Governor Whitmer has given the green light for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to reopen. For weeks we’ve been preparing and planning
Manna Food Project’s drive-thru, mobile food pantry held weekly at Odawa Casino has served more families in need than anticipated—so
Executive Order 2020-92 allows for the opening of bars and restaurants subject to capacity restraints for Regions 6 and 8,
After careful and painful consideration, the Boyne City 4th of July board has decided to cancel 2020’s in-person festival events.
Memorial Day marks the “unofficial start to summer” for millions of Americans and typically the opening of pools, beach season
The Charlevoix County Parks Committee meeting scheduled for Monday May 18 has been canceled. This is due to the recent
On Friday May 15 at 10 a.m., the Michigan Court of Claims will live stream the hearing in #20-000079-MZ, MI
The Boyne City Farmers Market released this statement this week about plans to reopen on Saturday May 16. Hello Market
Join the Northwest Michigan SBDC and the Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce for a webinar on Revive and Thrive: Strategies
National Day of Prayer Annual Gathering In light of the majority of feedback received from our area Christian church Leaders
Statement from Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack regarding the “Light Up for Life” effort to honor those who have lost
Owed a Refund? E-File State Income Tax Returns Today Michigan taxpayers are reminded that they should file their state income
Join Grass River Natural Area in a virtual celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. They want to honor this important
Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday April 8 in the Boyne City
U.S. Senator Gary Peters (D-Michigan) will hold telephone town hall meetings for people in Michigan on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week to discuss his efforts in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
AccuWeather meteorologists are expecting an all-out blizzard to unfold over portions of Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado due to
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