Sunday: Our Youth

How to make a Cobb salad without bacon and cheese

By AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN Stunning presentation aside, Cobb salad has all the markers of a powerhouse meal, including eggs, avocados, tomato, and lean chicken_we just had to do something about all that bacon and cheese. We were sad to sacrifice bacon's smoky flavor until we tried sauteing ...

Local U.P. food guide released

MARQUETTE — The 2018 Guide to Local Food is making its way to the Upper Peninsula, and several events celebrating the release of the magazine are scheduled throughout the U.P. The events are being held to help get the guides into the hands of local chefs, grocery stores, tourists and ...

Atypical cafeteria cuisine

ISHPEMING — There weren’t many scrunched-up faces, if any at all, when Ishpeming Middle School students tasted kale salad and fruit pizza Wednesday morning — proof positive that healthy food can be tasty if prepared well. Health teacher Ryan Reichel said the event came about by a grant ...

Voices of youth

If you opened a store, what would you sell? Why?

Kansas teenager making slow progress with neurologic illness

By JEAN KOZUBOWSKI Salina Journal AP Member Exchange DELPHOS, Kan. — Rachael Bradshaw keeps busy. The 15-year-old is finishing her freshman year at Minneapolis High School, where she was named yell leader for the cheer team. She’s on the yearbook staff. She was on the ...

Dancing in ballet is full of fun and camaraderie

Esme ulland-joy, 9 I have been in ballet since as long as I can remember. I remember when I was in preschool that on Tuesday afternoons, I had to change into my ballet leotard before I left and then I would go straight to ballet. I still enjoy it and want to keep dancing forever. I go to ...

Navajo youth copilots plane over the Grand Canyon

By OLIVIA RICHARD Cronkite News PHOENIX (AP) — Cadet Amaris Tracy climbed into the cockpit of a small plane, her face calm but her hands shaking slightly. “I’m really excited to get to fly the plane for the first time,” Tracy said, adjusting her headset. “At the same time, it's ...

A constitutional experience

MARQUETTE — It probably was more exciting than C-SPAN, at least to the students taking part. The “We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution” team from Marquette Senior High School took part in simulated congressional hearings during the national finals, which took place in late ...

Voices of youth

Why are mothers important? How are you going to celebrate Mother’s Day?

On the … MOVE

MARQUETTE — The Start the Cycle youth movement got a “big reveal” Thursday night at Mattson Lower Harbor Park. Laura MacDonald, board president and lead director, was jubilant over the new mobile unit that was driven to the park — to the delight of the many participants as ...

Making the case to play tackle football

Ben rayhorn, 10 Since I was in second grade (I’m in fourth grade now) I have been playing flag football. Tackle football has also been an option through these years, but my parents won’t let me play tackle football until high school. My parents won’t let me play because they don’t ...

Cancer survivor’s foundation gives tablets to sick kids

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A nonprofit organization established by a two-time survivor of childhood cancer is donating iPads to children’s hospitals in West Virginia. Walking Miracles Family Foundation founder Brett Wilson said in a statement the iPads contain apps that help explain ...

Lakeview hosts Art Walk, Book Fair and Ice Cream Social

NEGAUNEE — Each and every student at Lakeview Elementary School in Negaunee had at least one piece of art on display during the school’s annual Ice Cream Social, Book Fair and Art Walk Tuesday. “There are nearly 1,000 pieces of art on display from our 630 students,” said Linnea ...

Alaska games mimic hunting tasks, like sneaking up on a seal

By MARK THIESSEN Associated Press JUNEAU, Alaska — To most spectators, the term “Olympics” means world-class swimming competitions, downhill skiing or the 100-meter dash. But near the Arctic Circle, a different type of Olympics for young people pays homage to the region’s ...

Galaxy slime quest

MARQUETTE — With Shiras Planetarium on the premises — and very cooperative weather with clear skies — Marquette Senior High School was a great place to hold Statewide Astronomy Night activities on a local level. Throughout Michigan, many events were planned with an astronomy theme, ...

Passionate ‘YouTuber’ talks about technology

As you know from my previous columns (or maybe you don’t know and this is the first column by me you have read, in which case, welcome! Glad to have you reading), I have a minor YouTube channel called Saturday Bush Live. Perhaps you should subscribe. By that, I mean, I’m begging you. ...

UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. Security Council overwhelmingly rejected a Russian resolution calling for condemnation of “aggression” by the United States, United Kingdom and France against Syria on Saturday, a vote reflecting support for the allied airstrikes on Syrian chemical sites. But the vote at the end of an emergency meeting called by Russia also demonstrated again the paralysis of the U.N.’s most powerful body in dealing with Syria’s seven-year conflict. Russia’s demand for condemnation and an immediate halt to “aggression” and “any further use of force” by the three Western allies got support from only two other countries on the 15-member Security Council — China and Bolivia. By contrast, eight countries voted against the Russian draft — the U.S., U.K., France, Netherlands, Sweden, Kuwait, Poland and Ivory Coast. Four countries abstained — Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Equatorial Guinea and Peru. At the meeting, the fifth in a week on chemical weapons in Syria, Russia and its supporters again clashed with the U.S. and its allies over a suspected poison gas attack on April 7 in the Damascus suburb of Douma. The U.S., U.K. and France said they launched airstrikes against Syrian chemical sites after obtaining evidence that a chemical weapon was used by President Bashar Assad’s government. Russia and its ally Syria called the attack fabricated and said no evidence of chemical weapons use exists in Douma.

MARQUETTE — Ceramic shoes with no laces, a drawing of train tracks and power lines and artwork entitled “My Mind is a Hamster Wheel” symbolized the variety of pieces exhibited at the sixth annual High School Art Awards at the city of Marquette Arts and Culture Center. Although the pieces ...

Voices of youth

Do women face different challenges than men in order to get into leadership roles?

Superior therapy

MARQUETTE — Peter White Public Library staff probably don’t mind a little dander and animal hair in the Children’s Room every once in awhile. Not if the sources of that dander and hair put smiles on kids’ faces. Pet therapy dogs and their handlers from SuperiorLand Pet ...