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Nicholas George, 15, of Oden has earned the highest advancement the Boy Scouts of America offers, the Eagle Scout award. A court of honor to celebrate his achievement took place Saturday, Jan. 16, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Petoskey....
Branford Marsalis, a Grammy-award winning saxophonist, doesn't like to be fenced in. He's played with jazzy rock bands, the New York Philharmonic and his own experimental funk ensemble, Buckshot LeFonque. Although he's not a staunch traditionalist like...
Since the end of January, three bills have been introduced to garner funding for the dredging of Lake Michigan harbors. The first bill, House Bill 4106, would allow funds to be diverted from the Natural Resources Trust Fund and used for dredging in...
Michigan still has an image problem. The Great Lakes State, while showing some fresh green buds on its thawing economy, is still a long way from being out of the dark. The city of Detroit is still flirting with bankruptcy and unemployment is still higher...
Petoskey Boy Scout Michael Sullivan recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and was honored with a special tribute signed by Gov. Rick Snyder as well as by Sen. Howard Walker and Rep. Frank Foster. The honor was bestowed on Mike at a recent Emmet County...
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LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder delivered an uncharacteristically forceful third State of the State address Wednesday night calling on Michigan lawmakers to be bold and approve more than $1 billion in new revenue for roads in Michigan. The governor...
PETOSKEY -- While two of Northern Michigan's state legislators had supported a bill that would allow concealed carrying of weapons in churches, schools and day care centers, both were understanding of Gov. Rick Snyder's veto of it on Tuesday. The...
Staff WriterCarrying concealed weapons into schools, churches and stadiums is against the law in Michigan, but it might not be for much longer. Lawmakers in both the House and Senate approved Senate Bill 59 to allow concealed weapons in several gun-free zones...
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There was no shortage of news in 2012 for the region, in government or new developments. Projects such as a $150 million wind turbine farm and a multi-million dollar casino could be not far off for Northwest Michigan in 2013, following the beginnings of...
Staff WriterLegislation making the gray wolf in Michigan a game animal passed Thursday in the Michigan House on a 66-43 vote. Gray wolves were removed from the endangered species list in 2011. That same year, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources estimated...
Staff WriterProtecting diverse ecosystems like wetlands and struggling species such as the piping plover through habitat management has been a priority for Michigan for more than 100 years. Now, sweeping legislation headed to Michigan House could take away the DNR's...
Staff WriterGov. Rick Snyder was right on one thing, right-to-work is a divisive issue. Thousands crowded the Capitol Tuesday to be heard on the law that makes it illegal for union membership to be required as a condition of employment. Pro-union groups staged...
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