Donald Stuart Falik, age 72, from Charlotte, Mich., died in a plane crash on Beaver Island Sunday.
By Benjamin J. Gohs, Editor It was another big year for the big little city of Boyne City and surrounding
In honor of its grand opening celebration on Jan. 9, 1949, Boyne Mountain is celebrating 70 years with lots of family fun Jan. 9-12.
The Hayes Township Planning Commission will be holding a special hearing on Thursday January 3, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at the
The latest in Charlevoix County Court & Clerk filings.
CITY OF BOYNE CITY BID REQUEST Sealed bids are now being accepted by the City of Boyne City for contractual
Boyne City Public Schools ADVERTISEMENT TO BID Boyne City Public Schools requests Bid Proposals for Bid Package 18-100 Boyne City
Boyne City Police Department daily incident reports dating Dec. 3-9
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters, in cooperation with the Michigan Association of Public Broadcasters, will provide live television and radio
By Andy Hayes, NLEA President There currently exists high speed internet fiber in our area that is only accessible to
The latest Charlevoix County Clerk filings, and District and Circuit Court cases.
Brian Lister Bates, of Fort Wayne, Indiana and Boyne City, Michigan died at his Fort Wayne home, surrounded by his
As Michigan’s new governor readies to take her role as the head of the state, Gretchen Whitmer recently announced a
The Operation Excellence Team named by Gov. Rick Snyder to address numerous shortcomings cited in a recent state audit last
Also signs four bills, vetoes four bills Gov. Rick Snyder today signed legislation increasing prison time for aggravated animal cruelty
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has completed his review and recommendations for commutations and pardons for those convicted of a crime
The Federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on Dec. 21 announced approval of Michigan’s amended Healthy Michigan Waiver, providing continued health
Gov. Rick Snyder recently signed legislation creating new safety initiatives to better protect Michigan schoolchildren. “These bills will ensure school
The County Road Association of Michigan appreciates a gift to the people of Michigan in the form of additional road
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