Freezing temperatures can prove deadly for our four-legged friends, and Animal Humane Society urges pet owners to think twice when letting pets outside during the winter. Temperatures below freezing along with wind chill can prove deadly for our domesticated pets.
In the far background, the Eagle River Light Station sits on a bluff overlooking the river and offers stunning river view. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
It's beautiful country, steeped in history and a half-day drive away
While the winters may be extreme, Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is beautiful year-round. Its hilly terrain is covered by hardwood and conifer trees; scenic waterfalls mark its rivers, and it boasts of miles of shoreline and many inland lakes. Wherever you are on the peninsula, you’re never more than 10 miles from Lake Superior. It’s a haven for people who enjoy nature and outdoor activities – no matter what the season.
Struggling with student loans? You're not alone.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reports that U.S. student loan debt exceeds $1 trillion, and student loan debt among seniors 65 years and older has climbed a whopping 600 percent in the last decade.
A few weeks ago, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it was gathering information about student loan servicers -- the companies responsible for collecting and processing student loan payments.
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A retirement plan with a solid, well-thought-out income strategy serves as vital protection against the many risks that threaten a person’s income during retirement, risks such as outliving one’s assets, losing a sizable portion of a retirement nest egg in a financial or real estate market downturn, getting ambushed by a health crisis or long-term care need, and seeing assets erode faster than anticipated due to rising inflation.
A place for everything -- and the summer breeze too. But it can be adapted to budget taste. Start by asking yourself a few questions to find out how to expand your entertaining outside.(submitted photo)
It often starts as a blank spot on the patio, usually somewhere just outside the back door. Then come the “things” to fill the spot. There’s so much to consider that it gets difficult to make a decision.