• Business events in Charlevoix County and beyond

    Business classes in Traverse City, networking events in Boyne City and East Jordan, and a fundraiser to help fund the Boyne City Veterans Park Pavilion—which will house the year-round Boyne Farmers Market—are just some of the upcoming opportunities for local business people.   Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels

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  • Michigan Governor ups funding for Natural Resources Trust Fund

    An additional $49 million will be made available to the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund under legislation signed this week by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder. “The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund has provided a variety of opportunities to Michiganders to experience our state’s world-class natural resources,” Snyder said.  “I’m happy to sign legislation that will…

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  • Charlevoix Jail’s inmate garden to get upgrade

    The inmate garden at the Charlevoix County Jail is scheduled to be enhanced for the 2018 growing season. Charlevoix County Sheriff Chuck Vondra is installing a new well and irrigation system to help the garden grow better.     Photo by skitterphoto.com

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  • Boyne Appétit! Restaurant Week thru June 10

    Boyne Appétit! Restaurant Week continues now through Sunday June 10. This year’s Boyne Appétit! Restaurant Week has many participating locations, so this is your chance to try new restaurants and food products in the Boyne area. Restaurants, bars, delis and sandwich shops will all be offering tasty specials. Some locations, like large restaurants, will offer…

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  • Is your project right for the $8M Michigan Mobility Challenge ?

    The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Office of Passenger Transportation has issued a call for projects for the $8 Million Michigan Mobility Challenge. As one of the first states to allow self-driving vehicles on public roadways, Michigan is a national leader in connected and automated vehicle (CAV) projects. “As the needs of residents change, we must…

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  • MSU Extension liaison connects veterans with opportunities

    Michigan State University (MSU) Extension has doubled down on its commitment to military veterans by hiring a new specialist who will work directly with this specialized audience. Adam Ingrao, himself a veteran, will help connect veterans with education and opportunities available through MSU Extension. He will start by extending Heroes to Hives, a honey bee education…

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