Subscribers can listen to the Boyne City Commission Candidate Forum held on Wednesday Oct. 18 at Boyne City Hall.
Pictured during the forum are candidates Sally Page, Andy Smith and incumbent Ron Grunch. Photo by Chris Faulknor
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on the Boyne City Commission Candidate Forum, co-sponsored by the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce and Boyne City Gazette, a unique look at Fr. Francis Partridge with remembrances of community members, an exclusive story on one property owner’s concerns over the safety of cyclists along a portion of the Boyne City to US-31 non-motorized trail, local opinions on Obamacare and God in the schools, a look at what the Boyne City Police Department has been doing, some important public notices which may affect you, info on upcoming events put on by local churches—including nationally renown illusionist and motivational speaker Tom Coverly, an obituary for Anne Thurston, lots of local business news, our big two-page Home Improvement special section, a big list of upcoming local events, many sports stories and photos, and much much more!
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on the State of the Community luncheon, this month’s Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education meeting, a preview of the public hearing on potential changes to Hayes Township’s zoning ordinance, a reminder about this week’s Boyne City Commission Candidate Forum, feature stories and photos on numerous items of local interest—from new teachers at Concord Academy Boyne and the Charlevoix County Veteran of the Month, to the big list of local Halloween events and great specials for Boyne City’s Fall Restaurant Week which continues through Sunday. Plus, don’t miss our public notices and classifieds, huge events listing section, sports stories and pictures, and so much more!
A record crowd attended the 9th Annual Boyne City State of the Community event last week at Boyne Mountain.
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On August 5, a small group of family members and friends gathered for the dedications of four new nature preserves recently donated to LTC from the Reycraft/Meijer/Litzenburger families. Two preserves, Reycraft-Meijer North (14 acres) and Reycraft-Meijer South (42 acres), are found near the shores of Walloon Lake along Indian Garden Road. The other two preserves, Gow Litzenburger East (80 acres) and Gow Litzenburger West (20 acres), lie along Bear River Road. The Conservancy holds enormous gratitude for these permanent gifts of land that can now be enjoyed by all.
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on the latest concerning the new Boyne City museum, a detailed look at next year’s county budget, info on Boyne Restaurant Week, how to reserve a booth for the Boyne Business Expo & Taste of Boyne, a couple of interesting guest commentaries, cops and courts, a reminder about the big Boyne City Commission candidate forum coming up on Oct. 18, an obituary for Emily Chmielewski, plus lots of business news, important public notices, classifieds, photos from all sorts of community events … including Charlevoix Business Breakfast, Boyne Homecoming, and our monthly Health & Wellness section packed with stories on balance, breast cancer awareness, affordable health screenings, flu shots, osteoporosis, balance and more!