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Chamber of commerce moving

Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kim Akin said the chamber will move from its current location of 28 South Lake St. to 115 South Lake St.

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Boyne spelling bee April 3

Boyne City’s adults-only spelling bee to support the Boyne City Main Street Walkabout Sculpture Show returns this April.    

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O’Brien hosts BAH March 21

Business people are invited to this festive St. Patrick’s Day-themed event. Admission, hors d’oeuvres and beverages are complimentary.

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EJ walking, park plans

The City of East Jordan DDA is utilizing its Downtown Development Coordinator to secure funding to create a pedestrian crossing and linear pocket park connecting the east and west sides of town.

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Tracking MI bridge conditions?

Bridges will be rated as good, fair, or poor. The new tool offers visual representations of bridges for each category. The interactive map gives locations and statuses on each structure. And, data may be sorted and viewed on bridge ratings, ownership, and the geographical area.


MI ag mediation helps farmers

Robert Osburn had a problem when upon retiring 20 years ago the Lenawee County farmer placed both of his farmland parcels into the USDA Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) for two 10-year contracts as an alternative to cash renting to another farmer.

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USCG Boyne Thunder security prop.

The United States Coast Guard is taking public comment on its proposal to implement additional security measures regarding the Boyne


Boyne stabbing case update

The Michigan State Court of Appeals ruled recently that the Boyne City woman convicted of assault with intent to murder

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Boyne City Commission coverage

Boyne City Commissioners discussed and decided a number of business items at its Tuesday March 12 meeting. Included in this

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#499 Boyne City Gazette March 20

This week’s paper is packed with stories about Boyne Thunder security, an attempted murder case development, tons of local photos, upcoming events, a look at city business, car-buying tips, local business news, cops & courts, and so much more!

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U-M prison arts project exhibit

The free, public exhibition, which opens at 10 a.m. March 20, highlights the curated work of 574 artists from 26 facilities in Michigan.


Northbound US-31 detour in Petoskey

The start date for the detour is subject to change based on weather and construction progress.

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Business Expo & Taste of Charlevoix

The public is encouraged to come out and explore the exhibits to identity the latest products and services.

Michigan auto workers

15k trades jobs annually in MI

Michigan needs more apprentices and skilled workers to fill the talent gap.


Some MI filers may get IRS letter

Since 2016, the state Treasury Department’s increased security measures protected more than 4,500 taxpayers who confirmed their identity was stolen and used to request state of Michigan income tax refunds.


Boyne Catholic events

The Boyne Valley Catholic Community is offering many opportunities to enrich your prayer life and spirituality beginning on March 17th the Second Week of Lent.


Regional career/college readiness event

Participating employers will have the opportunity to interact with more than 2,000 students representing over 30 school districts.

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N. MI Emergency prep expo

Topics to include: family fire escape plans, hands only CPR, water safety, Smart911, electrical safety, emergency kits, and many additional safety related topics.


Family movie night March 15

Boyne Falls Public School will host a Family Movie Night and pizza party on March 15. Showing: Ralph Breaks the

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Charlevoix transit closed Good Friday

Charlevoix County Transit will be close Friday April 19 in observance of Good Friday. Normal service hours will resume on