February 28, 2013 RSS feed / Community

HomeCare ranks high

MANISTIQUE – Schoolcraft Memorial HomeCare and Hospice’s latest Patient Satisfaction Survey results show scores higher than Michigan and national averages, as well as other hospitals. More...

News Briefs

Elks to host annual chili cook-off on March 9 MANISTIQUE – The Manistique Elks Lodge No. 632 will host the third annual chili cook-off on March 9. The money raised will benefit the Elks National Foundation. More...

Cancer study seeks subjects

LANSING – The American Cancer Society is conducting its Cancer Prevention Study-3. More...

District Court

Karyn Anne Cloudman, 25, Tahquamenon Boulevard, Newberry, charged with violation of the basic speed law, too fast for conditions (1/13). Assessed $115. More...

Sundling completes training

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Air Force Airman Andrew C. Sundling has completed an intense eight and a half week training program and graduated from Air Force Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas on Jan. 18. More...

Alliance gets new name

MANISTIQUE – Tri-County Safe Harbor, formerly Alliance Against Violence and Abuse, has re-opened its Schoolcraft County office. The office and staff is available to assist anyone who has suffered physical, emotional, verbal or sexual abuse. More...

Early education gets boost

New movement aims to give children ‘voice’

LANSING – The Michigan Sandbox Party is going local. More...

Bay offers dual enrollment

ESCANABA – Bay College is currently offering dual enrollment opportunities for area students. More...

News from MAS

Congratulations to MHS competitive cheer for advancing to the state finals. Eight squads will be in competition at the Delta Plex in Grand Rapids on Saturday, March 2. Good luck, Emeralds! More...