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BCPS bond proposal Q&A

In a few weeks, Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education is expected to decide whether it will ask voters in May 2020 for a $26 million bond to help fund $30 million in school improvements.

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#534 Boyne City Gazette Nov. 20

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features news on the Boyne City Public Schools improvement and bond proposals, cops & courts, all the Earlier Than The Bird details, church news, many public notices which may affect you, school news and so much more!

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Boyne Holiday Guide 2019

Boyne City Gazette’s annual guide to the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays around Boyne City. Download and view the digital guide

Watch for more deer as hunting begins

Michigan’s firearm deer season officially begins Friday, Nov. 15, and the Insurance Alliance of Michigan (IAM) has a warning to drivers: Be

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Boyne Falls students honor vets

This photo gallery contains pictures from the Boyne Falls Public School veterans appreciation program on Friday Nov. 8. Photos by

MI Supreme Court public admin hearing

Justices of the Michigan Supreme Court will hold a public hearing on proposed amendments to administrative court rules on Wednesday

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Quantum Sails Ladies at the Helm event

Quantum Sails will host the November’s Ladies at the Helm event at their sail loft from 5:30-7 p.m. on Thursday

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#533 Boyne City Gazette Nov. 13

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features photos from the swearing-in ceremony of Boyne City Police Chief Kevin Spate, the latest on the Walloon area shooting investigation, lots of pictures of local Veterans Day observances, info on how you can help the local Wreaths Across America effort, tips on how to boost your business sales this holiday season, local health news, and so much more.

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Where to hike during hunting season

Little Traverse Conservancy provides opportunities to get out in the woods on lands that are open and lands that are

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#532 Boyne City Gazette Nov. 6

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on the fate of the Portside Art Fair, a look at safety measures being taken by Boyne City Public Schools, lots of photos from Halloween and the Boyne Business Expo, local opinion, cops & courts, business news, a number of public notices and companies looking to hire, church info, a big upcoming events section, and more!

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Boyne Expo 2019 in photos

This photo gallery features more than three dozen pictures from the Friday Nov. 1 Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce Business

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Conklin, Neidhamer reelected

Boyne City Mayor Tom Neidhamer and Boyne City Commissioner Hugh Conklin will continue to serve on the Boyne City Commission

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Spate could be Boyne’s next chief

The Boyne City Commission will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. on Wednesday Nov. 6 at the commission chambers

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Deputy lauded for work with victims

Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan recognizes law enforcement officers with the annual award in the five counties they serve as part of October’s National Domestic Abuse Awareness Month.