• Still time to help Boyne Christmas project

    The Boyne Area Community Christmas project is still taking donations of non-perishable foods, new unwrapped toys, games or books, and monetary gifts. You can send checks payable to: Boyne Area Community Christmas, Treasurer, Eleanor West 915 Robinson St., #15 Boyne City, MI 49712 All other donations can be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 2…

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  • Boyne Area Business Briefs

    North Harbor North Harbor Christie’s International Real Estate will host the Boyne Chamber’s Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, December 13 at 104 South Lake St. There is no charge for admission or refreshments.

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  • Community Mental Health new toll-free number

    Community Mental Health Toll-free number for Access to Services 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday is (877) 470-7130. TTY/TDD: dial 711 Beginning Jan. 2, 2019, persons wishing to access services and supports at North Country Community Mental Health should contact 1-877-470-7130. “Access calls were previously handled by another company. Bringing this function in-house…

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  • Boyne City special meeting results

    The Boyne City Commission held a special meeting on Friday Dec. 7 to consider two pressing agenda items. Commissioners approved a date change for the December Board of Review session; and they also approved Tim Faas as new Boyne City Department of Public Works Director to replace Andy Kovolski, who left, says the city, “to…

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  • Cole, Schmidt vote on 10 new bills

    The latest look at what Charlevoix County’s state legislators Triston Cole and Wayne Schmidt are doing in Lansing. Recent bills voted upon include a political practices commission, voting rules changes, straits pipeline tunnel, wetlands and more.    

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  • NCMC free farming workshops

    North Central Michigan College will be hosting a number of free farming workshops this winter on subjects including vineyards and wine, efficient farming, cutting waste, and more!    

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