Join hospital officials at a public reception today as Charlevoix Area Hospital becomes Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Hospital.
Enjoy these photos from this year’s Boyne City Holiday Open House & Santa Parade kickoff to the Christmas season. The
BY BETH GOHS, STAFF WRITER The plan to work on cosmetic and structural elements of the US-31 bridge in
The Boyne City Commission voted 4-0 last night to have the city’s enormous antique 1904 clock examined by experts for nearly $4,000.
The public is invited to learn more about the Parkview Apartments tax deal request and share their opinions on the matter.
BOYNE CITY FACILITIES UPDATE BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR The Boyne City facilities project—to be funded by a $7
Charlevoix County Prosecuting Attorney Allen Telgenhof filed papers last Friday afternoon, Nov. 20, in the Charlevoix County 33rd Circuit Court
The Moon is Full on the 25th, the day before Thanksgiving. By the way, the first ever photograph of a meteor was on Thanksgiving Day, 1885.
Happy Thanksgiving edition!
The Walkabout Sculpture Committee Photo Contest received 31 entries.
The culmination of many months of work on the future of Boyne City’s waterfront parks resulted in presentation of the consensus of citizens and other stakeholders at last week’s final Boyne on the Water meeting.
“These issues are increasing in frequency and severity.” —Charlevoix Area Hospital Director of Social Services Kris Hoeksema
City taxes, corporate subsidies and drones top some of the many recent votes made by your Charlevoix County state legislators.
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Just what does the Michigan State University Extension office do? The scope of their work
Parade volunteers wanted!
The Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners recently discussed funding options for repairs which need to be made to the Ironton Ferry, which was damaged by an automobile fire in recent months.
The Charlevoix Circle of Arts board of directors has chosen Gail DeMeyere as its first full-time executive director.
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