Escanaba Daily Press in Escanaba, Michigan 8 Nov 2008
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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Escanaba, MichiganIron chefs these cuisine experts reveal their ultimate secret ingredient. Daily press weekend edition sunday Snow 38/27 weather today rain 42/30 saturday sunday nov. 8-9, 2008 Escanaba Mich. $1 Usa weekend battling a blizzard storm eases but problems linger in the Dakotas. Page 12a stocks for the week nose 189.11 Nash a 73.55 ? ? see Page 8a vol. 100 no. 202 7 48445 77020 0 Good morning Patrick Caramella thank you for subscribing Joyce e. Bartlett Escanaba. Michael c. Kubont Escanaba. Norma Jeanne Thompson Escanaba. Edsel d. De Violette rapid River. Page 2a. D eath s business 8a classified 4-6b Church 2-3c comics 1d,4d Community 2a,9a fun 2d health 4c kid stuff 4d lifestyles 6-7a Lascar 8b opinion 4a second front 5a sports 1-3b,7b stocks 8a 3a weather 2a world National 10-13ain Side top of the morning Page 1c veterans share their stories. . Loses its identity students feeling slighted write letter to Book publisher this map in included in the textbook titled United states history modern America. The history Book is used by Escanaba area High school students. The . Is miss Abele As being part of Illinois. By Audrey Lafave Escanaba Escanaba area High school students have written to a National textbook publisher asking the company to fix a United states map that misidentified the . The first hour history class was studying suffrage and the history of voting rights said student Jack Klim when he noticed the . Was Misla bleed on a map in the Book and a snot the same color As the lower Peninsula. W e w e r e studying suf Frage during the depression and it had a map of All the states and the . Was not included said Klim of a map in the Brand new text Book. See map on Page 9a Jack Klim Audrey Lafave daily press Escanaba area High school social studies instructor Phil Lynch shows a map of the United states in a textbook that misidentified the . Students in his history class have written the publisher informing the bookmaker of the error and ask ing it be corrected. Students part of Bay College labyrinth ceremony Laura Mead daily press holy name sixth and seventh graders and eighth grader . Uhazie walk the labyrinth Maze Friday at Bay College. The students attended a presentation ceremony celebrating the opening of the labyrinth nature trails and two soccer Fields. By Laura Mead Escanaba the official ceremony Hon Oring the new Bay College labyrinth nature trails and soccer Fields Friday not Only featured a ribbon cutting ceremony it was a learning experience for holy name students who attended. Funding for construction of the labyrinth two mile nature Trail and two soccer Fields was a gift from an Anonymous donor. Bay College president or. Laura Coleman and Carolyn Bis sell of the College attended the presentation along with the sixth and seventh Grade classes from holy name. One holy name eighth grader who attended was . Uhazie who helped plan the students trip to Bay College. Uhazie said he heard about the labyrinth from Bissell who his is neighbor. When i found out it was going on i was ecstatic and it lived up to my expectations fully said Uhazie. My mom and i talked about How it would be a Good thing for to go because it would be a Good cultural experience. Uha Ziets eighth Grade class a snot Able to attend but he was Able to go along with the sixth and seventh Grade classes. I was excited about it because i thought it would be an awesome addition to our Community to have the option of going out there and walk ing around and playing soccer said Uhazie. Rev. Dean Peterson Bay area Community ministries also attended the event and talked to the students about the cultural and spiritual significance of labyrinths. The pastor talked about looking inside your self and around you and being Able to think said Uhazie. Its like meditation. Students Learned the circular patterns on the labyrinth can stand for the journey of life and walking the labyrinth can encourage inner peace. They were encouraged to walk the labyrinth Maze Many doing so by following the patterns. Another recall petition oked by Dionna Harris Escanaba wording on a petition seeking the recall of Gladstone school Board member Linda Howlett was approved Friday by the three member Delta county elections Board. Delta county clerk Nancy Kolich county trea surer Sandra Buckland and probate court judge Robert Goebel approved language submitted by the committee to improve Gladstone schools. The wording submitted by the members of the committee read we the undersigned registered and qualified voters of the Gladstone area school District in the county of Delta and state of Michigan petition for the calling of an election to recall Linda Howlett from the office of school Board member of see petition on Page 9a local areas to be part of Ash Borer quarantine by John Pepin Marquette mining journal Manistique approval is being sought for new Emerald Ash Borer quarantine measures in parts of Delta and Schoolcraft counties where the insect pest was discovered in recent weeks. Last week Michigan department of agriculture officials announced the exotic Beetle was found in Schoolcraft county near Cooks. The infestation was discovered near another area where the Ash Borer was found in neighbouring Delta county. Officials theorize the two discoveries Are related. Officials did not know How the insects got there or How Long they have been there. In response officials with the a Days pesticide and Plant management division Are proposing new quarantine designations for three townships in Delta county and two in Schoolcraft county. The recommendations will Likely be presented to mad director Don Koivisto. If approved the designations see quarantine on Page 9a scan Abas Christmas tree lighting ceremony took place Friday evening downtown. Santa and mrs. Claus upper photo Greet Mckenna 5, Paxton 3, and their Mother Heidi. Residents left photo enjoy this years tree. Emer son 2, and her Mother Caron Salo right photo get a closer look at the decorations on the Christmas tree. Season off to an Early Start Holly Richer daily press
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