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Painting the town

Habitat for Humanity HiawathaLand participated in the 10th annual National Women Build Event Friday. More...

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Volunteers, vets plan to place memorial flags   MANISTIQUE – Community volunteers, along with members of The American Legion Post 83, VFW Post 4420, and Disabled American Veterans Chapter 26 will place American Flags on the Schoolcraft Cou More...

Food truck to return next week, mBank funds June, July visit

MANISTIQUE – The Manistique Feeding America mobile food truck will visit Manistique May 24, from 10 a.m. to noon. The location for pick up is Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital, 7870W U.S. Highway 2, Manistique.  More...

ACS offers tips during Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

LANSING – Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. More...

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Foundation awards $4K in grant awards

MANISTIQUE – The Schoolcraft County Community Foundation Board of Directors approved five grant awards totaling $4,091 in its spring grant round May 1.  More...

MLPP: Health bill would hit rural areas hard

LANSING – The U.S. House Republican health bill would be particularly harmful to Michigan’s rural communities, according to a new report released by the Washington, DC-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. More...

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Students in Ashley Tuttle and Auna Oman’s classes at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School were able to recently tour Pictured Rocks through the “Kid in the Park” grant. The grant was awarded to St. More...

SMH asks public to learn signs of stroke

MANISTIQUE – With more than 795,000 strokes occurring across the age spectrum every year in the United States, it is critical that all Americans adopt preventive lifestyle habits, know the warning signs, and understand the treatment options ava More...

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