The first 1,000 successfully completed and notarized applications to serve on the first-ever Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission have been
Michigan taxpayers can begin to file state income tax returns on Jan. 27, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
Proposals from state Rep. Triston Cole working to expand effective broadband services to more Michigan residents were overwhelmingly advanced this
The Michigan Department of Transportation released the following statement regarding the bridge in Charlevoix this afternoon: The US-31 bascule bridge
Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered U.S. and Michigan flags lowered to half-staff throughout the state of Michigan on Thursday, January
Alwas John Spohn, 88, of Boyne City, Michigan, stepped into eternity the evening of January 9th and took his first
NOTICE TO ALL CREDITORS: The Settlor and Grantor, Marjorie Matelski (date of birth, 08/01/1932), died 1/ 7/ 2020. There is
After asking for help to identify the driver who passed a stopped school bus on Monday, the Boyne City Public
The search for a pickup truck alleged to have passed a stopped Boyne City Public Schools bus on Monday Jan.
The January meeting of the Charlevoix County Planning Commission has been rescheduled to Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at 5:00 pm. The
The northern Michigan community is experiencing an increase in influenza cases. McLaren Northern Michigan hospital is limiting visitor access to
A healthy mind and a healthy body are important, but a healthy wallet is too. SmartAsset, a New York financial
The Charlevoix County Planning Commission meeting originally scheduled for Thursday Jan. 9 has been canceled. Officials are in the process
Those interested in the future of Boyne City’s parks and recreation should attend the meeting of the Boyne City Parks & Rec Commission at 5 p.m. on Thursday Jan. 9 in the lower level of Boyne City Hall in the training room.
The new, dependable and easy-to-use self-service stations being installed across the state to replace old, unreliable and frequently malfunctioning Secretary
During the month of December, Brown Motors of Petoskey held a “Stuff the Truck” to support McLaren Home Care &
Governor Whitmer has signed bipartisan House Bills 4311-12, 4916-18, 4307 and 4308 into law, which legalizes Internet gaming and sports
MUCC and conservation organizations throughout the state and country commended Gov. Whitmer for vetoing HB 4687 — a bill that
Randall James “Randy” Brunmeier, 56 of Boyne Falls, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, December 1, 2019. Randy is survived by his
Helen Mary Anzell, age 90 of Boyne City passed away on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at Grandvue Medical Care Facility.
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