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After a particularly challenging winter, spring is a welcome presence. It is the perfect time to do some planting. Growing plants indoors is great preparation... [Read More]
Every season has its own set of sounds. Summer has flip flops smacking the undersides of feet and waves crashing on the sand. Fall has... [Read More]
Emmet County... [Read More]
Larry Valot, 71 Larry C. Valot, 71, of Carp Lake, passed away Sunday, March 17, 2019 at McLaren Northern Michigan in Petoskey. A lifelong resident... [Read More]
The No. 6 St. Mary girls basketball team faced Fowler in the Division 4 quarterfinal Tuesday, March 19, at Clare. Photos by Brandon Folsom/Herald Times. [Read More]
Six Petoskey wrestlers earned All-Big North Conference honors following a solid season on the mat this year. [Read More]
Mackinaw City's girls basketball team had its best season in school history and now has the postseason recognition to add to the successful year. [Read More]
Now that the boys basketball season is behind us, the awards for successful seasons are beginning to come in. [Read More]
Visitors to downtown will see some Charlevoix history displayed throughout popular walking locations around town. [Read More]
The employment contract for Harbor Springs' new city manager received city council members' approval during their meeting on Monday. [Read More]
Petoskey City Council members approved a bid Monday night for the upcoming Bayfront Park Stair tower project. [Read More]
The Michigan Department of Transportation will offer details on an upcoming resurfacing project along M-75 in the Boyne City area during an informational meeting this... [Read More]
The AuSable Artisan Village (AAV) welcomes new artist Gary Anthony, a coppersmith and jeweler from Roscommon. [Read More]
Headwaters Land Conservancy brought snowshoes ranging in size from toddler through adult to Vanderbilt Area School for students to wear and explore the school's forested... [Read More]
Rep. Bergman does care and voted as he should have... [Read More]
Over 20 hours of jury deliberation resulted in De'Marco Pryor-McCovery being found guilty of first-degree child abuse the afternoon of Monday, March 18, according to... [Read More]
To the editor:... [Read More]
At a recent gathering of friends, I listened to them talk about what they were reading. Titles and authors, summaries and opinions, the good and... [Read More]
Immense potential lurks within each of us waiting to be used for the glory of God and the good of others. [Read More]
Tip of the Mitt SCORE is working closely with The Otsego County Economic Alliance, the Gaylord Area Chamber of Commerce, the Gaylord Area Convention and... [Read More]
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