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BOYNE CITY — He’s known as the morel mushroom expert. In 1984, Tony Williams of Boyne City won the National Morel Mushroom Festival hunt with 796 mushrooms over two 90-minute morel hunts. Williams, who still enjoys his time out in the...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. In case you missed it yesterday, the House Appropriations Committee got the next set of budget dominoes in line as it voted, along party lines, to send the $27.65 billion budget plan approved by the......
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky’s national championship has more memories than even the most die-hard UK fan will ever be able to remember. This team’s “will to win” was tested numerous time, but 38 of 40 games the Wildcats prevailed and did what they...
One of the best jazz re-issues from last year was Columbia/Legacy's Live in Europe 1967, a 3-CD/DVD package that captured Miles Davis' Second Great Quintet — Davis, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter and...
Contributing WriterEditor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series of the history of Danville Country Club. The first part covered the history of the club. The Danville Country Club members have enjoyed a new, modern clubhouse since it opened in 1998. The...
Pop & HissThe musician/DJ favors Miles Davis, Vum, Le Butcherettes and Boris....
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Tuesday Morning Fellow Seekers. It's Super Tuesday! It's that magical day where voters in states where you don't live will head to the polls to determine the fate of the Western World. Or, at minimum, prolong the agony that......
Columbia/Legacy's new 3-CD/DVD package captures Miles Davis' Second Great Quintet — Davis (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass) and Tony Williams (drums) —- at the pinnacle of its telepathic, free-...
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BOYNE CITY — Members of the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce recently elected four local businesspeople to serve three-year terms on the chamber’s board of directors. Ed Grice of Boyne Mountain Resort, the only incumbent board member among this...
For the third time in a dozen years, a Baltimore jury has convicted Tony Williams in the 1998 shooting death of his fiancee, finding him guilty of first-degree murder and using a handgun in a crime of violence. But no one can say yet whether the ruling,...
The Back Porch Coffeehouse music series, originally located in Ellsworth, has moved to a new venue and new town. The monthly concert and jam session will now take place at the Charlevoix Senior Center. Saturday, Nov. 12, will mark the start of the...
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