Improving space weather forecasting

U.S. Senators Gary Peters (D-MI) and Cory Gardner (R-CO) reintroduced bipartisan legislation to strengthen the nation’s ability to predict severe


Female version of ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’

The musical covers topics of false accusation, friendship, pride, materialism, family, and sensitively deals with depression and suicidal thoughts, which are the struggles of the main character, Christian.


Kirtland expands Grayling campus

The new Michigan Forest Products Institute will feature a brand-new cosmetology salon with advanced resources and new offerings for local residents who are seeking salon services.


Michigan working poor struggling

Although unemployment rates are falling, the report found that low-wage jobs dominate the employment landscape, with 61 percent of all jobs in Michigan paying less than $20 per hour.


Veterans assistance fair April 10

North Central Michigan College Student Veterans Association will host a special open house and assistance fair on April 10.  

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#500 Boyne City Gazette March 27

Welcome to the 500th issue of the Boyne City Gazette!


Michigan university research helps handicapped mobility

Walking exercises key to getting kids with Down Syndrome on their feet at an earlier age.


MI getting cork-screwed over illegal booze shipments

Michigan officials say the half-a-million bottles of alcohol being illegally shipped here is costing the state much-needed tax revenue.  


The business of weed

One prominent Michigan university has recently announced the launch of a business degree program in the field of sales and


Boyne Pub Crawl photos

This photo gallery features several of the participating locations in the March 16 Boyne City Pub Crawl.

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McLaren N. MI names CEO

Most recently, Burch served as the Southern Region CEO for Aspirus, Inc., an integrated health system serving northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.


Conservation Dist. photo gallery

This photo gallery features the Thursday March 14 open house held by the Charlevoix Conservation District.

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BCHS needs biz interviewers

Boyne City High School has scheduled its annual Senior Interview Fair for Thursday April 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 10

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Apply now for facade grants

Downtown Applications for Boyne City Main Street’s 2019 façade grant program are now available.

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Chamber of commerce moving

Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kim Akin said the chamber will move from its current location of 28 South Lake St. to 115 South Lake St.

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Boyne spelling bee April 3

Boyne City’s adults-only spelling bee to support the Boyne City Main Street Walkabout Sculpture Show returns this April.    

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O’Brien hosts BAH March 21

Business people are invited to this festive St. Patrick’s Day-themed event. Admission, hors d’oeuvres and beverages are complimentary.

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EJ walking, park plans

The City of East Jordan DDA is utilizing its Downtown Development Coordinator to secure funding to create a pedestrian crossing and linear pocket park connecting the east and west sides of town.

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Tracking MI bridge conditions?

Bridges will be rated as good, fair, or poor. The new tool offers visual representations of bridges for each category. The interactive map gives locations and statuses on each structure. And, data may be sorted and viewed on bridge ratings, ownership, and the geographical area.


MI ag mediation helps farmers

Robert Osburn had a problem when upon retiring 20 years ago the Lenawee County farmer placed both of his farmland parcels into the USDA Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) for two 10-year contracts as an alternative to cash renting to another farmer.