According to a Tuesday Oct. 26 press release from the Charlevoix Count Prosecuting Attorney, lawyers Bay Township murder suspect Matthew
Charlevoix County Sheriff Don Schneider is pleased to announce a new Deputy has been assigned to the sheriff’s office.
Late this afternoon—Monday Oct. 26—a Charlevoix County jury found Daniel Joseph Guy, 51, of Boyne Falls guilty of the manufacture
By Benjamin J. Gohs, Editor Charlevoix County Commissioners are angry, frustrated and embarrassed that it’s been nearly a decade without
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Renovation continues on the Boyne City Train Depot as owners Sara and Tim Manchester
Sheriff Don Schneider reports that the Charlevoix County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a suspect in the animal cruelty case where
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR A good piece of news for taxpayers went veritably unnoticed this fall when
City of East Jordan announces State of the Community The East Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the State
BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR The murky St. James Township sewer fund record-keeping mess became clearer this week as investigation
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Boyne City officials are considering whether the owners of Parkview Apartments in Boyne City
A second cleanup day has been scheduled to remove the woodchips, some containing arsenic which seeped from the treated lumber
The Zombies are coming this Sunday to benefit the Boyne City High School Blaze Robotics Team. The Zombie Mountain Attack is
Dozens of residents and public officials turned out on Saturday Oct. 17 to help remove the arsenic contaminated woodchips from
Following is a roundup by MichiganVotes.org concerning recent votes made by Michigan 105th District Representative Triston Cole (R-Mancelona) and 37th
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR An embarrassment of riches in a golden era might be cliché but it describes
Boyne City Gazette reader Harry “Hap” Wright submitted these photos of the first snow of the season on Saturday Oct.
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR A beloved mother and grandmother dies, services are held, donations given in her honor
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