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Michigan Court of Appeals: Charlevoix Circuit Court must rethink Robert James Cronk sentence

BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Robert James Cronk of Boyne City got a partial win recently when the Michigan

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Boyne Arts Collective finds new home near Boyne City Ace Hardware

BY BETH GOHS, STAFF WRITER Nearly homeless, the Boyne Arts Collective (BAC) will now have a new location—at least temporarily—in downtown

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REMEMBERING 9/11: Charlevoix police chief, sheriff deputy honored in September 11 observance

Michigan State Rep. Triston Cole honors local heroes in special 9-11 tribute State Rep. Triston Cole, R-Mancelona, pays tribute to

Nearly 30,000 braved weather for the 2015 Mackinac Bridge Walk

Approximately 30,000 smiles were peeking out from beneath ponchos and rain jackets on Labor Day for the annual Mackinac Bridge

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Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners passes $1.08 million child care budget

BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR The Charlevoix County Board of commissioners recently approved the 2015-2016 Child Care Budget at

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Sweet 16 swimmer Alexis Lefevre celebrates birthday with swim across Lake Charlevoix

Alexis Lefevre turned Sweet Sixteen this past weekend, and to celebrate she swam across Lake Charlevoix! Inspired, (challenged!), and accompanied

Good Neighbors Food Pantry to open in Boyne City; Public dedication Sept. 17

Hoping to help fight hunger in the Boyne area, the Good Neighbors Food Pantry has been established. The pantry will


Dr. Tom Veryser, founder dental clinics for needy, retires

Michigan Community Dental Clinics’ Tom Veryser Passes Reins to Gregory Heintschel as Chief Executive Officer At the end of July,

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Fun and prizes at Boyne Archery Club’s 1st 3-D fun shoot

BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR The Boyne City Commission recently gave the go-ahead to planners of the Boyne Area

Boyne City water fluoridation should resume Wednesday November 19

Benjamin Gohs, Editor The fluoride issue that was supposed to have been settled at the Tuesday Nov. 4 general election was