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.
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features a look back at teacher Dennis Crissman’s career in a color photo collection, updates on COVID-19 cases and the status of Boyne City Public Schools, a potential new grant opportunity to help the city improve its streets, honoring local healthcare heroes, a familiar face steps in to help lead the Gaylord Michigan State Police Post, an in-depth tribute for Memorial Day, Student of the Week is back, lots of business news, and our big four-page DIY Mushroom Festival section with plenty of fun memories and ideas for you to celebrate despite the shutdown!
The Boyne City Farmers Market released this statement this week about plans to reopen on Saturday May 16. Hello Market
90th District Judge Angela Lasher recently announced her intention to seek election for a full six-year term for Charlevoix and
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features a look at reader opinions on the fate of the July 4 celebration, saying goodbye to coach South, election results, cops & courts, lots of community news and photos, public notices, and so much more!
“The worst thing we can do is open up in a way that causes a second wave of infections and death, puts health care workers at further risk, and wipes out all the progress we’ve made. That’s why we will continue to monitor the spread of this virus, hospital capacity, testing rates, and more as we work toward reaching the ‘improving’ phase.” —MI Gov. Gretchen Whitmer
Arctic blast set to punish Northeast with cold, May snow AccuWeather Global Weather Center – May 5, 2020 – An unusually
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features lots of local news including Boyne City’s budget, a look at one longtime resident’s life and her 100th birthday celebration, police news, public notices, a big thank-you to area teachers, the latest COVID-19 info, and so much more!
Boyne City attorney Robert Banner announced his candidacy for the Charlevoix County 90th District Judge position. In a statement released
The Boyne Thunder Poker Run planning committee, together with the Boyne City Main Street board, announce the cancellation of the
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features news on local affordable housing, new regulations on food stores and pharmacies, community photos
Boyne City High School celebrated its annual People’s Choice Award nominees on April 15 by honoring 36 students for spirit, kindness, and moral character.
Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan (WRCNM) continues to provide essential services to survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, child
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features highlights from this year’s Boyne City High School People’s Choice Awards, the latest COVID-19 news, local opinions, Boyne City Police Department weekly incident reports, guidelines on how to keep your employees safe, and how best to clean to prevent COVID-19, plus our tribute to Boyne City, and so much more!
The Charlevoix County Sheriff’s Office in cooperation with the Federal Bureau of Investigations are seeking the public’s help with information
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Despite receiving more than 18,300 messages from farmers and Michigan residents asking Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to allow the retail sale
With the decision made by MHSAA to cancel the upcoming Michigan High School 2020 baseball season, we would like to
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features lots of news on local and state COVID-19 efforts, a big virtual man on the street to find out how Boyne area folks are coping with the Michigan stay-at-home order, public notices, business news, and so much more!