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Meagan's Musings

March 22, 2014 Just two short years ago, I wrote a sassy column for a friend’s blog about March Madness — namely how I just didn’t get the obsessio. more »»

Health Watch/Copper Country Mental Health/Taryn Mack, Institute Director

March 20, 2014 Parenting Awareness Michigan (PAM) celebrates people raising children and promotes year round education and resources for parents and caregivers. more »»

Family Matters/Brian Foreman

March 14, 2014 My brother lost his battle with cancer on February 21st. The duel title of this column is to recognize that there were two tragedies that night both of which will be with me forever. more »»

Health Watch/Superior Chiropractic

March 13, 2014 A recent article in the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research reported on a study put in place to record changes in health-related quality of life of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)... more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

March 13, 2014 Just this past Sunday, HBO aired its final episode of the season of “True Detective.” It was an enthralling look at the solving of a murder case over a span of 17 years. more »»

Health Watch/Baraga County Memorial Hospital/Sharon Gilliland, M.D.

March 6, 2014 This is a tough topic for me because I raised two sons who have made computer science their career choic. more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

March 6, 2014 I’ve always been a fan of true crime stories. I’ve got a stack of books waiting for me to dig into at my apartment. more »»

Steve Patchin/Is America an over-educated society?

March 1, 2014 Have you heard about the student that has just finished their bachelor’s degree that is now waiting tables at your local restaurant because she can’t find a job in her field of study? How about the... more »»

Half Full/Mark Wilcox

February 28, 2014 The other day I was reading an article in National Geographic, (I guess that means I’m all grown up. more »»

Health Watch/Aspirus Keweenaw/Cindy Mytty, RN, BSN, Oasis Coordinator at Aspirus Keweenaw

February 27, 2014 Now that we are well on our way into 2014, how have you been doing with achieving the goals you made for the New Year? If you are like most people, those good intentions have long been forgotten. more »»

Meagan’s Musings/Meagan Stilp

February 27, 2014 I heard once that Jessica Simpson, in the heyday of her career, was asked by her record label to rerecord a song because she sang it too well, making it hard for us regular folks to sing along. more »»

Sochi conditions not so extreme

February 21, 2014 I love the Olympic. more »»

Health Watch/Western U.P. Health Department/Ray Sharp, Community Planning and Preparedness Manager

February 20, 2014 When talking about the nation’s new health care law, the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. more »»

Accent Modification can improve confidence

February 13, 2014 Do you often find the need to repeat yourself to be understood? Do people focus on your accent more than on what you are trying to say? Do you have, or are you pursuing a career where you speak... more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

February 13, 2014 It’s no surprise to anyone that knows me that I love the Oscars and eagerly anticipate them each year. And like each year, I try to watch most of the nominee. more »»

From Pasties to Pierogi/Maria Sliva

February 7, 2014 Four weeks ago, I moved in with my second and final host family. Since then, life has been nothing short of an adventur. more »»

Health Watch/Copper Country Mental Health/Brian Rendel — Counselor, Training and Prevention Specialist

February 6, 2014 Writer Jodi Picoult describes anxiety “like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but doesn’t get you very fa. more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

February 6, 2014 This past week we lost a great actor. Philip Seymour Hoffman was one of the best actors of his or any generation and I was deeply saddened by his unexpected (but all too common) deat. more »»

What is creativity and how do you teach it?

January 31, 2014 “Creativity is intelligence having fun” - Albert Einstein In recent years, the U.S. education system has focused largely on increasing standardized test score. more »»

Half Full/Mark Wilcox

January 31, 2014 A couple of weeks ago I took our middle grandchild, 3-year-old Mia, sledding at Nara Park. It was a pretty simple process. more »»



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