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Dining Al Fresco: Best Petoskey Region Outdoor Dining Spots

Longing for a leisurely lunch with a lovely view? Take a table outside at one of these amazing restaurants that offer outdoor dining this summer in Northern Michigan, from Petoskey to Mackinac Island. This article was first featured in the 2022 MyNorth Vacation Guide. Download the guide for free and...
PETOSKEY, MI
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Petoskey school board approves superintendent contract with Wilcox

PETOSKEY — The Public Schools of Petoskey Board of Education officially locked in their temporary choice for the district's top job during its May 13 meeting, unanimously approving a contract with Sheridan Middle School Principal Jon Wilcox through June 30.  Wilcox is replacing former superintendent Chris Parker, who resigned earlier this month amid a flurry...
PETOSKEY, MI
ClickOnDetroit.com

Here’s a fun getaway just a short drive away

Over the Memorial Day weekend, more than a million people in Michigan will travel, and even more plan to get away during the rest of the summer. And you don’t have to travel far to get away from it all and have a great family vacation right here in Michigan!
GAYLORD, MI
My North.com

How Petoskey’s City Park Grill is Celebrating 25 Years

This is an official press release brought to you by MyNorth News Service and City Park Grill. City Park Grill is housed in one of Petoskey’s oldest buildings, originally constructed in 1875. McCarty Hall, as it was then known, was a males-only billiard parlor that offered cigars and “intoxicating beverages.”
PETOSKEY, MI
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Gaylord softball takes two from TC Central

TRAVERSE CITY -- The Gaylord Blue Devil softball program is as strong as ever and that includes its impressive run to the state semifinals a year ago. The Blue Devils returned everyone from last year's squad and that was on display Tuesday against Traverse City Central in the Big North Conference.
GAYLORD, MI
traverseticker.com

Traverse City Horse Shows Issues Statement Regarding Summer 2022 Season

Traverse City Horse Shows (TCHS) issued a public statement on Monday afternoon regarding its upcoming summer event slate. The statement was a response to Acme Township’s recent announcement that TCHS would face suspension of its newly-granted special use permit if it fails to resolve a number of conditions laid forth by the township. Were the permit to be suspended, TCHS would effectively be required to cancel its summer 2022 season.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI
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Native American art exhibition comes to MSU

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - A Native American artwork exhibition will open at the Michigan State University Museum on West Circle Drive. It comes just in time for International Museum Day on Wednesday, May 18. The exhibit is called: “Kindred: Traditional Arts of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa...
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Wildlife returning to scene of Northern Michigan forest fire

NORTHERN MICHIGAN (WJRT) - Anyone driving around the scene of the 2,500-acre Blue Lakes Fire in Northern Michigan is asked to watch for increased movement of wildlife. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says elk, deer, porcupines, turkeys and a scarlet tanager that fled the flames in Montmorency and Cheboygan counties late last week are returning to their habitat.
CHEBOYGAN, MI

Otsego County commissioner says holding office is still a public service after 42 years

GAYLORD — The Michigan Association of Counties has recognized Otsego County Commissioner Douglas Johnson of District VII as the longest consecutively serving commissioner in the state. Now entering his 42nd year of service, Johnson began his duties in January 1981.  Johnson was four years into running his father’s company, Mid-North Printing in Gaylord, when he decided...
OTSEGO COUNTY, MI
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Community mourning long-time coach, teacher, volunteer Donald Glowicki

ANTRIM COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- The Elk Rapids community is mourning the loss of Donald Glowicki, also known as "Coach". Glowicki, 92, died at his Elk Rapids home May 11. Don Glowicki started coaching at Elk Rapids High School in 1959 and remained their football coach until 1982. Glowicki was...
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Opinion: Peninsula Farmers Would Be Plowed Under by New Ordinance

I am part of a loose-knit group of Old Mission Peninsula farmers called Protect the Peninsula Farmers LLC. The recommendations developed by the Township-sponsored Citizens Agricultural Advisory Committee would actually negatively impact farmers, whether grape growers or otherwise. While I recognize the efforts put in by the agricultural committee, when...
OLD MISSION, MI
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