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