July 30, 2015 RSS feed / News

Report: More kids in poverty now than during recession

LANSING – It’s been six years since the official end of the Great Recession, but many Michigan families are still stranded in poverty, according to the latest data from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. More...

New Schoolcraft royals crowned

MANISTIQUE – Schoolcraft County has a new group of royal leaders. Titles for Miss and Junior Miss Schoolcraft County, as well as Little Miss and Prince, were awarded during the Schoolcraft County fair Saturday. More...

State organ registry tops 4 million

DETROIT . The Michigan Organ Donor Registry now stands at more than 4 million people willing to be organ, tissue and eye donors, bringing the statewide total of donor registrants to 52 percent of adults. More...

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Community concert series set to wrap up More...

Daisies & Digs

The Blanchard Center has donated their Havitz Room for the U.P. Regional Blood Drives, six times a year. They are now scheduled at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital. The Amity Group would like to thank them for their service to the community. More...

Snyder: Moody’s credit upgrade reaffirms state’s financial success

LANSING – Michigan’s improving economy and the state’s solid fiscal planning have prompted Moody’s Investors Service to upgrade the state’s credit rating for all general obligation bonds to Aa1 from Aa2. More...