Recent Updates

Wolf Hunt Debate Continues

The right to hunt wolves is still a topic of discussion here in the Upper Peninsula and those for or against will have their say in the upcoming election on November 4th. Until then, the group “Keep Michigan Wolves Protected” is hosting 11 statewide town hall meetings prior to the …

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Take Precautions with Enterovirus

State health officials are urging people to take precautions after the first reported death in Michigan from the enterovirus. Twenty-one-month-old Madeline Reid from Clinton Township died Friday after complications with the seasonal respiratory and stomach virus. Enterovirus D68 has made thousands ill in 21 other states and has contributed to …

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Bill Helps Overdose Victims

Governor Rick Snyder has signed into law a package of bills that, among other things, is designed to help save people who overdose on drugs. The law requires EMS responders be trained to administer opioid medications aboard life support vehicles. Those medications can reverse the effects of a narcotic overdose. …

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