By Kathy Fahlsing
Great Start Collaborative
As we come to the end of another May, it may have escaped our notice that May is the official Better Hearing and Speech month. What do... Read more »
By Barbara Kompik
I have lived with the terrible consequences of sexual abuse overshadowing me as I played as a child into my adult years as a wife and a mother. I did not know what I e... Read more »
When last I wrote, it was winter.
And it felt like winter really wasn’t going to cede to spring, either.
Thankfully, it seems spring has finally broken through.
And we’ve got a sp... Read more »
One week remains for people wishing to comment on the proposed consent decree between Lake Michigan Carferry and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The decree is a reasonable compromise ... Read more »
By Betsy Reed
Three days before his 15th birthday, Stuart Burns and his parents, Leslie and Dean Burns of Irons, meet with me to talk about what Stuart calls his gift: autism.
... Read more »
In regards United States v. Lake Michigan Trans-Lake Shortcut, Inc., D.J. Ref. No. 90-5-1-1-10771.
The Environmental Protection Agency and Lake Michigan Trans-Lake Shortcut, Inc., have... Read more »
The proposed consent decree agreement between Lake Michigan Carferry, the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice could accomplish a couple of positive things.
For on... Read more »
By Betsy Reed
February marked the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s address to congress calling for reform of America’s mental health care system. Last month’s column told a very ... Read more »
The boys basketball playoffs get underway tonight and there's action taking place in Scottville and Baldwin with local schools facing each other.
Check out today's print edition to see a bit of... Read more »
Tonight tips off the girls playoffs, and with them come two cliches that heard over and over and over again: Only four teams are happy when this is over (meaning there's just four state champions) and... Read more »