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Comet teams lead way at Mackinaw Club Invitational

MACKINAW CITY – Despite not having big numbers, the Mackinaw City cross country teams have major goals this fall.   Like winning conference championships … multiple conference championships.   But for now, the Comets just want to keep building for those crucial meets by improving against quality competition at their other events.   ...
MACKINAW CITY, MI
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Kendall Stanley: Changes in the neighborhood

I was checking out the progress of our street project and the home addition across the way the other evening when fellow News-Review columnist Jerry Donnelly strolled up with his wife as they were checking on the old neighborhood. My how things have changed!. Only two other homes in our...
PETOSKEY, MI
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Inside The Kitchen at Dam Site Inn in Pellston

“This is our this is what we’re famous for, it’s our pan fried chicken, which we cooked to order,” said the owner of Dam Site Inn, Steven Brinks. The recipe for this chicken has been around for nearly seven decades, and hasn’t changed one bit, as Dam Site Inn is celebrates its 69th season.
PELLSTON, MI

Postula voted Daily Tribune’s Week 5 Athlete of the Week

For the first time this fall, a non-Cheboygan/Inland Lakes High School athlete has been voted the Daily Tribune’s Athlete of the Week. That athlete is Mackinaw City volleyball player Marlie Postula, who was voted the Week 5 Athlete of the Week after earning 37.5 percent of the vote. In what was a tight race throughout the week, Postula earned enough votes in a late Thursday surge to beat out Cheboygan junior football player Jacob Seaman, who recorded 31.74 percent of the vote.
CHEBOYGAN, MI
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Native Americans in Harbor Springs Hold Vigil for Orange Shirt Day

People across North America Friday were recognizing Truth and Reconciliation Day, otherwise known as Orange Shirt Day. Orange Shirt Day promotes awareness about the effects Indian Boarding Schools have had on Native American communities. Many Native American children were forced to attend boarding schools where students were assimilated from their culture and even abused. These schools were all across North America including in Harbor Springs, which held the last Indian Boarding School to be closed in 1987.
HARBOR SPRINGS, MI
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Annual Harvest Festival

For registered campers & their guests only. Decorate your camp site & enjoy a pumpkin decorating contest, costume contest, & kids crafts. 231-625-2522.
CHEBOYGAN, MI

Vanderbilt, September 30 High School 🏐 Game Notice

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Mackinac Bridge Authority opposes effort to let farm equipment cross

MACKINAW CITY, Mich. (WJRT) - The Mackinac Bridge Authority has come out against a bill that would allow farmers to drive their equipment across the bridge between Michigan's two peninsulas. Senate Bills 1014 and 1078 would change Michigan's vehicle codes to allow farm equipment on the Mackinac Bridge. Farmers currently...
MACKINAW CITY, MI

Cadillac Holds off Petoskey to Claim BNC Title

PETOSKEY – Cadillac captured the Big North Conference championship in outright fashion with a 28-19 win over Petoskey on Friday. The Vikings (4-2, 3-0) took a 21-13 lead to the fourth quarter. Petoskey (2-4, 1-2) welcomes in Kingsford next Friday while Cadillac travels to Belding.
CADILLAC, MI
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Emmet County Commissioners Weigh Options on Public Transit

After years of consideration, Emmet County commissioners met Thursday evening to discuss the possibility of adding public transportation to the county. Public comment went back and forth Thursday night, lasting over an hour. Some said public transit is a must, while those opposed are concerned about higher taxes that could come. County Commissioner Charlie MacInnis says public transit in Emmet County has been debated for years.
EMMET COUNTY, MI

Samyn: Considering a hip or knee replacement? Read on!

Total knee and hip replacements are among the most common orthopedic surgeries performed in the United States. Each year, over 7 million of these procedures are performed between these two joints, mostly in the 50 and older age population. As technologies and techniques have improved, and as our population ages, that number is expected to grow.
PETOSKEY, MI
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