• Should public art be by local artists? Boyne officials discuss

    Discussion over plans to install a mosaic sculpture in Peninsula Beach Park raised questions about whose art should be displayed on public property. Boyne City Main Street Executive Director Kelsie King-Duff presented the plan to the Boyne City Commission on Tuesday July 25 and requested approval of the proposed location of the sculpture.    

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  • BOYNE CITY: Great Lakes Energy will be more than 50% green by early 2018

    Great Lakes Energy announced last week it will achieve a 56 percent carbon-free fuel mix by Jan. 1, 2018. “Carbon free refers to cleaner power generation which means cleaner air and water and healthier communities,” said Bill Scott, Great Lakes Energy President/CEO. “We’re proud to significantly reduce emissions in a way that reinforces our core…

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  • #416 Boyne City Gazette Aug. 16

    This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on Great Lakes Energy’s move to provide even more cleaner energy by 2018, a look at a recent discussion over what art should be allowed in public spaces, many community photos of local events, cops and courts info, local opinions, Charlevoix County Veteran of the Month Ralph Kitson Jr., a piece on how your company may be able to get funding to help train new employees, important public notices, our big color home improvement section with tips to get your house ready for the fall, events listings with fun for the whole family, plus available grants, free trees, and an author event at the Boyne District Library.

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