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April 10, 2019 RSS feed / News

Strategize to Make Contact After Emergencies

Receiving news that a loved one is about to experience a traumatic weather event or another type of emergency situation can increase anxiety levels for all involved.  That distress is only magnified with each minute that goes by that a parent, s More...

Tap Maple Trees for Liquid Gold

It’s been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but sometimes we get busy as we rush through the morning hours. However, no one can say no to a breakfast of fluffy pancakes or French toast with real maple syrup.  More...

Michigan Measles Cases Exceed 40

As of Monday, April 8, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has confirmed two additional measles cases, bringing the state total to 41 for this year. More...

Simple Strategies Can Yield Larger Tomato Harvest

Nothing is more frustrating than investing time, money and energy in planting and growing tomatoes, only to watch them succumb to disease. More...

Three Lakes Academy

—I can’t believe we’re in the final quarter of the school year! Where does the time go? If you were unable to come in to meet with your child’s teacher for conferences, please call to reschedule. More...

All Springtime Burning Requires Caution, Planning

With warmer weather in the forecast as spring approaches, many people likely will be outside cleaning up their yards or maybe enjoying the first bonfire of the season. More...

Reel Fishing Tips

Let’s Catch Some Crappie!   More...

Keep Closets Organized with Simple Tricks

If the only thing you want to do after opening your closet is to shut the door again, it’s time for an overhaul. More...

Bring More Birds to Your Own Backyard

Spring migration is a special time, particularly in the Great Lakes State. Michigan lies at the intersection of the Atlantic and Mississippi migratory flyways— avian super-highways that bring more than 340 bird species to the state every year. More...

LMAS Urges Vaccination against Measles

Public health officials across Michigan continue to monitor an increasing number of measles cases in the Southeast part of the state. More...

April Marks Donate Life Month

Since 2003 April has been regarded as National Donate Life Month, which brings awareness to the importance of organ, eye and tissue donations. More...

CURTIS WEEK AT A GLANCE

Wednesday, April 10   —The Curtis Quilt Club meets at Curtis Library from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. More...

Michigan’s Early State Parks Boast Colorful History

Michigan is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Department of Natural Resources managed state parks system this year. More...

April Designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Raising public awareness about sexual assault and educating communities about how to prevent it are the center of the national campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Gov. More...

MIOSHA Launches Campaign to Prevent Roadway Accidents

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) is enhancing its educational, outreach and inspection efforts to curb roadway worker accidents in Michigan.  More...

Seven Ways Newspapers Benefit Students

Classrooms have come a long way since the days when pioneering settlers would send their children to singleroom schoolhouses. Modern classrooms might be technical marvels, but one less flashy learning tool remains as valuable as ever.  More...

DNR: The Power of Silence

“But my words like silent raindrops fell, within the wells of silence.” – Paul Simon  As the shadows fell and the world turned I watched the stars, in their intriguing constellations, move across the cold skies of a late winter More...