CHARLEVOIX COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SYNOPSIS SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 The Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners met in the Charlevoix County Commissioners Room on
U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters as well as 26 of their colleagues have called on the Department of
The state of Michigan and Enbridge Energy today announced an agreement that officials say will lead to safety enhancements along
On Tuesday Oct. 2, Michigan House Democrats offered a number of amendments to strengthen House Bills 6187 and 6199-6201, which
Michigan families and students looking for help paying for college should save the date for one of MI Student Aid’s
“Fall for Dance,” the twelfth annual student-orchestrated performance put on by the Crooked Tree Arts Center School of Ballet, takes
The Boyne City Commission met Tuesday Sept. 29 for its regular bimonthly meeting to discuss a number of business items,
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on the upcoming Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education candidate forum, East
SUBMITTED BY MICHIGAN FARM BUREAU Aside from a mid-August ground-breaking for a new cheese processing plant in St. Johns, there’s
Trees along northern Michigan roadways are an important part of the scenery, particularly in the autumn. But when they’re too
The Michigan Supreme Court announced today that $1.17 million in grants has been awarded to 24 courts statewide to fund
The Boyne Valley Catholic Community is offering many opportunities to enrich your prayer life and spirituality beginning on September 30th
A first-of-its-kind public opinion poll shows an overwhelming majority of people who live near the Great Lakes support immediate action
Claiming lost or abandoned property in Michigan is about to get easier after Michigan Unclaimed Property unveils its new, state-of-the-art
The Michigan Senate on Wednesday adopted Senate Resolution 186 to name Oct. 5-7, 2018 as Buy Nearby Weekend in the state of Michigan. “The
Sexual assault and abuse survivors can now more easily navigate the state of Michigan’s online resources thanks to a new
State Rep. Triston Cole’s plan to better protect the Great Lakes by strengthening pipeline safety standards in the Straits of
BY CHRIS FAULKNOR, PUBLISHER We’ve started something new, and I thought I’d explain exactly what it is and how it
The latest cases and filings in Charlevoix County courts and the clerk’s office as published in the Wednesday Sept. 26
See what the Boyne City Police Department’s officers do in their daily work with this look at their weekly incident
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