BY CHARLEVOIX COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ALLEN TELGENHOF Recently, President Obama spoke to the NAACP about what he and others have
By Benjamin J. Gohs, Editor You’ve probably never heard of screenwriter Don Holley. But, chances are you’ve seen his cult
Boyne City Commission Candidate Forum — 6:30 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 8, at Boyne District Library 201 East Main St.
Peace at the idyllic community of Villa de Charlevoix, in Charlevoix County’s Bay Township, was fractured last week when the
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Boyne City will attempt to salvage its toxic playground … but, officials need your
The Health Department of Northwest Michigan is offering immunization clinics throughout the region to help local communities prepare for this
The Boyne City Gazette College Sports Digest is a unique, twice-monthly article highlighting the sporting endeavors of students who have
BY BENJAMIN GOHS & CHRIS FAULKNOR In his poem Hallowed Ground, Thomas Campbell wrote, “To live in hearts we leave behind
Anne Heier RN is a Child Life Specialist in the Pediatric Department of McLaren Northern, a position funded through the
Michigan rattler (Easter Massasauga Rattlesnake) population dwindling U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes to List Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake as Threatened
With the start of the new school year rapidly approaching, the Char-Em United Way Literacy corps will soon be getting
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Former Charlevoix County Commissioner Richard Gillespie is suing St. James Township and board member
The Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) have announced 37th District Michigan State Sen. Wayne Schmidt (R-Traverse City) as its 2015 Legislator
BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, NEWS EDITOR Main Street officials hope to immortalize the area’s timber era history with a $50,000
Vaudeville variety show duo “Kamikaze Fireflies” opens CTAC’s 2015-2016 Performing Arts Series with a 6:30 p.m. performance on Thursday, Oct.
People Fund grant awarded for Boyne pavilion project A $10,000 Great Lakes Energy People Fund grant is among the contributions
Peters, Stabenow Introduce Bill to Protect Great Lakes From Oil Spills, Improve Pipeline Safety Legislation Bans Shipping of Crude Oil
By Benjamin J. Gohs, Editor & Chris Faulknor, Publisher A day after Enbridge and nearly a dozen governmental agencies performed
Citizens in Ellsworth are enjoying a new public park following a successful crowdfunding campaign This August, the Ellsworth community set
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