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This Is Why Dead Fish Are Popping Up All Over Michigan Beaches

For the past few weeks I've seen many groups on Facebook share photos of dead fish which are popping up all over Michigan beaches from Traverse City to the shores of Lake Michigan. Many people have been asking why there are so many of them, why they died and what can be done about them. The cause has been the biggest concern but it turns out it may be nothing more than a fish who isn't adapted to our waters making its way into our lakes, as one person suggested:
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The Special July Festival You’ll Want To Experience In Michigan

Michigan is the world’s leading producer of Montmorency tart cherries, growing 70 percent of the United States’ supply of them. Situated on Lake Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bay, Traverse City, known as the Cherry Capital of the World, presents the National Cherry Festival. You’ll find sweet and fresh...
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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.
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Traverse City Commissioners Pass Rec Weed, Allow for 24 Businesses

Recreational Marijuana is on its way to Traverse City. Late Monday evening Traverse City Commissioners voted to allow recreational marijuana businesses to operate within city limits. Commissioners decided to allow 24 recreational businesses, including the medical businesses already operating to operate within city limits. House of Dank’s CCO, Mike DiLaura,...
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Manistee ISD to host blood drive in memory of Brian Slawinski

MANISTEE — The Manistee Intermediate School District will host a blood drive in memory of Brian Slawinski, a paraprofessional who died last year of leukemia. The blood drive is slated to run from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday. The drive will be held in Conference Room A at 772 E. Parkdale Ave. in Manistee.
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Traverse City Outlines Restrictions, Timeline for Recreational Marijuana

Traverse City Commissioners have approved a plan to allow recreational marijuana sales within the city limits. Commissioners approved the guidelines in a late-night Monday meeting that went until almost midnight. City Clerk Benjamin Marentette says, “It’s been a long time coming. The city commission, some time ago, almost two years...
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2022 Sara Hardy Humanitarian Award Honoree

Human Rights Commission will Present Award on June 6, 2022. The City of Traverse City’s Human Rights Commission has honored Courtney Wiggins with the 2022 Sara Hardy Humanitarian Award. Wiggins is Co-founder of Northern Michigan E3, a local non-profit devoted to celebrating and welcoming diversity and equality for all residents and visitors to Northern Michigan.
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TC City Commission approves adult use cannabis ordinance

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- City Commission approved the adult use cannabis licensing and zoning ordinance for Traverse City on May 16. The ordinance includes an overlay district of subareas throughout the City, which prescribes a maximum number of licenses in each subarea. The maximum number of retail licenses,...
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Looking Back for May 17: More than 200 Martin Marietta workers walked off the job

City of Manistee officials will play host to dignitaries and officials from the Sault Ste. Marie this year in the annual Mayor Exchange program. Sault Ste. Marie Mayor Anthony Bosbous and his contingent from Sault Ste. Marie will be arriving in Manistee on the evening of May 29. Although they will be in town that day, the real activities will be taking place the following day.
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