Charlevoix County is no longer interested in diverting money from local libraries to the road commission and sheriff’s office—because it isn’t legal and it wasn’t enough money with which to bother.
Charlevoix County Parks & Recreation Director Ross Maxwell approached the Charlevoix County Building & Grounds Committee, on Wednesday June 12, with the issue of whether hunting should be allowed in county parks.
A local Boyne City man with a life devoted to the scientific method believes he’s found that there are things in life that go beyond atoms and electrons.
Local librarians concerned with the Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners’ decision to look at possibly diverting moneys from libraries to law enforcement and road commission funds are taking action.
What began as an overview of the road commission’s annual status ended with county officials considering pulling certain library funding.
The voice of longtime broadcaster, and co-owner of Patriot Voice Radio Network, Greg Marshall is now going farther than ever.
According to Boyne City Public Schools Business Manager Irene Byrne, the custodians and Boyne City Public Schools have come to a tentative agreement which will save the school system while saving jobs.
The Boyne City Commission met on Tuesday May 14 to discuss city business.
After years of uncertainty and litigation, the Charlevoix-Cheboygan-Emmet Central Dispatch 9-1-1 service has won the right to increase its surcharge on cell phones.
Don’t miss the 53rd Annual National Morel Mushroom Festival in Boyne City from Thursday May 16 through Sunday May 19.
Now back in the water after undergoing a winter of reconstruction, the Ironton Ferry is more than halfway to completion.
Nearly eight protesters greeted Boyne City Public Schools administration and school board members as they entered last week’s special work session.
Henry Erber Jr. of Boyne City has adopted an innovative flagpole design for a good cause by perfecting one that never needs to be painted, doesn’t rust and revolves by using the power of the wind.
Community leaders, public officials and businessmen from all over the region attended the annual Northern Lakes Economic Alliance luncheon on Friday May 3 in the Odawa Casino’s Ovation Hall in Petoskey and the overwhelming sentiment was Michigan’s economy is making a strong comeback.
Local realtor Mark Kowalske took a step in helping others by publishing his first book