May 31, 2012 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Bell leaves SMH, surgery coverage coming Monday

MANISTIQUE – Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is no longer offering general surgery services from William Bell III, D.O. The hospital confirmed Tuesday Dr. Bell had left the facility on May 25. More...

In pursuit of senior discounts

You know you’re getting old when you qualify for a senior discount. Never one to look a cut rate in the mouth, I’m only too happy to indulge. Trouble is, it’s embarrassing to bring up the matter. More...

Tribe adopts smoke-free policy for restaurants

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – The Mariner’s Cove Restaurant will be going smoke-free starting June 15. The restaurant located inside the Kewadin Casino in Manistique is among two others also adopting the policy. More...

American Legion plans convention for June 8-9

WHITE PINE – Members of the NONESUCH American Legion Post 462 are making plans for the summer convention of the Upper Peninsula Association of American Legion Posts. The convention will be held in White Pine, on June 8 and 9. More...

Bedard, Olsen, and Rubick families hit generation milestone

MANISTIQUE - On Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011, Everett and Melissa Wood of Manistique, announced the birth of their first child, Everett Matthew Wood IV. Everett arrived weighing 7 pounds, 4 ounces. He was 19 inches in length. More...

Bay College plans ‘boot camp’

ESCANABA – Bay College Boot Camp is offering students a chance to brush up on their skills and prepare for college in just eight days. More...

2012 MHS graduate

Following graduation, Samantha plans to attend Bay de Noc Community College and then transfer to Lake Superior State University to earn a degree in fisheries and wildlife management. During high school she participated in volleyball. More...