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#501 Boyne City Gazette April 3

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features news on two home programs for lower income families, concerns over the little log cabin in downtown Boyne City, your chance to run for the Boyne City Commission, community photos, cops and courts, a look at the importance of vaccines, important public notices, upcoming events, public meetings on planned road projects, and so much more!

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U-M play explores Flint water crisis

By Jennifer DeBord A father missing his grown son. Two activists facing exhaustion and struggling to find hope. A demolition

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Charlevoix clerk, courts info

The latest Charlevoix County Circuit and District Courts cases as well as filings in the Charlevoix County Clerk’s Office regarding assumed names, marriage, and divorce.

Boyne Vallley Catholic Events

• Communal Penance: Thursday, April 4 at 6:30 pm at St. Matthew. • The Little Rock Scripture Study group will

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$1M grant supports hospital expansion

The State of Michigan awarded McLaren Northern Michigan a $1 million grant in support of the Building the Future of Health Care expansion project at the Petoskey Campus.

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Measles outbreak precautions

While no deaths or hospitalizations are associated with the outbreak to date, the Health Department of Northwest Michigan advises everyone to get vaccinated or be sure you are up to date on your vaccinations to stop the spread of measles.

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Boyne City Police reports

The latest Boyne City Police Department incident reports.    

Coping with loss and dying

Each year at this time, Hospice of Northwest Michigan invites the community to join us for a special presentation dealing with

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Need a free wheelchair or walker?

Do you or someone you know need to borrow a wheelchair, a walker, or other medical equipment?

NLEA luncheon May 17

Join the Northern Lake Economic Alliances on May 17th at the state-of-the-art Great Lakes Center for the Arts in Bay

Boyne Coldwell Banker hosts April 18 Business After Hours

Coldwell Banker Schmidt Real Estate will host the Boyne Area Chamber’s next Business After Hours at 128 Water St. from

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MI Court of Appeals opinions

The Michigan Court of Appeals released the following opinions on Tuesday March 26, 2019. 336500 PEOPLE OF MI V MARCUS

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Library closed April 26-29

Check out the full listing of the Boyne District Library’s April 2019 events and programs!

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Bill sparks lake access talk

Should Michigan’s inland lakes have limits on when boaters and fishermen can use public access points?

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Biz network mtg in Cvx

Learn about the benefits of a new Business Resource Network at a free info session Thursday April 25 in Charlevoix.

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Improving space weather forecasting

U.S. Senators Gary Peters (D-MI) and Cory Gardner (R-CO) reintroduced bipartisan legislation to strengthen the nation’s ability to predict severe

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Female version of ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’

The musical covers topics of false accusation, friendship, pride, materialism, family, and sensitively deals with depression and suicidal thoughts, which are the struggles of the main character, Christian.

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Kirtland expands Grayling campus

The new Michigan Forest Products Institute will feature a brand-new cosmetology salon with advanced resources and new offerings for local residents who are seeking salon services.

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Michigan working poor struggling

Although unemployment rates are falling, the report found that low-wage jobs dominate the employment landscape, with 61 percent of all jobs in Michigan paying less than $20 per hour.