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Expect to see military vehicles, helicopters near Mackinac Bridge today

Michigan National Guard helicopters to fly in the vicinity of the Mackinac Bridge Tuesday To document the crossing of the

#463 Boyne City Gazette July 11

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on Boyne Thunder (July 13-14), the latest news on the man who shot

Crooked Tree Arts Center presents Movie Mondays in July

Join Crooked Tree Arts Center for its second “Movie Mondays: Art and Design Films.” The featured film is “Georgia O’Keeffe.”

M-32 resurfacing in Antrim, Charlevoix starts July 9

M-32 resurfacing in Antrim and Charlevoix counties starts July 9 with an estimated starting date of Monday July 9 and an

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McLaren foundation day of family fun, education to kick off campaign

Giant inflatable heart, bounce houses, treats all part of the McLaren Northern Michigan Foundation July 13 celebration in downtown Petoskey

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Up North Vocal Institute concerts at CTAC July 6-21

This summer, along with their various performances spanning from Mackinac Island to Boyne City, the 2018 Up North Vocal Institute

On-Farm learning on Providence Farm in July

Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology is bringing on-farm, intensive learning to farmers and homesteaders.

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Boyne City Stroll the Streets means music and fun on Friday June 29

Fun for the whole family with lots of live music, treats and other entertainment at this week’s Boyne City Stroll

Votes by Charlevoix County’s state lawmakers Schmidt and Cole

A look at how Charlevoix County’s Michigan legislators, 37th District Sen. Wayne Schmidt and 105th District Rep. Triston Cole, voted on bills

Michigan roadwork stops to make 4th of July travel easier

This Fourth of July holiday, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is removing lane restrictions on about two-thirds of its

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Horton Bay 4th of July fun to include unveiling of ’28th Amendment’

The 28th Amendment has been maligned as fiction by the internet, and we know that everything on the internet must

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Boyne schools June board of ed highlights

The Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education met three times in June, with numerous discussions and decisions resulting. Here

Art in the Garden Festival June 30

Gather the family from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. June 30th for the 7th annual Art in the Garden Festival

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Charlevoix County court cases, clerk filings

The latest information on court cases and filings in the courts and clerk office of Charlevoix County as they appear in the Wednesday June

Boyne taking public input on parking issues

The public is invited to share their views and suggestions on Boyne City’s current and future parking needs, primarily in

#461 Boyne City Gazette June 27

This week’s Boyne City Gazette features a big four-page color section for Boyne’s Fourth of July celebration. Also, check out stories on upcoming events, the latest in court news, so many community photos, a look at how Charlevoix County’s legislators are voting, classifieds and public notices, business news, a new chance to save big money on your prescriptions, and much more!

Rummage, bake sale at Litzenburger Place in Boyne City June 30

Rummage sale and bake sale Saturday June 30th 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Don’t miss the big sales from 9

Have your Best Day Ever June 23 around Petoskey

The Best Day Ever is an easy way to create your own day of fun with outdoor activities, a car

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PUBIC NOTICE – Register for Charlevoix County election

NOTICE LAST DAY TO REGISTER NOTICE OF LAST DAY OF REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS OF THE FOLLOWING CITY/TOWNSHIP CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, MICHIGAN All

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100 years since Boyne City’s Mill No.1 burned

SUBMITTED BY BOB MORGRIDGE It was just past 9 p.m. on a Friday June 28, 1918, when the whistles at