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    MCPW pro wrestling event coming to East Jordan

    BY BETH GOHS, CONTRIBUTOR Mr. Chainsaw Pro Wrestling promotion will celebrate 10 years of Providing the Midwest with family friendly entertainment with a performance at 6 p.m. on Saturday Feb. 25 at the East Jordan Civic Center.    

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    Boyne Police activity Jan. 30 – Feb. 5

    Monday, January 30 0820 2 vehicle crash in the 1000 block of Boyne Av. 0936 Request for welfare check on N Park St. 1448 Civil complaint from the 300 block of E Division St 2015 Suspicious situation on Wilson St  

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    Boyne school board meeting roundup

    The Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education met on Feb. 13 for its regular monthly meeting. During the meeting, the board considered a wide range of issues, from grants and staff resignations and committee reports.    

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    #391 Boyne City Gazette Feb. 22

    This week’s Boyne City Gazette features stories on the Boyne City Commission’s latest meeting, the Boyne City Public Schools Board of Education, an upcoming public hearing on a project near the Jordan River, our big Lent section with service times, events and more, lots of community news and photos, cops and courts, helpful business and personal finance tips, the latest local events, news on a big wrestling event coming to East Jordan, and so much more!

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    Chocolate-Covered Boyne photos

    The Boyne Main Street program and Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual Chocolate-Covered Boyne event on Friday and Saturday Feb. 10 and 11. Here are some pictures from the big chocolate treat contest held Saturday at Fustini’s of Boyne City.    

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    Charlevoix County sophomores, juniors apply now for D.C. tour

    Great Lakes Energy (GLE) is looking for six high school sophomores or juniors whose parents or guardians live on GLE lines for a once-in-a-lifetime leadership travel opportunity this summer. From the battlefields of Gettysburg to the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C., the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour will explore leadership lessons from our nation’s history…

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