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Pakistan proven itself more of an enemy than ally

October 19, 2015 A Pakistani official’s admission a few days ago does not exactly fall into the category of surprise of the century: Leaders in his country’s spy and espionage service knew al-Qaida leader Osama bin... more »»

Protect your identity with cyber hygiene

October 17, 2015 Already this year, Michigan residents and businesses have lost more than $20 million to cybercriminals, according to data from the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center. more »»

New guidelines for diabetes management

October 15, 2015 In Michigan, an estimated one in ten residents is diagnosed with diabetes. New recommendations are now in place for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES). more »»

Flint water crisis: Obscene failure of government

October 14, 2015 There’s good news: The City of Flint could soon reconnect to the Detroit Water and Sewer Department, a water source that doesn’t leach lead from aging pipes into the municipal water supply. more »»

Best fire-safety measure is smoke alarm(s)

October 13, 2015 Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire, the tragic 1871 conflagration that killed more than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400... more »»

Before whiteout, enjoy the UP’s fall color palette

October 12, 2015 It’s that time of year again. more »»

UP labor hall inductees are great choices

October 10, 2015 Congratulations to Suzanne Bowers and Maria Maniaci, the two Upper Peninsula women who will be inducted into the Upper Peninsula Labor Hall of Fame Saturday. more »»

Vindication for Flint, questions for Snyder

October 9, 2015 Lead flows through Flint’s water system and out of taps in people’s homes. Children have been drinking that water, and suffering the consequences. more »»

Parole reforms promise prison cost savings

October 8, 2015 “He who opens a school door, closes a prison,” said French author Victor Hugo. Perhaps it’s not an apples-and-oranges comparison. more »»

We still need to be vigilant about domestic violence

October 7, 2015 The statistics show that, unfortunately, there is still a need for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. more »»

Science denial doesn’t stop ice from melting

October 6, 2015 It matters not one whit how many people deny the unequivocal scientific consensus that human-generated emissions are causing global climate change, because the Earth’s ice still keeps melting, right... more »»

Planning needed to ensure region’s energy future

October 5, 2015 Electrical generation and grid reliability aren’t usually front-burner issues for most people. more »»

Summary jury trials for small civil-court cases

October 3, 2015 Local courts in Michigan now have an option for resolving civil disputes more quickly, and with less inconvenience and uncertainty for all partie. more »»

KBIC trail should spark economic development

October 2, 2015 A trail that’s being planned by the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community would run along the southern rim of Keweenaw Bay from Zeba to Sand Point. more »»

EPA isn’t out to extinguish your grill

October 2, 2015 It seemed to take Michigan politicians a really long time to recognize the hazards posed by the proposed low-level nuclear waste dump near the shores of Lake Huron at Kincardine, Ontario. more »»

Here’s how high schools can fuel local economy

October 1, 2015 A skilled labor market is the backbone of a vibrant economy. Businesses cannot thrive and survive without skilled labor producing quality goods or providing vital services. more »»

Field is open, race is on for Benishek’s seat

September 30, 2015 Enough is enough. Dr. Dan won’t be making any more house calls in Michigan’s 1st Congressional District. U.S. Rep. more »»

Interest in new mineral leases is intriguing

September 29, 2015 The simple fact that a Vancouver, British Columbia, firm has requested a direct mineral lease on property in northern Marquette County had plenty of people in Superiorland buzzing last week with no... more »»

Guns, careless owners need to be locked up

September 28, 2015 Jonathan Kaufman, 3, found a loaded pistol in his dad’s closet. He died. A 12-year-old mentally impaired boy near Kalamazoo took a shotgun from an unlocked gun cabinet. more »»

Vaccinations protect yourself, family from flu

September 26, 2015 The flu season has yet to arrive, but the time for immunizations is here. Health officials emphasize that it’s important to receive the seasonal flu vaccine. Flu is a contagious diseas. more »»



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