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#353 Boyne City Gazette newspaper for Wednesday June 1

#353 pg 1This week’s Boyne City Gazette features senior pictures for Boyne City High School, Concord Academy Boyne, and Boyne Falls Public School. We also have sad news of the passing of former Boyne City Assistant-Chief of Police Jeffrey Gettel. Triston Cole stops by to opine on the transgender bathroom issue. You will find info on upcoming job fairs and employment opportunities as well as lots of upcoming public hearings and tons of early-June events. The police and courts have been busy, as you will see on page 3. Local ballet dancers are getting quite an opportunity to further their study of dance. And, we have information on the passing of Whitney Kay (Johns) Wangeman of Boyne Falls. Plus, we have the last Charlevoix County College Sports Digest of the season as well as another great look at the stars with Boyne City astronomer Rod Cortright.

NOTE: Due to the large file sizes, the senior picture pages 8, 9 and 12 have been uploaded as a separate document.

 

 

 

 

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