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Detroit is troubled but the Motor City is on the rise

July 5, 2014 Detroit's population continued to decline in 2013, despite revitalization efforts within and outside the city. But the rate of population decline has slowed significantly. more »»

Despite flaws, America is not far from its origins

July 4, 2014 We all know the story. A hot mid-summer in Philadelphia in late June and early July of 1776. more »»

Something for everyone this Fourth of July

July 3, 2014 The Fourth of July Weekend officially begins tonight with a variety of activities, and there’s going to be something for everyone all weekend long. more »»

There’s a serious side to the games firefighters play

July 1, 2014 There has been a lot of discussion recently about the role of play in the animal world, and the explanation, or lack thereof, for play. more »»

Michigan Merit Curriculm law a positive step

June 30, 2014 Legislation signed last week by Gov. Rick Snyder that helps ease restrictions put in place by the Michigan Merit Curriculum are a long-awaited change we’re excited to see made. more »»

How attending a movie can send a message

June 26, 2014 Local film maker, former radio personality Rick Allen, will debut his first feature film Friday and Saturday at the Calumet Theatre. more »»

Delayed care for veterans a national crisis

June 26, 2014 A recent report on the Department of Veterans Affairs' performance in Michigan showed the agency is doing better in our state than in other parts of the nation. more »»

A school means a lot to a small town

June 25, 2014 On Monday, the Baraga Area Schools Board of Education, adopted a budget for the 2014-15 school yea. more »»

Legislators leave town, leave voters in their dust

June 24, 2014 Just when it looked as though the Michigan Legislature had learned the wisdom of heeding clear-cut citizen majorities on critical issues, there they were, backsliding again. more »»

Some problems are more than ‘city problems’

June 23, 2014 Many choose the Keweenaw as their home because it seems far removed from many of the negative aspects of life in the “big city. more »»

Minimum wage hike may not be best for Michigan

June 21, 2014 Gov. Rick Snyder and Lansing's lawmakers recently made the decision to hike Michigan's minimum wage. more »»

A celebration with a very serious purpose

June 19, 2014 Celebration. It’s hardly a word you would associate with cancer. more »»

Aspirus dream of Houghton clinic now a reality

June 18, 2014 An exciting chapter in the history of health care in the Keweenaw begins today. Ribbon cutting was held today for the Aspirus health care clinic in Houghton. more »»

No excuse not to find something to do in area

June 16, 2014 With this past weekend’s Bridgefest and Bridgefest FEAST celebrations we open up the “fest” season in the Copper Country. more »»

Bridges and roads must be given appropriate funds

June 14, 2014 Once the pride of our country, our nation's highway system has seen better days. more »»

Motorized use an experiment for Heritage Trail

June 13, 2014 There will be some changes to the Iron Ore Heritage Trail this season, with westbound parts of the trail to differ from its traditional use. more »»

Dianda takes his experience to Lansing

June 12, 2014 On Tuesday, the State House of Representatives passed a measure we feel is sure to benefit small businesses here in the U.P. and statewide. The Bill, HB 4573, would change the way the Michigan Dep. more »»

An exciting chapter in DMG history starts now

June 11, 2014 Today we begin an exciting new chapter in the more than 150-year history of the Daily Mining Gazette. more »»

An exciting chapter in DMG history starts now

June 11, 2014 Today we begin an exciting new chapter in the more than 150-year history of the Daily Mining Gazette. more »»

It took many hands to make a new playground

June 10, 2014 British writer John Heywood is believed to have coined “Many hands make light work,” among his many epigrams back in 1546, but its worth was proved again this past Saturday in Hancock. more »»



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