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Cheboygan’s Libby’s Café in Overdrive
If the food and service are good, restaurants can thrive in most any location. But in an auto dealership? Well, yes. At Fernelius Toyota and Chrysler in Cheboygan, that’s exactly where you’ll find Libby’s Café.
Helping out the Humane Society
CHEBOYGAN — Students in Scott Weston's Special Needs Multi-Classroom at Cheboygan Intermediate School recently held a supply drive for the Cheboygan County Humane Society, presenting those items to Dawn Drolshagen of the Humane Society Tuesday morning.
Family Christmas tree farm's Livonia lot a holiday tradition for 50 years
LIVONIA, Mich. (FOX 2) - For Fred Stempky, Christmas comes every day - and has his entire life. "I cut them all myself," he said. "It's a family thing." His father, Stanley, started a Christmas tree farm in Cheboygan, Michigan, back in 1951.
A submerged oil pipeline triggers a winter of frigid protest
LEVERING, Mich. —By midafternoon the snow had picked up — tiny, innocuous flecks becoming heavy, wet drops — but no one at Camp Anishinaabek seemed to notice. There were logs to split and shelters to insulate. A supply tent was still down after collapsing two weeks earlier during a storm.
12/13/18 high school basketball scoreboard
BOYS PREP BASKETBALL(equals) Ann Arbor Greenhills 54, Ann Arbor Rudolf Steiner 25. GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL(equals) Ann Arbor Rudolf Steiner 40, Ann Arbor Greenhills 23. Southfield Christian 43, Dearborn Heights Star International 14.
Our ten favorite Michigan books for 2018
We partnered with independent bookstore Mclean & Eakin in Petoskey to come up with a list of ten great books that have a Michigan connection for 2018. The bookstore, a gem of a spot located right downtown, has a special area just for books about Michigan or written by Michigan authors. They also hav
What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?
For many, going out on the town is the only way to rig in the New Year. Champagne at midnight, party favors, music, maybe even fireworks. So where to go and what exactly to do? We gathered some unique options from across the region.
Petoskey Pretzel Co.'s Soft Pretzel
This time of year makes everyone want to be a kid again. And the kid inside each one of us wants to eat a large hot pretzel RIGHT NOW. Girl, you know it’s true. Head over to Petoskey Pretzel and treat yourself to a warm, freshly baked, straight-out-of-the-oven soft pretzel. Watch as the dough is twi
Body of missing Lansing Township man found in southwest Michigan
LANSING TWP. - Police have recovered the body of a Lansing Township man who went missing more than a year ago. Jerome Deshaun Ezell, 27, was last seen on the morning of Nov. 7, 2017. His sport-utility vehicle was found later that day near Fairview Park in the Groesbeck Neighborhood, with his 5-month
90 year old Michigan man brings Christmas to wife's nursing home as Santa
CHARLOTTE, Mich. (AP) (12/16/18) - A 90-year-old Michigan man dressed up as Santa and brought Christmas to a local nursing home so his wife could celebrate the holidays. The Lansing State Journal reports that Don West sang carols as a guitarist strummed along during a holiday party at Golden Days II
REPORT: Top Michigan football recruit Kalen DeLoach makes final decision
According to reports, one of the Michigan Wolverines‘ top recruits has made his final decision. According to 247 Sports, 4-star LB Kalen DeLoach will sign with Florida State (over Michigan and Auburn) on Wednesday.
NCMC adds mini wastewater treatment plant
North Central Michigan College recently installed a small-scale waste-water treatment unit in the residence hall on the Petoskey campus. Working in partnership with SludgeHammer Group, Ltd., and the Little Traverse Bay Protection & Restoration Fund of the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Found
Michigan man celebrates Christmas with wife in nursing home
(WJBK) - CHARLOTTE, Mich. (AP) -- A 90-year-old Michigan man dressed up as Santa and brought Christmas to a local nursing home so his wife could celebrate the holidays. The Lansing State Journal reports that Don West sang carols as a guitarist strummed along during a holiday party at Golden Days II
Bill would help boost abysmal recycling rate in Michigan
This fall, the Michigan Senate introduced legislation that would establish a funding mechanism for recycling. For a group of national and local businesses, organizations and communities — the Pro-Recycling Michigan Business Alliance — Senate, House and gubernatorial approval of this funding legislat
Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra Performs Messiah in Petoskey, a Holiday Tradition
Each year the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra and Chorus perform Handel’s Messiah at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Petoskey. That holds true this year, but with a caveat: while the group is still performing the Messiah at St. Francis, it is also doing one show at the Great Lakes Center for the
Turnovers plague Chiefs in road loss to Alpena
ALPENA — Turnovers ended up hurting the Cheboygan varsity boys basketball team in an 80-45 non-conference loss at Alpena on Tuesday. The Chiefs (0-5) committed 30 turnovers while Alpena — led by a game-high 21 points from Chris DeRocher — took advantage throughout the night.
Clarissa “Jean” Cole
, 88, died Thursday, December 6, 2018 at Monticello House Care Facility in Jackson, Missouri. Born in Onaway March 23, 1930, Jean was the daughter of Virgil and Amy (Jasman) McClary. She married Douglas C. Cole July 10, 1948 and they made their home and raised their family in Onaway.
Alpena goes (4-0) after taking down Cheboygan
ALPENA, MI — The Alpena Wildcats hosted the Cheboygan Chiefs on Tuesday and they looked to keep their undefeated streak alive. Chris DeRocher scored 13 points in the first quarter which helped the green and white get out to an early 20-10 lead.
Create Farm-to-Door Wreaths with Kalin Sheick of Sweetwater Floral
Welcome friends with a farm-to-door wreath. Petoskey floral designer Kalin Sheick of Sweetwater Floral shows us how. This story is featured in the December 2018 issue of Traverse Magazine. Get your copy.
Rams boys off to good start
Harbor’s Jeremy Kloss (2) drives to the baseline during the first quarter of the Rams home opener against Pellston. (File Photo) The Harbor Springs Rams boys basketball team beat Traverse City Christian on the road, Dec. 7 by a score of 68- 60. Ju...