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MI News 26 plans new studios

24-hour local news channel MI News 26 and 24-hour national news channel NewsNet have broken ground on an expansion to their studios in northern Michigan, and will soon be providing new opportunities to local students through the new expansion.


New bridge, road report released

41% of Michigan roads are of poor condition, 38% of Michigan roads are of fair condition, and 21% of Michigan roads are of good condition—a change from 40%, 40%, and 20% (respectively) from the study year previous.

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Ramblers girls track wins

The Boyne City Ramblers girls track team had a strong team performance as they won the Small School division of

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Motorcycle safety and awareness

According to the Michigan State Police, 18 people died on Michigan roadways since last week—making a total of 267 this

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Road project update, reminder

At 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday May 7 Boyne City officials met with Rieth-Riley and the sub-contractor that is performing the


#507 Boyne City Gazette May 8

This week’s Boyne City Gazette is packed with news, photos, events info, local opinions, and much more!

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Boyne City road projects

Boyne City is holding a public meeting on Wednesday May 8 in the Boyne City Commission chambers between 5-6:30 p.m. in order to outline its 2019 Road Improvement Projects.

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Boyne pavilion among MEDC grantees

The city of Boyne City has been awarded a $408,415 Michigan Community Revitalization Program (MCRP) performance-based grant for conversion of the Veteran’s Park Pavilion into a multi-use public space.

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Alternative paths to success

Morgan-Shaw allows high school students an alternative to the traditional educational environment and creates a specialized path towards graduation.

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Defense biz conference Friday in TC

Michigan companies interested in pursuing federal and Department of Defense contracts will come together at an “Arsenal of Innovation” event on Friday May 3 in Traverse City.

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People’s Choice Awards photos

This photo gallery contains highlights from the 2019 Boyne City High School People’s Choice Awards. Photos by Chris Faulknor

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Ramblers People’s Choice Awards

Boyne City High School held its annual Peoples Choice Awards on April 24. The ceremony presented teachers and staff with the opportunity to recognize one student for anything they wish.

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Get into nature this May

Many fun and educational outdoor activities are planned at local nature areas throughout the month of May.

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Boyne City Commission highlights

The Boyne City Commission considered a number of business items during its regular bimonthly meeting held Tuesday April 23. The agenda included a tax break for a local development, potential pavilion funding, formation of a compensation committee regarding the city manager’s pay, and a look at progress on the city’s goals.


No plan to change school end date

Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education has no plans to revisit its decision on extending the school year—a move that has some local parents highly concerned.

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New rights for MI voters

Michigan voters can now register to vote through Election Day. Ballots must be signed and received by 8 p.m. on Election Day.


Charlevoix County clerk, courts

The latest rulings in Charlevoix County’s district and circuit court cases as well as filings of marriage, divorce, and doing

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Stefanski new BCPS athletic director

“Adam came through the interview process with high marks in every regard with strong references,” said Boyne City Public Schools Superintendent Pat Little. “We had 51 applicants, interviewed seven in the first round and four in the final round.”

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Charlevoix Rod and Gun Club youth day

Youth aged 5 to 18 can experience target and clay shooting, fishing, fly-tying, and more outdoor fun at this annual family-friendly event.


Court says ‘no’ to dangerous parents

A Charlevoix County mother the courts found “at best dangerously oblivious to what was going on in her home” fights for custody of the children who were removed after serious allegations of ongoing physical and sexual abuse were lodged against their father/step-father.