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Boyne City Gazette final issue

Due to the devastating economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Boyne City Gazette is no longer in operation. Wednesday July

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Boyne pavilion dedication today

At 1 p.m. today, Friday July 10, Boyne City officials will host a re-dedication ceremony to formally open its expanded

Judith Laverne Shiotelis – January 11, 1943 – June 17, 2020

Judith Laverne Shiotelis, 77, died on June 17, 2020, in Palm Bay, Florida. Judy was born on January 11, 1943

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Boyne City Gazette #567

The Wednesday July 8 edition of Boyne City Gazette features news on the latest COVID-19 pandemic mitigation efforts, community photos, local opinion, police business, news briefs from local/county/state officials, business and obituary, our special health and wellness page, and much more!

Free outdoor movies at Mackinaw Bridge, Mackinac Island

As a part of its 125th anniversary celebration, Mackinac State Historic Parks is hosting free movie events every week on Mackinac

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Boyne man dies in crash

A Boyne City man died in a motorcycle crash sometime before 3 p.m. on Tuesday June 30 in Roscommon County.

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Boyne City historical find

Petoskey resident David Clink recently acquired a unique piece of Boyne history with the First National Bank of Boyne City

Manna fundraiser will go on

While many large events have been cancelled due to COVID-19, Manna Food Project has decided to push forward with its

Public welcome at Daggett Kayak event

Kayak for a Cause on Walloon Lake, Camp Daggett’s annual fundraiser for its Adventure Center, is still scheduled for July

Fourth of July forecast

As the United States prepares to celebrate its 244th birthday, this year’s time-honored festivities, like barbecues, lawn games and fireworks,

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Boyne City Gazette #566

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features events for Boyne City’s Fourth of July celebration, a piece of Boyne City’s history from the early 1900s, lots of local opinions, area news briefs, important public notices which could affect you, police and business news, and so much more!

Line 5 protest in St. Ignace today

Water protection groups MackinawOde, Title Track’s Clean Water Campaign for Michigan, and Oil & Water Don’t Mix announce that they

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COVID-19 found at Grandvue in EJ

 The Health Department of Northwest Michigan reported six new cases of COVID-19 yesterday—two in Antrim County and four in Charlevoix.

AAA says Americans could take 700M summer trips

This summer, AAA forecasts Americans will take 700 million trips based on economic indicators and state re-openings. That number is

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MI absentee ballot mailing begins

Voters who requested absentee ballots can expect them to arrive in their mailboxes soon, as clerks will begin mailing them

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Boyne City Gazette #565

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features a look at Boyne City Commission business, new projects which may affect you, lots of opinions concerning the Boyne area, obituaries of some familiar folks, area student high school and college honors, and five pages dedicated to the classes of 2020 from Boyne City High School, Concord Academy Boyne, and Boyne Falls Public School.

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Boyne City Gazette #564

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features a big photo spread from Boyne Falls Public School’s senior graduation ceremony, lots of local opinion, police news, the latest on COVID-19 reopenings, the latest business news, home improvement project tips, community photos, and so much more!

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Boyne gets community theater

“Boyne City has a very significant longtime emotional and historical relationship with our downtown theater,” said Boyne City Mayor Tom Neidhamer. “This acquisition is the first step for our community to have the opportunity to become involved in the economic redevelopment of our theater, create an economic engine in our downtown, and encourage the historic preservation of a landmark.”

Boyne’s 1st Presbyterian reopening

Boyne City’s First Presbyterian Church is re-opening at 10 a.m. this Sunday June 14. Masks and social distancing are required