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Larry Cohen, the man behind cult horror film classics like "It's Alive," "It Lives Again," "Special Effects," "The Stuff" and "A Return to Salem's Lot,"... [Read More]
Being the daughter of a General Motors executive, Susan Dubs moved around a lot while growing up. Born in Pennsylvania to parents who... [Read More]
I'd encourage others to contact the governor's office, as I did. Seemingly everyone advocating for the hospital is citing it's current (and potential)... [Read More]
even my own. I definitely didn't want to be a nun. I flirted with the idea of being a teacher but realized that... [Read More]
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To the editor: With all of the problems that we have in this country, it's ridiculous that the first thing our newly-elected congress... [Read More]
The better your cardio endurance, the quicker your heart comes back to normal after exertion. With that basic tenet in mind, you can... [Read More]
When Jamie Wolschleger heard the Elkton Lions Club needed a hand, she sprang into action. The Huron Youth Center, which is now managed... [Read More]
Dr. Nicklaus Bradley must be doing something right at the Harbor Beach Medical Clinic. The popular family physician couldn't even finish a quick... [Read More]
Dr. Shirley Jakubec has studied, practiced and trained internal medicine all over the world. Recently though, she decided to bring her talents and... [Read More]
Editor's note: This is one of several features in Saturday's Tribune that highlight local educators and healers in the Upper Thumb. Our Teachers and Healers... [Read More]
County commissioners are scheduled to appoint three individuals to the Huron County Planning Commission next week. However, the Huron County Board of Commissioners... [Read More]
Science can be fascinating. It is the art of working with provable formulas. For some people, it comes easy. Carey Sleight is one... [Read More]
A primary care physician is the first line of defense in our healthcare system. When someone isn't feeling well, they make an appointment with their... [Read More]
For the last 15 years, Tammy Hruska's role in the education world has consisted of molding the hundreds of young minds that walk through her... [Read More]
As Ubly's Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) teacher, Briana Deacons lays the groundwork for a child's educational and social development. This is the... [Read More]
When you still see the devastation left from the earthquake and hurricanes that hit Haiti a few years ago, how can you not reach out... [Read More]
There isn't much difference between teaching and acting, so that may be why Jon Zdrojewski is successful at doing both. When teaching, he... [Read More]
For Kathleen Tighe, the route to becoming a teacher crisscrossed the world. She was raised in New Jersey and is now a teacher... [Read More]
Don Starks' passion for music has helped him build a career. "First of all, I love music. I wanted to teach others and... [Read More]
The Bad Axe Library will be offering a drawing class from 1 to 2:30 p.m. each Saturday in April. Joyce "Paco" Theisen, of... [Read More]
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